Watch the video for “Ven Y Hazlo Tu” above and download the track on DJcity.
J. Balvin (Source: Facebook)
Other newly announced residents include dance and electronic artists deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, Cheat Codes, Louis The Child, Gorgon City, Brooks, and Breathe Carolina, along with open-format DJs Vice and Politik.
“We are incredibly proud to present the next generation of the Las Vegas nightclub and day club experience with programming that transcends so many genres of music,” said Jon Gray, manager of the Palms Casino Resort, in a press release. “Every performance at KAOS will be unique to each artist with next-level production and unique technology that we cannot wait to share with our guests.”
Check out the full list of dates from the newly announced residents below.
Nightclub: April 6, 26
Nightclub: April 25
Dayclub: April 28
Dayclub: April 14
Nightclub: April 20
Dayclub: April 26
Nightclub: April 13, May 11
Armin van Buuren
Dayclub: May 17, 26
Nightclub: May 16
Dayclub: April 19, May 12
Louis The Child
Nightclub: May 31
Dayclub: April 12
Dayclub: April 7, May 10
Nightclub: April 5, 6
Sean Paul and J Balvin (Source: Instagram)
Superstars Sean Paul and J Balvin have connected for a bilingual dancehall and reggaeton crossover, “Contra La Pared.” It features production from Tainy, the co-producer of Cardi B and Bad Bunny‘s crossover smash, “I Like It.”
Stream “Contra La Pared” below and download it on DJcity.
From left to right: Tropkillaz, Anitta, J Balvin, and MC Zaac (Source: Aftercluv)
Brazilian DJ/producer duo Tropkillaz have assembled an all-star cast for a baile funk crossover, “Bola Rebola.” The track, which roughly translates to “shake” in English, features Colombia’s J Balvin and Brazil’s Anitta and MC Zaac.
With its Afro-Brazilian rhythms and trilingual vocals, “Bola Rebola” has the potential for global appeal.
“[The song is] really representative of Brazilian/baile funk music and shows our culture can crossover with different genres,” Tropkillaz told Complex.
The Tropkillaz signed with Universal Music Group in 2018 after achieving mainstream success in Brazil and building a strong reputation in the global DJ scene. They have since released a variety of singles, including “Milk & Honey” with Aloe Blacc, and “Loko” with Major Lazer, MC Kevinho, and Busy Signal. “Milk & Honey” was one of DJcity’s most downloaded tracks of March.
Fresh off winning a Latin Grammy for Best Urban Music Album, J Balvin has dropped a surprise single titled “Reggaeton.” The track is an ode to the genre and its legendary artists like Daddy Yankee and Tego Calderon.
Balvin also shared an accompanying video. The gritty visual finds him in Puerto Rico paying homage to the local culture.
Watch the video above and download “Reggaeton” on DJcity.
A month after dropping the remix for her reggaeton smash “Mi Cama” featuring J Balvin and Nicky Jam, Colombian singer Karol G has shared the video for it. The colorful visual shows Karol making squeaky bed noises in her room while Balvin and Nicky try to figure out what’s causing the commotion.
Karol G released “Mi Cama” as a solo single in May, garnering more than 325 million views on YouTube and over 77 million Spotify streams. Balvin and Nicky’s remix took the track to new heights in mid-July, helping it reach its current position of No. 8 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.
Watch the video above and download “Mi Cama Remix” on DJcity.
Haitian DJ/producer Michael Brun has broken down how he made his J Balvin-assisted single “Positivo” on a new episode of Genius’ Deconstructed. The track is the 2018 FIFA World Cup theme song for American Spanish-language TV network Telemundo.
In the video, Brun recalls how he and Balvin connected then breaks down the track in Ableton.
“The instruments, the rhythm, the energy. It’s all very distinctly Haitian,” Brun says. “This track captures, I think, the essence of what the streets in Haiti sound like.”
Released in May, “Positivo” has amassed over seven million streams on Spotify and more than 10 million views on YouTube. Brun originally released the song in February as a single titled “Bayo” featuring fellow Haitians Strong G, Baky, and J. Perry.
Watch Deconstructed above.
In the video, Cardi is seen strolling through the streets of a tropical island amongst the locals. She then links up with Bunny and Balvin at a lively party.
“I Like It” samples Pete Rodriguez’s 1967 boogaloo hit, “I Like It Like That.”
Watch Cardi’s video above and download the track on DJcity.
Related: Watch Cardi B’s ‘Be Careful’ Video
Ebro Darden and J Balvin
The Colombian superstar covered many topics, from the possibility of making an album with Bad Bunny to how he hopes to break down the narco stereotypes of his country. He also discussed wanting to collaborate with artists like Drake, Bruno Mars, and The Weeknd, and what it was like working with Beyonce on the remix of “Mi Gente.”
“I think it was a really beautiful cultural move. People see me with the queen, like, if she’s working with him it’s because he’s for real,” Balvin told Ebro. “She’s not the type of girl that works with everybody.”
“All the other collaborations are helping me a lot to keep spreading the vibe that I want,” he added. “That’s what I love about the situation. We’re showing the world that we’re not one-hit wonders when it comes to global stuff. It’s not a coincidence.”
Watch highlights from the interview below and stream it in full exclusively on Apple Music.
Liam Payne and J Balvin (Source: Instagram)
Former One Direction member Liam Payne has teamed with Latin superstar J Balvin for a bilingual single called “Familiar.” The track follows Payne’s UK hit “For You” with Rita Ora, and Balvin’s Latin crossover “X” with Nicky Jam.
Stream “Familiar” below and download it on DJcity.