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Top Trending Music for DJs

What’s trending in the DJ’s top 40 digital crates?

MK – 17 (DJ SMASSH Remix)

Camila Cabello – Havana (The Data Heads Remix)

Enrie – BeeHive Winter 2017 Edit Pack (117 Tracks)

Eauxzown – Devolve Radio 1.13.18

The Chainsmokers – Sick Boy (SkelliBeatz Remix)

Bruno Mars ft Cardi B – Finesse (Casual Connection Rework)

Camila Cabello – Havana (Merman Moombahton Remix)

Nico Oso – Smash The Club Podcast (Episode 53)

A-Trak – Cut It Out 2: A 77 Minute DJ Mix

Francis & the Lights ft Chance the Rapper – May I Have This Dance (Reed Streets Remix)

Deville – Club Killers Radio Episode 195

Ariana Grande ft Zedd – Break Free (Mikey Sky Remix)

Camilla Cabello – Havana (Partylife Remix) (DJ GerryJoseph Edit)

Miguel ft Travis Scott – Sky Walker (Panic City Remix)

Whitney Houston – How Will I Know (MIMO Rework)

Daft Punk – One More Time (Hotblood Remix)

Trip Eazy Mix Challenge 008 : ROQ N BEATS (Live on KROQ)

Rihanna & Chris Brown – Birthday Cake (DJ ROCCO & DJ EVER B remix)

Loop Linguist – The Smooth & Sexy R&B Mixes, Vol. 2

DJ Snake ft Lauv – A Different Way (TEEZ Remix)

DJ Audiorokk – Rokk Radio (Episode One)

Maroon 5 ft SZA – What Lovers Do (LLP Remix)

Dessero – Year Mix 2017

G-Eazy & Halsey – Him & I (FLiX REMiX)


Top music streaming services in 2018

The best music streaming services

The world of on-demand music streaming has never been more crowded. As more and more listeners shy away from physical recordings in favor of massive online music libraries, music streaming services keep popping up, each offering a varied amount of songs, features, and its own quirks. But only a choice few have what it takes to join our list of the best music streaming services. Continue to full article…

The Best Online Music Streaming Services of 2018

Streaming music services are so vital to the industry that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) now factors music streaming into its Gold and Platinum album certifications. In fact, Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo, a rather forgettable hip-hop album, is the first record to go platinum based entirely on online plays, streaming more than 3 billion times worldwide. Like Bob Dylan said, the times, they are a-changing. And for the better. Mostly. Continue to read full article…

What’s the Best Music Service for You?

Picking a streaming music service isn’t exactly easy, as most offer similar sets of features, and while some are dying (RIP Groove Music) and some are eliminating features (Amazon’s Music Storage is going bye-bye) some are gaining new payment plans. So while most offer millions of songs, playlists made just for you and the option to save music for offline listening, what makes each truly unique? We’ll get you familiar with the reasons why you’d like a service (and why you might not like it), as well as the price of entry. Continue to full article…

Pandora is still very popular, but it’s feeling the heat

Internet radio company Pandora has launched its new on-demand streaming service, Pandora Premium. Like Spotify, Apple Music, and Rdio before it, the new service will let you pick and choose from millions of songs, however you’d like, for $10 a month.

Considering how popular the on-demand model has become in recent years, common wisdom would suggest that Pandora is entering the game too late. But as this chart from Statista shows, Pandora does have one advantage: It’s still very well-known. According to a recent survey of 2,000 people by Edison Research, Pandora is the most listened-to audio streaming service in the US, and by a good margin at that. Continue to full article…

Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, Google’s Play Music, Apple Music, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Slacker, Slacker Radio, SoundCloud, iTunes Radio