Trayze Remixes Bubba Sparxxx’s ‘Ms. New Booty’: DJcity Premiere

Washington, DC-based DJ/producer Trayze has flipped Bubba Sparxxx‘s 2005 hit, “Ms. New Booty” featuring Ying Yang Twins and Mr. Collipark. The track peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100, giving Bubba his highest-charting single to date on that chart.

Regarding the remix, Trayze says, “the original Mr. Collipark production slaps, but the song didn’t have a melody or bass, and I felt the harder hitting 808s and kicks would help freshen up the song. It’s ready for summer dance floors now!”

Download Trayze’s “Ms. New Booty” remix exclusively on DJcity here.

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Trayze and Lincoln Baio Remix Timbaland’s ‘Carry Out’ Feat. Justin Timberlake: DJcity Exclusive

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Washington, DC-based DJ/producer Trayze and Toronto’s Lincoln Baio have linked up again, this time remixing Timbaland and Justin Timberlake‘s 2009 collaboration “Carry Out” exclusively for DJcity.

As the third single released from Timbaland’s 2009 album Shock Value II, “Carry Out” helped the project reach the top 10 in both the United States and Europe. This version takes the original in a more soulful, lounge-ready direction.

“It’s been over 10 years since ‘Carry Out’ hit the clubs,” Trayze says. “[Lincoln and I] thought it was ready for a slow-bounce type of treatment.”

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Trayze and Lincoln Baio Remix Drake’s ‘Laugh Now Cry Later’ Feat. Lil Durk: DJcity Exclusive

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Washington, DC-based DJ/producer Trayze and Toronto’s Lincoln Baio have flipped Drake and Lil Durk‘s recent collaboration “Laugh Now, Cry Later” exclusively for DJcity.

The original is a soulful, horn-laden trap heater. This version picks up the pace and pushes the horn melody to give the track a classic house vibe.

“We wanted to create something that didn’t already exist heavily in the [DJcity] catalog,” Trayze notes. Baio adds, “The creative process flowed without judgment, and the track has our similar ‘bounce’.”

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Jerome Baker III and Trayze Question Whether DJs Should Be Working So Soon

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DC-based DJ Jerome Baker III and former Red Bull 3Style US champion Trayze joined the R.O.A.D. Podcast this week. The crew discussed the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in certain cities after reopening and debated if it is responsible for DJs to be going back to work so soon.

The fellas also explained the importance of saving money before each election year and broke down how DJs could file for unemployment.

Watch an excerpt above and the full episode here.

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Trayze Drops Cardi B and Bruno Mars ‘Please Me’ Blend: DJcity Exclusive


Trayze at Inside Club in Guangzhou, China. (Source: Facebook)

Following his popular blend pack in January, DJ/producer Trayze has returned with a new exclusive for DJcity. This time, the Washington, D.C. native blends the acapella of Cardi B and Bruno Mars‘ “Please Me” with the instrumental of Ghost Town DJ‘s’ “My Boo.”

“Please Me” is currently No. 6 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, having peaked at 3. It was produced by the Grammy-winning team The Stereotypes, which produced the duo’s previous collab, “Finesse Remix.”

Ghost Town DJ’s’ Miami bass-influenced anthem “My Boo” was released in 1995 and remains a staple throwback.

Watch Trayze perform the blend below and download the blend only on DJcity.

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Watch Trayze Perform Live Remix With Roland TR-08 and Serato DJ Pro TR-SYNC


Trayze has dropped a live remix of the classic house track “Percolator,” along with a breakdown of his equipment setup. In the routine, he uses Serato DJ Pro’s recently added TR-SYNC feature with a Roland TR-08 drum machine.

After the performance, Trayze shows how he combines the TR-08 with his turntable setup and Serato DJ Pro. Using the TR-SYNC feature, he is able to match the BPM of the track with that of the drum machine.

Formerly known as Cajmere, Green Velvet‘s Chicago house anthem “Percolator” has been a staple for dance music DJs since its release in 1992.

Watch Trayze’s routine above.

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