DJ Spin and Whiiite (Source: DJ Spin / Avalon Hollywood)
New Orleans veteran DJ Spin and influential Los Angeles DJ/producer Whiiite have enlisted Lil Wayne for a future bass heater, “Til She Lose Her Voice.” The x-rated track, which features hard-hitting drums, modern synths, and a catchy melody, is unlike anything Weezy has done before.
It is the second release on Spin’s Ghetto Dance Records, which as its name suggests, blends New Orleans hip-hop with dance music. (The first release was Mannie Fresh‘s 2015 EP, We Got This. Its tracks “Energized” and “Err-Body” both charted on DJcity.)
Stream Spin and Whiiite’s “Til She Lose Her Voice” below and download it exclusively on DJcity. Clean and instrumental versions are available.
Filmed in London and other locations, the video features Nicki dissing Remy Ma, and Drizzy and Weezy reflecting on their careers. It was supposed to be shot entirely in London, but according to Nicki, Wayne wasn’t “granted access” to the city.
“No Frauds,” which was DJcity’s 15th most downloaded of March, is the trio’s first collab since 2014’s “Truffle Butter.”
Chance the Rapper performed his buzzing single “No Problem” with Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz on The Ellen Show. The performance, which featured a live band, was the Chicago rapper’s debut appearance on the show.
“No Problem” was included in the August edition of DJcity Trends and is currently number 76 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
Watch the performance above and download the track on DJcity.
DC Comics’ upcoming Suicide Squad movie doesn’t hit theaters until August 5, but DJs can now get their hands on the film’s anthem, “Sucker For Pain.” The song is stacked with artists, from rap stars Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, and Logic to rock giants Imagine Dragons and X Ambassadors. Stream it above and download it on DJcity.
Well, it looks like Lil Wayne won’t be performing his anthem “Go DJ” anytime soon. Last night, the embattled rapper performed at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the DJ messed up big time. Instead of playing Weezy’s remix of “CoCo,” the DJ dropped the original version by O.T. Genasis and Wayne flipped out. Watch what happened above.