TBT Hits

‘TBT Hits’ for July 9

Laidback Luke

Laidback Luke
Laidback Luke

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

50 Cent ft. Nate Dogg – 21 Questions
Fiddy connects with the late Nate Dogg on a smooth, introspective 2000s classic.

Monica & Brandy – The Boy Is Mine
A ’90s love anthem by two of the era’s biggest R&B artists

The Killers – Mr. Brightside
The band’s breakout hit features an iconic guitar riff and catchy lyrics.

Wynter Gordon – Dirty Talk (Laidback Luke Remix)
Luke’s signature remix has been a staple among dance DJs for years.

Don Omar – Dale Don Dale
A classic reggaeton record from the Don that can start the party and keep it going.

P Square ft. Akon – Chop Dat Money (Remix)
Akon remixed this uptempo afro-pop song from the early afrobeats artists and Konvict Musik duo.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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‘TBT Hits’ for July 2

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg
Snoop Dogg

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

Snoop Dogg – Who Am I (What’s My Name)?
A timeless West Coast record produced by Dr. Dre and samples George Clinton.

Mario – Let Me Love You
Singer Mario and legendary producer Scott Storch connect for one of the biggest R&B hits of the 2000s.

Miley Cyrus – Party in the U.S.A
The singer’s catchy pop tune sets the mood for a 4th of July celebration.

Ultra Nate – Free (Mood II Swing Remix)
A classic upbeat house anthem with a vibrant hook, perfect to celebrate Independence Day.

Toño Rosario – Kiliki Taka Ti
This merengue track was a global hit and was sampled by Steve Aoki and Play-N-Skillz on “Dale Cintura”.

Louie Rankin – Typewriter
The late artist’s biggest record, released in 1991 and later remixed by Trackmasters.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

‘TBT Hits’ for June 25

John Legend

John Legend
John Legend

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

Cam’Ron ft. Juelz Santana – Hey Ma
Killa Cam and Juelz represent Dipset with this smooth, club-friendly hit from the 2000s.

John Legend – Used to Love U
The singer’s soulful debut single was co-written and produced by Kanye West.

Justin Timberlake ft. Timbaland – SexyBack
JT and Timbo created this monster hit known for its catchy hook and dancy, upbeat tempo.

Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, and Tujamo – Boneless
Three of dance music’s heavy-hitters collab on this in-your-face banger made for the dance floor.

Ivy Queen – Te He Querido, Te He Llorado
This reggaeton-bachata fusion track was a comeback hit record for the singer.

Buju Banton – Dickie
A risqué riddim from the artist’s 1992 album, Mr. Mention.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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‘TBT Hits’ for June 18

Westside Connection

Westside Connection
Westside Connection

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

Westside Connection – Gangsta Nation
An early 2000s hit by Ice Cube, Mack 10, and WC with the late Nate Dogg on the hook.

René & Angela – I’ll Be Good
This ’80s uptempo classic has been sampled numerous times.

Avril Lavinge – Sk8er Boi
A pop-punk anthem made for the ladies that’s fun to sing a long to.

Klubbheads – Kickin’ Hard
A classic Euro dance track that’s spawned a lot of remixes.

Angel & Khriz ft. John Eric and Gocho – Na De Na
This lively reggaeton club anthem always gets the dance floor moving.

Patra ft. Yo-Yo – Romantic Call
Dancehall and hip-hop blend seamlessly in this ’90s classic that gets your body moving.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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‘TBT Hits’ for June 11

Public Enemy

Public Enemy
Public Enemy

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

Public Enemy – Don’t Believe The Hype
The legendary group delivers a political anthem with sobering lyrics on a funky beat.

Lauryn Hill – Everything Is Everything
This uplifting record by L. Boogie delivers powerful lyrics, groovy drums, and DJ scratches.

Santana ft. Michelle Branch – The Game of Love
A classic from the renowned guitarist with Branch’s smooth vocals and lively instruments.

Byron Stingily – Get Up (Everybody)
A timeless house tune full of dance party energy with its soulful vocals and pulsing beat.

Oro Solido – Abusadora
An upbeat merengue classic featuring hand drums, accordion, horns, and more.

Dennis Brown – Revolution
A mid-tempo reggae anthem about fighting oppression and gaining freedom.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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‘TBT Hits’ for June 4

Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye
Marvin Gaye

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

Talib Kweli – Get By
Talib and Ye connect for a soulful and candid anthem about the harsh realities of the world.

Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On
A ’70s soul hit lamenting the woes of black America and the effects of police brutality.

The Black Eyed Peans – Where Is The Love?
A timeless pop record about a lack of love in the world and the search for why that is.

Richard Vission ft. Devon’e – Alright
A classic house record that uplifts with a positive message about caring for one another.

Daddy Yankee ft. Snoop Dogg – Gangsta Zone
El Jefe and Tha Doggfather collab for a reggaeton anthem about the realities of street life.

Bob Marley – Redemption Song
A protest song from Tuff Gong that interpolates Marcus Garvey’s “The Work That Has Been Done” speech.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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