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Watch A$AP Ferg’s ‘East Coast Remix’ Video

A$AP Ferg

A week after releasing the remix of his Still Striving single “East Coast,” A$AP Ferg has returned with a video for it. The grainy visual includes all six featured artists: Busta Rhymes, A$AP Rocky, Dave East, French Montana, Rick Ross, and Snoop Dogg.

“East Coast Remix,” which follows the original track featuring Remy Ma, is currently No. 5 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.

Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.

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Watch Rick Ross’ ‘Trap Trap Trap’ Video Featuring Young Thug and Wale

Rick Ross has dropped a video for “Trap Trap Trap,” the lead single off his newly released album, Rather You Than Me. The track, which features Young Thug and Wale, is currently number five on DJcity’s Hot Box chart. It was also included on this month’s edition of Trends.

Watch above and download the song on DJcity.

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Watch Skrillex & Rick Ross’ ‘Purple Lamborghini’ Video

To coincide with the premiere of Suicide Squad movie, Skrillex and Rick Ross have released a visual for “Purple Lamborghini,” the first song on the film’s soundtrack. The video takes place in Gotham City and features Skrill, Rozay, and the Joker, who is played by Jared Leto.

Watch above and download the track on DJcity. Also, check out DJ Cross’ “Purple Lamborghini” routine for DJcityTV, which also came out today.

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DJ Cross Performs Turntablism Routine Using Skrillex & Rick Ross’ ‘Purple Lamborghini’

DJ Cross, a finalist in the 2016 Red Bull Thre3style World Championship, has flipped Skrillex and Rick Ross‘ “Purple Lamborghini” in a new routine for DJcityTV. Cross was the 2016 Red Bull Thre3style Belgium Champion, a 2012 DMC World Champion (Team Category), and the 2011 IDA World Champion (Technical Category). “Purple Lamborghini” is currently number two on DJcity’s “Hot Box” chart.

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Skrillex Debuts New Track With Rick Ross

Skrillex performs at Holy Ship! in 2015. (Rukes)
Skrillex has collaborated with a wide range of artists throughout the years, from Damian Marley to Justin Bieber. He’s also had his share of hip-hop collaborations, including “El Chapo” (The Game), “No Chill” (Vic Mensa), and “Febreeze” (2 Chainz).
Now, a video has surfaced of Skrill dropping an unreleased song with Rick Ross during his set at Atlantic City’s WAV Nightclub on Saturday. It’s unknown when or if the track will be released, but fans have speculated that it could be featured in the upcoming DC Comics film, Suicide Squad (some of Ross’ verses reference the movie).
Watch the footage below.

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Rick Ross’ ‘Hustlin” Gets House Remix From Tuner & iLL

Rick Ross
Over the last year, Canada’s Tuner & iLL have made a name for themselves with forward-thinking house remixes of classic club songs. Their most popular release on DJcity, a rework of Dr. Dre’s “Next Episode,” was one of the most-downloaded songs of March. Now, the duo has returned with a g-house remix of Rick Ross‘ 2006 breakout single, “Hustlin’.”
Stream it below and download it on DJcity.

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Rick Ross Remixes Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’

Justin Bieber and Rick Ross
Rick Ross has remixed Justin Bieber’s hit single, “Sorry.” The Skrillex-produced song is number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 and was the fifth most popular on DJcity in 2015.
Stream Rozay’s remix below and download it on DJcity. Shout out to Bieber’s DJ Tay James for sending us the track.
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Exclusive: Red Cafe Drops ‘Making Me Proud’ Feat. Jeremih and Rick Ross

Red Cafe
New York rapper Red Cafe has connected with Jeremih and Rick Ross on “Making Me Proud,” the first single off his upcoming debut album. The beat was handled by League of Starz, who are best known for Rich Homie Quan’s “Walk Thru” and Problem’s “Like Whaaat.” Stream “Making Me Proud” below, and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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LMFAO Responds to Rick Ross Lawsuit

Earlier this year, rapper Rick Ross filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against LMFAO over their 2010 hit, “Party Rock Anthem.” According to court documents released by The Hollywood Reporter, LMFAO’s song is a derivative work and seeks to capitalize on Ross’ own hit, “Hustlin’.”
The lyric in question is “Everyday I’m shufflin’,” which Ross claims is a bite of his phrase, “Everyday I’m hustlin’.”
LMFAO begs to differ, though. According to Design & Trends, the duo filed court documents last week which ask for the suit to be dismissed. The documents state, “the lyrics of the composition ‘Party Rock Anthem’ tell a story and express a life philosophy completely opposite to the story and philosophy celebrated and espoused in ‘Hustlin.'”
So how much money could be involved?
The Inquisitr writes, “Ross and co-composer Jermaine Jackson are seeking an injunction and maximum statutory damages from LMFAO. While no figure was given, the damages could amount to a substantial amount considering the massive sales figures of ‘Party Rock Anthem,’ and its use in various films, TV shows, video games and advertisements. The phrase in question has also appeared on T-shirts and other items in LMFAO’s Party Rock Clothing line.”
Back in June, Redfoo of LMFAO told TMZ that a face-to-face meeting with Ross could end the disagreement. “I got love for Rick Ross, that’s real…and honestly I think it’s a misunderstanding,” he said. “I know if me and Rick got on the phone, if we met in person we would talk about some stuff…it’d be over, and I’m willing to do that.”
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Rick Ross Sues LMFAO Over “Party Rock Anthem”

Rapper Rick Ross has filed copyright infringement lawsuit against LMFAO over their 2010 hit single, “Party Rock Anthem.”
LMFAO’s chart-topper contains the lyrics “Everyday I’m shufflin'” which Ross claims is an illegal “derivative” of his phrase, “Everyday I’m hustlin’,” from his 2006 debut single.
Rick Ross says his phrase was important to the success of “Party Rock Anthem” which has sold 7.5 million copies and been licensed for numerous films, television programs, video games and more.
The lawsuit comes two weeks after Ross’ victory in a dispute with “Freeway” Ricky Ross. The famed drug dealer claimed Rick Ross’ persona was partly based on his likeness.
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