Drop it like it's hot.

I'm not internationally known, but I'm known to rock the microphone. I get stupid, I mean outrageous, stay away from me if you're contagious.

Bring the Noise

Some 90's Hip Hop and R&B is all I need to get by. Cash me outside doing the Running Man or the Roger Rabbit to any one of these jams.

Mega Mix

Bel Biv Devoe


Mary J. Blige

Real Love

Color Me Badd

All 4 Love

New Edition

If It Isn’t Love


Anything (Remix)

Bobby Brown

On Our Own

Groove Theory

Tell Me


Don’t Walk Away


I Love Your Smile

Listen to the new single "Power Is Power" from The Weeknd, SZA, and Travis Scott which dropped in partnership with the HBO series finale of Game of Thrones.

For the Throne


Exclusive sets and concerts at random but extraordinary points of interest from around the world. Experience now, thank me later.

Full Cercle

French Kiwi Juice

Exclusive set at the world's largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni, in Bolivia.


Exclusive set atop Bondinho Pão de Açúcar in Rio de Janeiro.

Satori & the Band from Space

Exclusive set from Fort du Chapus off the coast of France.

Worakls Orchestra

Exclusive concert at the futuristic Château La Coste in France.

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French Kiwi Juice

FKJ performing live in front of Raoul Dufy's painting La Fée Electricité at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris.

FKJ Live

John Legend

John Legend's magical cover of Simon & Garfunkel's Bridge Over Troubled Water at the '13 North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam.

Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye's super-cool, super-smooth rendition of the National Anthem during the '83 NBA All-Star Game at the Forum in Los Angeles.

Joe Cocker

Joe Cocker plays a mean air guitar while singing With a Little Help from My Friends during a classic performance at Woodstock '69.


Swedish EDM deejay, Alesso, performs Lose My Mind during a massive headlining set at Tomorrowland '15 in Belgium.

Music Videos


The epic video for This Too Shall Pass was filmed in a two-story warehouse in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles over the course of several months.



The hip-hop mogul discusses racism, therapy, his marriage, and politics with New York Times executive editor, Dean Baquet.

I’m pooped.

Look at me—out like a light. Who said being fly was easy? Tune in tomorrow for more flavor in your ear. Oh, and bring snacks next time.

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