Tuff Turf latest offering is a Deep, Housey remix of Ciara latest hit “Overdose”. The Tuff Turf duo consists of two veteran San Diego Club DJs. Angle & Este. Each has firmly established themselves in the San Diego nightlife scene.
Mostly playing open format gigs , the duo decided to get back to some of their “Djing Roots” and open opportunities to play some of their favorite styles of music. Their remixes and originals all have a similar sound and vibe. A Deep, Vocally, Nu-Disco, House feel. This “hybrid” has quickly gained support from artists such as Cajoline, Le Youth, & Steed Lord just to name a few.
Although Will Smith has been busy making kids and stuff (his words), he had time last week to drop his first guest track in a decade. The release prompted a visit to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show, where the former Fresh Prince dished about more new music, his movie career, and what the heck is happening with that on-again-off-again, long-awaited Bad Boys sequel. Read on for highlights.
On his stash of other forthcoming jams:
I’m pretty much poppin’ in the studio every day, and I’m looking for artists to collaborate with, and I’m trying to find that voice. I have so many things that I wanna say, and I’m struggling with saying them in a way that fits the flavor of music that I tend to like. I’ve got a lot of young artists and young philosophers trying to help me extract the ideas from my mind and my heart. But I probably have 30 songs — six to seven that I really, really like.
On a potential tour with DJ Jazzy Jeff (full details currently unavailable, but it’ll likely be a result of all that new music):
I’m hoping this summer is the first time we go out on a full world tour. I’m terrified.
On how he gets over creative fear (a.k.a., how he got over the After Earth ordeal):
After Earth was really the first time I had a massive, public execution, a thoroughly and completely accepted failure. But with that, that Monday morning, I got right on the treadmill … top of the year, I jumped out of an airplane. I was like, No fear. Anything I’m scared of, I’m attacking. I just got back into the mindset of being comfortable to go out there and fall on my face. If you’re not willing to fall on your face, you can’t create on a high level.
On the next Bad Boys:
There’s a very, very, very strong possibility that you will be seeing a Bad Boys within the next 12 to 16 months.
You can watch the whole interview, which also includes bits about age in hip-hop, Jaden, Willow, Suicide Squad, and Smith’s general creative process, here:
From singing Scottish ladies to mind-bending body contortionists, the worldwide Got Talent series never fails to pull out impressive and surprising auditions. South Africa’s Got Talent has now hit the headlines with a performance from a three year old toddler, who threw down an impressive set on the old ‘ones and twos’.
We’ve reported on DJ Arch Jnr. before, and previously wished him success in his future career. Who knew that less than a year later, the young selector would power his way through South Africa’s Got Talent audition stage, by winning the crowd over and getting the coveted ‘Golden Button’.
We all know he didn’t really do much as a DJ but it’s pretty awesome for a 3 year old right? Hot-cues and cross-fades abound as DJ Arch Jr. works up the crowd and looks completely nonplussed by the whole ordeal, just like the cool dude he is. So crazy that a crowd can be so entertained by so little, but I guess it’s very similar to the type of people who go see this big edm “acts” put their hands up.
David Miller (Via YourEDM)
There have been rumors about Will Smith’s imminent return to the rap game, and now a decade later, it’s finally here. Smith has provided a remix to “Fiesta,” a hit song by the Colombian electronic group Bomba Estéreo. According to Billboard, he heard the song while in Colombia and was struck by its dynamic combination of uptempo beats with Latin rhythms.
“When I was told that Will Smith wanted to collaborate on a remix with Bomba, I couldn’t believe it,” said Simón Mejia of Bomba Estéreo. “This opportunity to work with Will was beyond anything we have dreamed of. It’s not a traditional featuring—it’s just magic.”
Meanwhile, the former “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” is working on a reboot of his popular ’90s sitcom and has reportedly been in the studio with Kanye West and Drake.
01. Selena Gomez – Good For You (Club Killers Remix)
02. Rich Homie Quan – Flex (Ooh Ooh Ooh) (Club Killers 100-82 Transition)
03. Notorious B.I.G. – Hypnotize (Deville Party Break Intro)
04. Justin Bieber vs Azzido Da Bass – What Do You Mean (Deville Epic Future House Bootleg)
05. Hit The Quan vs I Think They Like Me (Deville Wordplay Trans)
06. Jason Derulo – Pull-Up
07. Fetty Wap – 679
08. Tujamo & Danny Avila – Shake That Cream (Alex Dreamz Mash)
09. Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean (Deville Club Friendly Rework)
10. Eazy-E – Boyz N Tha Hood (Club Killers Remix)
11. Marvin Gaye vs Nelly & Jeremih – The Fix (Deville Throwback Intro Break)
12. Demi Lovato – Cool For The Summer (JD Live Electro Bootleg)
13. The Weeknd – The Hills (Alex Dreamz Mash)
14. Travis Scott – Antidote
15. David Guetta – Love Is Gone (JD Live 2015 Bootleg Pack)
16. Ty Dolla vs Ricky Remedy – Blase (DJ Nasa Trap Flip)
17. Major Lazer & DJ Snake ft MO – Lean On (JD Live Bootleg Pack)
18. Travis Scott vs Reece Low – Antidote (Deville Melbourne Bootleg)
19. Metallica – Enter Sandman (JD Live Redrum)
20. Lil Jon – Get Loose
The top 20 tracks downloaded by ClubKillers.com members in September 2015.
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