KAYY DRiZZ Mix For The Astral Plane


One of the most talented Club music producers anywhere, Longbranch, New Jersey’s KAYY DRiZZ has been setting off dancefloors from Newark to London for the past few years, becoming one of the most sought after producers and DJs in the meantime. A member of the legendary Brick Bandits crew, KAYY DRiZZ has formulated an identity as one of the hardest working members of the Jersey club world, impressing via her tireless work ethic and anthemic originals and remixes. Rightfully known as the Jersey Club Queen, Drizz’s sets are live wire exhibition of the Jersey and Bmore sound past and present, drawing lines between classics from Rod Lee, DJ Technics, DJ Booman and recent hits from scene heavyweights DJ Sliink, Mike Gip and DJ Jayhood. The fact that Gip and Jayhood have become cult figures outside of Newark (and no longer or rarely make Club music) is testament to the genre’s success throughout the rest of the world and the external pressures heaped on the formerly insular Jersey sound.

These days, you can hear KAYY DRiZZ bangers like “Bang” and “Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here”, an insatiable Deborah Cox sampling, Nicki Minaj drop adorned track from 2015, in Los Angeles, London, Paris and Tokyo and considering the success of DRiZZ, UNIIQU3, Sliink and Nadus, as well as up-and-comers like DJ Tiga, DJ Albyy and DJ Cueheat, it’s hard not to see the world of Jersey club in a state of health at the moment. Of course there are ups and downs as far as the hype train and we know as well as anyone how short and fickle the attention span(s) of the dance music media are, but with DRiZZ energetically pushing Jersey bounce and institutions like Nadus’ Thread continuing to create a platform for young artists, there genuinely seems to be a tangible movement coming out of Newark and its surrounding cities. For her part, DRiZZ is seemingly tireless, stepping out from her solo work to provide vocals for DJ Problem’s “Skinny Girls” and to remix “Stoner Chick” with FIIN$$E.

Meanwhile, her two side, rab/club mix for Black Marble collective has been on repeat since arriving in April and today we’re overjoyed to bring you the KAYY DRiZZ Astral Plane mix. Taking the classics approach, DRiZZ went about a little astral projection and brought back tracks from Rod Lee, Debonair Samir, DJ Technics, Jayhood and more for this mix, peppering in a fair amount of Brick Bandits and her own drops to properly modernize timeless anthems like “Dance My Pain Away” and “Mr. Postman”. It’s a joy to run through Jersey and Bmore’s past in mix form and it’s hard to imagine anyone drawing the lines between Club music’s past and present quite like KAYY DRiZZ.

1. Dont Make Me Kill – KW Griff
2. Tote It – DJ K-Swift
3. Get My Gun – Blaqstarr
4. Give Em Some Room – Rod Lee
5. Woo Hah (Got You All Up In Check) – DJ Sega
6. Okay – KW Griff
7. Debonair Samir Theme – DJ Samir
8. Slide to the Left – Blaqstarr ft DJ K-Swift
9. Feel Me – Rod Lee
10. Dance My Pain Away – Rod Lee
11. Mr. Postman – DJ Technics
12. I Just Wanna Fuck – Baltimore Club Song
13. Drive You Crazy – DJ Technics ft Ms. Peaches
14. Hit Dat Ass From The Back – Rod Lee
15. Watch Out For The Big Girl – Booman
16. Push Em Up – DJ R.L.
17. Get Em (D MACK) – DJ D Wizz Ft DJ Diamond Kutz
18. Salt Pepper Ketchup Hotsauce – DJ D Wiz
19. Toot That –
20. The Business – DJ Jayhood
21. Back To The Crib – DJ Fresh ft DJ Jayhood
22. Bullet Proof – DJ Jayhood
23. Rock Steady – DJ Sliink ft DJ Fresh & DJ Jayhood
24. Have You Heard – DJ Mike Gip
25. We Are Your Friends – DJ Tim Dolla
26. Just Fine – DJ Tameil
27. Sexual Seduction – DJ Tim Dolla
28. Mr Postman 2012 – DJ Tricks ft KAYY DRiZZ & DJ Kiff
29. Rappers Delight – KAYY DRiZZ
30. Rappers Delight – DJ Jayhood & KAYY DRiZZ
31. Rappers Delight (Party Version) – KAYY DRiZZ
32. Planet Rock 2013 – DJ Problem
33. Follow Me – DJ Problem
34. BOOM! – DJ Frosty
35. Run This Town – DJ Mike Gip ft DJ N-Cred
36. Cheat On You – DJ Fresh ft DJ Frosty
37. Blame it – DJ K-Shiz
38. Twerk – DJ Joker
39. Rump Shaker – Mike Gip Remix
40. The Anthem – Bleszt ft DJ N-Cred
41. Cartel Stoker – DJ Sliink ft DJ Tray


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