70 afro blanco

El pelo afro también es una de las insignias discotequeras junto con las gafas mosca. Podrás emplear también el traje de Elvis blanco, con el que se vestía a mitad de la década de los 70. Lo encontrarás en versión adulto y niño. Peluca años 70 Afro Color Negro. Combina tus disfraces con los mejores accesorios, como esta peluca realizada en pelo sintético estilo afro de color negro. Perfecta para tu disfraz estilo años 70 y que podrás usar en un montón de disfraces más. Check out Blanco y Negro Music on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs Promotion Myriam K. Blanco Black vous propose une nouvelle gamme de produits de lissage français, en partenariat avec Myriam K. Bénéficiez de nombreuses promotions: 130 € au lieu de 200 € pour les cheveux courts, 200 € au lieu de 250 € pour les cheveux mi-longs et 250 € au lieu de 300 € pour les cheveux longs.. Votre salon spécialisé en coiffure afro à Toulouse accueille une ... Transparente Negro y blanco. Imágenes relacionadas: mujer negro áfrica hombre mujeres ... 35 70 0. Personas Gente Negritos. 55 94 4. Dirección África. 13 20 2. Niñas Pequeñas. 4 1 1. Mujer Mujeres Modelo. 61 104 0. Oficina Adulto Equipo. 23 31 6. ... 285 Imágenes gratis de Afro Blanco fled back to Colombia, but it wasn’t long before she returned, this time to Miami. In the 80s, Blanco painted Miami white and red: white with cocaine and red with the blood of drug rivals ... Called 'The Dapper Don' for his love of fine suits and media coverage, John Gotti became the most powerful mob boss in America during the 1980s. Born in 1940 in Queens, New York, Gotti was known ... Retratos en Blanco y Afro, 9. Liliana Angulo. Colección Artistas Colombianos. Afro-Latin American or Black Latin American (sometimes Afro-Latino or Afro-Latinx) refers to Latin Americans of significant or mainly African ancestry. The term may also refer to historical or cultural elements in Latin America thought to have emanated from this community. [20] Contents. History; Racial and ethnic distinctions; Representation in the media Para los nacidos a partir de finales de los años 70 esas opciones ascienden hasta el 70%. Gloria y Leroy Griffith durante su boda celebrada en agosto de 1969, la primera pareja interracial que se ...

Traxsource Top 100 August 2020 DOWNLOAD

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  1. Joe T Vannelli, Eartha Kitt – Where Is My Man (Angelo Ferreri Deep Vocal Mix) 05:18 122bpm Amin
  2. Double Dee – Found love feat. Dany (Dimitri From Paris Club Mix) 07:18 125bpm D#min
  3. Mattei & Omich – Arpoador (Moon Rocket Remix) 06:59 122bpm G#min
  4. Loleatta Holloway – Runaway (Dr Packer Rework) 06:57 116bpm Bmin
  5. Allen Craig, Tobirus Mozelle – Never Alone (Nathan G Remix) 05:58 124bpm Amin
  6. Honey Dijon – Not About You feat. Hadiya George (Extended Mix) 06:36 126bpm Dmin
  7. Soulmagic – Soulmagic (Saison Extended Remix) 06:05 124bpm D#min
  8. Peri X, Doug Gomez, Steph Stylez – Little Closer (Original Mix) 06:39 122bpm D#min
  9. Diephuis, Shea Soul – Don’t Speak (Deep Vocal Mix) 07:32 123bpm Fmin
  10. DJ Aiblo – Pudding Pie (Original Mix) 04:26 115bpm Dmaj
  11. Dave Lee (FKA Joey Négrõ), The Sunburst Band – Big Blow (Moodena Remix) 05:57 123bpm Cmin
  12. David Morales, Elle Cato – And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going (Original Mix) 06:53 125bpm Fmaj
  13. Melba Moore – Just Doing Me (Terry Hunter Club Mix) 07:03 123bpm A#maj
  14. OFFAIAH – Play It By Ear (Club Mix) 06:09 122bpm D#min
  15. Groove Junkies, Solara – I Am (Groove Junkies, Reelsoul, Munk Julious Main Mix) 07:17 124bpm Amaj
  16. The Vision – Mountains feat. Andreya Triana (Joey Negro Live And Direct Extended Mix) 07:44 123bpm Emin
  17. Inaky Garcia, Aniurks – Del Callao (Original Mix) 06:56 123bpm Amaj
  18. Mike Dunn, N-You-Up – Jack My Body (David Penn Remix) 05:58 124bpm Fmaj
  19. Double Dee – Found Love feat. Dany (Micky More & Andy Tee Mix) 06:51 122bpm F#maj
  20. Veev – I’m Close (Original Mix) 05:16 124bpm Dmin
  21. Loni Clark – Rushing (Mood II Swing Dub – Harry Romero Edit) 05:51 123bpm Emaj
  22. Frankie Knuckles, Eric Kupper, Director’s Cut – Get over U feat. B. Slade (Tedd Patterson Extended Remix) 07:49 124bpm C#min
  23. Nitro DeLuxe – Let’s Get Brutal (Norty Cotto Afro Tech Remix) 05:53 123bpm Gmaj
  24. Thommy Davis – Hot Shot feat. Tasha LaRae, Sheila Ford (Original Mix) 09:24 124bpm Dmin
  25. Terry Hunter, Emskee – Season Of The Witch (Muzikman Edition Dream) 10:14 125bpm Fmin
  26. Makito – Tracks & Stuff (Original Mix) 06:50 124bpm Amin
  27. Giacca & Flores – If Your Girl (Original Mix) 05:25 118bpm Amin
  28. Aston Martinez, Marco Berto – Holdin’ On feat. Bryan Chambers (Club Mix) 07:09 122bpm Bmin
  29. The Sunburst Band – New York City Woman (Micky More & Andy Tee Jazz Mix) 08:07 123bpm Gmaj
  30. Christian Vila – Mystery With Me (Original Mix) 06:03 124bpm Amin
  31. Moon Rocket – Melting Pot (Re-Tide Extended Remix) 06:31 121bpm Amin
  32. Saison, Dominique Fils-Aimé – Show Me (Extended Mix) 07:30 123bpm A#min
  33. Nathan G – Love What U Got feat. Bastien (Original Mix) 06:13 124bpm Dmin
  34. Moon Rocket, LauMii, Blanco K – Funky Town (Original Mix) 04:58 119bpm Bmin
  35. Luisito Quintero, Louie Vega, Nina Rodriguez – Yemaya (Manoo’s Touch) 08:03 125bpm Bmaj
  36. David Penn – The Heat (Extended Mix) 05:59 122bpm Amin
  37. Copyright – He Is feat. Song Williamson (Alaia & Gallo Extended Remix) 06:32 125bpm Amin
  38. Tom Novy, Twism, Fil Straughan, Wavy dot. – Peace, Love, Unity (Original Mix) 07:50 123bpm D#maj
  39. T.Markakis – Need Your Love (Original Mix) 07:08 122bpm F#min
  40. Earl W. Green, Jacob Rodriguez – Love You Better (Original Mix) 06:50 123bpm Amaj
  41. DnA Studios, Chelsea Singh – Anthem feat. Kathy Brown (Original Mix) 06:41 125bpm Dmin
  42. South West Seven – Absolute (Sebb Junior Remix) 05:50 121bpm A#min
  43. The Shapeshifters – Finally Ready feat. Billy Porter (Extended Mix) 07:27 122bpm A#min
  44. Thommy Davis, Randy Roberts, Neal Conway – Darlin’ Darlin’ Baby (Sweet and Tender Love) (Original Mix) 06:49 122bpm Amaj
  45. Frankie Knuckles, Eric Kupper – Get over U feat. B. Slade (Director’s Cut Mix) 09:06 126bpm Amaj
  46. Kassian – 8th Movement (Original Mix) 07:39 126bpm Amin
  47. Larse – La Mola (Original Mix) 06:06 119bpm Dmin
  48. Steve Lacy, Love Regenerator – Live Without Your Love (Original Mix) 06:17 128bpm Bmin
  49. Dimitri From Paris, Aeroplane – Can’t Get Enough feat. Leela D (Exended Vocal) 06:42 123bpm Dmin
  50. Roger Sanchez, Oba Frank Lords – Alma Roja (DJ CHUS Remix) 05:58 125bpm A#min
  51. Seamus Haji, Kathy Brown – A Better Place (Extended Mix) 07:15 120bpm Fmin
  52. Moon Rocket – Melting Pot (Angelo Ferreri Extended Remix) 05:35 121bpm Amin
  53. Roberto Surace – Joys (Nic Fanciulli Club Re-Edit) 06:36 125bpm Amin
  54. Makito – Out The Hood (Original Mix) 06:31 124bpm Dmin
  55. Hyslop, Odyssey Inc. – Feel People Screamin’ (Extended Mix) 06:19 124bpm D#min
  56. Dutchican Soul, Stereosoulz – The Way (Extended) 06:02 122bpm Emin
  57. Jazzy Rossco – Got U (Original Mix) 05:12 124bpm Emin
  58. Yass – I Look To You feat. Francine Ealey Murphy (Jihad Muhammad & Shawn Lucas Bang The Drum Remix) 06:41 125bpm Amaj
  59. Mistosoul, Mvelo, Semusa – Do It (Original Mix) 06:18 123bpm G#min
  60. Nathan Adams – Sunset Ritual (Tribe Vocal) 05:10 119bpm Gmin
  61. Saliva Commandos, Kelly Diniz – Madrugada (Original Mix) 06:45 124bpm Amin
  62. Moreno Pezzolato – The Word Is Love (Extended Mix) 05:49 125bpm A#maj
  63. Risk Assessment – Bad Times (Original Mix) 07:19 120bpm Amaj
  64. Alex Peace, Brian Boncher, Jaxx Inc. – Let The Music (Original Mix) 05:39 125bpm D#min
  65. The Sunburst Band – New York City Woman (Micky More & Andy Tee Disco Mix) 06:40 123bpm Amin
  66. Mark Funk, Danny Cruz, Mirko & Meex – Keep On Groovin (Original Mix) 06:36 123bpm Cmin
  67. Joeski – Sacred Rhythm (Extended Mix) 06:47 125bpm Amin
  68. Moon Rocket – Melting Pot (Extended Mix) 05:32 121bpm Amin
  69. Davide Mazzilli – In My Head (Original Mix) 05:11 125bpm Dmin
  70. Andrea T. Mendoza, Alex Avenue, The Jackson Twinz – Sunday Morning (Original Mix) 08:06 121bpm D#min
  71. George Kelly, Vaudafunk – Just Call My Name (Original Mix) 05:44 124bpm Emin
  72. LeBaron James – Shake Your Body (Original) 06:16 123bpm Bmin
  73. Todd Terry, Louie Vega, D’borah – Keep Pumping It Up (Club Mix) 06:31 125bpm Amin
  74. Kenny Dope, Francis Overcast – I Ain’t (Kenny Dope Remix) 09:19 126bpm Bmin
  75. Roog – Kantuc (Original Mix) 04:52 124bpm A#min
  76. Malachi – Make It Funky (Original Mix) 05:51 120bpm Fmaj
  77. Luke Solomon – Love. Hope. Happiness feat. Amy Douglas, Queen Rose (Extended Happiness Mix) 07:15 124bpm A#min
  78. Qubiko – The Light (Original Mix) 05:15 124bpm Emin
  79. Norty Cotto – This Aint No Game (Norty Cotto Q Time Mix) 06:20 123bpm Cmin
  80. Roland Clark, John ‘Julius’ Knight – This Is House (Marco Lys Extended Remix) 06:28 125bpm Dmin
  81. CASSIMM – Rock It Now (Original Mix) 05:31 125bpm Amin
  82. Horse Meat Disco, Kathy Sledge – Jump Into The Light (Extended 12″ Mix) 06:58 115bpm Bmin
  83. Dale Howard – The Beat (Extended Mix) 06:31 125bpm D#min
  84. Prunk – Through The Walls (JT Donaldson Remix) 07:41 125bpm F#min
  85. Sheree Hicks, Deep Soul Syndicate – I Want Your Love (Original Mix) 06:10 123bpm Emin
  86. Louie Vega, The Martinez Brothers – Let It Go feat. Marc E. Bassy (Extended Mix) 07:38 130bpm Fmaj
  87. HP Vince – My Old Piano (Jackin Mix) 06:23 122bpm A#min
  88. Saliva Commandos – Dirty Socks (Main Mix) 06:40 124bpm C#min
  89. Colour Castle – Joy (Extended Mix) 04:07 124bpm Fmaj
  90. Sirhan – Le Flute (Original Mix) 04:50 120bpm A#min
  91. Le Babar – Friday People (Original Mix) 06:45 120bpm Fmin
  92. Re-Tide, Mattei & Omich – Dark Shadows (Extended Mix) 08:31 122bpm Amin
  93. Michael Gray – Take Me Back (84Bit Remix) 05:47 123bpm Bmin
  94. Larse feat. Charlie Sputnik – That Moment (Risk Assessment Remix) 05:25 124bpm Emin
  95. Fuminori Kagajo feat. Jaidene Veda – The Blue (Eric Kupper Remix) 07:16 121bpm Amin
  96. Lolita Santiago, Aisling Iris, Sol Brown – Like Summer (Sol Brown Remix) 07:30 124bpm Amin
  97. Diephuis, Shea Soul – Don’t Speak (Original Mix) 05:53 123bpm Fmin
  98. John Summit – Deep End (Extended Mix) 06:22 126bpm Bmin
  99. Per QX – Feed Me (Original Mix) 06:27 120bpm Amin
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2020.03.18 03:11 RemixBeat Crack 4 DJs [17-March-2020]

Deejay Technique x V.A. – 26 Min. ALT Rock Piss Break 16 [95-116] [DJ Mix] [Clean] 5A 110 DJ Allan x Aloe Blacc x Nothing But Funk – Look Up A Dollar [Get Down On It Blend Edit] [Clean] 1A 119 DJ Allan x Gwen Stefani x Missy Elliott – Hollaback Girl x Get Ur Freak On [Moombahton Bootleg Edit] [Dirty] 4A 108 DJ Allan x Lady Gaga – Paparazzi [Robby Mond & Kelme Remix] [Clean] 11A 126 DJ Allan x Lady Gaga – Stupid Love [Sergey Raf & ARROY Remix] [Clean] 6B 124 DJ Allan x The Pussycat Dolls – React [Vadim Adamov & Hardphol Remix] [Clean] 3A 124 DJ Allan x The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face [Kapral Extended Mix] [Clean] 8A 118 DJ Jeff x Ce Ce Peniston – Finally [Final DJ’s & JSquared Remix] [Clean] 10A 117 DJ Jeff x Deepdink, Pablo Oliver & Jordi Rivera – Same Deep Water [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 5A 128 DJ Jeff x DJ Snake, Eptic – SouthSide [Riot Ten Remix] [Clean] 4A 150 DJ Jeff x Eiffel 65 – Blue [GLINT x EPIIK Bootleg] [Clean] 6A 130 DJ Jeff x Flo Rida Vs. Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg – Low Episode [Mashup Redrum] [Clean] 2A 95 DJ Jeff x Frenna – Money Deh Yah [Da Phonk Club Edit] [Dirty] 10A 103 DJ Jeff x Jamelia – Superstar [Mixshow Redrum] [Clean] 2A 110 DJ Jeff x Jay Sean Vs. Siks – Down [Rivas 2K20 Bootleg] [Clean] 10A 130 DJ Jeff x King Deco Vs. Justin Bieber – Yummy [Castaway Mashup] [Clean] 8A 98 DJ Jeff x Lady Gaga Vs. David Puentez – Stupid Love [The Weekend Mashup] [Clean] 2A 126 DJ Jeff x Lady Gaga Vs. Tiesto & Dzeko – Stupid Love [Jackie Chan Mashup] [Clean] 2A 128 DJ Jeff x Lewis Capaldi Vs. Paul Kalkbrenner – Before You Go Vs. Sky & Sand [DJ’s From Mars Bootleg] [Clean] 5B 128 DJ Jeff x Rod Stewart – Hot Legs [70’s Quick Redrum] [Clean] 9B 114 DJ Jeff x Shannon – Let The Music Play [Rico Vadella Remix] [Clean] 5A 120 DJ Jeff x Smash Mouth – All Star [Mikey Sky Remix] [Clean] 2B 125 DJ Jeff x Yves Larock – Rise Up [DJ Timstar Private Remix] [Clean] 9A 124 DJ Kram x Alanis Morrisette – One Hand In My Pocket [80’s Redrum] [Clean] 9B 96 DJ Kram x America – Sister Golden Hair [Mixshow Redrum] [Clean] 1A 136 DJ Kram x Backstreet Boys – We’ve Got It Goin [90’s Hype Redrum] [Clean] 2A 114 DJ Kram x Bee Gees – For So Long [70’s Mixshow Edit] [Clean] 11B 99 DJ Kram x Bee Gees – Stayin Alive [Gonzalez Club House] [Clean] 4A 124 DJ Kram x Big Audio Dynamite – Rush [90’s Bmore Redrum] [Clean] 11B 124 DJ Kram x Body Slam – Body Slam [Old School Mixshow Edit] [Clean] 9A 115 DJ Kram x C-Bool – DJ Is Your Second Name [Bootleg House Dance Mix] [Clean] 8A 124 DJ Kram x Chic – Le Freak [90’s Funk Hype Redrum] [Clean] 8A 120 DJ Kram x Danzel – Pump It Up 2K20 [Bootleg Smashup] [Clean] 10A 128 DJ Kram x Felix & Jarvis – Flamethrower [Old School Funk Redrum] [Clean] 5A 124 DJ Kram x Five – Everybody Get Up [90’s Mixshow Edit] [Clean] 10A 97 DJ Kram x Jennifer Lopez – Play [Party In Mixshow Edit] [Clean] 1A 105 DJ Kram x Joe Public – Live & Learn [90’s Redrum] [Clean] 1A 113 DJ Kram x Linx – Siren [Peak Hour Bounce] [Dirty] 9A 128 DJ Kram x LMFAO – Im Sexy & I Know It 2K20 [Supreme Bootleg Smashup] [Clean] 9A 128 DJ Kram x Luca Giossi – Put Your Hands Together [Bootleg Smashup] [Dirty] 9A 128 DJ Kram x Nonsens – Make It Pop [Peak Hour Banger] [Dirty] 1A 126 DJ Kram x Ottawan – Hands Up [80’s Mixshow Redrum] [Clean] 4A 125 DJ Kram x Ottawan – It’s All The Music [80’s Mixshow Redrum] [Clean] 9A 123 DJ Kram x Phil & Good x Henry Fong – Mas Que Nada x Drop It Down 2K20 [Moombahton Smashup] [Clean] 4A 105 DJ Kram x Rihanna – Please Don’t Stop The Music 2K20 [P. Starter Electro Bootleg] [Clean] 11A 125 DJ Kram x Romy Monteiro – I Wanna Dance With Somebody [B-More Redrum] [Clean] 3A 128 DJ Kram x Sean Paul – Calling On Me [Top 40 Redrum] [Clean] 6A 100 DJ Kram x TAITO – I’m Still Bounce Hot [Electro Bootleg] [Dirty] 9A 128 DJ Kram x TAITO x Shaun Baker – Do It [Bootleg Smashup] [Dirty] 9A 128 DJ Kram x Taylor Swift – Only The Young [Top 40 Mixshow Edit] [Clean] 6B 95 DJ Kram x The Black Eyed Peas – Let’s Get It Started 2K20 [Moombahton Re-Boot Smashup] [Clean] 10A 110 DJ Mhark x Bad Bunny – Yo Perreo Sola [Redrum] [Dirty] 9A 97 DJ Mhark x Bad Bunny & Yaviah – Bichiyal [Redrum] [Dirty] 4A 94 DJ Mhark x Emir Pabon – Swing [Redrum] [Clean] 4A 91 DJ Mhark x Ir Sais & Rauw Alejandro – Dream Girl [Remix] [Redrum] [Clean] 8A 85 DJ Mhark x Jason Derulo – Wiggle [Quick Kutz] [Dirty] 8A 85 DJ Mhark x Laguna Pai – Smile [Redrum] [Clean] 10B 90 DJ Mhark x Ottawan – Hands Up [Give Me Your Heart] v.2 [Redrum] [Clean] 4A 123 DJ Mhark x Paloma Mami – Don’t Talk About Me [Redrum] [Clean] 3A 88 DJ Mhark x Shakira – Hips Don’t Lie 2K20 [Redrum] [Clean] 3A 100 DJ Mhark x Tina Charles – Fallin’ In Love In Summertime [Redrum] [Clean] 10A 91 DJ Nelson S x Albert Breaker – Mind Breaker [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 8A 126 DJ Nelson S x Anton Powers & Liam Hincks – Over You [Majestic Edit] [Clean] 3A 125 DJ Nelson S x Anton Powers & Liam Hincks – Over You [PBH & Jack Remix] [Clean] 3A 122 DJ Nelson S x Charlie Hedges & Eddie Craig – No Good For Me [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 8A 125 DJ Nelson S x Felix Jaehn – SICKO [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 9A 125 DJ Nelson S x Joel Corry – Sorry [Chloe Wilson Remix] [Clean] 1A 125 DJ Nelson S x Luca Debonaire, Christopher Nox – Rise Up [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 7A 126 DJ Nelson S x M-22 – Can’t Stop Loving You [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 2B 124 DJ Nelson S x Pussycat Dolls – React [Cash Cash Remix] [Clean] 3A 124 DJ Nelson S x Sir Ivan – Happy Together [Bimbo Jones Remix] [Clean] 11A 127 DJ Nelson S x Sir Ivan – Happy Together [Moto Blanco Remix] [Clean] 11A 124 DJ Nelson S x Tyga & Megan Thee Stallion – Freak [DJ Rocco & DJ Ever B Remix] [Dirty] 9A 106 DJ Surda x Alle Farben – Please Tell Rosie [Acapella] [Clean] 6B 122 DJ Surda x Alle Farben – Please Tell Rosie [Extended Edit] [Clean] 6A 122 DJ Surda x Alle Farben – Please Tell Rosie [Instrumental] [Clean] 6A 122 DJ Surda x Alle Farben – Please Tell Rosie [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 6B 122 DJ Surda x Bad Bunny – Si Veo A Tu Mamá [Extended] [Clean] 10B 130 DJ Surda x Bad Bunny – Si Veo A Tu Mamá [Extended] [Dirty] 10B 130 DJ Surda x Bad Bunny – Si Veo A Tu Mamá [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 10B 130 DJ Surda x Charly Black – Gyal You A Party Animal [Acapella] [Dirty] 9B 101 DJ Surda x Charly Black – Gyal You A Party Animal [Instrumental] [Dirty] 4A 101 DJ Surda x Daft Punk – Sugar To Dance [El Funka Mashup] [Clean] 3A 108 DJ Surda x Jason Derulo – Talk Dirty [Acapella] [Dirty] 11A 122 DJ Surda x Jason Derulo – Talk Dirty [Instrumental] [Dirty] 11A 100 DJ Surda x Katy Perry – Swish Swish [Acapella DIY] [Dirty] 5A 120 DJ Surda x Katy Perry – Swish Swish [Extended Edit] [Dirty] 4A 120 DJ Surda x Katy Perry – Swish Swish [Instrumental] [Dirty] 4A 120 DJ Surda x Katy Perry – Swish Swish [Radio Edit] [Instrumental] [Dirty] 4A 120 DJ Surda x Lost Frequencies Vs. Ariana Grande – Are You With Me! [One Last Time] [MixmstrStel Mashup] [One Last Time] [Clean] 4A 121 DJ Surda x Major Lazer – Light It Up My House [Simone C-DeeJay Mashup] [Extended Radio Edit] [Clean] 8A 108 DJ Surda x Major Lazer & Grandtheft – Number One [Extended Edit] [Clean] 5B 82 DJ Surda x Major Lazer & Grandtheft – Number One [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 5B 82 DJ Surda x Mr.K! – KIKI [Extended Edit] [Clean] 3A 115 DJ Surda x Mr.K! – KIKI [Orig. Mix] [Clean] 3A 115 DJ Surda x Shaggy – Luv Me, Luv Me [QH v.1 Edit] [Clean] 12B 98 DJ Surda x Shaggy – Luv Me, Luv Me [QH v.2 Edit] [Clean] 12B 98 Rich Rubillar x Afro B – Fine Wine & Hennessy [Nick Styles Redrum] [Clean] 11A 104 Rich Rubillar x Kamaiyah – Get Ratchet [Intro Dirty] 11A 98 Rich Rubillar x Kayla Rae – Get Close [Nick Styles Remix] [Clean] 7B 108 Rich Rubillar x Notorious B.I.G [Biggie Smalls] – Suicidal Thoughts [MUUS Remix] [Dirty] 11A 125 Steve D. x Bad Bunny – No Es Igual [Redrum] [Clean] 6A 117 Steve D. x Justin Bieber – Come Around Me [P. Starter Redrum] [Clean] 6A 158 Steve D. x Justin Bieber – Intentions [P. Starter Redrum] [Clean] 11B 98 Steve D. x Lauv – El Tejano [Redrum] [Dirty] 9A 134 Steve D. x Lauv – Lonely Eyes [Redrum] [Clean] 10B 95 Steve D. x Marten Hørger & Otosan – Feel So Right [Mixshow] [Clean] 10A 124 Steve D. x MEEKMATT x Bashment YC – Light [Redrum] [Clean] 8A 144 Steve D. x Molly Parton – California [Redrum] [Clean] 1B 117 Steve D. x Revise – Take Your Loss [Moombahton Mixshow] [Clean] 8A 117 Steve D. x Todd Terry, Tobtok, Richard Judge, Oliver Nelson – All Of Me [Mixshow] [Clean] 9A 124 Steve D. x Wisin & Yandel, Sech – Ganas De Ti [Reggaeton Mixshow] [Clean] 1A 93

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2020.03.09 03:46 RemixBeat Remix Pack [08-March-2020]

24KGoldn – Valentino [Ookay Remix] [Dirty] 8A 151 50 Cent FT. G Unit – This Is How We Do [Remix DJ Pool Classic Q-Edit] 8A 98 Angel FT. French Montana & Davido – Blessings [Remix] [Clean] 8A 96 Anne Marie – Birthday [Blinkie Remix] [Dirty] 1B 127 Anne Marie – Birthday [Blinkie Remix] [Radio Edit] [Dirty] 1B 127 Anne Marie – Birthday [James Hype Remix] [Dirty] 1A 126 Anne Marie – Birthday [James Hype VIP Mix] [Dirty] 2A 126 Anne Marie – Birthday [James Hype VIP Mix] [Radio Edit] 2A 126 Anne Marie – Birthday [James Hype VIP Mix] 2A 126 Arizona Zervas & Swae Lee – Roxanne [Remix] [Dirty] 11A 116 Arizona Zervas & Swae Lee – Roxanne [Remix] [Intro Dirty] 11A 116 Bad Bunny – La Dificil [Alex Dynamix Club Edit] [Clean] 1A 97 Bad Bunny – La Dificil [Alex Dynamix Club Edit] [Dirty] 1A 97 Becky Hill FT. Shift K3y – Better Off Without You [Joel Corry Remix] [Radio Edit] 9A 124 Becky Hill FT. Shift K3y – Better Off Without You [Joel Corry Remix] 9A 124 Becky Hill FT. Shift K3y – Better Off Without You [ORBZ Remix] [Radio Edit] 9A 124 Becky Hill FT. Shift K3y – Better Off Without You [ORBZ Remix] 9A 124 Billie Eilish – everything i wanted [Amice Remix] 11A 120 Brass Knuckles – Bad Habits [David Solano & Leewise Remix] 2A 128 Brass Knuckles – Bad Habits [DJ Blend Remix] 2A 128 Brass Knuckles – Bad Habits [Dotexe Remix] 2A 70 Brass Knuckles – Bad Habits [Joe Maz Remix] 2A 128 BROCKHAMPTON FT. Dua Lipa – SUGAR [Remix] [Clean] 4B 62 Cardi B FT. Migos – Drip [ZUES Latin Remix – Dirty] 2A 136 Cauty x Lenny Tavarez x Jay Wheeler x Noriel x Alex Rose – Lloras [Remix] 2B 92 Cauty x Lenny Tavarez x Jay Wheeler x Noriel x Alex Rose – Lloras Remix [LMPool Long Edit Morphius Clap Intro] 2B 92 Cauty x Lenny Tavarez x Jay Wheeler x Noriel x Alex Rose – Lloras Remix [LMPool Long Edit Morphius Intro] 2A 92 Chinx Drugz FT. Rick Ross, Diddy, French Montana – I’m A Coke Boy [Remix] [Clean] 2A 88 Chinx Drugz FT. Rick Ross, Diddy, French Montana – I’m A Coke Boy [Remix] [Dirty] 2A 88 Danny Avila – Chase The Sun [Will K Remix] 8A 124 Dillon Francis – DFR – Black Caviar Remix [Clean] 2A 124 Dillon Francis – GO OFF [Nuthin’ 2 It] [VIP] [Dirty] 6A 123 DJ Allan x Eminem – Slim Shady [Voxi & Innoxi Extended Remix] [Dirty] 5A 124 DJ Allan x Eminem – Slim Shady [Voxi & Innoxi Radio Remix] [Dirty] 5A 124 DJ Allan x Ultra Nate – Free [Voxi & Innoxi Extended Remix] [Clean] 4A 124 DJ Allan x Ultra Nate – Free [Voxi & Innoxi Radio Remix] [Clean] 4A 124 DJ Climex, Michael Rankiao, Oz – Fuego [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 10A 100 DJ Entwan & Alberto Cristian – 7am – Myles Club Edit 10A 126 DJ Jimi – Where They At [Remix] [Clean] 10A 94 DJ Jimi – Where They At [Remix] [Dirty] 8A 94 DJ Sequel x Crooklyn Clan – Wanna Jump [Drum Re-Fix] [Radio Edit] [Dirty] 9A 107 DJ Sequel x Eminem – One Shot 2 Shot [Drum Re-Fix] [Radio Edit] [Dirty] 12A 100 DJ Sequel x Lloyd Banks – On Fire [Drum Re-Fix] [Radio Edit] [Dirty] 6A 96 Dua Lipa – Don’t Start Now [Chameleon Remix] 10A 105 Duke Deuce, Lil Jon & Juicy J FT. Project Pat – Crunk Ain’t Dead Remix [Clean] 9A 146 Duke Deuce, Lil Jon & Juicy J FT. Project Pat – Crunk Ain’t Dead Remix [Dirty] 9A 146 Duke Dumont – Therapy – Will Easton Remix [Clean] 9A 126 Duke Dumont – Therapy – Will Easton Remix [Dub Mix] 9A 126 Duke Dumont – Therapy – Will Easton Remix 8A 126 Eric Bellinger & Raheem Devaughn – The Process [Remix] [Dirty] 6A 120 Flash 89 – Body Talk – Myles Club Edit 11A 125 Fu Schnickens – Breakdown [Dunkafelic Remix] [Dirty] 9A 98 Fu Schnickens – Breakdown [Dunkafelic Remix] [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Dirty] 9A 98 Future FT. DaBaby & Lil Baby – Life Is Good [Remix – Clean – Intro] 9A 142 Future FT. DaBaby & Lil Baby – Life Is Good [Remix – Dirty – Intro] 9A 142 G-Eazy, Gunna – I Wanna Rock [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 2A 100 Gryffin & Illenium FT. Daya – Feel Good [RELO Remix] 10B 150 Hot Chip – Don’t Deny Your Heart [Justus Kohncke Remix] 4B 122 Hot Chip – Flutes [A JD Twitch Optimo Remix] 4A 123 Isley Brothers – Between The Sheets [ZUES Afrobeats Remix – Clean] 8A 95 J Balvin – Blanco – Limitless & Vega Moreira Remix 7A 100 Jamelia – Superstar – Tomcio & Robin Roij Remix 2A 114 Janet Jackson – Love Will Never Do [Sat-One Remix] 10A 102 Jason Derulo – F It Up [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 11A 100 Jason Derulo FT. 2 Chainz – Talk Dirty [DJ Sol & Mr. Butter 2K20 Remix] [Clean] 11A 104 Jax Jones & Martin Solveig [Europa] & RAYE – Tequila – Colin Jay Remix [Clean] 1A 124 Jennifer Lopez – Waiting For Tonight [ZUES Future Bass Remix – Clean] 3A 150 Jessie Reyez – LOVE In The DARK – Dzeko Remix 10A 126 Jhay Cortez, Anuel AA & J Balvin – Medusa – Alex Selas Remix 10A 100 Joe Budden FT. Fabolous, Twista, Tank – She Don’t Put It Down Remix [Clean] 10A 77 Joel Corry – Lonely – VIP Mix 6A 125 Jorja Smith FT. Burna Boy – Be Honest – Jabair Remix [Clean] 10A 118 Jose Reyes, Lirico En La Casa & Tommy Boysen FT. La Nueva Escuela – 5 Mujeres Remix 12A 120 Justin Bieber – Intentions – DJ KaV-Remix 11A 160 Justin Bieber – Yummy – Afro Bros Remix 8A 98 Justin Bieber – Yummy [Afro Bros Remix] 8A 98 Justin Bieber – Yummy [Alex Dynamix & Bossa Nova Remix] 7A 156 Justin Timberlake – Suit & Tie [Aeroplane Remix] 9A 111 Justin Timberlake – Suit & Tie [Dillon Francis Remix] 10A 71 Justin Timberlake – Suit & Tie [Sat-One Remix] 6A 100 Justin Timberlake FT. Jay-Z – Suit & Tie [Luca J’s Disco Nap Remix] [Dirty] 10A 102 Justin Timberlake FT. Jay-Z – Suit & Tie [Luca J’s Disco Nap Remix] [HH Dirty Intro] 10A 102 Karol G & Nicki Minaj – Tusa – Frankk Project Remix [Dirty] 10B 122 Kayla Nicole FT. Missy Elliot – Move Like A Snake [Remix] [Dirty] 3A 100 Kayla Nicole FT. Missy Elliott – Move Like A Snake Remix [Clean] 3A 100 Kayla Nicole FT. Missy Elliott – Move Like A Snake Remix [Dirty] 3A 100 Kayla Nicole FT. Missy Elliott – Move Like A Snake Remix [Intro Pt. 2 Clean] 3A 100 Kayla Nicole FT. Missy Elliott – Move Like A Snake Remix [Intro Pt. 2 Dirty] 3A 100 Kyle Watson FT. Apple Gule – I Got You – Keanu Silva Remix 4A 126 Lady Gaga – Stupid Love – Pink Panda Remix 5A 128 Lady Gaga – Stupid Love – RYAN Remix 5B 125 Lana Del Rey – Ride [Echoes Remix Clean Radio] 8A 124 Lana Del Rey – Ride [Echoes Remix] 8A 124 Lil Wayne – Lollipop – Bader Remix [Dirty] 7A 132 Lizzo – Good As Hell [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 4A 96 Ludacris FT. R Kelly, Fabolous – Representin Remix [Clean] 8A 68 Ludacris FT. R Kelly, Fabolous – Representin Remix [Dirty] 8A 68 Ludacris FT. Usher, David Guetta – Rest Of My Life [Daddy’s Groove Remix] 7A 128 Ludacris FT. Usher, David Guetta – Rest Of My Life [Hard Rock Sofa Remix] 10A 128 Ludacris FT. Usher, David Guetta – Rest Of My Life [Nicky Romero Remix] 10B 128 Lupe Fiasco & A Tribe Called Quest – Superstar [Dennis Blaze Check The Rhyme Remix] [Clean] 10A 97 Lupe Fiasco & A Tribe Called Quest – Superstar [Dennis Blaze Check The Rhyme Remix] [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 10A 97 Mabel – Boyfriend [Digital Farm Animals Remix] [Extended Mix] 9A 120 Mabel – Boyfriend [Digital Farm