TBT Hits

Beatsource’s ‘TBT Hits’ for Jan. 2

Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes
Busta Rhymes

Check out this week’s TBT Hits below.

Busta Rhymes – Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See
One of the most recognized beats of ’90s hip-hop and one of Busta’s biggest party hits to date.

Amerie – 1 Thing
This 2000s R&B party classic is a staple for many DJs.

a-ha – Take on Me
A classic new wave tune with an iconic music video.

Kid Cudi ft. MGMT & Ratatat – Pursuit Of Happiness Extended – Steve Aoki Remix
A hard-hitting electro remix that the crowd will sing along to.

El General – Pu Tun Tun
A dance floor classic from one of the fathers of “reggae en Español.”

QQ ft. Venomous – One Drop
This was the biggest party track in Jamaica in 2013.

DJcity‘s subscription service has always focused on new music, including exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, the new digital music service from DJcity and Beatport, offers both new and old tracks. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource has a weekly series called TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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The Black Eyed Peas

The Black Eyed Peas
The Black Eyed Peas

Check out this week’s TBT Hits below.

Joe Budden – Pump It Up
Produced by Just Blaze, Budden’s breakout single is a must-play in any club set.

Jagged Edge ft. Nelly – Where the Party At
A club classic that feels like a celebration every time you hear it.

The Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling
Every DJ dropped this song at midnight on New Year’s Day 2009.

Don Omar – Salió El Sol
One of Don’s classic anthems.

Beenie Man – Who Am I
Perhaps the most famous dancehall record of all time.

Robin S – Show Me Love
An iconic house tune and instant dance floor filler.

DJcity‘s subscription service has always focused on new music, including exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, the new digital music service from DJcity and Beatport, offers both new and old tracks. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource has a weekly series called TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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DJ Snake

DJ Snake
DJ Snake

DJcity‘s subscription service has always focused on new music, including exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, the new digital music service from DJcity and Beatport, offers both new and old tracks. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource has launched a weekly series called TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

Check out this week’s TBT Hits below.

Kurtis Blow – Christmas Rappin’
Released in 1979, this was one of hip-hip’s first hits. It was also one of the genre’s first Christmas songs.

All-4-One – This Christmas
A familiar Christmas classic redone by a ’90s R&B group.

Brenda Lee – Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
This ’50s country rock smash is still a must-have for any Christmas party.

Jose Feliciano – Feliz Navidad
A Spanish-language anthem that has crossed over and will live on forever.

DJ Snake ft. Alesia – Bird Machine Jingle Bells Version
A twerked-out Christmas flip based on Snake’s break-out single.

Yellowman – This Christmas
A reggae classic by King Yellowman, taken from his 1998 album A Very, Very Yellow Christmas.

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Dr. Dre and Eminem

Dr. Dre and Eminem
Dr. Dre and Eminem

DJcity‘s subscription service has always focused on new music, including exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, the new digital music service from DJcity and Beatport, offers both new and old tracks. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource has launched a weekly series called TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

Check out this week’s TBT Hits below.

Eminem ft. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, & Xzibit – Bitch Please II
A monster collab between Slim Shady and some West Coast legends. R.I.P. Nate Dogg.

SWV ft. Wu-Tang Clan – Anything – Old Skool Radio Version
An undeniable party track from one of R&B’s most famous trios with help from The Wu.

Fergie – Big Girls Don’t Cry (Personal)
This track will get anyone into their feelings.

N.O.R.E. ft. Nina Sky, Gem Star, Daddy Yankee, & Big Mato – Oye Mi Canto
A classic reggaeton track that helped build a bridge between hip-hop and reggaeton in the early 2000s.

Billy Boyo – One Spliff A Day
This ’80s reggae hit was sampled by DJ Khaled on “Holy Mountain.”

River Ocean ft. India – Love & Happiness (Yemaya Y Ochùn)
The drums on this track are unforgettable.

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Lumidee

Lumidee
Lumidee

DJcity‘s subscription service has always focused on new music, including exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, the new digital music service from DJcity and Beatport, offers both new and old tracks. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource has launched a weekly series called TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

Check out this week’s TBT Hits below.

Eve, Gwen Stefani – Let Me Blow Ya Mind
A must-play in any hip-hop set.

Lumidee – Never Leave You (Uh Oooh, Uh Oooh)
A dancehall-influenced R&B hit from 2003 that will always get the party singing.

Daddy Yankee, N.O.R.E., Big Mato, Gem Star – Oye Mi Canto
This 2000s reggaeton anthem was one of the first Latin tracks to crossover in the US mainstream.

Vybz Kartel ft. Gaza Indu – Virginity
A 2000s dancehall classic that was recently sampled by Rvssian for Krept & Konan’s hit, “First Time.”

Wham! – Last Christmas
A timeless classic to get you into the holiday spirit.

Ida Corr & Fedde Le Grand – Let Me Think About It
Great vocals and melody combine on this electro house hit.

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Wu-Tang Clan

Wu-Tang Clan
Wu-Tang Clan (Credit: Michael Lavine)

DJcity‘s subscription service has always focused on new music, including exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, the new digital music service from DJcity and Beatport, offers both new and old tracks. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource has launched a weekly series called TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

Check out this week’s TBT Hits below.

Wu-Tang Clan – C.R.E.A.M.
“Dolla dolla bill y’all!” Arguably the most iconic record by the Wu.

TLC – Creep
A ’90s R&B anthem that’s been remixed by numerous DJs globally.

Wisin & Yandel & Hector Bambino “EL Father” – El Telefono
This reggaeton club hit will not only get the dance floor going but also signing along.

Madonna – Holiday
A fitting anthem heading into the holiday season.

Aly-Us – Follow Me
You’ll get an instant crowd reaction when the first few notes hit.

Tanto Metro & Devonte – Everyone Falls In Love
This dancehall classic was sampled by Tory Lanez’s “LUV” and Daddy Yankee’s “Not A Crime.”

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