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Rogerson Remixes Zedd’s ‘Clarity’ Feat. Foxes: DJcity Exclusive


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Dutch DJ/producer Rogerson is back with another remix exclusively for DJcity. This time, it’s a refreshing, funky take on Zedd and Foxes‘ 2012 big room smash “Clarity.” The emotive dance ballad was a triple-platinum-selling hit that reached the top of Billboard’s Dance Music chart and was a top-10 charter on Billboard’s Hot 100.

“For me, Zedd is one of the greatest producers out there,” Rogerson says. “Because of that, it wasn’t easy to create a theme for this remix, as its original is so good already! I like dark deep sounds for my remixes, but this one wouldn’t fit… because of it’s musical key. So I made the choice to create something completely different, and I think it worked out really well!”

Preview Rogerson’s “Clarity” 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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Rogerson & Ray Montreal Remix Blackstreet’s ‘No Diggity’ Feat. Dr. Dre: DJcity Exclusive


Rogerson (left) and Ray Montreal (right). (Source: Rogerson and Ray Montreal).

DJcity fan favorite Rogerson has linked up with fellow Dutch producer Ray Montreal to flip Blackstreet‘s 1996 classic “No Diggity.” The Teddy Riley-produced track, which features Dr. Dre, hit the top spot on charts around the globe and has been certified platinum in the US, UK, and New Zealand.

“Me and Ray know each other for some time already, but we never did a musical collaboration,” Rogerson says. “After he asked me for feedback on his ‘No Diggity’ remix, we decided to combine forces. The R&B vibe really fits in modern house music, as it sounds tough and cool. On top of my bassline, we added Ray’s type of drum groove, which he uses on all his tracks. That’s what made the perfect picture.”

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Rogerson Remixes Major Lazer’s ‘Bam Bam’: DJcity Exclusive

Dutch DJ/producer Rogerson has delivered a remix of Major Lazer‘s “Bam Bam,” featuring French Montana and BEAM. This DJcity exclusive goes into tech-house territory with a pumping bassline.

The original track is from Music Is the Weapon,  Major Lazer’s just-released fourth album. It marks three years since hip-hop hitmaker Montana and the tropical bass trio collaborated on “Leg Over” featuring Mr. Eazi and Ty Dolla $ign. That song received the Nigeria Entertainment Award for “Hottest Single of the Year.”

“I was searching for a song that I could remix, when ‘Bam Bam’ took my eyes, as it was on #1 in the record pool,” Rogerson says. “It already had the Afro-type vibe that I like, but I wanted to combine that with some full tech-house sounds. I had to find the right way to transition between the styles, but I’m very pleased with the result!”

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Da Phonk & Rogerson Remix Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’: DJcity Exclusive


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Dutch duo Da Phonk and Rogerson‘s latest remix is a funky take on Jason Derulo‘s horn-heavy 2013 hit “Talk Dirty.” The duo’s latest DJcity exclusive remix maintains the groove of the original track while adding some fun moombahton flavor to the mix.

“We gave this classic banger a pumping 2020 touch with some fresh moombahton percussions, [and] groovy basslines!” the duo says. “Going back and forth on what was best for the track, we decided to keep a bit of the original beats just after the intro and create a heavy build-up towards a massive drop.” Rogerson continues, “We felt [like] keeping that original renowned saxophone melody and chopping it up a bit so the drop would really drive the energy at a higher level.”

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Rogerson Remixes Luniz’s ‘I Got 5 On It’: DJcity Exclusive


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Dutch DJ/producer Rogerson has returned with another remix exclusive for DJcity. Bay area rap duo Luniz‘s iconic 1995 hit “I Got 5 On It” gets a high-energy reworking, with the soulful hook providing the emotion for this peak-hour house banger.

“I Got 5 On It” was Luniz’ biggest song. The smoker’s anthem was a platinum-seller, plus a top-ten single on pop charts worldwide.

“As I came across this acapella, I knew exactly what type of sound would fit with this remix,” Rogerson says. “I took the original chords and made a bassline that would match with the spooky theme I was going for. As everyone recognizes the chorus, I only used that part of the vocal in the track.”

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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