Serg had a series of successful DJcity exclusives in 2018. His flip of Beyonce‘s “Crazy in Love” became DJcity’s 6th most downloaded remix of the year and his reworks of Tyga‘s “SWISH” and Jennifer Lopez‘s “Get Right” appeared on DJcity’s monthly Top 50 chart.
After proving himself as a remixer, Serg looks to take his career to the next level with his original, “Samba.” The track is the first release on the newly formed DJcity Records.
Up-and-coming Parisian DJ/producer Dee Mad has dropped a new instrumental reggaeton single titled, “Calibra.”
The track was released on Scorpio Beats, an imprint of France’s Scorpio Music. The latter was the label behind Willy William‘s “Voodoo Song,” which served as the basis for J Balvin and William’s smash, “Mi Gente.”
Sanchez has remixed for a wide variety of artists throughout the years, including Madonna, Shakira, Daft Punk, Gorillaz, Giorgio Moroder, and New Order. He recently reunited with his group The Smen, a collaboration with house legends Roger Sanchez and DJ Sneak.
Kennedy Jones at OV Club in Winnipeg, Canada. (Source: Facebook)
California DJ/producer Kennedy Jones has supercharged Post Malone‘s hit “Better Now” with a high-energy dubstep remix. Jones’ version combines sections of the original track with new build-ups and drops.
“Better Now” appears on Post’s second studio album, Beerbongs & Bentleys. It was DJcity’s ninth most downloaded track of May, and is currently No. 20 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, having peaked at 7.
Mix Master Mike with Cypress Hill at Kaya Fest in San Bernardino, CA. (Credit: privatefoto)
Not all party anthems last the test of time, but Beastie Boys‘ 1986 classic “No Sleep Till Brooklyn” is one of them. Produced by Rick Rubin, the track’s metal guitar riff, hard-hitting drums, and catchy hook are still heard in bars and clubs around the world.
Now, three decades later, turntablism legend and Beastie Boys DJ Mix Master Mike has flipped the track. “This remix is a valuable weapon in every DJ’s arsenal,” Mike tells us. “It’s stadium certified.”
Produced by Just Blaze, “Pump It Up” peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It is Budden’s most commercially successful single and is considered by some to be one of Blaze’s best productions.
MAK’s remix gives energy to an already energetic track, adding build-ups and flute-laden drops.
“‘Pump It Up’ was one of my favorite songs to play when I first started DJing,” MAK tells us. “I’m stoked to bring back this classic song!”
California bass man Kennedy Jones has served up a hard-hitting remix of Cardi B‘s new single “Bartier Cardi” featuring 21 Savage. His version combines elements of trap, dubstep, and hard style with Cardi and 21’s aggressive lyrics.