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It seems as if every DJ brought out all they could for their performance at Coachella this past weekend. Guest appearances were strong across all genres and added an element of surprise to the weekend. DJ Snake took his set to the next level when he brought out Cardi B, Ozuna and Selena Gomez for
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It’s 24 hours into Coachella weekend one and DJ Snake could have already won the top spot for not only most, but highest profile guest appearances in one act. The French producer performed at the Outdoor Theatre on Friday night, and when he dropped hit single and recent release “Taki Taki,” the song was performed live by not one, but all four of the featured artists on the track.
Ozuna came out on stage to perform his opening vocals, and was subsequently joined by Cardi B and Selena Gomez who rounded out the performance. Suzy Exposito of Rolling Stone recorded the entire performance, so those who were unable to catch the spectacle live are at least able to watch the moment online.
The official music video for “Taki Taki” hit one billion views just 16 weeks after its release, and now that the four artists have come together to perform the track live at Coachella, the song will undoubtedly continue to make waves thanks to its star studded lineup of artists and its feel good Latin vibes.
The trailer for Jim Jarmusch’s musician-filled new zombie movie, The Dead Don’t Die, is out today. The stacked cast includes a number of musical artists — Iggy Pop, RZA, Tom Waits, Selena Gomez — plus Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloë Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Rosie Perez, Sara … More »
Cardi B, Selena Gomez, and Ozuna joined forces with DJ Snake to become a veritable Latin-fusion dream team in “Taki Taki.” The club-friendly, bilingual collaboration swiftly ascended to the number one slot on the Hot Latin Songs chart following its release, to set up shop at the top for 13 weeks. “Taki Taki” additionally topped Billboard’s Dance/Electronic chart, and currently reposes at number 18 on the Hot 100 chart.
With its ample chart credit behind it and team of influential featured artists to boot, “Taki Taki” was well positioned to rack up views on its then forthcoming official music video. The accompanying visual has since succeeded in doing just that, seeing that”Taki Taki” now touts a staggering one-billion views on YouTube. That it only took DJ Snake and company a short 16 weeks to garner the illustrious “one-billie” evidences the heat of this collaborative team’s touch—one that continues to sizzle, nearly five-months after the single’s debut.
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