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Far East Movement’s ‘Like A G6’ Remixed by ZIGGY: DJcity Exclusive


Dutch DJ/producer ZIGGY is back with a flip of Far East Movement‘s 2010 hit “Like A G6.” The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

The track, which featured Dev and The Cataracs, reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100. Since its release, it has been certified four-times platinum by the RIAA.

“‘G6’ has been a little forgotten over the years and it reminded me how I was partying to this track,” ZIGGY says. “I dropped the original a while back ago and people were going bonkers! That’s the moment I knew I had to remix this one.”

Preview the remix below and download the track only on DJcity.

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Far East Movement Selects Tracks for DJcity’s Spotify Playlist

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Far East Movement at the Bacardi Enchanted Valley Carnival in India. (Photo source: Facebook)

Los Angeles trio Far East Movement has given us their picks for this week’s Spotify playlist update. Among their selections are “Nova,” a dubstep-infused collaboration by Canadian producer Inf1n1te and Konus, and the trap single “Countless” by Las Vegas-based producer Lemay and rapper Krime Fyter.

Far East Movement’s picks:

Far East Movement & Marshmello ft. Chanyeol & Tinashe – Freal Luv
Inf1n1te & Konus – Nova
Lemay ft. Krime Fyter – Countless

DJcity’s picks:

Galantis – Hunter
Sean Paul ft. Migos – Body
Skrillex & Habstrakt – Chicken Soup
ZHU – Intoxicate

Check out the playlist below or within Spotify (search for “DJcity Essentials“).

Related: Joel Fletcher Selects Tracks for DJcity’s Spotify Playlist

Kronic, Far East Movement, and Savage’s ‘Push’ Featured in ‘The Fate of the Furious’ Trailer

Kronic, Far East Movement, and Savage's ‘Push’ Featured in 'The Fate of the Furious' Trailer

Kronic, Far East Movement, and Savage’s trap single “Push” has been featured in the trailer for the movie, The Fate of the Furious. It was premiered during the Super Bowl on Sunday.

Released in 2015, “Push” became one of DJcity’s most downloaded tracks of October of that year. It has since received over one million combined streams.

The Fate of the Furious is the eighth installment in The Fast and the Furious franchise. It will hit theaters on April 14.

Watch the trailer above and download the track on DJcity.

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Far East Movement Teams with Marshmello for New Track ‘Freal Luv’ Ft. Tinashe and Chanyeol

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Far East Movement has joined forces with DJ/producer Marshmello for a new single called “Freal Luv.” The track, which features Tinashe and K-pop rapper Chanyeol, is set to appear on FM’s upcoming album Identity.

Identity is a Far East Movement, in a sense, bridging artists from the east with artists from the west while fusing different genres we love,” the group told Billboard.

Watch the video above and download “Freal Luv” on DJcity.

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Kronic, Far East Movement, and Savage Release ‘Push’

Kronic performs at Electro Circus festival in Sydney, Australia. (via Facebook)
In 2013, Australian DJ/producer Kronic dropped a remix of Far East Movement and Riff Raff’s anthem, “The Illest.” Now, two years later, Kronic has joined forces with the Los Angeles group and New Zealand rapper Savage for a trap banger called “Push.”
Set to release via Ministry of Sound Australia, the 64 BPM single has all the necessary ingredients for a festival and club anthem: hard-hitting drums, blistering synths, and high-energy vocals.
Stream “Push” below and download it on DJcity.
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Far East Movement Returns with New EP, ‘K-Town Riot’

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In 2010, electro-rap group Far East Movement broke into the mainstream with their platinum-selling “Like a G6” — the first-ever Billboard Hot 100 #1 by Asian-American artists. Proving not to be a one-hit wonder, the group continued their success with a follow-up album titled, Dirty Bass, which spawned four top 10 pop singles.
Now, the Los Angeles-based quartet is re-discovering their hometown roots with K-Town Riot — a new EP featuring rappers YG and Schoolboy Q and EDM heavyweight Sidney Samson. Although much of FM’s success has stemmed from a pan-global sound, the quintet’s latest project is inspired by Los Angeles’ diverse culture and the infamous 1992 riots which shaped the Koreatown community and the city as a whole.

“We want this EP to shine a light and soundtrack on the city. You don’t have to be Korean to be down . . . We kept the hard bass we’re known for and partnered with homies from all over the world to make music that neither of us are known for.” — FM’s Kev Nish

FM has also released a mini-documentary about the riots. The four-and-a-half-minute video features first-hand accounts, including commentary from celebrity chef Roy Choi:

The Illest Remix feat. Schoolboy Q
Bang It To the Curb feat. Sidney Samson
Grimey Thirsty feat. YG
Level (Palm Trees) feat. La’Reda & Sha Sha Jones
Up To No Good feat. Adrian Delgado
Related: FM & Sidney Samson Drop ‘Bang It to the Curb’ Video