Denis First just released his remix of Steve Aoki and Backstreet Boys 'Let It Be Me.' is a Russian DJ/Producer who continues to produce music that finds its way to the ears of music lovers everywhere. The track keeps the original vocals of the track and includes his own melody and bassline. For all of those who grew up singing their hearts
To cap off the summer, Grammy-nominated music powerhouses Steve Aoki and the Backstreet Boys teamed up for the first-time-ever to release their new single “Let It Be Me.” Today, they release the heartfelt and powerful visual to accompany the track. The video, different than anything the two have done before, depicts the narrative of defying the odds against an arduous love.
Not too long ago it was announced that Steve Aoki would be bringing iconic band Backstreet Boys into the world of EDM. Probably one of the most suitable DJs to do so, Aoki has worked with many non-EDM artists from Kpop group BTS to singer Louis Tomlinson and is always hunting down exciting new artists to introduce to the scene. Although some may be surprised by
Steve Aoki is a man who has done it all. From playing the best events in the world to launching his own fitness bootcamp on an app and a documentary about his lie, it's easier to name things he hasn't done than things he has and his latest feat sees him become an honorary member of the Backstreet Boys (which isn't a sentence
Dim Mak founder Steve Aoki is no stranger to collaborations. Having worked with a vast number of EDM artists including Afrojack, Tiësto, R3hab, Dimitri Vegas & LIke Mike and more, the 40-year-old also boasts an impressive list of non-EDM collaborators. With artists such as Linkin Park, Migos, Lil Uzi Vert and many more working with Aoki in the past, American boy-band, the Backstreet Boys are set to join the list. The
Steve Aoki has had a certifiably 90's throwback week recently, with his surprise Celine Dion performance, and now the possibility of working with the Backstreet Boys. The boy band of all boy bands dropped by Aoki's mansion in Las Vegas, aptly named Aoki's Playhouse. In one snap, the DJ and the singers are seen jumping into a massive foam pit and
On Friday, December 30th, The Chainsmokers hosted their biggest headlining show to date. The New-York-based duo of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall took center stage and put together a monumental show at the Los Angeles Convention Center with thousands of fans in attendance. One of the more memorable moments of this massive concert was when The Chainsmokers debut their brand new