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Watch the Producer of Future’s ‘March Madness’ Explain How He Made the Track

808 Mafia member Tarentino has explained how he produced Future‘s hit song “March Madness” on a new episode of Genius’ Deconstructed.

The track was the first single from Future’s 2015 mixtape 56 Nights. By 2017, “March Madness” had been certified platinum.

In the video, Tarentino explains how Future inspired him to come up with the track and then breaks the beat down layer-by-layer.

Watch Deconstructed above.

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MaddJazz Flips ‘King’s Dead’ in New Routine

Chicago DJ and turntablist MaddJazz has flipped “King’s Dead” in a new routine for DJcityTV. The former DMC and Red Bull Music 3Style competitor applied his technical scratching and beat juggling to the track.

The hit song from the Black Panther soundtrack boasts an all-star lineup of Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and James Blake. The track reached No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and was DJcity’s 11th most downloaded track of January.

In 2013, MaddJazz appeared on DJcityTV’s acclaimed Chicago episode of the Cutting Room, alongside DJs Trentino, Big Once, Boi Jeanius, and Flipside.

Watch him flip “King’s Dead” above.

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Related: Watch Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and James Blake’s ‘King’s Dead’ Video

Watch Spiff TV’s ‘Thinkin’ Video Feat. Anuel AA, Bad Bunny, and Future

Latino producer Spiff TV has unveiled a video for his new single “Thinkin” featuring Anuel AA, Bad Bunny, and Future. Since its release last week, the cross-cultural trap song has received nearly one million Spotify streams. The track is set to appear on Spiff’s forthcoming album, The Union.

Spiff, who is also known as a music video director, writer, and A&R, has worked with artists like French Montana, Diddy, and Rick Ross.

Watch the animated video above and download “Thinkin” on DJcity.

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Watch Tory Lanez’s ‘Real Thing’ Video Feat. Future

Fresh off of dropping his sophomore album Memories Don’t Die on Friday, Tory Lanez has shared the video for his Future-assisted single, “Real Thing.” The track, which was DJcity’s 29th most-downloaded song of October, follows the singles “Shooters” and “Skrt Skrt.”

The dimly-lit visual finds Tory and Future holding a talent audition for the video.

Watch it above and download “Real Thing” on DJcity.

Related: Watch Tory Lanez’s ‘Skrt Skrt’ Video

Watch Tinashe’s Vertical ‘Faded Love’ Video Feat. Future

Tinashe has released a vertical video for her latest single “Faded Love” featuring Future. The track was included in February’s edition of DJcity Trends.

The steamy visual, which was exclusive to Spotify over the weekend, was filmed vertically and is intended to be viewed on a mobile device. It follows Tinashe around as she dances seductively in what appears to be an abandoned warehouse.

Produced by Grammy-winning duo Stargate, “Faded Love” is set to appear on Tinashe’s forthcoming second studio album, JOYRIDE. It’s the follow-up to “No Drama” featuring Offset, the first single from the project.

Watch the video above and download “Faded Love” on DJcity.

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Watch Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and James Blake’s ‘King’s Dead’ Video

With the premiere of Black Panther upon us, Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and James Blake have dropped the video for “King’s Dead.” The track, which appears on the movie’s soundtrack, was DJcity’s eleventh most-downloaded song of January.

Shot in Los Angeles, the visual kicks off with K.Dot and Jay rapping from a palm tree while eating corn on the cob. It then cuts back-and-forth between scenes of the rappers in the hood and in the corporate world.

“King’s Dead” serves as the second single off Black Panther: The Album and follows the video for Kendrick and SZA‘s “All The Stars.” The soundtrack was curated by Kendrick and features a star-studded lineup that includes Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Swae Lee, and The Weeknd.

Watch the video above and download “King’s Dead” on DJcity.

Related: Watch Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s ‘All the Stars’ Video

Watch N.E.R.D’s ‘1000’ Video Feat. Future

N.E.R.D have unveiled an intense video for their new single “1000” featuring Future. Neither artists make an appearance. Instead, the visual features clips of American protests and a dance routine from dancer Mette Towley, who starred in the “Lemon” video. It also includes
an old monologue from Mike Tyson.

The track, which is currently No. 15 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart, is set to appear on N.E.R.D’s upcoming album, No_One Ever Really Dies.

Watch the video above and download “1000” on DJcity.

Related: N.E.R.D. Drops New Single and Video Feat. Rihanna, ‘Lemon’

Watch Chris Brown’s ‘High End’ Video Feat. Future and Young Thug

Chris Brown turns into a zombie in the video for his new single “High End” featuring Future and Young Thug. The track is the latest single off Breezy’s upcoming album Heartbreak on a Full Moon, which is set to arrive on Halloween.

Directed by Spiff TV and Chris himself, the Halloween-themed visual features cameos from Fabolous, Trey Songz, Teyana Taylor, and wrestling stars Rey Mysterio Jr. and Brian Cage.

Watch the video above and download “High End” on DJcity.

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Future Drops ‘Mask Off’ Remix Ft. Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar and Future
Kendrick Lamar and Future perform at Coachella in April 2017.

As if “Mask Off” wasn’t big enough, Future has called on Kendrick Lamar for an official remix of the track. The new version features an impressive verse from K.Dot, who sounds great over the song’s trap production. Will that be enough to push the single to No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100, though? (It’s currently No. 7)

Stream the remix below and download it on DJcity. (DJ edits are also available)

Related: Watch Future’s ‘Mask Off’ Video

Watch Future’s ‘Mask Off’ Video

Future has unveiled a dark video for his hit single, “Mask Off.” Co-starring Amber Rose, the visual shows the duo cruising through the city at night as they watch a store robbery unfold.

The track, which currently sits at number five on Billboard’s Hot 100, has become Future’s highest-charting single to date.

Watch the video above and download “Mask Off” on DJcity.

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