Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Time of Our Lives - Pitbull and Ne-Yo



Speed: 124 bpm

Recommended bpm range: 125 to 130 bpm

The DJ's Take: Definitely one for the clubs - I like it. Smooth international groove that should keep people moving on the dance floor. The nice thing is that you've got a wide range of mix/mashup options if you're keeping it key-compatible:

Biggest no-brainer is pairing this with Fireball.

If you're operating near 120 bpm, try blending with tracks like Waves - Mr. ProbzLatch - DisclosureTelephoneSay It RightSonnentanz and/or Marilyn Monroe - Pharrell.

In the 125 to 130 bpm range, I'd recommend tracks like Now That I've Found You - Martin Garrix, I'll House You (VIP Mix) - Don Diablo ft. Jungle Brothers, Virus (How About Now) - Martin Garrix ft. MOTi, Strong - R3HAB and KSHMR, What Do You Mean? - Justin Bieber, Wildest Dreams (R3hab Remix) - Taylor Swift, Disarm You - Kaskade, One Last Time - Ariana Grande, Open Wide - Calvin HarrisFlashlight - R3hab & Deorro#SELFIE - The ChainsmokersCannonball (Earthquake) - Showtek & Justin Prime ft. Matthew KomaI Love It - Icona PopAnimals - Martin GarrixUnder Control - Calvin Harris & AlessoStay The Night - ZeddClarity - ZeddThis Is What It Feels Like - Armin Van BuurenTurn Up The Music - Chris BrownWild Ones - Flo Rida ft. SiaBeautiful People - Chris BrownParty Rock Anthem - LMFAOFirework - Katy Perry, and I Like It - Enrique Iglesias.

Also consider using Time Of Our Lives as a transition between the two aforementioned groups - should make for a nice little dance mix in the middle of your set.

Download the song:



Amazon: Time Of Our Lives [Explicit]