Watch Logic and Marshmello’s ‘Everyday’ Video


Logic and Marshmello have dropped a visual for their catchy anthem, “Everyday.”

In the video, Logic stars as an unappreciated employee who works hard, but never seems to get ahead. Eventually, he convinces some of his co-workers to quit. They storm out of the office, taking an uncooperative fax machine with them, only to bash it to pieces with baseball bats. The scene is a parody of the 1999 cult classic film, Office Space.

“Everyday” was DJcity’s 17th most downloaded track of March. It’s currently No. 76 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, having peaked at 29.

Watch the video above and download the song on DJcity.

Related: Mark Cutz Scratches Over Logic’s ‘Everybody’

Mark Cutz Scratches Over Logic’s ‘Everybody’

Mark Cutz

Dallas DJ and turntablist Mark Cutz, formerly DJ Flashh, scratches over Logic‘s 2017 single “Everybody” in a routine for DJcityTV.

Cutz is a mixer on Dallas’ 106.1 KISS FM, Austin’s 96.7 KISS FM, and the nationally syndicated Kidd Kraddick Morning Show. He’s also a member of the Radio DJs crew.

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Related: Texas’ DJ Flashh Delivers Mix for DJcity Podcast

DJ Ease Drops New Routine for Serato

DJ Ease

DJ Ease, a 2016 Red Bull Thre3style USA finalist, recently stopped by Serato’s studio in Brooklyn to perform a new turntablism routine. The New York native showed off his juggling skills using Logic and Pusha T‘s 2016 single, “Wrist.”

Watch the one-minute video above.

Related: Watch DJ Ease’s Set for the MikiDz Show

Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla $ign Team Up for ‘Suicide Squad’ Anthem

Wiz Khalifa

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.

Related: Watch Wiz Khalifa’s Video for ‘Bake Sale’ Feat. Travis Scott

Logic Freestyles Over Bobby Shmurda’s ‘Hot Boy’

Last week, Maryland rapper Logic visited Tony Touch’s “Toca Tuesdays” show to promote his debut album Under Pressure and drop a freestyle. Although he’s been around for a few years, Logic’s profile has quickly risen in recent months and his Def Jam-released album came in at number two on the Billboard 200 chart this week (two spots behind T.I.’s Paperwork).
Download the album’s first two singles: “Under Pressure” and “Buried Alive”