• Watch Logic and Marshmello’s ‘Everyday’ Video

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    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’

  • How Marshmello Built One of the Most Successful Brands in Dance Music

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    Marshmello at Lollapalooza Argentina in 2017. (Source: Facebook)

    Marshmello has become one of the most successful brands in dance music, and in a new feature story in Billboard, the DJ/producer and his manager discuss how they built it.

    Of course, Marshmello wouldn’t be famous without his music. But the business and brand strategies that he and his manager Moe Shalizi used are a key part of the equation.

    Why Marshmello wears a mask:

    Shalizi: “It doesn’t matter who’s under this helmet. The ethos of the brand is creating something that doesn’t symbolize one person as an icon, but a movement of people.”

    How the mask creates curiosity:

    Marshmello: “It’s not every day you see something like Marshmello … You’re like, ‘Wait, what does [he] even do?’ You search and find the music.”

    How he’s instantly recognizable, unlike many DJ/producers:

    Shalizi: “It’s like Coca-Cola … When you see red and white, what do you think? We created an unforgettable ­character; a logo, essentially.”

    How wearing a mask helps him avoid the spotlight:

    Marshmello: “Everybody says, ‘Man, you have it made.’ … [Fame] is such a volatile ­situation, and it’ll usually change people for the worse. I’m happy not to be in that.”

    Why he turned down offers from major labels:

    Shalizi: “[The offers] weren’t genuine … It was like, ‘We don’t know if you’re real, but we’re willing to throw sh#t at the wall and see if it sticks.’”
    Marshmello: “We bet on ourselves.”

    Related: Migos Team With Marshmello for New Single and Video, ‘Danger’

  • Migos Team With Marshmello for New Single and Video, ‘Danger’

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    Migos have teamed with Marshmello for a new trap single, “Danger.” The track is a departure from Marshmello’s usual future bass sound.

    “Danger,” which was released on Thursday with an accompanying video, appears on the soundtrack for the Netflix original movie Bright starring Will Smith.

    Bright will be released on Netflix on Dec. 22. The soundtrack, which is out now, features a few more unlikely collaborations like A$AP Rocky and Tom Morello, and DRAM and Neil Young.

    Watch the video above and download “Danger” on DJcity.

    Related: Watch Marshmello’s ‘Blocks’ Video

  • Watch Marshmello’s ‘Blocks’ Video

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    Marshmello goes to college in the video for his future bass track, “Blocks.” The visual finds the DJ/producer choosing his musical passion over popularity as he stands up against bullying. Marshmello leaves his cruel fraternity behind and joins the school’s music club, where he takes over as the conductor.

    “Blocks” appears on Marshmello’s 2016 debut album, Joytime. His latest single “Wolves,” which is a collaboration with Selena Gomez, currently sits at No. 35 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

    Watch the video above and download “Blocks” on DJcity.

    Related: Watch Selena Gomez and Marshmello’s ‘Wolves’ Video

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  • Selena Gomez and Marshmello Release a Spotify Playlist Video for ‘Wolves’

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    Selena Gomez and Marshmello have unveiled a Spotify playlist video for their new single, “Wolves.” The track is currently No. 88 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and No. 15 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.

    The video, which was exclusive to Spotify for a week, finds Selena delivering an impromptu performance of the song at her home via FaceTime. The visual follows Marshmello’s video for “Silence” featuring Khalid, which is currently No. 47 on the Hot 100.

    Watch the video above and download “Wolves” on DJcity.

    Related: Watch Marshmello’s ‘Silence’ Video Feat. Khalid

  • Watch Marshmello’s ‘Silence’ Video Feat. Khalid

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    Marshmello has dropped a visual for his Khalid-assisted future bass hit, “Silence.” The track is currently No. 54 on the Billboard Hot 100, having peaked at 42. It’s the Los Angeles native’s highest charting single to date.

    The video features a group of troubled teens who find peace by riding their bicycles.

    Watch it above and grab the track on DJcity.

    Related: Watch Kris Wu’s ‘Deserve’ Video Feat. Travis Scott

  • Far East Movement Teams with Marshmello for New Track ‘Freal Luv’ Ft. Tinashe and Chanyeol

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    Far East Movement has joined forces with DJ/producer Marshmello for a new single called “Freal Luv.” The track, which features Tinashe and K-pop rapper Chanyeol, is set to appear on FM’s upcoming album Identity.

    Identity is a Far East Movement, in a sense, bridging artists from the east with artists from the west while fusing different genres we love,” the group told Billboard.

    Watch the video above and download “Freal Luv” on DJcity.

    Related: Marshmello Remixes Era Istrefi’s ‘Bonbon’

  • Marshmello Remixes Era Istrefi’s ‘Bonbon’

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    Mystery producer Marshmello has dropped a festival-ready remix of Era Istrefi’s buzzing single, “Bonbon.”

    A native of Albania, Istrefi burst onto the international scene earlier this year when the video for “Bonbon” received millions of YouTube views. The track was then released in English in March along with an updated video, which has racked up nearly 70 million YouTube views.

    Stream Marshmello’s remix below and download it on DJcity.

    Related: Calvin Harris’ ‘Outside’ Receives Trap Remix from Marshmello

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  • Calvin Harris’ ‘Outside’ Receives Trap Remix from Marshmello

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    DJcity has added over a dozen remixes of Calvin Harris’ “Outside” since the single dropped, but Marshmello’s is only the second trap version in our catalog. Besides a completely new drum pattern, his 71 BPM remix speeds and pitches up Ellie Goulding’s vocals. “Outside” is also currently number two on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, so Marshmello’s rework is a nice alternative for those who’ve overplayed the original.
    Download: Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goulding – Outside – Marshmello Remix
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