Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Dance Divas Return

I've got FOUR free tracks for you in this one. Remixes of Shakira, Rihanna, Lady GaGa and a classic from P!nk! All this talk of dance divas is getting me excited for The Red Dress Party! If you are in Portland, the Red Dress Party is coming up quick - on Saturday, April 17th. Go to RedDressPDX.com for more info and to purchase tickets. I will be DJ-ing again at this year's event!

Click Here for my review of last year's Red Dress Party (plus some other free mp3s!)

I'm going to start you off with the Ranny Sunset Mix of "Did It Again" by Shakira. Ranny did it again by making another great dance remix. I have been a fan of Ranny's for quite some time, and Dancefloor Mayhem has previously featured Ranny remixes of artists such as Amuka, Britney Spears, Lady GaGa, Kelly Clarkson, Ceevox and RuPaul.

Shakira - Did It Again (Ranny's Sunset Mix) [click to download]

Click Here to buy Shakira music from Itunes.

Ranny MySpace

Next up is the DVW remix of "Rude Boy" by Rihanna. The remix is a good uptempo club version which is mostly a dub except for the breakdown with the nice chopped up vocal sample of the chorus.

Rihanna - Rude Boy (DVW remix) [click to download]

Click Here to purchase Rihanna music from Itunes.

DVW MySpace

The Felippe Senne version of Lady GaGa's big hit, "Bad Romance" is a progressive house styled club remix.

Lady GaGa - Bad Romance (Felipe Senne remix) [click to download]

Click Here to buy Lady GaGa music from Itunes.

Felippe Senne MySpace

Last up we have the Pierre Hubert remix of "Let's Get The Party Started" by P!nk. This remix has a nice house / progressive house vibe and I really like the piano on this version.

P!nk - Get The Party Started (Pierre Hubert remix) [click to download]

Click Here to buy P!nk music from Itunes.

Pierre Hubert MySpace

1 comment:

Lincoln Bryant said...

I got invited to DJ a sorority fundraiser/runway show, I do house but not the kind most people like.

This stuff is lifesaving.

Check out my blog http://unhearduv.com you guys have been inspirational to us, props on not being elitists confined to one genre.