Animals Remix] [Radio Edit] 9A 120 Mariah & Guaynaa – Taxi – Aaar & Edu Castillo Remix [Dirty] 6A 100 Mariah Carey FT. JerMaine Dupri & Fatman Scoop – It’s Like That [Initial Talk Remix] [Clean] 1A 99 Mariah Carey FT. JerMaine Dupri & Fatman Scoop – It’s Like That [Initial Talk Remix] [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 1A 99 Maroon 5 – One More Night [Sat-One Remix] 9A 100 Martin Solveig & Roy Woods – Juliet & Romeo – Joy Club Remix [Clean] 12A 122 Martin Solveig & Roy Woods – Juliet & Romeo – Joy Club Remix [Dub Mix] 12A 122 Martin Solveig & Roy Woods – Juliet & Romeo – Joy Club Remix 12A 122 Mary J Blige FT. JerMaine Dupri & The R.O.C. – Everything [So So Def Remix] [Clean] 1A 97 Mary J Blige FT. JerMaine Dupri & The R.O.C. – Everything [So So Def Remix] [MMP Intro Edit] [Clean] 1A 97 Miky Woodz & Tainy – Así Eh – BROSS Club Edit 12A 88 MK & Sonny Fodera FT. Raphaella – One Night – Dom Dolla Remix 1A 124 Mustard – Ballin’ [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 8A 97 9A 97 NERVO & Skazi – Faded [HVRCRFT Remix] [Radio Edit] 2A 150 NERVO & Skazi – Faded [HVRCRFT Remix] 2A 150 Ne-Yo – Miss Independent – DJ Stressy Remix 3A 100 NFasis FT. Jon Z – Tu Perro Jau [Remix] [DJ Nino Mix] 9A 100 Norman Doray & Nervo – Something To Believe In [Carl Louis & Martin Danielle Remix] 7A 128 Norman Doray & Nervo – Something To Believe In [Hard Rock Sofa Vocal Remix] 7A 128 Panjabi MC – Mundian To Bach Ke – Stavros Martina & Kevin D Remix [Dirty] 2A 106 Para One FT. Jaw – When The Night [Breakbot Remix] 4A 119 Paulina Rubio – Adentro [Remix] [DJ Nino Mix] 8A 89 Paulina Rubio – Si Supieran [Remix] [DJ Nino Mix] 10A 100 Plies FT. Akon – Hypnotized – Brllnt Remix [Dirty] 5A 112 Post Malone – Goodbyes [RELO Remix] [Dirty] 7B 149 PSY – Gangnam Style [Jayy 2K20 Remix] [Radio Edit] 10A 145 PSY – Gangnam Style [Jayy 2K20 Remix] 10A 145 Rauw Alejandro, Anuel AA & Natti Natasha FT. Farruko & Lunay – Fantasias [Remix] [Intro] 3B 94 Rauw Alejandro, Anuel AA & Natti Natasha FT. Farruko & Lunay – Fantasias [Remix] 3B 94 Rich Rubillar x Alek Soltirov – Boujee [Q Narongwate Remix] [Clean] 4A 122 Rich Rubillar x Danny Cruz, Fizzikx – Shame [Fizzikx Remix] [Clean] 10A 122 Rihanna – Pon De Replay [Initial Talk Hey Mr. DJ Remix] [Clean] 11A 100 Rihanna – Pon De Replay [Initial Talk Hey Mr. DJ Remix] [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 11A 100 Rihanna FT. Mikky Ekko – Stay [Liam Keegan & Anton Powers Remix] 8A 128 Rihanna FT. Mikky Ekko – Stay [Mchvrdy Remix] 8A 112 Rihanna FT. Mikky Ekko – Stay [Roobinz Remix] 8A 128 Robin S – Show Me Love [Ligotti 2K20 Remix] 7A 128 Roddy Ricch – The Box – DJ Valid Remix [Clean] 4A 110 Roddy Ricch – The Box – DJ Valid Remix [Dirty] 4A 110 Roddy Ricch – The Box – J-Fresh Remix [Clean] 3A 140 Roddy Ricch – The Box – J-Fresh Remix [Dirty] 3A 140 Rodrigo Seixas – Frequency – Myles Club Edit 1A 125 Roe – Crush On You – DJ Kontrol Remix [Clean] 11A 92 Roe – Crush On You – DJ Kontrol Remix [Dirty] 11A 92 Roe – Crush On You – DJ Kontrol Remix [Intro Clean] 11A 92 Roe – Crush On You – DJ Kontrol Remix [Intro Dirty] 11A 92 SAINt JHN – Roses [Imambek Remix] [Clean Intro] 4A 122 SAINt JHN – Roses [Imanbek Remix] [Dirty Intro] 4A 122 Sam Smith – To Die For – KidCutUp Remix 8A 90 Saweetie – My Type [Jounce Remix] [Clean] 6A 105 Saweetie – My Type [Jounce Remix] [Dirty] 6A 105 Sean Paul – Temperature [Emolw 2K20 Remix] 3A 125 Sean Paul – When It Comes To You [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 3A 100 Sebastien Tellier – Russian Attractions [Axel Le Baron Remix] 6A 135 Sebastien Tellier – Russian Attractions [La Belle Epoque Remix] 5A 135 Sebastien Tellier – Russian Attractions [Marlin Remix] 6A 135 Sebastien Tellier – Russian Attractions [Scratch Massive Remix] 7A 68 Selena Gomez – Feel Me [Charlie Lane Remix] 6A 124 Selena Gomez – Look At Her Now [Denis First Remix] 3A 124 Sidney Samson FT. Will.I.Am – Better Than Yesterday [Club Mix] 7A 128 Sidney Samson FT. Will.I.Am – Better Than Yesterday [Leroy Styles Remix] 7A 128 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [Dillon Francis Remix] [Radio Edit] 9A 110 Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat [Dillon Francis Remix] 9A 110 Sofia Reyes – IDIOTA – Da Phonk Club Edit 8A 100 Steff Da Campo & Dave Crusher – Get Down [Chico Rose Remix] [Radio Edit] 4A 125 Steff Da Campo & Dave Crusher – Get Down [Chico Rose Remix] 4A 125 Steve Angello – Rave ‘N’ Roll – Dion Sidney 2K20 Remix 1A 126 Steve Aoki & Maluma – Maldad – R3hab Remix [Dirty] 4A 110 Steve Aoki & Maluma – Maldad [R3hab Remix] 4A 110 Steve Aoki & Maluma – Maldad [RELO Remix] 4A 105 Steve Aoki & Maluma – Maldad [Steve Aoki Remix] 4A 126 Steve Aoki & Maluma – Maldad [Steve Aoki’s ‘Qué Más’ Remix] [Clean] 4A 126 Steve Aoki, Ummet Ozcan & Dzeko – Popcorn – GATTÜSO Remix [Clean] 6A 128 Steve Aoki, Ummet Ozcan & Dzeko – Popcorn – GATTÜSO Remix 6A 128 Steve Aoki, Ummet Ozcan, Dzeko – Popcorn [Gattuso Remix] [Radio Edit] 6A 128 Steve Aoki, Ummet Ozcan, Dzeko – Popcorn [Gattuso Remix] 6A 128 Stormzy FT. Aitch – Pop Boy – DJ D-Tale & Richastic Remix [Clean] 9A 117 Stormzy FT. Aitch – Pop Boy – DJ D-Tale & Richastic Remix [Dirty] 9A 117 Stormzy, Ed Sheeran, Burna Boy – Own It [Remix DJ Pool Remix] 6A 104 Summer Walker – Playing Games [Justin Credible Remix] [Hook Intro-Outro] [Clean] 10A 110 Summer Walker – Playing Games [Justin Credible Remix] [Hook Intro-Outro] [Dirty] 10A 110 Summer Walker – Playing Games [Justin Credible Remix] [Intro-Outro] [Clean] 10A 110 Summer Walker – Playing Games [Justin Credible Remix] [Intro-Outro] [Dirty] 10A 110 Swedish House Mafia – Save The World – Cheyenne Giles Remix 6A 126 TCTS FT. Maya B – Not Ready For Love – Mike Dunn Remix [Dirty] 5A 123 Tego Calderon – Pa’ Que Retozen – ETX 2K20 Club Edit [Clean] 9A 97 The Black Eyed Peas & J Balvin – RITMO [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 6A 105 Tones & I – Dance Monkey [RELO Remix] 11A 110 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix Club] 9A 105 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix Intro Club] 9A 105 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix Intro Radio] 9A 105 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix Radio] 9A 105 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix] [Clean Intro Pt. 2] 12B 105 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix] [Clean] 12B 105 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix] [Dirty Intro Pt. 2] 12B 105 Trae The Truth, E-40, O.T. Genasis, Stupid Young, Mozzy – Slidin [Remix] [Dirty] 12B 105 Trevor Daniel – Falling – Bishu Remix 3A 130 Tyga – Ayy Macarena [Remix DJ Pool Edit] 7A 96 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena [Remix – English-Spanish – Clean – Intro] 10B 96 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena [Remix – English-Spanish – Dirty – Intro] 10B 96 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena [Remix] [Clean] 10B 96 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena [Remix] [Dirty] 10B 96 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena [Remix] [DJ Nev & Mula Redrum] [Dirty] 7A 105 Tyga FT. Ozuna – Ayy Macarena [Remix] [Intro Dirty] 10B 96 Usher FT. Lil Jon & Ludacris – Yeah [Eddie G Remix] 6A 124 Utah Saints, Rory Lyons – I Got 5 On It [Hoi Remix] 3A 70 Utah Saints, Rory Lyons – I Got 5 On It [Rory Lyons VIP Mix] 3A 132 Utah Saints, Rory Lyons – I Got 5 On It [The Squatters Remix] 3A 128 Willo – Don’t Worry – Myles Club Edit 4A 125

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2019.12.23 06:13 RemixBeat Mixshow Tools [22-December-2019]

56 Bpm – Young Thug FT. Lil Baby – Bad Bad Bad [Clean] 2A 56 Bpm – Young Thug FT. Lil Baby – Bad Bad Bad [Dirty] 2A 60 Bpm – Flipp Dinero FT. Lil Baby – How I Move [Clean] 5A 65 Bpm – Peewee Longway – Next One [Clean] 11A 68 Bpm – Flo Milli – In The Party [Clean] 8A 68 Bpm – Flo Milli – In The Party [Dirty] 8A 70 Bpm – King Combs FT. Jeremih – Naughty [Dirty] 6A 70 Bpm – King Combs FT. Jeremih – Naughty [Intro Dirty] 6A 72 Bpm – Lil Baby Vs. Jay Rock – Woah [MarkCutz Win Wordplay Transition [Intro Clean] 2A 73 Bpm – Mariah Carey x Macklemore – Christmas Can’t Hold Us [Mercmonk Edit] [Intro Clean] 9A 73 Bpm – Natanael Cano FT. Bad Bunny – Soy El Diablo [Remix] [Clean] 8A 73 Bpm – Natanael Cano FT. Bad Bunny – Soy El Diablo [Remix] [Dirty] 8A 73 Bpm – Natanael Cano FT. Bad Bunny – Soy El Diablo [Remix] [Intro Clean] 8A 73 Bpm – Natanael Cano FT. Bad Bunny – Soy El Diablo [Remix] [Intro Dirty] 8A 75 Bpm – KRYPTO9095 FT. D3Mstreet – Whoa [Dennis Blaze Re-Work] [Clean] 8A 75 Bpm – KRYPTO9095 FT. D3Mstreet – Whoa [Dennis Blaze Re-Work] [Dirty] 8A 80 Bpm – Gucci Mane Megan Thee Stallion Vs. SQUARED – Big Booty [Cazes ‘Commas’ Bootleg] [Intro Dirty] 9A 92 Bpm – Bad Bunny – Vete [DJ Alex Hype Intro] [Dirty] 3A 93 Bpm – Trued Temple – Baila Pegadito [DJGio510 Intro] [Dirty] 10A 95 Bpm – DaBaby FT. Offset – Baby Sitter [Esentrik Edit] [Dirty] 8B 95 Bpm – DaBaby FT. Offset – Baby Sitter [Esentrik Edit] [Intro Dirty] 9A 96 Bpm – Ozuna – Hasta Que Salga El Sol [PeteDown Moombahton Remix] [Clean] 12A 96 Bpm – Ozuna – Hasta Que Salga El Sol [PeteDown Moombahton Remix] [Short Edit] [Clean] 12A 98 Bpm – Afro B – Drogba [Joanna] – DJ Santarosa Sin Jockey Blend [Intro Clean] 11A 98 Bpm – Roddy Ricch FT. Mustard – High Fashion [Clean] 10A 98 Bpm – Roddy Ricch FT. Mustard – High Fashion [Dirty] 10A 98 Bpm – Roddy Ricch FT. Mustard – High Fashion [Intro Clean] 10A 98 Bpm – Roddy Ricch FT. Mustard – High Fashion [Intro Dirty] 10A 98 Bpm – Tyga – Ayy Macarena [Hype Boyz Reggaeton Break] [Clean] 7A 98 Bpm – Tyga – Ayy Macarena [Hype Boyz Reggaeton Break] Dirty 7A 99 Bpm – Missy Elliot FT. Ludacris x Tyga – One Minute Man [DJ Creativity Mash] [Clean] 8A 100 Bpm – Bubba Sparxxx FT. Ying Yang Twins & Mr. Collipark Vs. Megan Thee Stallion & VickeeLo – Ms. New Booty [HMC 2K19 Blend] [Intro Dirty] 1A 100 Bpm – J Balvin – Blanco [Clean] 7A 100 Bpm – J Balvin – Blanco [DJ Nasa VIP Edit] [Intro Clean] 7A 100 Bpm – J Balvin – Blanco [Intro Clean] 7A 100 Bpm – Megan Thee Stallion FT. VickeeLo – Ride Or Die [PeteDown Transition 80-100] [Dirty] 1A 100 Bpm – Suave x TheConnect – Concha [Dirty] 1A 100 Bpm – Suave x TheConnect – Concha [Intro Dirty] 1A 101 Bpm – Karol G – Tusa [MixshowTools ‘No Nicki Minaj’ Edit] [Clean] 10A 102 Bpm – Blac Youngsta FT. City Girls – Whisper [Clean] 6A 102 Bpm – Blac Youngsta FT. City Girls – Whisper [Dirty] 7A 102 Bpm – Blac Youngsta FT. City Girls – Whisper [Intro Clean] 6A 102 Bpm – Blac Youngsta FT. City Girls – Whisper [Intro Dirty] 1A 102 Bpm – Fat Joe – What’s Luv [Kevin D & Tom Push Remix] [Intro Clean] 5B 102 Bpm – Young Thug FT. J. Cole & Travis Scott – The London [Esentrik Edit] [Dirty] 3A 104 Bpm – E-40 FT. B-Legit & Stresmatic – Wake They Shit Up [DJGio510 Intro] [Clean] 8A 105 Bpm – Blueface x Kranjo – Thotiana [DJ Creativity Sax Mashup] [Dirty] 4A 105 Bpm – La Sonora Dinimita – Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir [Hype Boyz Remix] [Clean] 9A 107 Bpm – Jason Derulo FT. Nelly – Too Hot [Marvel Hype Intro] [Intro Clean] 9B 108 Bpm – Young Thug FT. Lil Baby – Bad Bad Bad [Esentrik Edit] [Dirty] 3A 112 Bpm – Wham! – Last Christmas [Vinc X-Mas Moombahton] [Clean] 9A 124 Bpm – Pitbull & Neyo Vs. Meduza x Goodboys – Give Me Everything x Lose Control [Danny Diggz Then & Now Bootleg] [Intro Clean] 5A 125 Bpm – Jose Feliciano – Feliz Navidad [Buck Rodgers Remix] [Clean] 6A 125 Bpm – Leandro Da Silva – Ontas [Te Pago El Uber] [Clean] 3A 125 Bpm – Mariah Carey – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town [Buck Rodgers Remix] [Clean] 10A 126 Bpm – Armand Van Helden FT. Duane Harden Vs. Kiavetta & ONeils – You Don’t Know Me [Smassh 2K19 Flashback Edit] [Intro Clean] 6A 126 Bpm – Major Lazer FT. J Balvin & El Alfa – Que Calor [Rich Era Cumbia Transition 126-105] [Intro Clean] 5B 126 Bpm – Major Lazer FT. J Balvin & Saweetie – Que Calor [Remix] [Clean] 5B 126 Bpm – Major Lazer FT. J Balvin & Saweetie – Que Calor [Remix] [Dirty] 5B 126 Bpm – Major Lazer FT. J Balvin & Saweetie – Que Calor [Remix] [DJ OD Transition 105-126] [Clean] 5A 126 Bpm – Major Lazer FT. J Balvin & Saweetie – Que Calor [Remix] [DJ OD Transition 105-126] [Dirty] 5A 126 Bpm – Major Lazer FT. J Balvin & Saweetie – Que Calor [Remix] [Intro Clean] 5B 126 Bpm – Major Lazer FT. J Balvin & Saweetie – Que Calor [Remix] [Intro Dirty] 5B 127 Bpm – Mariah Carey FT. JD – All I Want For Christmas [PeteDown Mix] [Clean] 2A 128 Bpm – Dillon Francis Vs. Fatman Scoop – DFR [NOVA Hype Edit] [Intro Clean] 2A 128 Bpm – Wham! – Last Christmas [Club Headliners Bass Remix] [Clean] 12A 130 Bpm – Martin Garrix – Motherfuckin Jingle Bells [Serafin Animals Holiday Bootleg] [Clean] 4A 130 Bpm – Victor Cardenas & Kelly Ruiz – Siento [Clean] 8A 130 Bpm – Victor Cardenas & Kelly Ruiz – Siento [DJ Frisko Eddy & ROA Bootleg] [Clean] 8A 130 Bpm – Victor Cardenas & Kelly Ruiz – Siento [MixshowTools Clap Intro] [Clean] 8A

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2019.12.18 03:03 RemixBeat Intro [Clean] [17-December-2019]

