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Nigerian Producer Masterkraft Remixes Justin Bieber’s Peaches’ Feat. Alpha P and Omah Lay

Nigeria-based producer Masterkraft has linked up with vocalists Alpha P and Omah Lay for a fresh, Afrobeats-flavored take on Justin Bieber‘s “Peaches.” Released in March, the track debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also hit the top slot on charts across the world, including Canada, Denmark, Australia, and more.

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Rupee’s ‘Tempted To Touch’ Remixed by Da Phonk and Robin Roij: DJcity Exclusive


Da Phonk (left) and Robin Roij (right). (Source: Da Phonk and Robin Roij)

Dutch DJs/producers Da Phonk and Robin Roij have teamed up once again, this time on a remix of the soca classic “Tempted To Touch” by Rupee. The Barbadian singer’s 2004 track was an international hit, making its way onto both the Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles charts.

“We always love playing this classic tune in our sets,” the duo noted. “So we both thought it’s time for a 2021 version with a heavy buildup towards a banging drop.”

Preview Da Phonk and Robin Roij’s “Tempted To Touch” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Wiz Khalifa’s ‘We Dem Boyz’ Remixed by Rogerson: DJcity Exclusive


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Dutch DJ/producer Rogerson is back with another remix exclusively for DJcity. This time around, he flips Wiz Khalifa‘s club classic “We Dem Boyz” into a pulsing, four-on-the-floor heater. The original track premiered in 2014 and made its way to the number four slot on Billboard’s US Hot Rap Songs chart.

“When I started making this track, I wanted to make every sound myself,” Rogerson says. “I started with the break, working towards a heavy sounding drop, like I always do. I really like creating dark and rough tracks like these!”

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Notch’s ‘Nuttin Nuh Go So’ Remixed by Da Phonk & Luis R: DJcity Exclusive


Da Phonk (left) and Luis R (right). (Source: Da Phonk and Luis R)

Dutchman Da Phonk and Colombia’s Luis R have teamed up for a remix of Notch’s 2001 reggae hit “Nuttin Nuh Go So.” Based on the same riddim behind Sean Paul‘s 2002 reggaeton anthem “Like Glue,” the duo imbues their remix with a fun, poppy feel.

Regarding the remix, Da Phonk and Luis R says that they “really enjoyed turning this classic dancehall tune into a bouncing 2021 remix,” because they both “love and play the original a lot!” Da Phonk says “on top of Luis’ bassline and chords, we added my type of drum groove and arrangement. That’s what made the perfect combination for this collaboration. We tried to create a new warm vibe so it will fit a little better in current 2021 sets with more energy and pumping beats.”

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SH8K Remixes Tiësto and Ty Dolla $ign’s ‘The Business Pt. II’: DJcity Exclusive


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San Diego-based DJ/producer SH8K is back with another exclusive remix, this time giving Tiësto and Ty Dolla $ign‘s “The Business, Pt. II” a thumping refresh. Just a month after its release, Tiësto’s and Ty’s revamp of last fall’s global top-five dance hit “The Business” has racked up over six million plays on Spotify.

SH8K notes that he “really enjoyed making this remix.” He adds that he “loved the original and thought it could use a little energy and some bounce.”

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Spryte Remixes Jay Sean’s ‘Do You Remember’ Feat. Sean Paul & Lil Jon: DJcity Exclusive


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Spryte is back with another DJcity exclusive, this time remixing Jay Sean, Sean Paul, Lil Jon‘s 2009 hit “Do You Remember.” Spryte adds a deep house groove to the track which, upon its release, hit the No. 10 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“I’ve really been digging Meduza‘s work lately, so I decided to take a stab at creating their iconic sound,” Spryte says. “After I had a solid idea of the track down, I exported the track to listen to it in my car. I always do this – I think it’s a great way to find flaws and experience how a listener would hear your track. After listening to it a solid 10-15 times, I switched back to the radio and they were playing Jay Sean’s ‘Do You Remember.’ I was like hold up! I put back on my track and started singing the Jay Sean lyrics over it and boom! The remix was born.”

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