Welcome to Riddler’s Revolution. Each week I’ll be showcasing and highlighting some of the best music and DJ’s that is changing the world. You’ll get to hear some brand new music as well as interviews with some of the rising stars in the music industry. If you have any suggestions, comments, requests, feel free to ask me email@example.com. Thanks and Welcome to the REVOLUTION!
Kat Deluna came onto the scene in 2007 with her International hit “Whine Up.” Since then she’s worked with some of the best producers and artists in the game from Red One to Lil Wayne. She has a new single and an upcoming album about to drop. Be sure to check her website at www.katdeluna.com, and my interview with Kat Deluna below.
Q&A w/ Kat Deluna
Riddler: What can we expect on your next album?
Kat Deluna: The songs on my sophomore album are crazier than the first one! With my first album 9Lives in 2007, I came out with a new sound which was a mixture of Euro-pop, electro house with a Latin flavor to it. Now, coming back in 2011 with Viva it will be the same Kat Deluna sound, but better! I flipped it and reversed it! Lol. It’s stronger musically and vocally. Vibe wise, it can be one of the most party hyping and musically different albums of 2011.
Riddler: How do you feel about DJ’s remixing your music?
Kat Deluna: I am most honored and owe it all to DJs around the world for all the support they’ve always given me! They are the ones responsible for any artists success because they play your music and bring it alive on all the dance floors and radios across the world. Now with my new single “Drop it Low” its a blessing that all the DJs are endorsing my new sound and reppin’ hard. I love u DJs!!
Riddler: What’s are some of your favorite reality shows?
Kat Deluna: I love America’s Got Talent,
So You Think You Can Dance and I can’t wait for X Factor.
DJs FROM MARS
They started remixing big pop hits for their gigs in 2004 just for fun. Years later, they are now recognized as one of the biggest names in the mash-up scene. Their videos on YouTube get over 10 millions of views, and the hype is still growing.
Their bootlegs were noticed by labels all around the world, and soon they started working on remixes for big pop and dance acts such as Fragma, Ciara, Eiffel 65, Brooklyn Bounce, Coolio and Ennio Morricone, and many more.
Their tracks are playlisted and supported by undiscussed top DJs like David Guetta, Carl Cox, Bob Sinclar and more.
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