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Freestyle’s ‘Don’t Stop The Rock’ Remixed by Mark Cutz: DJcity Exclusive

Mark Cutz

Mark Cutz
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21-year-old DJ/producer, Mark Cutz, has dropped a twerk rework of Freestyle‘s 1989 club staple “Don’t Stop The Rock” The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

“I really wanted to bring this break-dance classic back to life by turning its super dope melody into a twerk drop,” the Dallas native says.

Cutz’s recent edit of Big Sean‘s “Bezerk” hit No. 41 on DJcity’s Top 50 chart for September.

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.

Preview his “Don’t Stop The Rock” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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K7’s ‘Come Baby Come’ Remixed by OJKB and Da Phonk: DJcity Exclusive


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DJ/producer Da Phonk has joined forces with OJKB to rework K7‘s classic track “Come Baby Come.” The three producers put a moombahton twist on the throwback hip-hop hit, which is available exclusively on DJcity.

“The idea to do a cool [moombahton] bootleg of this song was already in my mind for a long time,” Da Phonk says. “We created a version that is playable in the sets of the 2019 urban DJs around the world.”

At the end of last year, OJKB dropped a remix of Kevin Lyttle‘s “Turn Me On,” which was one of DJcity’s most-downloaded tracks of December. Da Phonk’s club edits regularly end up on the chart as well, having had some of the most-downloaded tracks of July, August, and September.

Preview their “Come Baby Come” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Justin Credible Remixes DaniLeigh and Chris Brown’s ‘Easy’

Justin Credible

Justin Credible
Justin Credible at the JEWEL Nightclub in Las Vegas (Source: Facebook)

Los Angeles DJ/producer Justin Credible has dropped an uptempo remix of DaniLeigh and Chris Brown‘s R&B collab, “Easy.” The Los Angeles native is best known for being a member of the LA Leakers crew, which hosts the influential Liftoff show on Power 106.

“I’ve been vibing to [DaniLeigh’s] ‘EASY’ since she dropped it & I’m HYPE to release my own remix to it,” Justin wrote on Instagram. “Putting my touch on songs & creating remixes is something I’ve been wanting to do for a LONG TIME now and it’s a blessing to get my first one out!”

Stream his remix below and download it on DJcity.

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Martin Solveig and Dragonette’s ‘Hello’ Remixed by Mr. M!X: DJcity Exclusive


Mr. M!X in Groningen, Netherlands. (Credit: DUGUNEH)

Mr. M!X, a 20-year-old Dutch DJ/producer, has put a fresh spin on of Martin Solveig and Dragonette‘s pop hit “Hello.” The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

Upon its release in 2010, the track hit number one on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart. It also topped charts throughout Europe and was eventually certified platinum by the RIAA.

Mr. M!X’s tracks have already seen success on DJcity. His remix of Diana Ross‘”Upside Down” was one of DJcity’s most downloaded tracks of March.

Preview his “Hello” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Ja Rule’s ‘Always On Time’ Remixed by Richastic: DJcity Exclusive


Richastic at WON in Nuremberg, Germany. (Source: Facebook)

German DJ/producer Richastic is back with a remix of Ja Rule‘s 2001 hit “Always On Time” featuring Ashanti. The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

Upon its release, the track peaked at No. 4 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Richastic’s remix adds a modern touch while retaining many of the track’s original elements.

“[It] is a song that’s still included in many DJ’s tracklists because it’s a timeless throwback,” Richastic says. “It was time for a new version that gives it a brand new edge!”

Preview the track below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Kanye’s ‘Dark Fantasy’ Receives Future Bass Remix From Cutswell and Squared

Cutswell

Cutswell
Cutswell at The Empire Room in San Francisco (Source: Facebook)

Arizona DJ/producers Cutswell and Squared have delivered a future bass remix of Kanye West‘s 2010 anthem, “Dark Fantasy.” The duo’s creative rework breathes new life into the Yeezy classic, making it playable in club and festival environments.

Born in Boston and based in Scottsdale, Cutswell holds residencies across the US, including in Chicago, Miami, and San Diego. He has also been involved with high-profile events, such as the NBA All-Star Weekend and Red Bull 3Style.

Squared serves as a mixer at Phoenix’s Power 98.3 hip-hop and R&B station.

Stream their “Dark Fantasy” remix below and download it on DJcity.

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