1TakeJay FT. Sueco The Child & AzChike – No Fucks [HH Clean Intro] 5A 100 1TakeJay FT. Sueco The Child & AzChike – No Fucks [HH Super Clean Intro] 5A 100 2Milly FT. MJ Songstress – Sturdy Rock [HH Clean Intro] 5A 101 A Boogie FT. Lil Uzi Vert – Reply [HH Clean Intro] 8A 85 Aidonia – Aircraft [Aircraft Riddim] [HH Clean Intro] 5A 96 Amenazzy & G-Eazy – Nadie Como Tu [HH Clean Intro] 10A 105 Amy Winehouse – He Can Only Hold Her [That French Dude Intro] [HH Clean Intro] 11A 98 Arizona Zervas – ROXANNE [HH Clean Intro] 10A 88 BabyBoySlimee – Agua [HH Clean Intro] 12A 66 Big Shug – Still Big [Clean-Intro-Outro] 3A 86 Billie Eilish – Everything I Wanted [HH Clean Intro] 11B 120 Blac Youngsta FT. City Girls – Whisper [HH Clean Intro] 7A 102 Blac Youngsta FT. Yo Gotti & Moneybagg Yo – Goodbye [HH Clean Intro] 4A 71 Buju Banton – Trust [HH Clean Intro] 9A 86 Burna Boy – Collateral Damage [HH Clean Intro] 7A 102 BYNOE – Another Day [HH Clean Intro] 1A 80 C Black FT. Fivio Foreign – Like That [HH Clean Intro] 5A 72 CamelPhat & Jem Cooke – Rabbit Hole [HH Clean Intro] 8A 124 Camila Cabello – Living Proof [HH Clean Intro] 9B 78 Camila Cabello FT. DaBaby – My Oh My [HH Clean Intro] 5A 105 Charlie Puth – Mother [MMP Intro Edit] [Clean] 2B 120 Chimbala – Soltero [HH Clean Intro] 11B 132 Chris Brown – Overtime [HH Clean Intro] 8B 96 Cupid – Teach Me How To Wobble [Intro Clean] 5A 95 Da Youngsta’s – Hip Hop Ride [HH Clean Intro] 4A 97 DaDJu FT. Burna Boy – Donne-Moi L’Accord [HH Clean Intro] 4A 99 Darkiel & Amenazzy FT. Boy Wonder CF – Nadie Muere De Amor [HH Clean Intro] 11A 85 Dave East – The Marathon Continues [Nipsey Tribute] [HH Clean Intro] 12A 81 DaVido – 1 Milli [HH Clean Intro] 6A 110 Davido FT. Peruzzi – Disturbance [HH Clean Intro] 10B 116 Destra – Rum & Soca [HH Clean Intro] 9A 120 Deva FT. Fuego – Wakatay [CK Intro – Clean] 2A 96 Devontee FT. Euro Gotit – Slide [HH Clean Intro] 11A 64 Dillon Francis & Nitti Gritti – Salsabahton [Shake That Booty] [HH Clean Intro] 5A 110 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Vs. Afro Bros & Sebastian Yatra FT. Camilo & Emilia – Boomshakalaka [HH Clean Intro] 2A 96 Ding Dong – Watch Dem [Aircraft Riddim] [HH Clean Intro] 6A 96 Ding Dong FT. Kemar Highcon – Weh Dem Know Bout Gyal [HH Clean Intro] 9B 98 DJ Drewski FT. Lil Tjay & Pop Smoke – Mary Jane [HH Clean Intro] 6A 94 DJ Edit – Twerkulater [HH Clean Intro] 4A 70 DJ Heat FT. Styme & Reece P – City Girl [HH Clean Intro] 12A 80 DJ Now & Gee Dixon – No Selfies [HH Clean Intro] 5A 100 Dua Lipa – New Rules [DJ AndOne Electricity Blend] [HH Clean Intro] 8A 120 E-40 FT. Jeremih, Rick Ross & Chris Brown – 1 Question [HH Clean Intro] 11B 90 Fabolous – B.O.M.B.S. [HH Clean Intro] 1B 55 Fabolous FT. A Boogie – Gone For The Summer [HH Clean Intro] 9A 95 Fabolous FT. Chris Brown & Teyana Taylor – Us Vs. The World [HH Clean Intro] 11A 82 Fabolous FT. Lil Durk – Cap [HH Clean Intro] 8A 60 Fabolous FT. Meek Mill – Talk To Me Nicely [HH Clean Intro] 4A 89 Fabolous FT. PNB Rock, Gucci Mane & 2 Chainz – Options [HH Clean Intro] 11A 81 Farina & Maluma – Asi Asi [HH Clean Intro] 7A 90 Federation – Go Dumb [Intro Clean] 8A 106 Filmore – Busy [Intro Clean] 12B 156 Flipp Dinero FT. Lil Baby – How I Move [HH Clean Intro] 5A 60 Flo Milli – In The Party [HH Clean Intro] 8A 68 Foxy Brown FT. Kelis – Candy [HH Clean Intro] 4A 98 Fredo Bang – Cap A Lot [HH Clean Intro] 4A 78 Future FT. Lil Durk – Last Name [HH Clean Intro] 8B 84 Ghetto Boy FT. Toyboi & Kelvyn Boy – Dey [HH Clean Intro] 11A 107 Gorgon City – Roped In [HH Clean Intro] 8A 124 Gorillaz – DARE [HH Clean Intro] 7A 120 Gucci Mane FT. Lil Baby – Tootsies [Clean-Intro-Outro] 9A 133 Halsey – Graveyard [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 9A 122 Harry Styles – Adore You [HH Clean Intro] 5B 99 Harry Styles – Watermelon Sugar [HH Clean Intro] 7A 96 IAmChino & Akon – DisfraZa [HH Clean Intro] 7A 100 INOJ – Time After Time [HH Clean Intro] 8B 132 ItsBizkit FT. HeZa Rose – Biz & Wessun [HH Clean Intro] 3A 89 J Balvin – Blanco [HH Clean Intro] 7A 100 Jahmiel – Money Money [Aircraft Riddim] [HH Clean Intro] 6A 96 Jahmiel – Trust [Power House Riddim] [HH Clean Intro] 5A 98 Jamiroquai – Cosmic Girl [HH Clean Intro] 11A 120 Jamiroquai – Little L [HH Clean Intro] 2A 122 Jamiroquai – Seven Days In Sunny June [HH Clean Intro] 8A 105 Jay Critch FT. Nick Mira & JetsonMade – Cameras [HH Clean Intro] 12A 90 Jeff92 & Sumania x Ding Dong – Fling Yuh Shoulda [Dinsley Riddim] [Intro Clean] 4A 110 Jeff92 & Sumania x DJ Heat – City Girl [Intro Clean] 1A 160 Jeff92 & Sumania x DMW – Aje [Intro Clean] 2A 120 Jerrih & DJ Moiz – Talk [HH Clean Intro] 12A 102 Jhene Aiko FT. Big Sean – None Of Your Concern [HH Clean Intro] 8A 83 Jonas Brothers – Like It’s Christmas [HH Clean Intro] 2B 73 Kamaiyah – Still I Am [Intro Clean] 5A 100 Kane Brown – For My Daughter [HH Clean Intro] 3B 70 Kaytranada FT. Estelle – Oh No [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 8A 106 Kehlani – You Know Wassup [HH Clean Intro] 8A 53 Khalid – Up All Night [HH Clean Intro] 4B 94 KIDY – Mi Amor [HH Clean Intro] 4A 100 Kilate Tesla & Puri – Idolo [HH Clean Intro] 7B 95 Koffee – Toast [DJ Jay MMP Intro] [Clean] 3A 100 Koffee – Toast [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 4A 100 Koffee – Toast [Jester & Riddim Master Roadmix] [MMP Intro] [Clean] 3A 107 Koffee – Toast [Major Lazer Show Me Love Edit] [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 3A 120 Koffee FT. Gunna – W [HH Clean Intro] 11A 101 Leeky Bandz FT. Gunna – Picasso [HH Clean Intro] 2A 70 Leftside & NXTFRDAY – Chili Pepper [HH Clean Intro] 3A 96 Lighter Shade Of Brown – Hey D.J. [Old-New School Mix] [HH Clean Intro] 4A 100 Lil Durk & Only The Family – Blika Blika [HH Clean Intro] 11A 80 Macklemore FT. Dan Caplen – It’s Christmas Time [Intro Clean] 5A 85 Makaela – Don’t Question Me [HH Clean Intro] 5A 75 Marshmello FT. YUNGBLUD & Blackbear – Tongue Tied [HH Clean Intro] 12A 93 Martin Solveig & Roy Woods – Juliet & Romeo [HH Clean Intro] 1B 122 Master HP, Lil Jon, Pitbull – Deville’s Twerk Party Booster [Intro Clean] 4A 100 Matthew Wilder – Break My Stride [HH Clean Intro] 5A 110 MC Shan – Down By Law [Intro Clean] 2A 97 Messiah FT. Nicky Jam & Akon – Solito [Lonely] [HH Clean Intro] 6B 98 MGMT – In The Afternoon [Intro Clean] 3A 115 Mitchy Slick & Larry June – Before Rap [Intro Clean] 11A 125 Mxmtoon – Seasonal Depression [HH Clean Intro] 6B 78 Myke Towers – Rutina [CK Intro – Clean] 2A 96 Myke Towers & Farruko – Si Se Da [Acapella Out] [Intro Clean] 10A 94 Myke Towers & Tito El Bambino – Bailame Asi [HH Clean Intro] 3A 89 NGHTMRE FT. Gunna – Cash Cow [HH Clean Intro] 6A 68 Noah Powa FT. Hood Celebrity – Best F#ck [HH Clean Intro] 3B 102 Old Dominion – One Man Band [HH Clean Intro] 2B 76 Only The Family & Lil Durk FT. Lil Tjay – Fake Love [Intro Clean] 9A 80 Onyx – Shifftee [HH Clean Intro] 6A 98 Ozuna – DanZau [CK Intro – Clean] 1A 92 Pardison Fontaine FT. Jadakiss – Too Late [HH Clean Intro] 3A 85 Pardison Fontaine FT. Jeremih – Pay Ya Bills [HH Clean Intro] 5A 75 Pardison Fontaine FT. Offset – Take It Down [HH Clean Intro] 5A 72 PartyNextDoor – The News [HH Clean Intro] 7A 58 Peewee Longway & Money Man – Next One [HH Clean Intro] 10A 65 Poppy – Fill The Crown [Intro Clean] 8A 112 Post Malone FT. Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott – Take What You Want [Intro Clean] 12A 140 Post Malone Vs. Bad Bunny – Wow MIA [JD Live Bar Blend] Intro – Clean 11A 98 Post Malone Vs. Bad Bunny – Wow MIA [JD Live Bar Blend] Intro – Clean CK Cut 11A 98 Prince Royce & Zion & Lennox – Trampa [HH Clean Intro] 6A 100 Quando Rondo – Double C’s [HH Clean Intro] 2A 75 Rai Smith – Brush Em [HH Clean Intro] 7A 72 Rauw Alejandro & Wisin – Una Noche [HH Clean Intro] 7A 93 RDX – Bumper Baby [HH Clean Intro] 8B 100 Reggie ‘N’ Bollie FT. Samini – African DanceHall Party [HH Clean Intro] 4A 110 Rich Rubillar x Fabich, Pastel, & Jafunk – Ecstacy [Intro Clean] 9A 120 Rich Rubillar x Neon Trees – Used To Like [Intro Clean] 6B 152 Rich Rubillar x Post Malone – Kurt Cobain [Intro Clean] 8B 116 Rich Rubillar x The Griswolds – Aliens [Intro Clean] 6A 117 Roddy Ricch FT. A Boogie – Tip Toe [HH Clean Intro] 4A 62 Rotimi FT. Wale – In My Bed [Intro Clean] 5A 104 Roxette – Fading Like A Flower [Intro Clean] 7A 105 Roxette – Joyride [Intro Clean] 11B 102 Royce 5’9 FT. Sy Ari Da Kid, White Gold, Cyhi The Prynce & T.I. – Black Savage [HH Clean Intro] 5A 92 Sam Smith – How Do You Sleep [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] [Clean] 1B 83 Sebastian Yatra FT. Nejo & Dalmata – Manana No Hay Clase [HH Clean Intro] 7A 90 SHAED & ZaYN – Trampoline [HH Clean Intro] 6A 63 Shenseea – Trick’a Treat [Aircraft Riddim] [HH Clean Intro] 6A 96 Skales – Samba [HH Clean Intro] 10A 120 Skip Marley FT. H.E.R. – Slow Down [HH Clean Intro] 11B 100 Sleepy Hallow – 2 Fake [HH Clean Intro] 10A 69 Sleepy Hallow – Calling [HH Clean Intro] 4A 93 Sleepy Hallow FT. ABG Neal – Get Low [HH Clean Intro] 11A 68 Sleepy Hallow FT. Sheff G – Breakin Bad [Okay] [HH Clean Intro] 11A 94 Sleepy Hallow FT. Sheff G – Demons [HH Clean Intro] 4A 73 Smokepurpp FT. Lil Skies – Dirty Dirty [HH Clean Intro] 4A 100 Solidstar FT. Terry Apala, Orezi & Isoko Boy – No Tension [HH Clean Intro] 11A 112 Stormzy FT. Burna Boy & Ed Sheeran – Own It [Sisco Kennedy Intro Edit] [Clean] 6A 104 Stormzy FT. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy – Own It [HH Clean Intro] 6A 104 Stormzy FT. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy – Own It [Intro Clean] 6A 104 Stunna 4 Vegas & Offset – Up The Smoke [HH Clean Intro] 1A 72 Summer Walker FT. Chris Brown & London On Da Track – Something Real [HH Clean Intro] 4A 96 T.R.U. & Skooly – Pop Off [HH Clean Intro] 9A 67 Taylor Swift – Christmas Tree Farm [HH Clean Intro] 9B 134 Tears For Fears – Change [Intro Clean] 8A 125 Tears For Fears – Everybody Wants To Rule The World [HH Clean Intro] 8A 112 Tears For Fears – Head Over Heels [HH Clean Intro] 8A 95 Teejay – Brand New [HH Clean Intro] 9A 110 Teejay – Sunday Morning [HH Clean Intro] 9B 98 The Black Keys – Fever [HH Clean Intro] 7A 128 The Black Keys – Lo, Hi [HH Clean Intro] 8A 122 The Chainsmokers – Push My Luck [HH Clean Intro] 10B 90 The Game FT. Anderson Paak – Stainless [Clean-Cyberkid Intro-Outro] 8A 84 The Spinners – I’ll Be Around [HH Clean Intro] 1A 112 Thutmose & Rema – Love In The Morning [HH Clean Intro] 5A 97 Tiesto Vs. Deorro Vs. Lil Jon – Wow Offspring [JD Live P. Starter] Intro – Clean Short 11A 128 Tinashe FT. MAKJ – Save Room For Us [HH Clean Intro] 11B 112 Tory Lanez FT. Ashanti – A Fools Tale [Running Back] [HH Clean Intro] 2A 90 Tory Lanez FT. Lloyd & Lil Wayne – Thoughts [HH Clean Intro] 5A 116 Trap Beckham – Litty Christmas [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 2A 100 Trap Manny FT. Lil Duke – Them Niggas [HH Clean Intro] 11A 60 Trap Manny FT. Pop Smoke – 50K [HH Clean Intro] 11A 70 Trapboy Freddy – Lil Quita [HH Clean Intro] 12A 82 Trippie Redd FT. DaBaby – Death [HH Clean Intro] 3A 82 Trippie Redd FT. DaBaby – Death [Intro Clean] 2A 82 Trippie Redd FT. Juice WRLD & YNW Melly – 6 Kiss [HH Clean Intro] 10A 71 Trippie Redd FT. Lil Mosey – This Ain’t That [HH Clean Intro] 9A 77 Trippie Redd FT. Smokepurpp – All For Me [HH Clean Intro] 10A 77 Trippie Redd FT. Tory Lanez – Sickening [HH Clean Intro] 7A 70 Troy Ave – Payin Homage [BMF] [HH Clean Intro] 1A 87 Tur-G FT. Andy VDM – My Lover [HH Clean Intro] 9A 93 Wilfrido Vargas – Merengue Que Aloca [HH Clean Intro] 6B 74 Young Thug FT. Lil Baby – Bad Bad Bad [DJ Allan MMP Intro Edit] [Clean] 2A 112 Young Thug FT. Lil Baby – Bad Bad Bad [DJ Rukus Intro Edit] [Clean] 2A 112 Zion & Lennox – Sistema [HH Clean Intro] 10B 87

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2019.12.11 11:10 deeptechsharing Traxsource Hype Chart November 25th, 2019 DOWNLOAD

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  1. Alan Da Funk – Movin’On (Original Mix) (6:49)
  2. Aldo Bergamasco, Tommie Cotton – The Feelings (6:21)
  3. Alex Preston – Your Ragga (7:47)
  4. Amine Edge & DANCE – That’s Right Lil’ Bitch (5:58)
  5. Andy Reid – Hausmusik (Original Mix) (6:08)
  6. ANIMMIK – The Beginning (Original Mix) (6:11)
  7. Artwork, Museeq IQ – Can You Tell Me (Original Mix) (6:11)
  8. Aurra, Dr Packer – Such A Feeling (Dr Packer Reworks) (6:56)
  9. Boddhi Satva & James Germain – An Nou Ale (Argento Dust Remix) (7:09)
  10. BONDI – Away From Heaven (Original Mix) (7:27)
  11. Brothers in Arts – Right On the Dancefloor (Richard Earnshaw B3 Re-Vibe) (6:34)
  12. Cari Golden, DJ Kon’ – Fire (Original Mix) (7:02)
  13. Carlos Salas – So Good (7:24)
  14. Casa Blanco – Body Working (7:42)
  15. CASSIMM & Ida Flo – Best Friend (Extended Mix) (6:20)
  16. CeCe Rogers, Jack Back – Freedom (Harry Romero Extended Remix) (6:02)
  17. Chicks Luv Us – In Love With You (Original Mix) (6:47)
  18. Chris Fry – Black Coffee (Original Blend) (7:04)
  19. Claude VonStroke, Green Velvet, Get Real – Jolean (Extended Mix) (6:47)
  20. Collective Machine – Red Lights (Original Mix) (7:51)
  21. Dany Cohiba – This Afro Jazz (Original Mix) (6:17)
  22. Davide Mazzilli – Movin Around (Original Mix) (6:45)
  23. Dirty Disco Stars – Love Of My Life (Original Mix) (6:00)
  24. Discoslap – Wanna Be Up (4:42)
  25. DJ Merlon, Toshi, Enoo Napa – Layla (Enoo Napa Over Dub) (6:36)
  26. Djessou Mory Kante – Denya (Ben Gomori Edit) (7:24)
