Swiss DJ/production duo Scissors pairs with Los Angeles’ Tall Boys and vocalist Cam for an update of Bob Sinclar and Steve Edwards‘ 2006 hit “World Hold On.” The DJcity Records release replaces the trance-style house vibes with a much deeper flavor.
Scissors excels at refreshing classic hits with new, bass-heavy energy. Most recently, for DJcity, they remixed Madonna‘s 2008 smash “4 Minutes. The Tall Boys have been DJcity exclusive remixers for years and are regulars on DJcity’s Most Downloaded Tracks chart.
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Manchester-based DJ/producer Safety First! pairs with Dutch vocalist Contrass for an update of The Outhere Brothers‘ 1995 hit “Boom Boom Boom.” The DJcity Records release replaces the thumping, rave-ready vibes of the original with a modern, Dutch house feel.
“Boom Boom Boom” continues to showcase how well Safety First! adapts classic styles to current dancefloors. His last release on DJcity Records, “Blue Monday,” was an energetic, contemporary rework of New Order’s 1982 synth-pop hit.
Stream “Boom Boom Boom” below and download it on DJcity.
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Norwegian producer, Nelsaan, has dropped a contemporary rework of Kanye West’s 2008 smash, “Love Lockdown.” This DJcity Records release incorporates lush guitar leads and summery feel-good vocals over smooth house production.
Preview “Love Lockdown” below and download it on DJcity.
UK DJ/producer Safety First! has dropped a synthpop-influenced house single titled “Blue Monday” featuring Australian DJ/producer G-Wizard. The track interpolates New Order’s 1982 synth-pop hit of the same name.
Based in Manchester, Safety First! has performed at high profile venues and events across Europe. His tracks have received support on top UK radio stations such as KISS FM, Capital FM, and BBC Radio 1Xtra.
“Boy Bye” is the second release on DJcity Records, which launched in March. The label’s first release, DJ Serg‘s “Samba” featuring Skales, peaked at No. 1 on DJcity’s record pool and currently has over 145,000 streams on Spotify.
Stream “Boy Bye” below and download it first on DJcity.
DJ Serg in the mix (Credit: Mucki)
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.
Stream “Samba” below and download it on DJcity.
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