Sak Noel. (Source: Facebook)
Sak Noel, Salvi, and Franklin Dam have recruited a massive crew of producers to remix their Latin house hit “Tocame.” The track, which is a collaboration between Barnaton, Mad Decent, and DJcity Records, has been flipped by Ariza, Anekdote & Blondex, Robbie Rivera, Krunk!, NoizyAngel & NOSORO$T, Hobb, and DJ Criswell.
Originally released in 2019 as a DJcity exclusive, “Tocame” has since surpassed 9.5 million plays on Spotify. After dropping on DJcity, the track continued to gain steam with an official music video, a remix contest, and later being picked up by Mad Decent.
Preview the remixes and download them below.
Sak Noel, Salvi & Franklin Dam – Tocame – Ariza Remix
Sak Noel, Salvi & Franklin Dam – Tocame – Anekdote & Blondex Remix
Sak Noel, Salvi & Franklin Dam – Tocame – Robbie Rivera Remix
Sak Noel, Salvi & Franklin Dam – Tocame – Krunk! Remix
Sak Noel, Salvi & Franklin Dam – Tocame – NoizyAngel & NOSORO$T Remix
Sak Noel, Salvi & Franklin Dam – Tocame – Hobb Remix
Sak Noel, Salvi & Franklin Dam – Tocame – DJ Criswell Remix
Martina La Peligrosa and Jenn Morel show off their dangerous dance moves in the video for their Kronic & Krunk!-produced single “Peligrosa” featuring Damaged Goods. The reggaeton-influenced track was one of DJcity’s most-downloaded songs of March.
Shot in Martina’s home country of Colombia, the visual is decorated with bright yellow, red, and blue colors and features a crew of female dancers.
Watch the video above and download “Peligrosa” on DJcity.
Kronic & Krunk!
Australian duo Kronic & Krunk! have teamed with Colombian singer Martina La Peligrosa, Dominican rapper Jenn Morel, and American DJ/producer Damaged Goods for a global, reggaeton-influenced single, “Peligrosa.”
On “Peligrosa,” which translates to “dangerous,” Jenn and Martina talk about how dangerous they are with their dance moves. The track marks Krunk! and Damaged Goods’ first venture into Latin music, while Kronic produced Pitbull and Lil Jon‘s 2016 single, “La Vida Es Una.”
Kronic tells us:
“Krunk! and I had been wanting do another collaboration for a while now! I’d been playing Jenn’s ‘Ponteme‘ in my sets after seeing it on the pool, and I thought her energy and style would work well alongside the beat. So we got together and had her vocals nailed down in a matter of hours. We reached out to Martina to get involved, and it was a wrap!”
Australian DJ/producers Timmy Trumpet and Krunk! have dropped a video for their Latin-influenced Melbourne bounce single, “Al Pacino.” The seizure-inducing visual shows the pair hanging out and performing in Miami.
Timmy discussed the creative process behind the track in Spinnin’ Records’ press release:
“It was like one big party in the Studio finishing this track. We just jammed it out, had a lot of fun and saw where things took us and the result was AL PACINO!”
Watch the video above and download DJ Primetyme’s edit of the track on DJcity.
Following his successful collab with Chuckie, rising Australian DJ/producer Krunk returns with the fourth release on his label, Sup Girl. “Panic” is a melodic and hard-hitting electro house track with Melbourne bounce influences, and Krunk’s first project with fellow Aussies, Dirt Cheap. It’s also one of Krunk’s strongest efforts to date. Stream above and download here.
Related: Krunk Releases Bootleg of Alice Deejay’s ‘Better Off Alone’
One way for DJs to set themselves apart is by making custom edits and bootlegs for their sets. Occasionally, DJs end up releasing their versions to the public though, especially if enough people ask for them. Such is the case with Australia’s Krunk, who recently made a bootleg that blends Laidback Luke’s remix of Alice Deejay’s “Better Off Alone” with Galantis’ “Runaway (U & I)” and SCNDL’s “Otis.” Stream and download Krunk’s bootleg below.
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