  27. Downtown Connection, Jay Vegas – Tell Me (Jay Vegas Remix) (5:40)
  28. Durante – Restless (6:33)
  29. Eluize – She Only Counts to Eight (6:03)
  30. Embatucadores – Oasis (Derun Remix) (7:18)
  31. Eventual Groove – We Love Funk feat. Jenna Summer (Original) (5:01)
  32. Fabio Genito – Madiba (5:40)
  33. Feeniks – Skizzle (Original Mix) (6:17)
  34. Fierce City – Midnight Noise (Original Mix) (5:42)
  35. Fiorious – Future Romance (Deetron Extended Remix) (6:07)
  36. Franck Roger – Hypnotized (5:47)
  37. Groove Assassin – No More (Original Mix) (6:58)
  38. Harold Matthews Jr, Symone Davis, Sean McCabe – One Body (Sean McCabe Classic Vocal) (8:02)
  39. Harry Axt – Voyage Voyage (8:03)
  40. Hatha – No Discrimination (feat. Brutha Basil) (8:07)
  41. Homero Espinosa, Miko Marks, MdCL – Breathless (MdCL Remix) (6:15)
  42. HP Vince – Get Wasted (Original Mix) (6:00)
  43. Iman Honzo, Idd Aziz – Ayodele (Original Mix) (6:58)
  44. Jhelisa, George Mensah – Friendly Pressure (Club Mix Re-Dub) (6:18)
  45. Joe Smooth, Erick Morillo – Promised Land (Erick Morillo Extended Remix) (7:52)
  46. Juan Soul, Soumi Des Askia – Moribayassa (Original Afro Roots Mix) (5:50)
  47. Julien Chaptal – Fantasy (6:20)
  48. [email protected] – F-U-N-K (Original Mix) (4:36)
  49. Kerri Chandler feat. Treasa ‘Diva’ Fennie – Heal My Heart (Brokenears Remix) (5:37)
  50. Kevin Yost, Moon Rocket – The Bull (Moon Rocket Remix) (5:50)
  51. Kiddy Smile – Return to Me (5:15)
  52. Kornum & Karma – Give A Heart (Original Mix) (5:45)
  53. Lebedev (RU) – Main Theme (Original Mix) (6:00)
  54. Lilly Randa & HyperSOUL-X – Believe (Main Mix) (5:06)
  55. Low Steppa – Sunshine (Extended Mix) (6:27)
  56. Luciano Stazzone – Orixa (feat. Cesar Carneiro) [Luau Dancefloor Mix] (7:41)
  57. Madcat – Amina de zaria (5:23)
  58. Mariano Salazar – La Fiesta (6:45)
  59. Mark Funk, Danny Cruz – Strawberry (Original Mix) (5:05)
  60. Mark Neo Marvin, DJ Burlak – Sax In Festa (DJ Burlak Remix) (6:44)
  61. Michael Gray, Kimberly Brown – Brother Brother (Original Mix) (5:34)
  62. Mighty Mi, Shalvoy, Hifi Sean – Any Way You Wanna (Hifi Sean Remix) (5:30)
  63. Mihai Popoviciu – Sleepwalking (6:34)
  64. Mike Newman – So Real (Original Mix) (6:53)
  65. Mindek – Man Like (Original Mix) (5:06)
  66. MinimalArchiv – Starlessness (Original Mix) (6:10)
  67. Monolink – Take Me Home (Purple Disco Machine Remix) (8:12)
  68. NAAMANE – I Am An African (Vocal Mix) (8:40)
  69. Newman (UK), Dawn Tallman, Michele Chiavarini – Only Heaven (Michele Chiavarini Remix) (7:50)
  70. Nohan – Atmos (Original Mix) (7:34)
  71. Norty Cotto, Oscar P – El Negro Tumbao (Norty Cotto 2020 Afro Dub) (5:22)
  72. Opolopo, Pete Simpson – You Can Make It (Original Mix) (6:43)
  73. Pascal Morias – Sicario (Original Mix) (7:07)
  74. Q Narongwate, Miwa – Remember To Rise (Original Mix) (5:35)
  75. Rawdio – Just Do It (Original Version) (7:29)
  76. Red Met – Jackin Trumpet (Original Mix) (5:53)
  77. Re-Tide, Steff – Everybody Get Down (Extended Mix) (7:41)
  78. Rick Marshall – Welcome To The Disco (Original Mix) (6:03)
  79. Rocket Dubz – Dirty Birth (Original) (5:06)
  80. Roy Jazz Grant – Fluid Jazz Bounce (Original Mix) (5:51)
  81. Salvatore Bruno – Knightrider (Original Mix) (8:01)
  82. Sebb Junior – Physical (3:55)
  83. Serge Funk – You And I (Original Mix) (5:38)
  84. Snips, William Stowe – The Product feat. William Stowe (Extended Mix) (5:33)
  85. Soul Button – Awaken The Soul feat. Photographs. (Original Mix) (6:48)
  86. Sunkids – Rescue Me (feat. Chance) [Joey Negro’s In Full Swing Mix] (7:32)
  87. T.Markakis – Move Your Body (Feel This) (Original Mix) (6:34)
  88. Tensnake, Chenai – Rules (Extended Mix) (4:56)
  89. The Checkup – Want Me (7:09)
  90. The Master Of Sensations – I Can Feel It (7:15)
  91. The Stoned – In Love Again (6:49)
  92. Todd Terry – You Get Down (Extended Mix) (5:22)
  93. Tony P., Walter Scalzone, Mr. V – The Rhythm (6:23)
  94. Torren Foot – More Life (Extended Mix) (4:56)
  95. Tour Maubourg – Allégresse (5:29)
  96. Trading Places – Submission Feat. The Golden Filter (7:53)
  97. Truncate – Pressure (4:43)
  98. Will Taylor (UK) – Patience (Original Mix) (6:07)
  99. Yuichi Inoue, Sheree Hicks, Jerry Williams, Dj Beloved – It’s Over Now (DJ Beloved & Jerry Williams BPM After Dark Remix) (8:15)
  100. Zaki – Colours (Original Mix) (8:27)
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2019.11.28 02:34 RemixBeat Remix Pack [27-November-2019]

Jeff92 & Sumania x Maroon 5 – Memories [Redrum Acapella In & Acapella Out] [Clean] 1B 91 LANCO – Greatest Love Stort [Snow Redrum] [Squeaky Clean – 74Bpm] 6B Luke Combs – Even Though I’m Leaving [Snow Redrum] [Squeaky Clean – 78Bpm] 10B Mann, Snoop Dogg – The Mack [DJ Frashn Redrum] 8A 98 Old Dominion – One Man Band [Snow Redrum] [Clean – 76Bpm] 2A Remixfreakz x Bad Boys Blue – You’re A Woman [80’s Pop Hype Redrum] [Clean] 5A 120 Remixfreakz x Bob Marley – Buffalo Soldier [80’s Redrum] 10A 128 Remixfreakz x TUJAMO & FILGUK – Drop It Like Nova [Redrum P. Break] 8A 128 Steve D. x Bad Bunny – Vete [Moombahton Redrum] [Clean] 3A 92 Steve D. x Megan Thee Stallion – Money Good [Redrum] [Dirty] 3A 90 Steve D. x TINI, Lalo Ebratt – Fresa [Moombahton Redrum] [Clean] 4A 96 Steve D. x ZaZa – That’s NoNo [Redrum] [Dirty] 3A 140 The Sisterhood Band – Get Up & Go [Snow Redrum] [Clean – 93Bpm] 9B ABBA – Gimme Gimme Gimme [Syzz Re-Work] 7A 128 Acud, Beatmortelz – Verbrennungsmotor [Rodion Remix] 9A 115 Afro B FT. Wizkid – Drogba [Joanna] [Remix] [Audio1 Edit] [Clean] 10A 108 Alan Nunez x Electro Doctors – Mimba [TWOLATE Remix] [Intro Clean] 8A 126 Alisha – Existence – Myles Club Edit 12A 126 Ana Carolina FT. Shelow Shaq, Chimbala & Lirico En La Casa – Los Euros, Los Verdes Y Los Pesos [Remix] [Dirty] 9A 110 Andrea Lacoste – Hass [Alejandro Molinari Remix] 8B 107 Andrea Lacoste – Hass [Pardon Moi Remix] 8B 107 Archie Eversole FT. Bubba Sparxxx – We Ready [Remix] [Extend] [Clean] 10A 150 Arizona Zervas – Roxanne – Jacked Remix [Clean] 10A 126 Arizona Zervas – Roxanne – Jacked Remix [Dirty] 10A 126 Asle FT. Laura Vane – Be There For Me [Saison Remix] [Intro-Outro] [DJ Snow] [Clean – 123Bpm] 4A Azaria – Magoo [James Rod Madness Vocal Slow Remix] 4B 117 Azul Azul – La Bomba [Big Syphe Puro Pari Remix] [Intro] 10A 103 Big Punisher FT. Joe – Still Not A Player [Poor Thomas Remix] Dirty 11A 94 Billie Eilish – Everything I Wanted – Triaddix Remix 11A 120 Billie Eilish – Everything I Wanted [Charlie Lane Remix] 11A 124 Blackbear – Hot Girl Bummer – DJ Mike D Remix [Clean] 11A 130 Blackbear – Hot Girl Bummer – DJ Mike D Remix [Dirty] 11A 130 Blackbear – Hot Girl Bummer – DJ Mike D Remix [Intro Clean] 11A 130 Blackbear – Hot Girl Bummer – DJ Mike D Remix [Intro Dirty] 11A 130 Block & Crown – Finesse [Big Bass Club Mix] 1A 122 Block & Crown, AXA – Can You Feel The Groove [Club Mix] 6A 123 Bonka FT. The Romantic Era – All Your Love [Kastra Remix] [Extended] 4B 126 Bonka FT. The Romantic Era – All Your Love [Kastra Remix] 4B 126 Bonka FT. The Romantic Era – All Your Love [Kastra Remix] 4B 126.wav Bonka FT. The Romantic Era – All Your Love [Kyro Remix] [Extended] 4A 124 Bonka FT. The Romantic Era – All Your Love [Kyro Remix] 4A 124 Bonka FT. The Romantic Era – All Your Love [Kyro Remix] 4A 124.wav Boris Roodbwoy, Andrew Rai – Get Whipped [Original Club Mix] 12A 125 Brand Nubian – Slow Down [Select Mix Remix] 12A 96 Brandy & Monica – The Boy Is Mine [DJ Serg Remix] [Intro] 3A 100 Brigade – Obacht [Kalipo Remix] 7A 117 Burna Boy – Ye [Da Phonk Club Edit] 4A 109 Burna Boy – Ye [Scottie B Remix] [Clean] 4A 105 Burna Boy – Ye [Scottie B Remix] [MMP Intro Edit] [Clean] 4A 105 Calvin Harris FT. Rag & Bone Man – Giant [Finlay C Remix] 11A 128 Calvin Harris FT. Rag & Bone Man – Giant [Jay Will Remix] 12A 128 Calvin Harris FT. Rihanna – We Found Love – Chuckie Remix [DJ Ragoza Acapella Out] [QH] [Clean] 2B 129 Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe – Varsity Team Remix [DJ Ragoza Acapella Out] [QH] [Clean] 9A 128 Carol Jiani – Hit’n Run Lover [Cassimm Remix] [Intro Clean] 5A 125 Carol Jiani, CASSIMM – Hit’n Run Lover [Cassimm Extended Remix] 5A 125 Catalin Cristian, Reno Allen – Eutopia [Adrian Bilt Remix] 11A 125 Chicks Luv Us – More Than Love [Proudly People Remix] 4A 125 Chocolate Puma & Antranig – Blam! [DJ City Club Edit] [Intro] 3A 125 Claudio D x Dua Lipa – Don’t Start Now [Remix] [Clean] 9A 124 Coldplay – Orphans – Muzi Remix 10A 113 Collini x Ava Max – Torn [Hook-N-Sling-Remix] [Clean] 7A 125 Collini x Billy Mac , Hayley Jayne – One More Day [Ruff Loaderz Remix] [Clean] 9A 125 Collini x Chico Rose FT. Afrojack – Sad [Vize Extended Remix] [Clean] 4A 126 Collini x Edx – Stay [Club Mix] [Clean] 2A 125 Collini x Kataa, Qubiko – Going Deeper [Qubiko Extended Remix] [Clean] 9A 125 Collini x Kenny BizZarro – Get Down [Club Mix] [Clean] 8A 125 Collini x Linkin Park & Jay-z – Encore [James Hype VIP Remix Dirty] [Dirty] 11A 126 Collini x Mark James – Jump Into My Mind [Club Mix] [Clean] 5A 125 Collini x Moon Rocket & Re-tide – Chocolate [Mattei & Omich Remix] [Clean] 7A 125 Collini x Richard Grey – Living For The Future [Jack’s On Remix] [Clean] 4A 126 Collini x Soulvation, Luca Debonaire – Get Lost [Club Mix] [Clean] 11A 125 DaBaby – Bop On Broadway [DJ Nasa Club Re-Work] Clean 1A 140 DaBaby – Bop On Broadway [DJ Nasa Club Re-Work] Dirty 1A 140 DaBaby – Bop On Broadway [DJ Nasa Club Re-Work] Intro – Clean 1A 140 DaBaby – Bop On Broadway [DJ Nasa Club Re-Work] Intro – Dirty 1A 140 DaBaby – Suge [Nicki Minaj Remix] [Intro Clean] 7A 75 DaBaby – Suge [Nicki Minaj Remix] [Intro Dirty] 7A 75 Dalex & Lenny Tavarez FT. Anitta, Natti Natasha, Farruko & Justin Quiles – Bellaquita [Remix] [Dirty] 4B 83 DASCO, Anthony Nicholson – Keep Movin’ [Anthony Nicholson MEditerranian Disco Remix] 1A 125 Deetron – Photon [Carl Cox Remix] 8A 128 Detroit Swindle – The Life Behind Things [Isoul8 Remix] [Intro-Outro] [DJ Snow] [Clean – 124Bpm] 5A Diego Asbell – Earthquake [M. Rodriguez Remix] 10A 125 Digital Underground – The Humpty Dance Pt. 2 [Select Mix Remix] 2A 103 Dillon Francis – Bawdy [Desamor. Remix] 10A 110 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Daddy Yankee, Afro Bros, Natti Natasha – Instagram [Sean Finn Remix] 1A 125 DJ Allan x Becky G – Mala Santa [Kat-Rick Remix] [Clean] 9A 105 DJ Allan x J. Balvin – Blanco [Aleck Vip] [Clean] 7A 100 DJ Jeff x Normani – Motivation [Country Club Martini Crew Extended Remix] [Clean] 12B 110 DJ PP & Thousand Nights – Show Me Love [Sinner & James Remix] 9A 125 DJ Q FT. Dread MC – Snapchat VIP 4A 134 DJ Snake & J Balvin FT. Tyga – Loco Contigo [DJ Getdown Remix] [Clean] 11A 105 DJ Snake & J Balvin FT. Tyga – Loco Contigo [Garabatto Remix] [Dirty] 12A 145 DJ Snake & J Balvin FT. Tyga – Loco Contigo [Limitless & Kybba Remix] [Dirty] 11A 100 DJ Snake & J Balvin FT. Tyga – Loco Contigo [WILL K Remix] [Clean] 11A 105 DJ Snake, Sean Paul & Anitta FT. Tainy – Fuego [Yousless Remix] [Intro] 1A 105 DJ Wady, Rio Dela Duna – Piano [Bonetti Remix] 10A 125 DJeDJotronic – Are Friends Electric [Curses Remix] 1B 119 Don Omar FT. Daddy Yankee – Hasta Abajo [Thombs Remix] [Intro] 6A 100 Drenchill, Indiiana – Never Never [Giorgio Gee Remix] 1A 126 Dua Lipa – Don’t Start Now – Alonso Remix 9A 124 Dua Lipa – Don’t Start Now [James Godfrey & Keepin It Heale Remix] 10A 125 Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive [SEMI Remix] 1A 128 Ed Sheeran FT. Khalid – Beautiful People [FEIER & EIS Remix] [Intro] 5A 115 Eddy Lover FT. La Factoria – Perdoname – Aaar Remix 8A 100 Erick Sermon, Marvin Gaye – Music [Select Mix Remix] 2A 100 Ess O Ess – Voice Inside [The Backwoods Remix] 7B 120 Eve FT. Gwen Stefani – Let Me Blow Ya Mind [ETX Remix] [Intro Dirty] 1A 97 Fat Joe FT. Ashanti – What’s Luv – Kevin D & Tom Push Remix [Clean] 5B 102 FATOUMATA DIAWARA – Kokoro [Laolu Remix] 3A 114 Fish, Lucent – So Strong [Ali McK & Jhuttz Remix] 8A 70 Freddie Frampton, Enzo Siffredi – Grinning [Enzo Siffredi’s Remix] 6A 124 Fun – Some Nights – Scene Kings Remix [DJ Ragoza Acapella Out] [QH] [Clean] 8B 126 Galantis & Dolly Parton FT. 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  1. Roberto Surace – Joys (Purple Disco Machine Extended Remix) (6:37)
  2. T-Connection- Do What You Wanna Do (Moplen Extended Remix) (9:28)
  3. Africanism Allstars, NaSSau – Talibé (DJ Angelo Extended Remix) (7:12)
  4. Agorsor – Hugadem (MoBlack Remix) (6:02)
  5. Alex Peace, Crazibiza – Chicky Groove (Jaxx Inc Remix) (4:03)
  6. Alex Rossi – Tutto Va Bene Quando Facciamo L’Amore feat. Jo Wedin (Yuksek DSKOTK Remix) (5:36)
  7. Âme – Transmoderna (7:06)
  8. Black Loops – Gwei Lo (Original Mix) (7:20)
  9. Bratt – We Got A Thing (Original Mix) (6:25)
  10. Brokenears – Let Me Tell (Original Mix) (5:29)
  11. Bronx Cheer, Elliot Chapman – Move Me (DJ Vartan & Techcrasher Remix) (4:55)
  12. Casa Blanco – Given Up On Waiting (6:30)
  13. Chemars – Burnin’ (Original Mix) (5:42)
  14. Danito & Athina – Fog (Original Mix) (7:35)
  15. Danny Cruz – The Weekend (Original Mix) (5:54)
  16. Dany Cohiba – Sangue Da Vida (6:30)
  17. Dean Zepherin – Soundclash (Saison Remix) (6:50)
  18. Demarkus Lewis – Sometimes We Don’t (Original Mix) (5:46)
  19. Derek Muller – Mosaico (Original Mix) (7:31)
