It’s that time of the year again: people shop for gifts, tis’ the season of giving, and DJ’s From Mars release their end of year mashup.

The Turin boys have been at it for a long time now, slowly ascending in the hierarchy of the dance music world. Coming from humble beginnings all the way back in 2003, these two aliens have made a living of remixing, mashup-ing, and making bootlegs out of every song you can pretty much think off (with the occasional single every now and then, obviously).

Unlike many artists, DJ’s From Mars give away most of their music, and that is precisely one of their claim to fame, coupled with a great sense of humility, talent and a lot of creativity, which took Coolio, Ennio Morricone, Pitbull, Sean Paul and more to recruit their services for official remixes, gathering millions of views on Youtube in the process.

In 2019, they were approached by the grandfather of EDM himself – Monsieur David Guetta – for a remix of his radio hit “Stay (Don’t Go Away)” featuring Raye’s crystal-clear vocals. After that, they went on to perform at his “Fuck Me I’m Famous” show in Ibiza, even earning an invitation to the man’s private home. Now comes that time of the year, where the lads show all their talent in the end of year mega mashup.

Using some weird dark trickery, they managed it perfectly. Starting out with Post Malone’s “Circles” as a background beat, Lewis Capaldi, Ava Max and more introduce us to the first verse. Maroon 5, Nicki Minaj, Billie Eilish are perfectly blended with Meduza’s breakthrough hit “Piece of Your Heart”, with Fisher’s “You Little Beauty” rounding up the first two minutes of the track. Daddy Yankee and Rosalía represent the Latin community.

Offset, Ariana Grande, Rita Ora, J Balvin, Ed Sheeran and a number more, round up the rest of the track, with Tiesto, Kygo, David Guetta and Martin Garrix completing the myriad of names on this incredibly synchronized “mess”. Definitely worth a listen!

Check out the interview we did with DJ’s From Mars!

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