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‘I wanna be’ watching this video over and over again. Set in a monochrome Miami, Mr 305 Inc artist Motiff’s video I Wanna Be made it’s premiere on Vevo.

As it opens up with a sun rise, Miami backdrop and drive followed by a borderline 50 Shades of Motiff, the story unfolds of Motiff’s love interest finding a telephone number with kisses in his pocket while doing the laundry ( these crazy fans get everywhere trying to cause trouble, hey!) the story heads for the show down, Motiff driving away as the girl in despair attempts to take her own life. Luckily the genius guitarist returns.

The video is sensual, smooth,sexy yet in some strange but good way also very calming. It takes your emotions through the highs and lows in line with the story told. Pulling you in with Motiff’s exceptional guitar skills leaving you mesmerised and engaged at all times but even more so when you actually see Motiff play on screen with so much passion- and when he does that I simply cannot take my eyes off him. A very, very talented musician.

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From Country to Caribbean, Mr 305 Inc artist Motiff sweeps Timber onto the next level.

Motiff’s remix takes Timber further on a whirlwind trip. With a zest of the Caribbean bringing the steel drums to the forefront of the track and seasoned with a hint of electronic merengue and mambo.

Poles apart, Motiff’s unrivalled remix will have you dancing in no time. One of the other fantastic and distinctive things to be appreciated is how this remix has taken the Country and Dance on the original track and thrown it significantly into another mixed pot of genres giving it a completely different vibe. 

Pitbull and Kesha’s number one hit Timber which is currently number one in fifty-one countries has found it’s number one remix! Outstanding producer and artist Motiff-salute! 

Motiff Timber Worldwide Remix : :


As featured on 18th February 2013

In the last few days we were presented with the release of a little surprise remix by Starkillers of All Night by Pitbull and David Rush. Under the instruction of Captain Pitbull we are told ‘Don’t stop the party’ Hence, we need to move onto the next venue. So here is your invitation. The dress code is bikinis and swim shorts (or Speedos if you’re into budgie-catchers!)  Better still just keep them on from the last video of Pitbull’s recent track.The venue is Ibiza and there is only one party track on loop all night, which is All Night.
“From the bed to the floor, from the windows to the wall” and heading down to create a high impact energetic dance explosion on the dance floors is straight where this tune is heading. A potential summer anthem and with the party season kicking in quicker than you can say Dale or Rushia (Russssshiaaa – there’s an art and style of saying it too!), this tune is one you can see rocking the clubs from Miami to the European party central Balearic Islands this year. In all of Pit’s career, I don’t think I have heard an infectious dance mix like this before and the song still managed to pleasantly shock and surprise. I think by now we really shouldn’t be surprised to be surprised any more!
There was a time when certain music just stayed within their boundaries, let’s take rap and hip hop as an example, and it was frowned upon should ever an artist ever venture out of this genre or allow any other ‘different’ mixes of their song if this was their foundation style. Now the game has possibly changed beyond more than anyone may have envisioned  twenty to thirty years ago and sees hip hop, rap and dance having a three way marriage and having the best sex they could put together on a song! 
With banging beats that have enough attitude and force to bang down the doors at the Ministry of Sound, I have to say that the Starkillers have truly lived up to their name of creating unique tracks that don’t sound like the DJ and producer next door by creating this ‘in your face’ music which in turn is mentally provocative and arrests your attention.
All hail King Pitbull once again adding a classier and seductive spin on the combination of words from Lil’ Jon and East Side Boyz as he get(s) low and of Ludacris, as he indirectly asks us what’s our strobe light triggered fantasy as he prepares you for what is about to hit you next. Teasing you with having  “just one more drink, I take you home tonight” Cheers to Voli for getting him feelin’ right!
But the gravel-like sexy sound of Pitbull and the Starkillers skills are not the only elements that are striking about this song. I’m talking about Mr 305 artist David Rush who adds more of his special out of this world magic with his distinctive, sexy, commanding voice and style of rhyme driving the ladies hot, wild and boiling like water for tea in a kettle. Rushia, with that effect I don’t think you can blame the ladies for wrecking your place like the Tasmanian Devil! Watch him spin you and your mind around like a CD when he takes the track onwards to the next part of the journey and onto another plane, that is  ‘moon high.’ If you don’t quite understand what I’m talking about then your homework for the week is to go and find out on Watch out for the David Rush effect in 2013 you heard me say it here first!
My body always breaks free from my brain and I can’t seem to stop shaking it to this highly infused mix. Pardon me, sorry what’s that Pit? Oh one night two girls? Oh no…. one track, two hot rappers…Cuban, Panamanian. Easy on the ear too and can definitely listen to them ‘All Night’ …(Now where did those keys for the test drive go…?) You can listen and own this fabulous mix on Ultra Dance 14, Download from iTunes now. 

DJ MESTA REMIX REVIEW: BEAT ON MY DRUM ( Original: Sophia Del Carmen, Pitbull, Gabry Ponte)

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HOT DAMN! HERE WE GO AGAIN! Crank it up and let the beat take over and move you to DJ Mesta and Robbie F’s Hot remix of Pitbull, Sophia Del Carmen and Gabry Ponte’s Beat On My Drum. 

Going back for just a moment to the original song itself, my ears
automatically tune in and break through the initial surface of the track
to unravel some of the underlying beats, flow and momentum of Pitbull’s Calle
Ocho which also makes it enjoyable and like Pit say’s, however, in a different context, you can “..have fun with two!” In contrast, this MegaBeatz remix grabs the song and steers it into a different direction altogether and sweeps you more towards the electronic dance music side.

It is a very smooth and sensual dance remix indeed, with added
‘Ibizaesque’ qualities. Sexy, fresh, electric and urging you to dance fiercely and with passion, a bit like the flamenco dancers in the video! The rhythm and sound of the synth sound leaves your mind following throughout with the anticipation of it coming back around to repeat the pattern. Other parts of the song which stand out are the predominant Spanish guitar in the intro and during Pitbull’s initial chorus at the beginning and again straight after this a distinctive moment when everything gradually fades out and shuts down temporarily to make way for Sophia Del Carmen to sing a prolonged “Ven damelo ya!” Just before the beat kicks off again.

Pitbull was not kidding when he warned us about a new wave of Italians
coming when the Fiat commercial got underway! These two DJ’s in particular are making their way to the electronic dance front as MegaBeatz. One half of the remix
pioneers of this song is DJ Mesta, also known as Italy’s finest. DJ, producer and a Best International DJ nominee, DJ Mesta whose name means’mix’ in ancient Latin is no stranger to remixing songs by Pitbull and has also had the Prince Albert of Monaco dance away to one of his sets and if you fancy doing the same then all you need to do is drop me an email on


With this mix…You wanna drive me crazy, baby?..Please…I’ll just let
you Haha! Sube la la musica!

Based on the original, check out the remix video here:

And get your FREE download here:

Daleee! EeeeYaW!

By Serina