  20. Dirty Vegas – Days Go By (Sammy Porter Re Edit) (4:11)
  21. Discuji, Andi Hanako – Strange (Original Mix) (6:01)
  22. Dusky – Imagine What (5:38)
  23. Elias Kazais & George Nikolaou – Burning Sand (Original Mix) (6:25)
  24. Eluize & La Fraicheur – Alle (Original Mix) (6:41)
  25. Fabio Pierucci, Eleonore – Free (6:31)
  26. Faith Mussa, Rudimental – Ndi Konkuno (Rudimental Remix) (3:25)
  27. Flashmob – Unrefined (Original Mix) (7:03)
  28. Four80East, CeCe Peniston – Are You Ready? (Joey Negro Redemption Mix) (7:02)
  29. Franck Roger – Synks (8:08)
  30. Fukisama – Le Son De La Rue (Original Mix) (5:42)
  31. Fynn – Pilot (6:44)
  32. Godz Gift – The Love I Give (Jackin Clubmix) (5:08)
  33. Green Sugar – Party (4:36)
  34. Harry Romero – Tania (Honey Dijon Extended Remix) (7:11)
  35. Hotmood – The Rhythm Is There (6:17)
  36. Hp Vince – I Like Disco Nights (Original Mix) (6:21)
  37. Iban Montoro, Jazzman Wax – The Power Of The Spirit (Original Mix) (6:38)
  38. Jesper Ryom – Chants (8:11)
  39. Jo Paciello – Jack N.4 (5:35)
  40. John Morales, Natasha Watts – Im Giving All My Love (John Morales M+M Mix) (8:44)
  41. Kevin Yost – My Love (Beatkilla 2019 Rework Version) (12:38)
  42. Klaus Blatter – Space Girl (Todd Terry Mix) (7:39)
  43. Knox – Are You Ready (Extended Dance Mix) (8:30)
  44. Koki – Travelling (Mike Steva’s Deeper Roots Music Remix) (8:11)
  45. Le Babar, Lee Wilson – You Are (Everything) (Part 2) (Sebb Junior Remix) (6:20)
  46. LeBaron James – Pink Magic (Original Mix) (6:17)
  47. Lemon & Herb – Tsaheylu (Original Mix) (7:38)
  48. Loods, Mall Grab – A1 Love is Real VINYL ONLY (9:19)
  49. Low Steppa – Lift Me Up (Atjazz Remix) (6:05)
  50. Luis Radio – The Call Up (Extended Mix) (6:47)
  51. Lunabass – The Belt feat. LACIA (6:27)
  52. Marco Lys – You’ll Be Mine (Extended Mix) (6:42)
  53. Martijn ten Velden – Strings Attached (Original Mix) (6:53)
  54. Medlar – Terrell (7:48)
  55. Michael Klein – Yuzu (6:47)
  56. Micky More, Andy Tee, Mark Lower – Soul Education (Mark Lower Remix) (6:13)
  57. Milk & Sugar, Andrey Exx, Qubiko – Riding High (Qubiko Extended Remix) (5:05)
  58. Mon Aerie, Anthony Nicholoson – MORE (Miquifaye Vox) (8:41)
  59. Moniestien, Venessa Jackson, Venessa Jackson Mazouloo Wind – Moniestien (N’ dinga Gaba Diplomacy Soul Remix) (8:09)
  60. Motez – Where Have You Been (Extended Mix) (6:02)
  61. Natasha Kitty Katt – Mr. Rhythm (6:39)
  62. Neil Pierce, Sy Sez, Lifford – The One That Got Away (Main Mix) (7:03)
  63. Nils Ohrmann – Vamos Nessa (Original Mix) (7:38)
  64. Omatix (UK) – House Music (Original Mix) (5:56)
  65. Ossur – Feel Inside (Original Mix) (6:12)
  66. Paso Doble – Djadjalo (Fred Everything Main Mix) (8:56)
  67. Paul Adam – Love Is Back (Original Mix) (6:27)
  68. Phil Weeks – The Devil Wears Prada (Original Mix) (5:21)
  69. Pinto (NYC), Robb Swinga – Give Me Power (7:12)
  70. Przemaz B – My House (Original Mix) (6:15)
  71. Ray MD – Ethnic Feelings (Afro Mix) (6:35)
  72. Re-Tide – Easy (Extended Mix) (7:00)
  73. RNDT – Keeping Your Love (7:50)
  74. Ruff Stuff – U Call (Original Mix) (6:27)
  75. S3A – Clarence J. Boddicker (Lorenz Rhode Remix) (5:52)
  76. Saint Evo, OS Fusion – Svara (Original Mix) (6:46)
  77. Sam Dexter – Tell Me (Marco Anzalone Extended Remix) (5:38)
  78. Sam Shure – Louna (8:35)
  79. Sasha Virus – Get Up (Original Mix) (6:08)
  80. Scott Diaz – Level Up (Original Mix) (6:12)
  81. Seamus Haji – Boogie 2nite (Extended Mix) (8:01)
  82. Sergio Saffe – The Block (Original Mix) (6:18)
  83. Simon Adams, Max Millan – I Don’t Care (Original Mix) (5:05)
  84. Simon Kennedy – Give You Up (Original Mix) (8:32)
  85. Sould Out – Ojos Coloridos (6:19)
  86. Stephane Deschezeaux – U Don’t Know What U Got (Original Mix) (6:06)
  87. Superlover & Tom Evans – Push Me (Original Mix) (6:50)
  88. Sweetpower, Dirtydisco, Adam Nova – Groovin To The Beat (Original) (6:58)
  89. The Discoboxers – Mary J. Blige Vs Doctor Love (Original Mix) (7:18)
  90. The Juan MacLean – What Do You Feel Free About? (Original Mix) (6:09)
  91. Tiptoes – Stay (6:16)
  92. Todd Terry, Barbara Tucker, Babert – Let It Shine (Babert Remix) (5:48)
  93. Tom Bug, Andre Espeut – What U Believe (Original Mix) (5:48)
  94. Tom Drummond – Burnin (Original Mix) (6:57)
  95. Tommy Glasses – For Love (5:08)
  96. Tru-York – Homage (6:59)
  97. Uri Mood – What’s That Thing Called (CASSIMM Remix) (6:07)
  98. White Label – Splendid (Original Mix) (6:05)
  99. Withus – Up Down (5:24)
  100. Yann Polewka – La French Touch (69 Mix) (5:41)
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Submission TIL: Cuba sent gays and lesbians (and anyone who might look the part) to forced-labor prison camps. As if I didn't already have reasons to hate Useful Idiots like Barbara Boxer who, following ANC-style logic, support these regimes because they have an irrational hatred of white people.
Comments TIL: Cuba sent gays and lesbians (and anyone who might look the part) to forced-labor prison camps. As if I didn't already have reasons to hate Useful Idiots like Barbara Boxer who, following ANC-style logic, support these regimes because they have an irrational hatred of white people.
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The two main recogidas (round-ups) of UMAP internees occurred in November 1965 and June 1966 (Ros 146, 151). The Comités de Defensa de la Revolución (CDR) – a nationwide government organization located on every block – was mainly responsible for informing the military who were destined for the UMAP camps (Yglesias 27, 275; Blanco 72; Lumsden 67; Santiago). Most individuals were taken to the camps through a false notice to appear for military service (Santiago; Ros 52, 79, 94, 101, 141). Individuals would receive a telegram with a notice to appear for SMO at locations such as sports stadiums (Ros 37, 73; Cabrera 37). Instead of being transferred to an SMO military camp, these individuals were transported by train, truck, or bus to UMAP agricultural forced-work camps in Camagüey (Ros 15). Conditions on the eight-hour trip across the island were often very poor, with many internees deprived of clean water and food (Cabrera 45; Ros 72–75). Often provided no stops and no facilities on the ride, they had to relieve themselves within the passenger compartment of the train or bus (Cabrera 45; Santiago; Ros 72–75; Improper Conduct). Alternatively, instead of receiving a false SMO notice, many individuals were directly rounded up off the streets into buses and shipped to UMAP camps (Improper Conduct; Martínez 66; Llovio 156). This selection method was reserved for gay men and antisociales (anti-socials) such as los hippies. Former UMAP internee and Ministerio del Interior (MININT) informer José Luis Llovio-Menéndez wrote in his memoir that “MININT officers would patrol known homosexual gathering places … they rounded up anyone who looked like a homosexual and shipped these people off to UMAP” (156). According to Cuban propaganda at the time, homosexuality looked like tight pants, dark sunglasses, and sandals.
The internees were often divided by category (Jehovah’s Witnesses, gay men, Catholics, etc.) en route to the camps (Ros 24, 55). Each internee was called by a number which was assigned to them upon arriving at the camps (Santiago; Cabrera 61; Muñoz). In general, there were two types of camps: camps only for gay men and camps for everyone else (Ros 55, 87; Former; Llovio 156). Even while gay men were temporarily stationed at the camps for general internees, they were sometimes assigned to a separate platoon for homosexuals (Cabrera 58; Viera). To transfer internees to camps for homosexuals, the guards would call the entire camp to assemble and publicly select those who would be transferred (Ros 176). That the military actively segregated gay men not only from society but also from within the camps demonstrates just how preoccupied the government was with curbing the “diffusion” of homosexuality.
Many internees have reported that the quality and quantity of food in the camps was very poor. One internee, who claimed to have gone from 170 to 120 pounds by his first family visit, remembered that at his camp they ate stray cats, hens, and snakes they captured while working in the fields (Blanco 108, 134). To the contrary, one former UMAP internee claimed that “there was enough food … we ate lots of canned meat, sardines, condensed milk; there was milk, rice, beans, there was plenty” (Former). Although internees generally were not starved, internees did not receive food if they had not completed their production quota for the day (Former; Blanco 57). One reason for the scarcity of food was that military officials would hoard foodstuffs for their personal use or sell them to guajiros (people from the countryside) (Ros 166–68; Blanco 83). Water deprivation was another form of mistreatment (Blanco 55). Former internee René Cabrera wrote in his memoir that at one camp they were allotted just three glasses of water a day while they spent all day outside in the sun cutting sugar cane (138). As a result, internees had to drink contaminated water they found accumulated in the fields (Cabrera 144; Blanco 55). Internees were granted access to medical treatment and when necessary were transferred to military hospitals for illness. Still, the denial of treatment by arbitrary camp guards resulted in the deaths of some internees (Blanco 70–72, 115–22; Ros 179–84).
There are many reports of physical abuse at the camps, especially directed towards testigos de Jehová (Jehovah’s Witnesses). Former internees have reported Jehovah’s Witnesses being beaten, threatened with execution, stuffed with dirt in their mouths, buried in the ground up to their necks, deprived of food or water, forced to stand in latrines with waste water, and tied up naked outside in barbed wire without food or water until fainting (Ros 80, 101, 112, 193; Cabrera 63, 71, 197; Former). Llovio, who was sent to the UMAP camps for over a year from early 1966 to June 1967 for accusations of corruption and later became a camp doctor, witnessed first-hand the physical abuse some internees received (Llovio 159, 160, 167). At one camp, Llovio saw a young Jehovah’s Witness hung by his hands from the top of a flagpole. Llovio lowered the man and treated his hands, which he described as “raw and bloody … numb and purplish” (153–54). For one afternoon, Llovio was sent to provide medical care to the Malesar unit, a camp for homosexuals. There, Llovio described the physical condition of the internees as “deplorable” (157). As a doctor, he treated patients whose bodies were covered with insect bites and others who had bruises left over from beatings. The internees Llovio treated at the homosexual camp told him that many of their privileges, such as receiving visitors and mail, would be arbitrarily suspended. In addition, the camp guards practiced a wide range of abuses: forcing internees to work past sunset, sending ill internees to work, regularly beating internees while working, forcing internees to stand at attention all day in the sun, and making internees stand naked in ditches of camp sewage (Llovio 157, 158). Many camps even had designated punishment cells (Improper Conduct; Viera; Santiago). For a respite from the camps, many internees mutilated themselves so they could be transferred to a hospital (Ros 205–8; Cabrera 192; Blanco 57–58). There also exist accounts of suicide at the camps. A Catholic internee reported that he saw a gay man hang himself in the UMAP camps (Cardenal 293). Former internee José Blanco, who was transferred from the regular SMO to the UMAP for admitting that he considered the possibility of emigrating from Cuba, also recalled cases of internees committing suicide in camps not for homosexuals (34, 139).
I omitted the term "concentration camp" from the OP because a concentration camp would be even worse:
If former Cuban intelligence agents’ statistics are correct, approximately 0.75 percent of internees died as a result of the conditions they endured in the camps. This would mean that there was roughly one death or suicide at each UMAP camp during a course of two-and-a-half years. Although the conditions at the UMAP were brutally inhumane, these figures also reveal that life-threatening torture was not systematically practiced at the camps. The UMAP camps were a huge tragedy, but they were not quite “Cuba’s concentration camps.” Sadly, Cuba already experienced this phenomenon during the Cuban War of Independence in 1896 when the Spanish government gathered about half a million civilians into camps called reconcentrados. As a result of the insurgents and counterinsurgents’ mutual strategies of pillage and destruction, approximately 10 percent of Cuba’s entire population perished in the makeshift reconcentrados (Tone 192–224).
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A Cuban was interned at the UMAP because they were not adequately integrated into the Revolution and their membership in a particular social category was enough to render them contrarrevolucionario (counter-revolutionary) and thereby justify their internment. The UMAP was as much about political repression as it was about bigotry.
