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Songs On 12 Play - Chris Brown ft. Trey Songz



Speed: 61 bpm

The DJ's Take: How much do you want to bet that a remix with R. Kelly is in the works (assuming this takes off a little)? Nice to see the younger generation showing respect to a classic album, even if the artist has some issues we all know about. Take the song for what it is - end-of-the-night bedroom music. If closing time is only a few minutes away and you're playing in the 120 to 125 bpm range, this would be a nice way to kill the energy.

To stay key-compatible in the 125 to 130 bpm range, try double-timing or mashing up with tracks like Lay Me Down - Avicii, Adore You - Miley Cyrus (Cedric Gervais Remix), Ten Feet Tall - Afrojack, Take Me - Tiesto, We Run The Night - Havana Brown ft. Pitbull, Marry The Night - Lady Gaga, Club Can't Handle Me - Flo Rida, Danza Kuduro - Don Omar, Shut It Down - Pitbull ft. Akon, F*ck You - Ceelo Green, Push It - Salt N Pepa, U Can't Touch This - MC Hammer, and Right Round - Flo Rida

In the 120 bpm range, try mixing with tracks like Safe And Sound - Capital Cities, Bad Romance - Lady Gaga, Don't You Want Me - The Human League, and SexyBack - Justin Timberlake.

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Amazon: Songs On 12 Play [Explicit]

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