DJ OGGY keeps a high profile with prolific remixes and original productions for many of the A-list superstars. Fresh off his collaboration with Fatman Scoop, he returns with the Tokyo Mo Remix of Flo Rida and 99 Percent’s ‘Cake’.
fresh out the bakery; check this out!
Cake which is already a hit around the world with millions of views receives a proper dance orientated remix from DJ Oggy. His version respects the original song in feel and vibe but offers a more upbeat approach perfect for clubs and mixshows.
The crisp production and undeniable summer vibe makes this one not to miss.
Other recent work by Oggy includes the remix he did for MØ – Drum. Oggy’s beats seamlessly add to the vocals and his vision gives a new perspective to the very popular song. Download here.
He also delivered a high energy original production featuring none other than legendary FATMAN SCOOP.
“NOW” (Tokyo MO Beats Original Mix) serves up a roller coaster ride of panning-programming madness and lush uplifting power chords. FATMAN SCOOP finishes off the track nicely with his signature shouts providing that ultimate weekend energy everyone longs for.
Since 2009, Oggy is a resident DJ at The Mayan nightclub in Los Angeles. Originally from Tokyo, Japan, Oggy started his career as a DJ in 1998. He has been dj-ing over 100 gigs a year the last 10 years, and he rocks his crowds with multiple genres of music, such as Dance Music, EDM, House, Hip Hop, Latin and old school.
DJ Oggy is a member of Universal Zulu Nation, AV8 Records (NY) and produces music for Movies, TV Shows and commercials. Throughout his career he has won several remix contests.
FLO RIDA & 99 PERCENT – CAKE (TOKYO MO REMIX)
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Currently, DJ Oggy is mixing
Every Monday from 6p-8p/PST “Zulu Tribe Radio” at Breal TV http://breal.TV and Dash Radio
Every Tuesday from 5a-7a, 1p-3p, 9p-11p “Hip Hop Chop Shop” at Wild1 Radio, (Tuneinn)
Every Friday from 9p-2a, at The Mayan (http://clubmayan.com)
Every Saturday from 9p-2a, at The Mayan (http://clubmayan.com)