Robert Altemeyer's research findings in The Authoritarians overwhelmingly demonstrate that the latter two go together. The people most likely to favor authoritarian crackdowns and take a "the authorities know best" stance are also much more prejudiced than other members of society regarding [insert outgroup here]. Exhibit A: what happens when the government says "Jehovah's Witnesses are a dangerous, counterrevolutionary element":
The Cuban government justifies its persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses by claiming that the sect was part of a scheme orchestrated by the CIA. For example, in January 1963, the Cuban government released a statement announcing that it had sabotaged a CIA spy network based in Oriente province, where they claimed to have found “a large quantity of buried weapons … 36,000 Cuban pesos and some Jehovah’s Witnesses’ prayer books” (“Broke CIA Spy Ring,” 1963). In a 1985 interview, Fidel Castro remarked that “Jehovah’s Witnesses cause problems everywhere … we were highly sensitive. Threatened by the United States, we needed to apply a strong defense policy – and we found ourselves faced with a doctrine that opposed conscription. We didn’t have any trouble over beliefs; rather, all our problems were over ideas – and you don’t know whether they’re religious or political” (Borge 186–87).
Altemeyer also found that respondents' authoritarianism scores go up when asked to fill out the questionnaire while imagining the country has had a terrorist attack, civil unrest, an attempted coup, etc. There's a psychological reason the Cuban government's propaganda claimed Jehovah's Witnesses were linked to the CIA.
The highly traumatic experiences of many testigos make it emotionally challenging for these former internees to open up to outsiders. Jehovah’s Witnesses were by far the most abused at the camps (Viera). As former internee Héctor Santiago, who was sent to camps for gay men, emphasized:
With us, they were terrible, but let me tell you the truth, they treat you like a lady compared to the testigos de Jehová. Oh my god, they really, really were terrible with them, terrible. The things that they did to them … horrible, horrible.
Former internee René Cabrera, who was interned for his Catholic activities, corroborated in his memoir, “The Jehovah’s Witnesses, as always, were the principal victims of the government’s intention of those crimes” (97).
Testigos de Jehová were not permitted to receive family visits, were not granted passes to leave the camps, and did not receive packages or letters (Cabrera 88, 113; Muñoz). In one instance, a camp guard did not allow a testigo to see his mother who had come to visit him because he refused to put on the verde olivo pants which had to be worn for family visits (Muñoz). When first transferred to the camps, many Jehovah’s Witnesses refused to participate in any camp activities and many refused to even wear the camp uniform (Former; Cabrera 59; Muñoz; Blanco 86). Testigos faced severe punishments for their non-participation, such as beatings, being buried in the ground up to their necks, or being forced to stand outside for hours until fainting (Blanco 86; Ros 101, 112, 194; Cabrera 59–60).
Jehovah’s Witnesses experienced a variety of tortures in the UMAP camps. In addition to the practices explained earlier, at some camps a guard would take individual Jehovah’s Witnesses who refused to wear the UMAP uniform out into the fields and fire a pistol, pretending to shoot them while the others were still in earshot. After faking this execution, the guard would return to the camp and select another Jehovah’s Witness who refused to put on the uniform...Another common punishment was forcing testigos to stand in latrines filled with excrement up to the waist or chest (Blanco 86; Former). At some camps, guards forced Jehovah’s Witnesses to scoop the sewage from camp ditches with their bare hands (Blanco 86).
During the 1960s the Cuban Revolution severely and systematically restricted gay citizens’ rights. Gay people were not allowed to teach, go abroad, join the military, attend university, practice the fine arts, work in the press, or join the communist party (Lumsden 76; Young 28; Santiago; Salas 160–61). In the university, students were purged for accusations of homosexuality in public trials attended by hundreds of students. Trials for accused homosexuals had the same procedures as those for accused counterrevolutionaries (Improper Conduct; Guerra 2012, 247). Employment of antisociales and homosexuals was regulated through one’s expediente, a government dossier on every citizen which is reviewed for hiring (Lumsden 76). Government documents such as expedientes and military IDs contained symbols which marked one as an antisocial or a homosexual (Young 38; Santiago). Héctor Santiago, for instance, was barred from returning to his work in theater after leaving the UMAP because his expediente indicated his antisocial status (Santiago). Even in the legal system, gays were excluded. Court cases handled through popular tribunals (a localized legal system for minor cases implemented in 1963) were all held publicly, except for certain cases involving a woman’s “honor,” juvenile delinquents, or homosexuals (Domínguez 1978, 256). In a communist country aspiring for classlessness, gays were an underclass.
...not all the gay men sent to the UMAP exhibited queer or effeminate behavior. Men interned at camps for homosexuals could be effeminate, masculine, or whatever (Santiago; Viera)...what specifically preoccupied the Cuban Revolution was its citizens’ sexual behavior. As one former internee emphasized, “What mattered was homosexual sexuality” (Santiago).
Moreover, straight and/or gender-conforming individuals were also impacted by the state-sponsored campaign against homosexuality because they now had to fear that an agent of the state – as close as the CDR up the street or a fellow classmate – may accuse them of homosexuality. As a young, self-identified heterosexual and revolutionary Cuban explained, “The persecution of homosexuals … is hateful and unnerving. Not that we’re homosexuals. But there’s always the fear that they’ll think you are, because of the long hair or because you’re an artist or a poet … It’s all repression” (Cardenal 21). Indeed, the very point of the state’s gender policing was to enforce machista norms amongst all members of society. All men and women had to check their own gender performance and expression to ensure that their masculinity or femininity was never questioned, lest they face the state’s consequences. Although homosexual men were the direct targets of the Revolution’s repressive policies, Cuba’s gender policing was truly directed toward the whole population – to intimidate all Cubans into adopting ever more machista gender norms to achieve the realization of the illusive hombre nuevo (the “New Man”) who would usher in the communist future.
After having waged a highly effective anti-prostitution campaign during the early and mid-1960s (Salas 100–102), the Cuban Revolution next attempted to eliminate homosexuality. In addition to the social and political stigmatization of homosexuality, the medicalization of homosexuality heavily informed the “treatment” gay men received in the UMAP.29 A 1965 study in Havana to determine the cause of effeminacy in boys concluded that both environmental factors and inherited characteristics contributed to male effeminacy. Certain children, then, were born prone to developing effeminate and eventually homosexual behaviors, but only if “triggered” by certain environmental factors. The study urged that the prevention of male effeminacy and homosexuality “can only be done through the organs and mechanisms of education at the disposition of the State” (Leiner 39–40). Steeped in this medicalized understanding, it was believed that homosexuality was preventable. Under this rationale, homosexuals would be banned from most work involving the public. In 1965, the Ministry of Health published a report on homosexuality which found that there was no known biological cause of homosexuality. The report concluded that homosexuality must be a learned behavior and urged that “research as well as prevention must start very early in order to influence the mechanisms of this learning process” (33).
Note the similarity to the logic of NARTH. "There's no single Gay Gene, so it must be because your uncle molested you and your parents let you play with dolls."
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The UMAP camps:
The UMAP, las Unidades Militares de Ayuda a la Producción, were forced-work agricultural labor camps operated by the Cuban government during the mid-1960s in the east-central province of Camagüey. The current academic literature on the UMAP camps has exclusively taken into account homosexual internees’ experiences and has characterized the camps solely as an instance of gender policing. This paper will argue: 1) the UMAP was an integral component of the Cuban Revolution’s larger economic, social, and political goals, 2) the experiences of the diverse gamut of UMAP internees cannot be generalized into a single, concentration-camp narrative, and 3) although gay men certainly endured horrific treatment at the camps, Jehovah’s Witnesses were the victims of the worst brutality at the UMAP.
>"Send homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, ideological dissidents and antisocial elements to concentration camps"
Holy motherfucking Horseshoe Theory, Batman.
This article argues that the UMAP was not a fringe of revolutionary policy aimed at a sliver of the population, but an integral and multifaceted component of the Cuban Revolution’s economic, social, and political aspirations.
The UMAP was no state secret. In a roaring March 1966 speech delivered on the escalinata (large stairway) of the University of Havana, Fidel Castro remarked “some have to go to the SMO; some have to go to la UMAP, Unidades Militares de Ayuda a la Producción” (Castro 1966). In 1966 and 1967, at least a dozen different articles in the Cuban press referenced the UMAP camps, complete with photos of lush sugarcane fields and interviews with cheerful internees
Although technically part of the military, the UMAP was not designed to tranquilize external, violent enemies but internal, latent threats: namely, homosexuals and members of civil society whose loyalties were not wholly dedicated to the Revolution. Unique in that it targeted not Cubans actively against the regime but Cubans deemed insufficiently revolucionario, the UMAP camps were the pinnacle of revolutionary Cuba’s repressive, authoritarian policies.
inb4 Castro apologists
Firstly, the UMAP was a means of repressing insufficiently revolucionario elements of civil society, such as religious groups and secret societies.
A true liberator of the common people, this Castro.
Secondly, the UMAP constituted the extreme fringe of a nuanced spectrum of coerced, unpaid labor that was central to the Revolution’s economic goals.
As each camp held roughly one hundred individuals and there were tens of thousands of internees, hundreds of UMAP camps were scattered throughout Camagüey (Kidd 1969, 24).
The most vital function of the UMAP camps was not killing or torturing civilians, but exploiting the labor of Cuba’s supposed degenerates. The experiences and conditions in the UMAP varied widely, but the one constant among all the testimony is the inhumane number of hours these internees were forced to work. One internee recalled that each worker’s daily quota for cutting sugar cane ranged between 18 and 24 cordeles lineales, which is between 366 meters and 488 meters of cane.16 On average, internees worked about 60 hours a week, but some internees have reported working even more, at 12 hours a day, six days a week (Blanco 100; Cardenal 294; Kidd 1969, 24): “during the zafra [sugar harvest], we would get up earlier, sometimes at four … we worked nonstop until lunch … a few minutes of rest and we returned to cutting sugar cane until dusk” (Muñoz). Llovio-Menéndez wrote that the work schedule at one camp during the zafra began at 4:30 AM and ended at 7:00 PM with one 15 minute break at 10:00 AM and two hours allotted for lunch (147). Working hours were longest during the zafra, which typically lasted from January to April, but due to labor shortages in the 1960s was lengthened from November to June (Pérez 236). For essentially half of the year, UMAP internees were forced to cut sugar cane from sunrise to sunset six days a week.
The most vital function of the UMAP camps was not to kill civilians, but to exploit the labor of Cuba’s lacra social (scum of society) – without any concern for what the human cost might be.
Gotta get that sweet, sweet brutal slave labor when the rest of the country has shit productivity under a totalitarian command economy. Soviet gulags and North Korean concentration camps were designed for the same thing. North Korean camps being so horrific they make Bergen-Belsen look mild (see also: Eyes of the Tailless Animals).
Thirdly, the UMAP sought to “correct” those who exhibited a revolutionarily improper masculinity and discriminated against not only homosexuals, but also Afro-Cubans.
Assata Shakur Forum members might want to take note of that last part. Ditto for Mandela fans and ANC supporters, who have never heard of black Cuban dissidents like Ernesto Penalver.
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So, how do you keep her? By being honest and vulnerable and human and by being humble and putting her happiness over yours and most importantly by being happy yourself. but then again: you SO dont want advice from me.
What is it like teaching creative writing at a STEMmy school like MIT? Thank you so much for what you do, by the way. Oscar was the most important book that I read last year. I love defending art in places where art is not seen as central. america and mit share a lot in common in this respect.
You had a lot of difficulty writing Oscar Wao. How many different reiterations of Oscar Wao did you go through? How much research did you undergo to write the portions of the novel which took place in Trujillo’s reign of terror? Was this prior knowledge or on the fly research while writing Wao? If you were to recommend literature about this era, what would you suggest (besides Feast of the Goat)? I understand you jumped straight into an MFA after completing your BA at Rutgers. How would you describe your experience at Cornell University? Was it helpful to your success, or were you successful despite your time there? How has your experience teaching fiction in an academic setting (MIT) compared to your work with mentoring the students at VONA? For Oscar Wao I did a ton of research. I hit the archives nonstop and read as much as I could from the period. Some of the work of the loathsome Joaquin Balaguer and the formidable Juan Bosch were part of the equation. and of course pedro verges monumental Sólo cenizas hallarás, which takes place right after the fall of trujillo.
As for cornell . . . that was tough. i was very isolated and it didnt feel all that welcoming for a young kid of color coming from a poor community. I wrote DROWN while i was there and got involved in a Latino student movement that was wildly successful. by the end of it we got six faculty hires in latino studies and a latino living center. but i wouldnt want to go back up to ithaca again to live. too cut off and isolated and white for a jersey kid like me. im used to way more diversity. even boston is more diverse than that.
What is your revision process like? Do you write the first draft completely before going back to tweak it? I write so many drafts its not funny. ill work on a story for ten, 15 years. like the last tale in THIS IS HOW YOU LOSE HER. i started that shit in 1996.
I just read This Is How You Lose Her and I loved it. You write such beautiful and realistic dialogue. Do you have a process for writing such natural exchanges? Or do you just have an ear for language? Do you have any tips on how to write dialogue? I actually write as little dialogue as possible because i dont think im that good at it. but i do repeat all my dialogue over at least a 100 times aloud and that helps keep the corny out.
You write about a typical emotionally unavailable man in This Is How You Lose Her. When he obviously doesn't want to be that way. Do you have a bridge for how he can resurface into intimacy? Why is this man's psychology so important to the Latino community? Masculinity is one of the biggest social forces impacting all of our communities. men, unhealthy, diassociated men, do a lot of damage across the board. this is why raising healthy boys matters.
I dropped out of college [In Boston] a few years back because I found it really unsatisfying and because I felt like I was being pushed (and pushing myself) through a major I really didn't want to peruse. What I really would like to do is study English and Creative Writing because I think that's where my real talent might lie, or if not talent, at least satisfaction. But there's been a lot of debate recently about the value of the Humanities and English in college curriculums, and how many collages are cutting back because they no longer see the value of such programs. Do you have any suggestions for someone who is on the fence about pursuing English and wants to make a go of writing? If your mindset is about business: humanities doesnt make money, it makes humans and business has never liked humans. if your mindset is human, humaniities makes perfect sense because its about making you a better human. as a writer i majored in history and wrote. one doesnt have to major in writing or english to be a writer. its often better to have other materials rattling around in your head.
How long did it take you to get an agent? I more or less won the lottery and got an agent almost as soon as i tried. but i wasnt very professional about it. met and accepted the first agent that crossed my path. she was super young too and had no real authors under her belt. nowadays a lot of young writers want superstars as agents but what i stumbled on was a very useful truth: better an agent with energy and the time to pay attention to you than someone who is too busy to give you the energy you merit.
Thank you for being one of the most ass-kickingly heartfelt, honest, hilarious, and lyrical writers in modern fiction. Two words: Monstro. When? No idea. going to take forever.
Are you working on a new NOVEL? I am and its going badly. no other news, sorry.
If one of your friends happened to raid your personal/home library, how long would it take you before you noticed it was missing? About 30 minutes. my eyes roam ceaselessly over my books. im always looking for a way out of my current narrative problems.
What makes you smile? Like a full blown, koolaid type of smile. Kids make me smile, straight up KoolA. and when the plane lands in santo domingo. that nearly sprains my face, that smile.
Hi Junot, I literally just finished Oscar Wao this week, and have been shouting its praises from rooftops to all who will listen. It has more than earned its place on my "desert island top 10" list. If I said that Oscar's death was his self-sacrifice to end the family's Fuku, would that be more or less true? I think that's what he hoped. that it would allow for all their seperate stories to come together.
Would you be open to (short or feature-length) film adaptations of your stories? Why or why not? What would your superpower be? And your superhero name? :D. I guess i would. i would like to trust the director though. if i had a superpower it would be teleportation. (i love to travel and loath airports.) name: Thousand Masks. for no reason other than i love Mil Mascaras.
Hi, Junot! Thank you for sharing your talents with us. I've read each of your books, Oscar Wao being my favorite. Some months ago, I was considering applying for grad school to get my M.A. in English (with a concentration in Latino(a) literature, but being underemployed, student loans, etc. ultimately discouraged me from pursuing that dream right now. My application essay was going to focus on Oscar, specifically focusing on the references and elements of science fiction ever present throughout the novel, and how closely it related to the Gothic genre (not really Southern Gothic, though (Sorry, Mark Twain)); thus proving that it can be considered an 'American' novel. Is my English major brain making up odd conclusions or do you see correlations within this particular work to the Gothic genre? Actually im obsessed with the gothic. but id argue oscar wao is an example of the Post colonial gothic. and the haunted house is the diaspora. if you were my mentee, id say read about PC gothic, rewrite the paper and apply to a phd where there is funding. MA's are moneymakers for the schools but they dont do much for you. phd's there s often a lot more funding.
I loved reading Oscar Wao and am looking forward to more of your writings. So my friend and I were discussing that how in Oscar Wao, the footnotes form an integral part of the story - to the extent that sometimes it becomes difficult to tell what is the story and what is the footnote. There are not a lot of authors who use footnotes in their works per se (David Foster Wallace is one that comes to mind) What did you have in mind while adding these footnotes to your book? I had in mind the writer patrick chamoiseau and the fact that footnotes tend to be used to extend authority. i wanted to use them to disrupt it.
Oh hi Junot Diaz, do you still have the sneaker painting I gave you? Damn! i think that's in storage with all the rest of my treasures.
Can you talk about the influence of women in your life? Raised by my mom and her two sisters. i was the youngest aunt irma's favorite. and my grandmother. had two sisters of my own. and one of those kids, like oscar, who started falling in love with girls really young but who also saw girls as possible friends and mentors outside of the lover paradigm. i dont think id be an artist if it wasnt for the women in my life. for my universisty mentors etc. they more or less gave me my project, my remit, they helped initiate me into my calling.
I haven't read any of your short stories or books. What kind of things do you write and what is a good starting point to begin your work? I write about young men with cracked hearts in NJ and the Dominican Republic and a couple of other things as well. try this is how you lose her and go from there.
