Zara Larsson is one of the breakout artists of 2016, and it’s only right that one of her songs of the year, “I Would Like,” gets remixed by R3hab. The remix does a great job of playing to the strengths of the original joint while still throwing in some modern EDM flair on it.
Toronto, ON – December 24, 2016 – The Weeknd’s Christmas Eve Party at Lost and Found Lounge.
Viewers get a chance to watch behind the scenes of Martin Garrix’s stop on Jimmy Fallon’s late show, as well as information of his highly publicized signing with Sony Music.
At the end of the year, we take the time to reflect on some of the best parties around the country we’ve been to. This year it was pretty easy to decide the party of the year for 2016.
Las Vegas, NV – December 17, 2016 – BRKLYN at Hakkasan Las Vegas.
The Business of Grime spotlights the entrepreneurial roots of Britain’s global cultural export: grime music. From breakout artists to emerging upstarts, the film gets up-close with Lethal Bizzle, Jammz, DJ Argue, Ratty LOTM, Prince Rapid, Cheeky and XTC.
I’ve been to the STK in Vegas and wasn’t all that impressed. Needless to say, my experience was exactly the same in New York. I had a reservation for a group of people and the whole group wasn’t there for our reservation time, so we lost our table.
Nigel gives us a true, up close and personal experience of what riding his bike is really like. Picking up in Los Angeles, Nigel then makes his way further around the world and continues the fun in Tokyo.
Brooklyn, NY – December 17, 2016 – The 5th Annual Brunch Bounce Ugly Sweater Party at Schimanski New York.
International hit-marker DJ Snake linked with Justin Bieber in what seems like a lifetime ago for smash record “Let Me Love You.” Peaking at the 4 spot on the Top 100 wasn’t good enough for Snake so he added R&B legend R. Kelly to watch it reach new heights.