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DEVILLE PODCAST 225 TRACKLIST
1. Bon Jovi, Ape Drums, Denzel Curry – Living On A Prayer (Deville Edit)
2. Gammer – The Drop (Gent & Jawns Remix)
3. Laidback Luke, Twoloud, Sheni Doku – Fuckin’ Beats (GUNR Edit)
4. Travis Scott, Wanna Wake – Sicko Mode (Deville Edit)
5. Lil Jon, Nevin, Richy George, Chow Mane – What You Gon’ Do (Deville Edit)
6. Faustix – Samba (Original Mix)
7. Climax, Acraze – Mesa Que Mas Pull Up (Juicebox Edit)
8. 4B, Teez – Whistle (PuroWuan Remix)
9. Alice DeeJay, Jauz, DJ Snake – Better Off Alone vs Gassed Up (CRG Edit)
10. Yo Gotti, Nicki Minaj – Rake It Up (DJ Taj & DJ Diamond Kuts Remix)
11. Tyga – Taste (DJ Smallz 732 Remix)
12. 6ix9ine, Nicki Minaj – FEFE (DJ Lil Man 973 & West End Tricks Remix)
13. ASAP Ferg – Plain Jane (DJ Merks Remix)
14. Aretha Franklin – Respect (DJ Jayhood Remix)
15. Cardi B – I Like It (DJ Lil Kel Remix)
16. Dembowyz – Yo Quiero Platano (Original Mix)
17. Matt Waro – The Don (Original Mix)
18. Yo Majesty & Smoke Illson – Club Action (Faiken Cerdoteo Refix)
19. Lil Troy, Dr. Dre, Los XL – Wanna Be A Moombahton Baller (Deville Bootleg)
20. Kelis – Milkshake (Maznoize Flip)
21. Nas ft Bravehearts – Oochie Wally (Damian Avila Remix)
22. Timbaland – Indian Flute (DJ Pancho Hype Edit)
23. Rupee, Zaeden, Dyna – Tempted To Touch (Deville Moombah Edit)
24. Charlie Puth – Done For Me (Nayyz & Partyweeknd Remix)
25. Sean Paul, Sargo & Sento – Gimme The Light (Deville OG vs Remix Edit)
26. DJ Katch ft Ce’Cile & Shane Eli – Wildfire (Original Mix)
27. Tyga, David Banner – SWISH (Deville Throwback Edit)
28. YG, 50 Cent – Big Bank (Deville Party Break Intro)
29. Dreezy – Where Them $ @
30. Beatking – BDA
31. Valee ft Jeremih – Womp Womp
32. Yung Joc, Diplo – It’s Going’ Down (JaeBea Bootleg)
33. Cardi B – Bickenhead
34. Travis Scott, DJ Assault – No Bystanders (Deville Wordplay Edit)
35. G-Eazy, Huey – Drop (Club Killers Pop & Lock Edit)
36. Drake – Nonstop (Awoltalk Remix) – Deville Edit
37. GTA, Banda Machos, 2DLQTZ, Spag Heddy – Saria’s Back2Front Quince (Juicebox Edit)
38. Woogie & Chuwe – Kulikitaka (Original Mix)
39. Hardwell & MAKJ – Countdown (Acapella)
40. Daft Punk – One More Time (Kodat Remix)
41. Tujamo – Boom (DJ Hood Remix)
42. Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa – One Kiss (R3HAB Remix)
43. Deorro, MAKJ, Quentin, Bingo Players, Felguk – Knockout Rattle (Deville Bootleg)
44. Famous Dex – Japan (Cheyenne Giles & Knock2 Remix)
45. Lady Bee & Amy Miyu – Bag It (Original Mix)
46. Bhaskar, Kohen – Put Your Number (Club Mix)
47. Born Dirty ft Anna Lunoe – Badass (Original Mix)
48. Nico de Andrea – The Shape (Kryder Remix)
Reloop TAPE 2 – The Digital Mixtape for DJs
There’s no denying the appeal of the original Tape. But it was flawed. Thankfully some of those flaws are fixed, but issues remain, and for me they’re exacerbated by the price increase.
But you don’t need to spend several hundred to capture audio off the back of a mixer. For example — Zoom, Olympus, and Tascam make recorders with all the features of Tape 2, and with built in microphones and screens for ease of use too.
One thing to be aware of is that depending on the port you connect to on the back of your mixer or controller, it might be a bit hot for some recorders. A simple attenuator deals with this issue.
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SiriusXM to Acquire Pandora in $3.5 Billion Deal
In a blockbuster deal sure to shake up car audio, SiriusXM announced on Monday that it will acquire Pandora in an all-stock transaction valued at $3.5 billion, creating an industry leading digital audio company with excess of $7 billion in expected pro-forma revenue this year. The companies said both popular services and brands — SiriusXM’s car-based satellite radio service and Pandora’s radio and music-streaming offerings — will remain in place following completion of the transaction.
