Renowned Latin DJ/producer Sak Noel connects with DJ Spider on this week’s episode of The 20 Podcast. The Barnaton label founder discusses his approach to producing, his multicultural background, plus more.
Sak’s single “Tocame” with Salvi and Franklin Dam was recently re-released by Mad Decent in partnership with Barnaton and DJcity Records. It’s his second single on Mad Decent, the first being the 2016 hit “Trumpets” with Sean Paul and Salvi.
Watch the interview above. An audio version of the podcast is also available on all major platforms.
Sak Noel performing at Sucia Bonita in Los Angeles. (Source: Facebook)
To celebrate the release of Sak Noel, Salvi, and Franklin Dam‘s Latin house single “Tocame,” Barnaton and DJcity have collaborated on a remix challenge. Aspiring producers have until April 24, 2020 for their chance to win a slot on the official “Tocame” remix pack.
To enter and receive stems for the remix, applicants must send an email to email@example.com with their full name, stage moniker, age, and Instagram handle. Five winners will be selected via live stream to be a part of the official remix pack.
In this week’s episode, Latin producer and Barnaton Records founder Sak Noel joins the MikiDz Podcast crew. The guys discuss branding yourself as an artist, Sak’s track “Tocame” with Salvi and Franklin Dam, and more.
The MikiDz Podcast is a talk-show that discusses news and topics in the DJ and nightlife industries. It is hosted by MikiWAR, DJ Dainjazone, and DJ Rell. The MikiDz Show, which is also hosted by Miki and Dainjazone, features live performances from the world’s most-skilled DJs.
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In the visual, Sak and the crew are seen having a good time while traveling the globe and performing at festivals. “Tocame,” which is a collaboration between Barnaton and DJcity Records, hit No. 14 on DJcity’s Top 50 chart for December.
Watch the video above and stream the song on all major platforms here.
Sak Noel, Salvi, and Franklin Dam. (Source: Sak Noel)
Download “Tocame” exclusively on DJcity.
Sak Noel at The Grand Boston on May 27, 2019 (Credit: Chris Lavado)
Spain’s Sak Noel, Jamaica’s Konshens, Mexico’s Mario Bautista, and Ecuador’s Franklin Dam have teamed up for a global bilingual anthem, “Stay High.” It is currently available as an exclusive on DJcity.
“Stay High” isn’t the first time Sak has collaborated with a Jamaican artist. In 2016, the Barcelona DJ/producer enlisted Sean Paul for their hit single “Trumpets.” Two years later, Sak recruited RDX for “Mash up the Place.”
“After so many club bangers, I wanted to create something more personal, melodic, and epic,” Sak says.
Preview “Stay High” below and download it exclusively on DJcity.
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