Dainjazone has proven to be one of the most traveled, consistent and reliable DJs in the country. His ability to read a room and adapt on the fly is unlike any other. Dainjazone’s wild lineup of house, hip-hop, pop and classics ensures everyone on the floor and at a table walks away with a great experience. Some of the biggest venues continue to put their faith and dance floor in the hands of Dainjazone as he maintains residencies at The Grand (Boston), Memoire (Boston), HQ (Atlantic City) and Shrine (Connecticut) for to name a few.
Now he’s back for his biggest single yet, resurrecting LMFAO’s Redfoo from his 6-year hiatus with their collab single, “Long live festive rock“. Redfoo had been steadily forwarding opportunities to work with multi-platinum artists for over half a decade. After tasting Dainjazone’s demo for “Long live festive rock“, he knew it was the “good one” and loved the incorporated modern dance that was mixed with the classic “Party Rock” sound. audience.
It’s everything you’d expect – sizzling synths to a 4 on the floor groove that takes you back to the days of fist-pumping by the neon-covered pool.
“Redfoo has turned down feature film opportunities from multi-platinum artists for the past 6 years. I recorded myself rapping half the lyrics to my production and sent it to him with an invitation to be on the track. He immediately fell in love with it and actually added more lyrics to make it better. – Dainjazone