The acquisition will, however, see large scale cross-promotion between SiriusXM’s base of 36 million subscribers and Pandora’s 70 million monthly active users, plus it is expected to leverage the satellite radio giant’s programming with Pandora’s various tiers to create special subscription packages. And on the heels of Toyota’s decision to remove Pandora (and some other apps) from its Entune infotainment audio system, SiriusXM’s close relationships with auto companies is seen as key to driving Pandora’s in-car distribution.
In prepared comments, Meyer said, “We have long respected Pandora and their team for their popular consumer offering that has attracted a massive audience, and have been impressed by Pandora’s strategic progress and stronger execution. We believe there are significant opportunities to create value for both companies’ stockholders by combining our complementary businesses. The addition of Pandora diversifies SiriusXM’s revenue streams with the U.S.’s largest ad-supported audio offering, broadens our technical capabilities, and represents an exciting next step in our efforts to expand our reach out of the car even further.”
Meyer added, “Through targeted investments, we see significant opportunities to drive innovation that will accelerate growth beyond what would be available to the separate companies, and does so in a way that also benefits consumers, artists, and the broader content communities. Together, we will deliver even more of the best content on radio to our passionate and loyal listeners, and attract new listeners, across our two platforms.”
The transaction, which is subject to approval by Pandora stockholders, has already been given a unanimous thumbs-up by SiriusXM’s board of directors and Pandora’s independent directors and is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019. The acquisition is also pending anti-trust approval, as well as other closing conditions.
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Independent Artists Can Now Upload Their Music Directly to Spotify
If you’re a musician who’s not signed to a record label, and you want your music on Spotify, you’ve historically had to pay for the services of a third-party distributor like TuneCore or CD Baby to push your albums onto the streaming service. Now, Spotify is circumventing those middlemen and allowing independent artists to upload their music directly for free, Billboard reports.
The new feature has already been tested non-publicly by a small group of artists, including Noname, who apparently used the new Spotify for Artists service to publish her acclaimed new album Room 25. It’s now in beta mode, available “by invitation to a few hundred US-based independent artists” according to the company, with plans to launch a wider service in the future. The service allows artists to set release dates and metadata, just like they would using a distributor, and does not place limits on the frequency or amount of uploads. Royalties will be paid monthly to participating artists via Stripe.
The new service could mark a significant change in the way that independent artists release their music. Most obviously, it threatens the business of the aforementioned third-party distributors, though they do maintain the advantage of allowing access to other streaming services and download stores like Apple Music and Google Play. If Spotify eventually opens the feature up to the general public, it’s also probably not great news for sites like Bandcamp and Soundcloud, whose appeal rests in part on the fact that they’re free and easy to use. Finally, as Billboard points out, Spotify’s recent moves to work directly with unsigned artists could be viewed as an encroachment on the territory of traditional record labels.
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Snoop Dogg Gets Angry & Says FU%K Donald Trump & FU%K Kanye West
Snoop Dogg is never one to bite his tongue when it comes to talking about politics and during an upcoming interview with DJ Suss One on Sirius XM, the west coast legend had some choice words for President Donald Trump and Kanye West.
After the host brought up Trump’s name and said a lot of listeners don’t like when he talks bad about the president, Snoop interrupted him and told him that a lot of his fans are racist then. “I tell ‘em straight up muthafucka. If you like that nigga [Trump] you muthafuckin’ racist. Fuck you and fuck him. Now what?” the rapper said.
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Pioneer XDJ RR – Demo & Review
The Pioneer XDJ RR is an all in one DJ unit that also works with Rekordbox performance mode. In this review and demo we will give you a walkthrough of the unit, how its features work and then compare it to other products like the XDJ RX2 and DDJ 1000.
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Video: Eminem – “Lucky You”
Eminem’s video for “Lucky You” featuring Joyner Lucas has dropped. The song comes from his latest surprise album Kamikaze and follows the video for the controversial track “Fall,” featuring Justin Vernon, in which Eminem goes on a rampage against Pitchfork, former associate Joe Budden, and Tyler the Creator, among others. “Lucky You” follows a similar critique of current rappers: “We need Three Stacks ASAP and bring Masta Ace back / Because half of these rappers have brain damage / All the lean rappin’, face tats, syruped out like tree sap,” he raps on the track.
Executive produced by Dr. Dre and Eminem himself, Kamikaze also credits Kendrick Lamar as a writer on “Greatest” and Little Dragon on “Normal,” with added features from Jessie Reyez on “Good Guy,” Royce da 5’9 on “Not Alike,” and adds the track “Venom” from the upcoming Marvel movie of the same name. Eminem recently sat down with Sway on his YouTube channel to talk about his feud with Machine Gun Kelly, why he released Kamikaze as a surprise, and the response to his 2017 album Revival.
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David Morales Calls Out Kanye West For Stealing His Bassline
Grammy award-winning producer and NYC house pioneer David Morales has accused Kanye West of lifting the bassline from his 1991 remix of Alexander O’Neal’s ‘What Is This Thing Called Love’ for the rappers most recent collaboration with Lil Pump, ‘I Love It’.