I’ve been troubling myself lately about the character of Pura. On the one hand, she’s so ruthless and conniving, that it’s almost easy to forget that the real “monster” is Rafa. On the other, as "campesina," her upbringing makes Yunior's look glamorous, and maybe ruthless was the only way for her to eke out a life. As readers, how do we balance our desire to pass judgment on characters with our obligation to take a full view of what they're up against? Always easier to take characters in literature to task than ourselves. its standard: we are so judgmental of others but of ourselves we're easy. i dont think Yunior is any worse than the average person. we just hide our mistakes, yunior bears witness to them. the question always is to the students: how honest are YOU about your errors and flaws? pura, like paloma in MISS LORA, understands well the men she's dealing with. and 'gets hers.' we can judge her too but what matters most for me is connecting with her and seeing ourselves in her actions.
I'm a big fan of your work. Thanks for stopping by. Like a million other people I"m an aspiring writer. My question is how do you balance theme/story in a nuanced way? I feel that a lot of times in my quest to explore my themes, I end up on quasi-philosophical rants instead of treating the subject matter in a subtle manner. Any tips for fixing that? Also, do you plan on reading Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon? I do plan on reading the pynchon. just keep trying to rein it in. eventually you wont sound so forced. practice really does it.
Que lo que! I am an NJ high school teacher of Dominican students who are learning English. Which of your stories, essays, or an excerpt do you think would be most interesting for them to read? Try: how to date a browngirl, blackgirl, whitegirl or halfie.
Good morning Junot. As a woman who has been deeply touched by the hero Oscar Wao and having read the other male protagonists in Drown and This is How You Lose Her, I'm always left feeling as though I've fallen through a weak spot in the floor of male stereotypes, stumbling into a deeper, more complex area of the male psyche after reading your stories. I find myself wondering what you hope women will draw from your portrayals of men. Care to elaborate? That was always the hope. i wanted to draw a more profound map of the kind of male psyches i grew up with, these hidden subjectivities. not just so we can understand them but so we perhaps can begin to talk about how we change them.
Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck or a hundred duck-sized horses? Thank you and id just run! no fighting for me!
What music is currently in heavy rotation on your ipod? Laura Mvula. Valerie June. and those new Drake cuts. just so i have something to talk to my goddaughter camila about.
What are some short story collections you'd recommend to those people who are averse to reading short stories? Ones that would definitely change their mind about the genre. TE HOLT in the valley of the kings dennis jonson's Jesus Son. maxine hong kingston (memoir) Woman Warrior. Edward P Jones Lost in the CIty Sandra Cisneros Woman Hollering Creek Sherman Alexie Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven Octavia Butler's BloodChild and Other Stories Ted Chiang Stories of You rlife.
Noam Chomsky: yay or nay? I like to think people are more complicated than Y o N but in brief id say Y, way up.
Hey man, thanks for doing this. i am a white girl who would like to shut up and listen more to what life is about for people who don't look like me. your books have been amazing in helping me do that. who are other awesome POC writers you might recommend? Arundhati roy god of small things. patrick chamoiseau. edwidge danticat. noviolet bulawayo. maxine hong kingston (memoir) Woman Warrior. Edward P Jones Lost in the City Sandra Cisneros Woman Hollering Creek Sherman Alexie Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven Octavia Butler's BloodChild and Other Stories Ted Chiang Stories of Your Life.
I read somewhere that many of the students in your MIT class have no idea that you're a famous author. Do you like the relative anonymity? Or are you somewhat surprised/disappointed that they haven't bothered to connect the dots? I love anonymity. why else would i want to spend 3-16 years locked up in a room writing! thank you!
, thanks for writing such magnificent pieces of work. I would have never read your books if not for my wife. Two questions: What's it like when you get noticed out on the street? My wife,Judi, wants to know how you like your café.. Im painfully shy in real life so its awkward. i drink it blank.
Tinto o cafe con leche? red sox or dodgers? futbol or football? marc anthony or juan luis guerra? Myrtle Beach or Venice Beach? name 1 Latina we should all be following (any kind of work). Cafe. mets (sorry). futball and football. JLG. Myrtle. Gina Franco and Aracelis Girmay (poets).
As a resident of Edison, New Jersey, I have to ask, what made you pick Edison for your short story? I have a great fondness for edison. nearby rutgers and emblematic of the ridiculous deep small city diversity that NJ is famous for.
Love your work. There's a lot of personal experience from the work from your own experience and those of others. How much would you say comes from your own personal experiences? Also, do women that read your work view you differently? I assume women read it a lot differently. theyre the ones who often have had to deal most directly with the kind of men i write about. they often have to make lives with these type of jerks, ,are the front-liners, we might say. im not sure a whole lot comes from my life. but enough.
There are some critiques that you haven't capture female characters as well as your male characters (Although I think you did a great job with Lola and Beli in Oscar Wao) Why do you think that is? I can accept that. though i would argue its yunior's inability to see women fully that keeps him from being human. and the question would also be: did i capture the woman narrator of OTRA VIDA, OTRA VEZ? i think i did an ok job. so what might i be saying as an artist, if i can clearly do women to a certain level, if im writing about a guy who cant see them well. there's a difference between what i can capture as a writer and what my narrator's can and in that gap lies the meaning of the book, or at least one of them.
Hi, Junot. I enjoyed "This Is How You Lose Her" very much. Nilda cemented itself in my head for a while, man. It still comes back to me in jagged icy fragments when I'm on the train back home or other mundane everyday-life moments when I'm most free to let my mind wander particularly. The last line of the story, as well as the pacing (incredibly great rhythm to it), hit especially hard. Maybe it resonated so well with me because I've grown up with a few Nildas and, in my early 20s, continue to meet a few damaged, lost-in-the-world, Nilda-esque girls still...and I tend to feel sad and a bit haunted for them. Anyways, your story brought those feelings to life on the page as I read Nilda and I wanted to thank you for that because that is the true power of literature--the symbiosis between reader and writer. Quick question, I was back home this past winter from school and had the wonderful opportunity to hear you speak in Amherst, MA. You mentioned how many young writers are viewing writing through the lens of a career-track or within the realm of the Linked-In universe (I'm paraphrasing). Essentially, the topic was that many young aspiring writers view their craft as a job, a task that will end is $$$ signs. I am a 22 year old recent graduate trying to find food pellets from the universe and one of those sources of nourishment from the cosmos is reading literature and writing. What advice would you give to someone who has seriously thought about pursuing an MFA in creative writing--even though it may not lead to a stable source of income afterwards--and is juggling their passion with the economically rational route of settling with a stable job and writing, since it's something they love, and trying to get published in their free time? I think one cant ask too much of their writing. if you ask it to pay the bills that's a lot of pressure. some people can live under that pressure. many of us cant. its point of view thing really. i was prepared to have a regular job and write by night. it was a miracle that what happened to me happened. point is while youre waiting for a miracle you got to keep your writing not feeling pressure--that's when it does its magic best. and wanting it to save us economically or otherwise is a LOT of pressure. how this can help i dont know but there it is.
As someone who hasn't read your work, what would you recommend I start with? All the books work well as introductions. drown is the darkest. oscar the wildest. how you lose her the closest.
Hi! I'm an up and coming writer and want to put a blend of pop culture and immigrant fiction in my stories. Do you have some tips? Hard to say: dont know the work. i didnt try to do any of that until i master the elemental forces that rule fiction. i knew that if i started bell and whistling before i had the wheels on the car the whole thing would fall apart.
Junot, I was listening to New Order, Joy Division, the Clash, Big Daddy Kane, Special Ed, Afrika Bambaataa.
What music were you listening to when you were a teenager? As for oscar . . . that's a great question . . . david bowie yes but also The Cure. and Metallica! early Metallica for oscar.
Who are Oscar and Yunior's favorite musicians? I always thought Oscar would like David Bowie and 70's prog rock, but I know I'm probably way off. Yunior is hiphop and merengue. JLGuerra a Anthony Santos etc. y los hermanos rosario y raulin . .
Hola Junot, I met you last year at a reading but you probably didn't understand anything I babbled, I was so nervous. I love your work! Thanks for giving PoC a voice in a place where we often get drowned out. As soon as I brush up on my Spanish, I'm going to DR. Fave secrets spots? Also, my boyfriend is Haitian but he loves you (he introduced Oscar Wao to me). Can you two be friends? You are so kind. i love the whole DR. your map will be as good as mine im sure. (but def check out the free concerts in the city if you can.) id be glad to be friends with anyone who would have me!
Hi Mr. Díaz! I greatly admire your fiction and the perspectives you bring to your interviews. You also edit the Boston Review, of course, and I'm curious about that aspect of the work you do. When you read submissions do the stories you then publish announce themselves on a first reading? Do you know a story you want to put out there when you read it or is it much more complicated? Thanks! Stories have to stay with me for at least a week. sometimes one knows right away but the week rule helps.
How does your non-fiction writing influence your fiction? I couldn't help but notice the amount of factual context in Oscar Wao - what literary effect do you think this creates, especially towards the (dramatic, magical) ending? Like many, i always though a little of the real goes a long way in a project thats almost all fake.
Race plays a big factor in your writing. In this short 3.5 minute video on youtube you talk about the effects of colonialism and how white supremacy is inextricably linked with economics. What if the richest and poorest people reflected the racial demographics perfectly? Would this actually make the situation better in Santo Domingo? I would say race plays a big factor in our world. im just reporting it. and to be honest what's going to help a place like the DR or the US is economic justice, real economic justice.
Hi Junot, firstly I wanted to thank you for your work. Being a Latino immigrant myself I identify with your stories and the way you go about relating them. I wanted to take you back to Drown, the first book I got from you nearly 15 years ago, are any if those stories autobiographical in any way? Who are you on those stories? And lastly what books are you reading these days? Drown was a profoundly autobiographical book. yunior, yunior, yunior. and im reading Hilton Als WHITE GIRLS.
I find your work very inspiring, what was the motivation process behind Oscar Wao? I wanted to write about that generation of dominican nerds who went to college. who came up poor and from immigrant families and yet ended up in college. lola. oscar. yunior. and i wanted to connect those extraordinary lives to their deep history of dictatorship and oppression.
Hi Junot! I'm a student at Rutgers and I'm having some difficulty with expository writing... Can you give me any advice? I always say find your writing center and get those folks to give you a ton of guidance and with all things--work hard at it. it gets easier.
I recently read Sherman Alexie's "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian" and it left quite an impression; it was funny, sad and insightful all at once. The protagonist Junior's sister Mary particularly intrigued me, and I thought of Lola from "Oscar Wao" for some reason. If you've read Alexie's book -- what would Lola say to Mary, if she could? She's probably ask her what's shes reading.
Thank you so much for doing this. You really are such an inspiration for me. I’ve been lending your books to all my friends since I started reading your work, safe to say you have a few new fans! My question for you concerns the concept of loneliness in your works and how/why you keep revisiting (or so it seems when I read these novels) moments of missed connection, of unintentional self-isolation. There is always a current of bittersweet loneliness in all of Junior’s narration, as well as in the other characters and their ability to engage or interact with one another. Is that loneliness something you are trying to draw attention to as problematic for individuals with an immigrant experience like Junior’s or do you think this is a more universal theme, more emblematic of the average young adult’s experience with North American urban life? What brings you back to tropes of loneliness and urban isolation? Thank you again for doing this AMA! I always pictured yunior as being very alone and figured that would be a perfectly existential commonplace to launch a character from. we all know loneliness and living with it is one of our challenges. immigration of course isolates too and so i figured with this one trait i could touch on a lot of things.
Hi! I just wanted to say first that I really, really love your writing. My term paper last year was actually on the roots and use of linguistic code changing in your work. That being said, how much goes into creating that lexicon? Does it come naturally or does it take some experimenting to get the sound totally right? Endless experimenting. way too much i sometimes think. but that's because im slow.
Hello! I love your work, and I actually used an excerpt from Drown yesterday as a demo-lesson for a job interview..I got the job! Thanks! Anyway, I was thinking about pursuing my PhD. My original BA was in Creative Writing, and my Master's degree is in Education. Would I be better of pushing forward with the education PhD or going the creative writing route? Obviously i like both but which one will give me the best chance to be a college professor based on the current and future markets? I think its all about the funding and the status these phd. if you can stand the phd you might as well go for it. sure there are a lot of them on the market but way more mfas . . . but make sure youre getting fully funded . . otherwise be cautious about the debt.
How do you pronounce your first name? Joo (rhymes with Chew) Know. More or less.
If Oscar had a theme song, what would it be? Yunior's? Lola's? Before rutgers. hmmm, probably for oscar joy division's transmission. yunior: my uzi weights a ton.
Lola: radio clash.
After rutgers: lola: joe arroyo no pegue la negra. yunior: black steel in the hour of chaos oscar: monchy y alexandra hojan en blanco.
Is there a book you have read that has been influential in your life, not necessarily your writing?! Of course. the autobiography of malcom x. read it young and it transformed me.
How do you come up with the characters you write? Is there a process or do they more or less come to you? Also, do you feel sympathetic towards Yunior at all, or is he a bad guy after all? I think yunior is human. he's weak and flawed but who isnt.
My characters are the people that stay with me the longest and in their staying they change to be their own original hearts.
What do you think is the biggest challenge in bringing gender equality awareness to Afro-Caribbean cultures? And how do you, as a Dominican man, challenge notions of sexism? Same forces as ever: patriarchy. heteronormativity. misogyny. capitalism. one does what one can--start within and on the outside: organize and raise awareness and organize.
Whatcha reading right now? What authors, aside from yourself, would you recommend? Hilton als: WHITE GIRLS is the shit. also reading edwidge danticat's CLAIRE OF THE SEA LIGHT.
I watched a video with you where you said it took 10 years to write Oscar Wao. At any point did you feel like just throwing in the towel? How many rewrites did it take to get to a point where you felt contended with the story? Oh man. i almost quite a dozen times. actually more than that. here's a little piece i wrote about it which will answer it better than i can here. (hate to do this but i figure it would be more efficient.)
Oh, and thanks for being awesome! Link to www.oprah.com
How do you get your news? do you read a lot of news everyday? How much time do you get to spend on reading these days? What was your favorite class in college? did you have one? I read so many papers and feeds in the morning it s nuts. way to waste time.
Hey junot ! I read oscar wao, and these is how you lose her, and although i live far away from the united states, and from any dominican republic, i liked the stories, they were amazingly human and had unexpected turns of events, and in general were awesome. so, i wanted to ask will all your books be about the dominican community in america ? and since i've red your books , it became kind of a topic for me, so what latino writers in the states do you recommend to read ? So far so DR is what i say. which is to say i think so. for latino writers one should read in my opinion: Francisco Goldman. Chloe Aridjis. Los Brothers Hernandez. Cristina Garcia. Ana Castillo. Sandra Cisneros. Oscar Hijuelos. Oscar Casares. Cristina Henriquez. etc.
Do you read Japanese literature and what is your favorite author or book? I do! of course i love murakami but im also a huge fan of Natsuo Kirino (OUT is magnificent) and Hitomi Kanehara's Snakes and Earrings. And Taichi Yamada's books are all amazing (especially Strangers) and of course Yoko Ogawa is a fave of mine.
Long time reader, first time caller. i love your Latino social commentary - terms like "alternatinas" that you use. im curious about Latinos in different parts of the US and how we can be different in the creative arts. in your travels across the US, have you noticed any striking differences among Latinos - like how we receive/respond to your work? are there any waves of Latino writers/subjects you find interesting? whenever i look up books on my kindle i cant find many Latino writers other than international writers - but I want to connect to my US Latino culture more - works like yours. When will you come to Los Angeles? happy hispanic/latino heritage month! We are incredibly diverse. i aint seen but 1% of my community if that so its hard to generalize. over all we just need more artists of all kind and more spaces where we as a community can begin to understand ourselves. the average latino gets like no education on what her community might even look like and so we're stuck bandying around the same old small ideas about who we might be or not. if every latino had a couple of years of ethnic studies courses we'd be in a different place id argue.
Hey Junot Diaz, have you read any Chester Himes at all? Secondly, where does the name Junot come from? I have! so disturbing and good. its a french last name. half my island is french colonized so go figure.
Can you talk a little about the collaboration with Jaime Hernandez? That seems like it would be an amazing opportunity, and I can only imagine (as a fan) that you'd be over the moon that he wanted to work with you. Did you get to sit down and talk with him at all about the illustrations he did? Did he admit to being a fan of your work? You know, that kind of stuff. Actually i didnt want to bother the master at all. i just let him go at it. but i did tell him that he was a god to me and that he inspired all my work, him and his brother. i felt i had nothing to add to his excellence and just wanted to geek out on his interpretations. my greatest dream would be to do a real collaboration one day with the brothers but they're so ON and so dope why would they need to work with anyone else?
Hi Junot! NEWYORICANGIRL here. I just self-published my first book and launched it at La Casa Azul last weekend. What advice do you have for your fellow Hispanic author? Friendly agents, marketing, affinity groups? Would you be willing to mentor me? Sister, i wish i could but time is always absent. id def apply to agents. there's a ton of lists floating around there. and honestly La Casa Azul is the best resource we got these days.
As a bilingual author, is it difficult to incorporate Spanish into your texts? And do you think knowing two languages has helped you in your profession? Language is the great strength of a writer. the more language you have the better. so having two is even better than one. but you still have to work to make it work esppecially when neither language seems to like the other too much.
Other than the ones mentioned explicitly in TBWLOOW, what are your favourite comic books and why? Mister X. Nexus. i like noir and i like rude's art and barron's exploration of the real cost of power in Nexus.
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