Lil Jon has released a music video for his recent single, “Ain’t No Tellin’,” which features the vocals of late rapper Mac Dre. The visual depicts doll versions of the rappers riding around in luxurious vehicles and spending money in strip clubs.
The track, which combines crunk and elements of Bay Area Hip-Hop, hit No. 17 on DJcity’s Top 50 chart in June.
Watch it above and download the song on DJcity.
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Lil Jon at OMNIA San Diego on April 27, 2019. (Source: Facebook)
After teasing it with a video featuring Lebron James, Lil Jon has dropped his Mexican food anthem “Taco Tuesday.” The track combines Jersey club-influenced production with Latin horns and Jon’s commanding vocals.
Preview “Taco Tuesday” below and download it on DJcity.
Spryte performs at TAO Beach in Las Vegas. (Source: Spryte)
Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Spryte has delivered a bootleg of Lil Jon‘s 2014 club hit “Bend Ova” featuring Tyga. The original track peaked at No. 10 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart and hit No. 2 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.
Download his “Bend Ova” bootleg exclusively on DJcity.
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Lil Jon and Sak Noel
Released on Universal Music’s Aftercluv label, “Demasiado Loca” has also received an accompanying video. The bizarre visual finds Sak, Jon, Chevo, Aarpa and some dancers posing with random objects in front of a white background.
El Chevo is best known for his 2013 viral hit “Metele Sacala.”
Watch the video below and download “Demasiado Loca” on DJcity.
Two months after premiering his trap heater “Alive” on DJcity, Lil Jon has returned with a trippy video for it. The track, which features Offset and 2 Chainz, was DJcity’s sixth most downloaded song of February.
The animated visual features the three rappers hanging out with nude models, bouncing on cars, and flying through the sky.
“I really wanted to do something different, outside the normal, typical hip-hop video,” explained Jon. “I’ve always been an artist that thinks ‘outside the box’ and gives my fans somethin’ fresh. Get ready, people are in for a wild ride with this one!”
Watch the video above and download “Alive” on DJcity.
After its premiere on DJcity last Wednesday, Party Favor sat down with Billboard to explain how he co-produced Lil Jon’s “Alive.” The track, which features Offset and 2 Chainz, and production from FKi 1st, is currently No. 2 on DJcity’s Hot Box.
In the video, Party Favor discusses how he connected with the King of Crunk. He then breaks down the track and explains why he kept the beat simple.
Watch above and download “Alive” on DJcity.
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