In an Instagram video, Morales plays out the bassline in question and states that no one from West’s team sought to clear the sample with him. “Nobody asked me any permission, nobody gave me any love, no points, no royalty, not even a coupon to Walmart,” says the house legend. “I’m going on record – this is my bassline.”
Kanye West’s team has yet to respond to David Morales’ accusation.
Listen to David Morales’ 1991 production and Kanye West’s most recent single below to hear the bassline in question.
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Video: Nicki Minaj – “Barbie Dreams”
Nicki Minaj has released a new video for her incendiary Queen track “Barbie Dreams,” a Notorious B.I.G. flip in which Minaj insults a long list of male rappers who she claims are desperate to sleep with her. The video is directed by legendary hip-hop music video auteur Hype Williams, and is loosely based around a Muppet-Show-like (or perhaps more Crank-Yankers-like) concept, with cameos from puppet approximations of some of the men mentioned on the track, including Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, and 50 Cent. Minaj dons a variety of outlandish outfits and hair colors and sneers her verses into the camera.
While the song is one of Minaj’s album’s more entertaining moments, the charge feels a bit less playful in the wake of her Queen Beats 1 radio broadcasts (which sometimes include nominating a so-called “Cocksucker of the Day”) and the fallout from her album release cycle which found the rapper and singer calling out Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, streaming services, media outlets, and more for allegedly preventing Queen from reaching the number one spot on the charts. This past weekend, Cardi B and Nicki Minaj got into a physical altercation at a New York Fashion Week event. The scuffle inspired Minaj to criticize Cardi’s career, postpartum behavior, rapping abilities, relationship with Offset, and more on her radio show yesterday.
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New TRAKTOR KONTROL S4
Wow — busy day around here, and for Native Instruments too. But the eons of waiting for any word on Traktor activity is over. We’ve covered off Traktor Pro 3 and the new entry-level focussed Traktor Kontrol S2 MK3. Now we have one last one for the GAS sufferers — as expected, the Kontrol S4 MK3 is here, and with it comes something we hadn’t expected to see – motorised jog wheels with actual haptic feedback. Yes, it’s like PlayStation controller and smartphone touch feedback.
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Chris English on Club Killers Radio
Babey Drew ft Bunji Garlin – In The Air (Acapella)
Henry Fong – POM POM
Jack U – Jungle Bae (Diggz Calabria Flip)
Wuki – Pon De Time
Fedde Le Grand – Bump N Shake
Cleptomanics – All I Do (Bump & Flex Dancefloor Dub)
Tiesto & Sevenn ft Gucci Mane – Boom
Khia vs Krajno – My Neck My Sax (Deville Blend)
Missy Elliot vs DJ Snake – Get Ur Freak On Riddim (Scooter Blend)
Enrique Iglesias – Move To Miami (Nitti Gritti Remix)
Rihanna ft Chris Brown – Birthday Cake (DJ Smerk Mayhem Bootleg)
Sister Nancy vs Lauren Hill – Never Lost (Wick-It Remix)
Amara La Negra – What A Bam Bam (Tall Boys Bootleg)
Drake – My Feelings
Tyga – Taste (Childsplay Remix)
Rihanna vs 5AM – Run This Town Not Your Dope (Blend)
Cardi B & J Balvin – I Like It (Dillon Francis Remix)
Kendrick Lamar – M.A.A.D City
Kendrick Lamar – Humble
Kendrick Lamar – Humble (Flip & Hatz Remix)
Wuki vs DJ Snake – DADADADA (Wuki Propaganda Bootleg)
D.R.A.M – Broccoli (Made Monster Remix)
Bruno Mars vs Ookay – That’s What I Like Thief (Kaos VIP Mash)
Post Malone – Congratulations (Dzeko Remix)
Rihanna vs Tiesto & Dzeko – We Found Jackie Chan (Mash)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs vs DJ Snake – Heads Will Roll Ill (Diggz Frankenstien Edit)
Big Shaq – Man’s Not Hot (Dirty Palm Remix)
Dirty Palm & Jay Eskar – Splash
Merk & Kremont ft Kris Kiss – GANG
Chainsmokers – Don’t Let Me Down
T Pain vs Jack U – Buy U A Drink (Jamil Trap Bootleg)
Kanye West vs Diplo – Good Life Get It Right (FAED Bootleg)
Post Malone – Rockstar (Anthem Kings VIP Blend)
Pendulum – The Island Pt 1 (Skrillex Remix)
Genuine – Pony (illstrtd Remix)
Watch Meek Mill Talk Prison Reform
Meek Mill was a guest and performer on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night. Before his performance, he sat with Fallon and continued his advocacy on behalf of prison reform. He shared his story of going through the judicial system and his continuing fight for justice alongside Philadelphia Sixers co-owner Michael Rubin. Afterwards, Meek was joined by Jeremih and PnB Rock for a performance of his track “Dangerous,” off of his latest EP Legends of the Summer.
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