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J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Ozuna Announce Las Vegas Residencies


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Latin superstars J Balvin, Bad Bunny, and Ozuna are bringing their flavor to Las Vegas with newly announced residencies at Palms Casino’s KAOS club.

Other newly announced residents include dance and electronic artists deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, Cheat Codes, Louis The Child, Gorgon City, Brooks, and Breathe Carolina, along with open-format DJs Vice and Politik.

Previously announced residents include Cardi B, G-Eazy, Marshmello, Skrillex, Jauz, Kaskade, Slushii, and Southside.

“We are incredibly proud to present the next generation of the Las Vegas nightclub and day club experience with programming that transcends so many genres of music,” said Jon Gray, manager of the Palms Casino Resort, in a press release. “Every performance at KAOS will be unique to each artist with next-level production and unique technology that we cannot wait to share with our guests.”

KAOS’ opening weekend will take place on April, 5, 6, and 7 with special performances by Travis Scott and Alicia Keys.

Check out the full list of dates from the newly announced residents below.

J Balvin
Nightclub: April 6, 26

Bad Bunny
Nightclub: April 25

Ozuna
Dayclub: April 28

deadmau5
Dayclub: April 14
Nightclub: April 20

Eric Prydz
Dayclub: April 26
Nightclub: April 13, May 11

Armin van Buuren
Dayclub: May 17, 26
Nightclub: May 16

Cheat Codes
Dayclub: April 19, May 12

Louis The Child
Nightclub: May 31

Brooks
Dayclub: April 12

Vice
Dayclub: April 7, May 10

DJ Politik
Nightclub: April 5, 6

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Ozuna Drops New Single, ‘Baila Baila Baila’

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Ozuna has dropped a surprise reggaeton single titled “Baila Baila Baila.” Produced by DJ Luian, Mambo Kingz, and Hydro, the track will appear on Ozuna’s forthcoming third studio album, Nibiru.

The Puerto Rican superstar also shared an accompanying video. In the visual, which is set in a post-apocalyptic world, Ozuna finds a group of female survivors and gets them to dance with him in a beautiful white oasis.

“Baila Baila Baila” follows Ozuna’s single “Luz Apaga” featuring Lyanno.

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

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Top Remixes of DJ Snake’s ‘Taki Taki’

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DJ Snake in Houston (Source: Instagram)

Like the majority of his tracks, DJ Snake‘s “Taki Taki” featuring Selena Gomez, Cardi B, and Ozuna has received heavy play from DJs. (It was DJcity’s most downloaded track of October.)

Peaking at No. 11 on Billboard’s Hot 100, the track has also become the French superstar’s highest-charting single since “Let Me Love You” featuring Justin Bieber.

A bilingual track, “Taki Taki” is the latest Spanglish or Spanish-language single to appear on the Hot 100, a feat that has become more common since Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee‘s groundbreaking smash, “Despacito.”

Below is a list of our favorite remixes, bootlegs, and edits of “Taki Taki” so far.

Pon De Replay – Tall Boys Taki Taki Bootleg
DJcity’s Tall Boys blend “Taki Taki” with Rihanna’s debut single. (DJcity exclusive)

Refresh Dancehall Blend
DJcity’s Refresh blends “Taki Taki” with some dancehall favorites. (DJcity exclusive)

Sallah Remix
Snake’s fellow Parisian gives “Taki Taki” a bass-heavy rework.

Yousless Remix
A Japanese duo delivers a creative, genre-bending rework.

Lumberjack Remix
The French DJ/producer duo takes “Taki Taki” to the big room.

Refresh Cumbia Remix
Refresh transforms “Taki Taki” into a cumbia track. (DJcity exclusive)

Related: GASHI Enlists French Montana and DJ Snake for New Single, ‘Creep on Me’

Watch DJ Snake’s ‘Taki Taki’ Video Feat. Selena Gomez, Cardi B, and Ozuna

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Two weeks after dropping his star-studded single “Taki Taki,” DJ Snake has returned with the highly-anticipated video for it.

The track, which features Selena Gomez, Cardi B, and Ozuna, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and is currently No. 1 on DJcity’s Hot Box.

In the visual, Snake, Gomez, Cardi, and Ozuna take turns performing in a fiery post-apocalyptic world.

“Taki Taki” is currently Spotify’s most-streamed song in the world with close to 50 millions plays. It has also been streamed over 40 million times on YouTube.

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

Related: DJ Snake Drops ‘Taki Taki’ Feat. Selena Gomez, Cardi B, and Ozuna

DJ Snake Drops ‘Taki Taki’ Feat. Selena Gomez, Cardi B, and Ozuna

DJ Snake
DJ Snake (Source: Instagram)

After teasing it for months, DJ Snake has dropped his star-studded single “Taki Taki” featuring Selena Gomez, Cardi B, and Ozuna. The bilingual, reggaeton-influenced track comes ahead of Snake’s new album, which is set to drop soon.

Stream “Taki Taki” below and download it on DJcity.

Related: GASHI Enlists French Montana and DJ Snake for New Single, ‘Creep on Me’

Ozuna Talks New Album ‘Aura,’ Akon Collab, Cardi B, and More

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Ozuna
Ozuna (Source: Instagram)

As he prepares to drop his new album Aura on Friday (Aug. 24), Latin superstar Ozuna sat down with Billboard for an interview.

The Puerto Rican artist discussed many topics, including revealing that the project contains a Spanish-language track with Akon. He also confirmed that his Cardi B-assisted hit single “La Modelo” will appear on Aura.

Other topics covered include why he likes to collaborate often, his relationship with J Balvin, and the pressure of topping his record-breaking debut album, Odisea. Released in August 2017, Odisea is currently in its 45th week at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart.

Working with Akon:

“Working with someone who shares your vision, your work ethic, and who likes to create as you do makes it easy. When we got together, we made four songs in one day. There’s one song for his album and two for a future release. Yes, he sang in Spanish, and I even sang in English. He doesn’t speak perfect Spanish, and I don’t speak perfect English, but we understand each other.”

His relationship with J Balvin:

“He’s an extremely important person to me. I value his opinion and his presence in my projects. He has an impressive aura about him, he’s brilliant and intelligent, and he puts his heart into his work. He’s someone who always gives it his all. I can ask him for advice even when it’s not his song, and he’ll tell me what to fix.”

Why he likes to collaborate often:

“I like it because it’s like being in a group. Working with people like Reik, Anuel AA, Wisin & Yandel, and J Balvin, you get to do things like film videos. So we enjoy it because that’s where we can be free to be ourselves, talk, and create. I can’t walk down the streets of Miami without getting mobbed, for example. But I can be on set with Balvin and Arcangel and feel comfortable.”

Topping his debut album:

“It wasn’t about doing something bigger or better. I don’t like to proclaim things like saying it will be better because it might or it might not. It’s just that nowadays, people demand a lot more music. It’s not how it used to be when you didn’t need to put out so much music. But I’ve learned that each week, there are new sounds, new rhythms, new technology, new artists, and you have to evolve. Odisea made an impact, but the people want more music.”

Watch the interview, which was conducted in Spanish, below.

Related: Watch Anuel AA’s ‘Brindemos’ Video Feat. Ozuna

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