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ETX and Fresco Remix Los Angeles Azules’ ‘Como Te Voy A Olvidar’: DJcity Exclusive


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Texas-based DJs/producers ETX and Fresco have reunited for another remix exclusively on DJcity. This time around, the duo flips Los Angeles Azules’ 1996 cumbia hit “Como Te Voy A Olvidar.”

The band, which has been active since the 1980s, made its Billboard chart debut with the release of “Como Te Voy A Olvidar.” The track hit No. 5 on Billboard’s Regional Mexican Songs chart and No. 7 on both the Hot Latin Songs and Latin Airplay charts.

“My sets consist of a lot of Latin vibes and ‘Como Te Voy A Olvidar’ has always been a fixture in them,” Fresco says. “We wanted to elevate the momentum of the track so it can be dropped along with higher energy tracks.”

ETX continues, “The crowd response as soon as the accordion intro drops… is always exciting. We felt going with that accordion intro riff and chopping it up as a lead would really drive the energy at a higher BPM.”

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Wisin & Yandel’s ‘Dembow’ Remixed by Fresco: DJcity Exclusive


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Austin, Texas-based DJ/producer Fresco is back with a remix of another classic track. This time around, he’s delivered a high-energy flip of Wisin & Yandel‘s “Dembow.” The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

“Dembow is a certified perreo classic and has always been a go-to during Latin set stretches,” Fresco says. “I wanted to find a way to include it in moombahton sets at higher BPM ranges while maintaining aggressive energy. Giving it a moombahton overhaul at a higher BPM felt like the best way to go.”

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ETX and Fresco Remix Akon’s ‘Smack That’: DJcity Exclusive


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Texans unite as Dallas resident ETX and Austin’s Fresco join forces on this exclusive remix of Akon‘s 2006 single “Smack That.” To date, the hit song has sold 15 million-plus copies worldwide and reached #2 on America’s Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“ETX and I have been throwing ideas around for this remix for quite some time,” Fresco says. “The original song is a club classic, and we wanted to bring the energy much higher with a 4/4 beat while keeping some of the elements from the original. The result has a heavy tropical influence with a percussive drop that’s worked great on the dance floors.”

“’Smack That’ was a global success in its day,” ETX adds. “I felt it was time to give the track a fresh new sound. We wanted to raise the energy level with bigger drums which make it fit nicely in a club set.”

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Fresco Remixes Baby Bash and Frankie J’s ‘Suga Suga’: DJcity Exclusive


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Austin, Texas-based Fresco digs deep into the dembow and hyphy vibes to remix Baby Bash and Frankie J‘s 2003 hit “Suga Suga.” The pop tune gets some added low-end thump, transforming it into an early-to-peak hour groove.

“Suga Suga” was Baby Bash’s best-selling single, hitting the top ten in the US, Europe, and Asia. Its popularity extended over both 2003 and 2004, as it reached Billboard’s list of the hottest 100 songs for both years.

“The original is a great classic to end the night with,” Fresco says. “However, I wanted to find a way to give it more energy at a higher tempo without losing the vibe of the track. Remixing the track entirely instead of pitching up the BPM felt like the right way to go.”

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50 Cent’s ‘Just a Lil Bit’ Remixed by Fresco: DJcity Exclusive


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Texas-based DJ/producer Fresco is back with a remix of 50 Cent‘s 2005 hit, “Just A Lil Bit.” The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

The Scott Storch-produced track peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot 100. “Scott Storch’s production is legendary,” Fresco says, “and what appeals to me most is the Middle Eastern influence displayed in his work. ‘Just A Lil Bit’ has always been one of my favorite beats, so I wanted to add a bit more tempo and energy while staying true to the vibe.”

In July, Fresco and DJ Stressy dropped a remix of Chingy‘s “Right Thurr,” which hit No. 6 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.

Preview Fresco’s “Just A Lil Bit” remix below and download the track exclusively on DJcity.

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Chingy’s ‘Right Thurr’ Remixed by DJ Stressy and Fresco: DJcity Exclusive

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In May, Sweden’s DJ Stressy remixed an early-2000s hip-hop hit, Petey Pablo‘s “Freek-A-Leek.” Now, the Swedish DJ/producer has returned with a moombahton rework of another early-2000s hip-hop hit, Chingy‘s “Right Thurr.” The remix, which is a collaboration with Texas DJ/producer Fresco, is available exclusively on DJcity.

Released in 2003 on Ludacris‘ Disturbing the Peace label, “Right Thurr” hit No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

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