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Picco Drops Latin House Single and Video, ‘Cubano’

German DJ/producer Picco has dropped a horn-laden, Latin house single titled “Cubano.” The track currently sits at No. 1 on Germany’s Deutsche DJ Playlist Hot 50.

The fitting video shows off the beautiful sights and people of Cuba.

Picco has worked with artists such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Porter Robinson and has done remixes for the likes of Taio Cruz. He travels throughout Europe for shows and is a resident on Fantasy Dance 96.7 FM in Cologne.

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

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How Bad Bunny Took Over Pop

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Bad Bunny at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, CA on Aug. 25, 2018. (Credit: Alan Hess)

Of the Latin artists that have crossed over into mainstream popularity, none have done it quite like Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican native has taken a progressive, often controversial path to become one of music’s biggest stars. And he’s done it while singing only in Spanish.

In a new feature story in Billboard, writer Eduardo Cepeda describes how “el conejo malo” managed to take over pop music by taking “risks few young male Latin stars would.” Bad Bunny chimes in with insights into his mindset and discusses why he’s not afraid to paint his nails or call out social issues.

Bad Bunny released his critically acclaimed debut album X 100PRE in December. The project peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard 200 and currently sits at No. 19. It features the hit singles “MIA” featuring Drake, “Estamos Bien,” and “Solo de Mi.” The latest single is “Si Estuviesemos Juntos,” which the 24-year-old dropped on Thursday along with a music video.

Read Bad Bunny’s best quotes from the story and watch the video for “Si Estuviesemos Juntos” below.

Why he takes risks:

“When I came into this industry, I was never afraid to be myself … There were others who would advise me to tone down a bit, but I just always thought, ‘What’s the worst that could happen?'”

How calling out social issues comes easy to him:

“At the end of the day, these are basic messages .. Ultimately, I’m not doing that much. I’m only doing what a human being who feels wants to do — in my way, without stepping out of my flow, while staying in my lane. Without, I guess, boring people.”

Why he lets fans approach him in the street:

“That’s the whole point — that’s how it should be … Like, fucking trying to connect with people.”

Why he keeps his friends close:

“[It] makes you feel like you’re with family, makes you feel at home, makes you feel normal. It gives me that grounding I need to always stay within orbit and not forget Earth.”

Why he used the same two producers on X 100PRE:

“It influences not just the quality of the album, but also the sentimentality of it … That energy translates. You feel like you’re listening to an artist, not just music meant for radio play.”

Related: Watch Bad Bunny’s ‘Caro’ Video

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Watch Tyga’s ‘Girls Have Fun’ Video Feat. G-Eazy and Rich The Kid

Tyga has shared a summer-friendly video for his G-Eazy and Rich The Kid-assisted single, “Girls Have Fun.” Produced by DJ Snake, the track was one of the most-downloaded songs of January on DJcity. It currently sits at No. 2 on DJcity’s Hot Box.

The fitting visual finds Tyga, G-Eazy, and Rich partying at a pool resort with lots of beautiful women.

Watch the video above and download “Girls Have Fun” on DJcity.

Related: Watch Meek Mill’s ‘Going Bad’ Video Feat. Drake

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Watch Meek Mill’s ‘Going Bad’ Video Feat. Drake

Meek Mill and Drake channel their inner mob boss in the video for their club heater, “Going Bad.” The track, which peaked at No. 6 on Billboard’s Hot 100, was the second most-downloaded song of December on DJcity.

Directed by Kid Art, the visual features cameos from T.I., Swizz Beatz, Nipsey Hussle, Mustard, and more.

“Going Bad” appears on Meek’s 2018 chart-topping album, Championships. Five tracks from the project finished in the top 20 of DJcity’s most-downloaded songs of December.

Watch the video above and download “Going Bad” on DJcity.

Related: Watch 21 Savage’s ‘a lot’ Video Feat. J. Cole

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Watch 21 Savage’s ‘a lot’ Video Feat. J. Cole

21 Savage has shared the video for his J. Cole-assisted single, “a lot.” The track peaked at No. 33 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

In the somber visual, 21 Savage and Cole attend a formal family gathering for what appears to be a funeral.

“a lot” is the lead single from 21 Savage’s second studio album, I Am > I Was. The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in late December.

Watch the video above and download “a lot” on DJcity.

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Sak Noel and Lil Jon Team With El Chevo and Aarpa for New Single, ‘Demasiado Loca’

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Lil Jon and Sak Noel

Sak Noel and Lil Jon have teamed up for a moombahton-influenced heater titled “Demasiado Loca.” The track features rising Spanish artist Aarpa and vocals from Honduras’ El Chevo.

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.

“Demasiado Loca” marks Sak’s second collaboration with his fellow countryman, Aarpa. The two joined forces last fall on the single “En La Boca” featuring Yuli.

El Chevo is best known for his 2013 viral hit “Metele Sacala.”

Watch the video below and download “Demasiado Loca” on DJcity.

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Watch Bad Bunny’s ‘Caro’ Video

Bad Bunny encourages people to know their worth in the video for his Latin trap song, “Caro.” The track, which translates to “expensive,” peaked at No. 24 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.

“Caro” appears on Bad Bunny’s debut album, X 100pre. The project debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart, where it has remained for four straight weeks. It currently sits at No. 11 on the Billboard 200.

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

Related: Watch City Girls’ ‘Twerk Remix’ Video Feat. Cardi B

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Watch City Girls’ ‘Twerk Remix’ Video Feat. Cardi B

Florida rap duo City Girls set out to find the world’s greatest twerker in the video for the remix of their single, “Twerk.” The track, which features Cardi B, was the No. 16 most-downloaded song of November on DJcity.

In the fitting NSFW visual, City Girls member Yung Miami flies out 20 dancers to Miami to compete in a twerk contest. Cardi joins in on the twerk frenzy as all of the girls dance around while covered in body paint.

The “Twerk Remix” appears on City Girls’ second studio album, Girl Code. The original was featured in the November edition of DJcity’s Trends.

Watch the video above and download the “Twerk Remix” on DJcity.

Related: Watch Cardi B’s ‘Money’ Video

Watch Nas’ ‘Cops Shot the Kid’ Video Feat. Kanye West

Nas has shared a fitting video for his Nasir track “Cops Shot the Kid” featuring Kanye West. The visual, which sees a man being chased by two police officers, includes a cameo from legendary rapper Slick Rick, whose 1989 classic “Children’s Story” is sampled in the song.

Nick Bike’s edit of “Cops Shot The Kid” was one of the most-downloaded tracks of July.

Watch the video above and download the song on DJcity.

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Post Malone Drops New Single and Video, ‘Wow.’

Capping off another successful year, Post Malone has returned with a bouncy new single titled “Wow.” The uptempo track, which was produced by Louis Bell and Frank Dukes, is a change of pace from Post’s usual trap-influenced style.

Bell and Dukes have previously teamed up to produce tracks for Post, including the hit singles “Better Now” and “Congratulations.” Bell also co-produced “rockstar” and “Psycho.”

Watch the video for “Wow.” above and download the track on DJcity.

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