Trailblazing DJ/producer Tracy Young, who this year became the first woman to win the Best Remixed Recording Grammy Award for her Pride remix of Madonna’s “I Rise,” says that another recent Madonna single that she remixed, “Crave” (with Swae Lee), has been “one of the most requested songs during my club sets and livestreams.”
The track, which hit No. 1 on Dance Club Songs in November, was also performed live, via Young’s remixed form, by Madonna over the past year. “It was an honor to be a part of the Madame X Tour setlist,” Young tells Billboard.
Young, who lives in Miami and regularly plays at No. 3 Social, as well as other local and national venues, has also been liking Fatboy Slim and Eats Everything’s “All the Ladies.” “This is a club banger and a floor filler for sure,” Young says. “I love Fatboy Slim!”
The DJ, whose remix of Alex Newell’s “Boy, You Can Keep It” was recently released, is additionally grooving to the new ArtBat remix of Sono’s “Keep Control.” Young calls it “such a classic track” that’s “always in rotation in my sets.” The original “Control” spent four weeks at No. 1 on Dance Club Songs in summer 2001.
Full article at Billboard