Tracks KINGS RECOMMENDED, REMIXES - 25.02.2018
REMIXES - HOUSE - CLUB HOUSE - FUTURE CLUB - BIG ROOM HOUSE
- An "on top of the world" week for the London (UK) born Dua Lip with two Brits awards as British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Artist plus, on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean being #1 in the Billboard Dance/Mixshow Airplay Charts for the 2nd week with the remixes of her UK-US hit "New Rules" from Charlie Lane, MAGIXX, U-GO-BOY, Vicetone, Barry Harris & MSC. Dua's official video for "New Rules" has over one thousand million views - incredible. Rolling Stone magazines Pop's Gangster Of Love is recommended by Kings
Tracks REMIXES - 25.02.2018
REMIXES - CLUB HOUSE - FUTURE CLUB - Long Island, NY native Sara P has been singing as long as she can remember, and wrote her first song at the age of 17. Titled "Time’s Up", it was re-recorded and released as "Bet You Wish" on her first EP, the self-titled "SP the EP", released in January 2016. Her gorgeous vocals and natural songwriting ability have led her to writing for and collaborating with many local artists and producers, and getting her noticed. Her latest track on 418 Music, Fall Into You, showcases Sara P’s fierce sound and ability. With additional hot remixes still available from Grammy-nominated producer StoneBridge, Damien Hall, Mark Hagan, Kue Remix and Shaun Warner, this track is one to watch. Visit 418music.com for all their latest releases.
Tracks REMIXES - 14.02.2018
REMIXES - HOUSE - DEEP HOUSE - DEEP TRIBAL - CLASSIC NY HOUSE
- This week's Billboard charts' power pick ! The single jumps to #31 on the Billboard Chart. Tony Moran's & Kimberly Davis' You're Good For Me upgrades its bureau of remixes as a new trio of varied sounds are rewarded to the music, these originating from the studios of Alyson Calagna, Freejak, and Giangi Cappai. Billboard Chart link: https://www.billboard.com/charts/dance-club-play-songs
Tracks REMIXES - 03.02.2018
DEEP HOUSE - HOUSE - CLASSIC HOUSE - CLUB HOUSE - BILLBOARD CHART ENTRY - Part 2 remixes heading straight to the top of the Billboard Club Dance Chart
for both legendary and loved Tony Moran with Kimberly Davis. Over to you to hold court with in your Kingdoms courtesy of remixes from DJ Strobe, Mauro Mozart, Tom Stephan & James Hurr. Cue trumpet fanfare down the red carpet as the celebrations begin.
Tracks REMIXES - 27.01.2018
Organ Bass House - Club House - Pop Trance - Future Pop - After a progressive 2017 Liam Keegan is back with his first single of 2018. Teaming up with Producer David Nye featuring Tricia McTeague they bring you a cool and contemporary remake of Michelle Gayle’s 90s hit ‘Do You Know’. Tricia McTeague provides the soaring vocals on the track and having collaborated with legendary producers like Paul Van Dyk and Armin Van Buuren - her tone and power are the perfect top line for this incredible take on a classic.
Tracks KINGS RECOMMENDED, REMIXES - 20.01.2018
SWEET REMIXES HERE FOR JENA ROSE ESPECIALLY THE DJ LYBRA - DEEP HOUSE - TRIBAL HOUSE - CLUB HOUSE - FUTURE HOUSE - Jena Rose wants to THANK ALL of the KingsofSpins.com DJs for the continued LOVE, positive comments and support on the PART2 campaign of "Sweet Love"-- She is so VERY GRATEFUL!! Her hot radio/club track is climbing the Billboard Club Chart (33*-25*), and setting her sights on TOP20 & beyond in the weeks ahead!! She wanted to share the EXCITING NEW PART3 Remixes with you which features new remix talents such as JAMES ANTHONY, JUNOTRIX, SILVER BLUFF, KC ANDERSON, DJ LYBRA, and CRAIG C!! Be sure to WATCH the HOT/NEW Video Remix from Eric Jenkins, who did a SPECIAL EDIT of the NITEMOVER Remix!!! You should also check out his visual remix skills on both the Country Club Martini Crew Radio Edit and the DrewG. Radio Edit (both remix video links provided below)!! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by KINGS!
Tracks REMIXES - 19.01.2018
#BIG ROOM PIANO #CLUB HOUSE #TRANCE
- New mixes and some of the 90's plus 00's mixes of 4Rhythm's "Maniac". Ireland's biggest selling creation of electronic music which held for 10 weeks at #1 in the summer of 2000. The original artist-producer has been cajoled to freshen the hit up with some more mixes, plus add some of the various incarnations as a 2018 package for sale online to give the track's passionate fans another go round the fairground of being free to dance all night into the next day and carry on by piling into their cars to place where the powers couldn't get to stop them. A lot of today's big brands came out of this era because it opened up young minds to the possibility of making their own way rather than heading into a life owned by big local business. People lifted their heads up to see new horizons because of music like "Maniac". Using the fairground analogy again now it's a bumper-car arena as they walk into each other over and again whilst staring down into their phones. Thank the Gods of music that we had the 90's and still remember them - these moments help :-)