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Peaches - Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar, GIVĒON

tempo: 90 bpm

The DJ's Take: Track #6 in mix #63 (10:43):

Felt like the transition from Just a Friend into this song was a little abrupt; piano intro to Peaches has no percussion, and then it just drops into Justin Bieber singing. So I cut out the keyboard/synth solo at the end of Peaches (quick video tutorial on how to do it), then moved it ahead of the official intro for a more gradual mix. A visual from my Logic Pro X file:
Can't lie; this is a nice little soundtrack for a stroll in the park on a sunny day.

Some more key-compatible music from 90 to 95 bpm:

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DJ Cheat Sheet playlist (85 to 90 bpm)

DJ Cheat Sheet playlist (90 to 95 bpm)


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