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Company - Justin Bieber



Speed: 95 bpm

Recommended bpm range: 90 to 95 bpm, 95 to 100 bpm

The DJ's Take: So I guess this is the new single off Purpose? Just heard it on the radio a few minutes ago, and it sounds good to me. No idea if there's Bieber fatigue already, but I'd try this out if you spin pop. Should work out just fine, assuming your crowd isn't totally stuck on Sorry or Love Yourself. Music starts at 0:52 of the video, fyi.

If you're spinning at around 90 bpm, try mixing with key-compatible tracks like:

YOUTH - Troye Sivan
  0 To 100 - Drake
Bailando - Enrique Iglesias
Partition - Beyoncé
Killing Me Softly - Fugees

If you're at around 95 bpm, my mashup / mix recommendations would include:

Misery - Gwen Stefani
Show Me - Kid Ink
Partition - Beyoncé
Animals - Maroon 5
Survival of the Fittest - Mobb Deep
You And Your Friends - Wiz Khalifa

And at around 100 bpm, I'd consider blending with:

BeFoUr - ZAYN
Team - Iggy Azalea
Don't Need Nobody - Ellie Goulding
This Summer's Gonna Hurt... - Maroon 5
Sledgehammer - Fifth Harmony
L.A. Love (La La) - Fergie
Turn Down For What - DJ Snake and Lil Jon

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