• DJ Brace Scratches Over Major Lazer’s ‘Run Up’ for ‘Fretless Fridays’

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    If you follow DJ Brace online, chances are you’ve seen his Fretless Fridays videos. The series features the reigning DMC Online champ scratching over well-known songs using John Beez’s Fretless Fader.

    Starting today, DJcityTV will be hosting some of the videos with a focus on club-friendly tracks. For the first episode, Brace gets busy with Major Lazer‘s new anthem “Run Up” featuring PartyNextDoor and Nicki Minaj, which is currently No. 1 on DJcity.

    Watch above and stay tuned for more videos.

    Related: DJ Brace Explores Chinese Culture Through Turntablism

  • Major Lazer Teams With PartyNextDoor and Nicki Minaj for New Single, ‘Run Up’

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    Major Lazer with PartyNextDoor. (Source: Instagram)

    Major Lazer has recruited PartyNextDoor and Nicki Minaj for “Run Up,” a radio-friendly track that blends dancehall, R&B, and hip-hop. It is the third single off the group’s upcoming album, Music Is the Weapon.

    Stream it below and download it on DJcity. The instrumental and acapella are also available.

    Related: Watch Major Lazer and Showtek’s ‘Believer’ Video

  • Mayeda Live Remixes Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj’s ‘Side to Side’

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    DJ/producer Mayeda is known for his chart-topping remixes on DJcity, but he’s also a skilled keyboardist. To showcase his talent, DJcityTV has launched a new series that features him live remixing current club and radio hits.

    On the first episode, Mayeda transforms Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj‘s reggae-infused smash “Side to Side” into a future bass groover.

    Related: Ariana Grande’s ‘Side to Side’ Receives Moombahton Remix From Salvi and Arpa

  • Ariana Grande’s ‘Side to Side’ Receives Moombahton Remix From Salvi and Arpa

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    Rising Spanish DJ/producers Salvi and Arpa have cooked up a moombahton remix of Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj‘s reggae-pop hit, “Side to Side.”

    Hailing from Barcelona, Salvi is best known for producing the Sean Paul-assisted anthem “Trumpets” with fellow Spaniard Sak Noel. The track, which was premiered on DJcity in March, was re-released by Mad Decent after generating substantial buzz.

    The original version of “Side to Side” is currently No. 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, having peaked at No. 4.

    Stream Salvi and Arpa’s remix below and download it on DJcity.

    Related: Delirious & Alex K Remix Sak Noel & Salvi’s ‘Trumpets’ Ft. Sean Paul

  • Nicki Minaj Remixes Yo Gotti’s ‘Down in the DM’

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    Yo Gotti‘s anthem “Down in the DM” has become a staple in hip-hop clubs since its release in October. It’s also become the Memphis rapper’s most successful single to date and is currently number 33 on Billboard’s Hot 100. Now, looking to boost it further, Gotti and Nicki Minaj have teamed up for the official remix.
    Stream it below and download it on DJcity.

    Related: Nicki Minaj’s ‘Only’ Remixed by Whiiite

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  • The Weeknd Enlists Nicki Minaj and Eminem for ‘The Hills’ Remixes

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    The Weeknd and Nicki Minaj (via Instagram)
    The Weeknd has just dropped two remixes of his hit single “The Hills” — one with Nicki Minaj and one with Eminem.
    The original version has held the number one spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for three weeks, recently surpassing The Weeknd’s other hit, “Can’t Feel My Face.”
    Stream and download both remixes below.

    Download: The Hills – Nicki Minaj Remix

    Download: The Hills – Eminem Remix
    Related: Rae Sremmurd Drops ‘Throw Sum Mo’ Video Feat. Nicki Minaj and Young Thug

  • DJcity Exclusive: Prostyle Teams with Jeremih and Nicki Minaj on ‘Angel’

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    Power 105.1’s Prostyle has teamed up with superstars Jeremih and Nicki Minaj on a new R&B-influenced EDM track titled “Angel.”
    The New York DJ/producer has recorded with some of the industry’s biggest artists, including Ne-Yo, Nicki Minaj, Jason Derulo, Sean Paul, and Ciara.
    Stream “Angel” above and download it exclusively on DJcity.
    Related: Prostyle Drops High-Energy ‘Friday Fix’ Mix

  • Rae Sremmurd Drops ‘Throw Sum Mo’ Video Featuring Nicki Minaj and Young Thug

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    Rae Sremmurd’s strip club anthem “Throw Sum Mo” has received much-needed visuals. The Nicki Minaj and Young Thug-assisted track was one of the most-downloaded on DJcity in December and is currently the 19th most-Shazamed song in the US.
    Download the original version and its remixes on DJcity.
    Related: Rae Sremmurd Drops ‘No Flex Zone’ Video

  • Nicki Minaj’s ‘Only’ Remixed by Whiiite

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    When he’s not running the influential “Control” parties in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Whiiite stays busy performing around the US and cooking up bass-filled remixes. For his latest offering, the rising DJ/producer reworks Nicki Minaj’s hit single “Only” into what sounds like a blend of future and g-house. Regardless of how you label it, Whiiite’s remix doubles the BPM and makes creative use of Nicki, Chris Brown and Drake’s vocals.
    Stream the remix below and download it on DJcity

    Related: Control Co-founder Whiiite Inspires DJs to be Entrepreneurs

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  • Nicki Minaj Drops ‘Truffle Butter’ Ft. Drake & Lil Wayne

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    Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint album dropped today, and one of the project’s standout tracks is a collaboration with her labelmates Drake and Lil Wayne titled, “Truffle Butter.” Some listeners might recognize the beat, along with Drizzy and Wayne’s verses, as they were previously featured on Mally Mall’s “Whatcha Say.”

    Download: Nicki Minaj ft. Drake & Lil Wayne – Truffle Butter
    It’s also been pointed out that “Truffle Butter” contains a sample of UK house star Maya Jane Coles, which sparked a backlash among some of her fans. She posted the following message on her Facebook page in response:
    “It’s interesting to see all of the hateful comments about the Nicki Minaj track. As a producer that only makes music that I love, for me, it’s only an honor to have people from completely different scenes wanting to sample one of my productions. I NEVER compromise my own music. If I didn’t like it, why would I bother making it. If someone else likes what I have done and wants to sample it and use it in their own style then for me that is a huge compliment. just saying. PLUS also, why do people keep talking about money?? Record sales don’t make money anymore!!! This has nothing to do with money, I came from a hip hop background, that’s what got me into music in the first place. It’s so weird to have to explain myself about something I’ve always loved doing.”
    Related: Nicki Minaj Reunites with Beyonce on ‘Feeling Myself’

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