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DJ Central Season 6 in production! WE WANT YOUR MUSIC!

That’s right, we’re back! DJ Central is back and you have a chance to be featured on our up and coming blockbuster new series. It’s bound to be a blockbuster because your content is gonna be featured for the world to enjoy!

It’s no secret that DJ Central was posed to make a return, especially with its recent resurgence via the world of online on-demand platforms, such as Amazon Prime! But it may come as a shock to a few of you that we’re seeking online talent. It’s really only the natural progression of things, honestly. We consume content by browsing and binging online, and essentially all of the world’s talents are also hosted online. The world is now connected. So we need your help to connect it even further!

How? Simply send your work to content@bluepie.com.au to get started!

But what if producing music isn’t your cup of tea and you’re simply into singing your heart out in whatever way you can? That’s what our hashtag competition is for.

Running indefinitely until Season 6 has finished production, the #SugaBoomBoomReviews and #SugaBoomBoomCovers hashtag competitions are another chance for you to get your foot in the door! Simply cover DL Down3r’s Suga Boom Boom (click the video above!) in whatever way you think best suits your talents and passions, and submit it to us by emailing content@bluepie.com.au or messaging us through our various social medias, preferably with the hashtag #SugaBoomBoomCovers. You don’t even need to cover it by singing… check out Sunsiren tearing it up with a Hula Hoop to Down3r’s cover of “River” by Ed Sheeran and Eminem!


But what if performing music isn’t your thing at all! Well, that’s what #SugaBoomBoomReviews is for! Through the same means of contacting us that you would use to send a #SugaBoomBoomCover, send us what you think of the song! It can just be a sentence! Doing so gives your review the chance to be featured on the DJ Central or Blue Pie websites and newsletters! Bump DL with pride and let’s hear what you think!


Fans of DJ Central and Down3r alike! Let’s get a good push behind this! We’re eager to see your music, and so will the rest of the world be, once it makes it to Season 6 and is broadcast globally!


We’re waiting for you! Send us everything through our social medias or to content@bluepie.com.au! We’re keeping an eager eye out for the future of music, so give it your best shot and don’t be shy!


Jay Z has the answers to our questions

Have you ever lied in bed just wondering what Jay Z’s 99 problems were? What his favourite Britney Spears song was? His favourite cereal? Well have no fear, because yesterday Jay Z caused twitter frenzy as his answered all the unanswered questions his fans had proposed on his account.

He began on July 8th obviously disregarding his self imposed twitter hiatus, answering questions from fans who used the hashtag #MCHG that day.

Jay-Z promised to resume tweeting no sooner than 2014, so his rapid-fire tweets came as a surprise to everyone, causing #MCHG to become a worldwide trending topic on Twitter. “Jay-Z” and “Magna Carta Holy Grail” have been mentioned nearly half a million times on Twitter since the album premiered, which is why this rukas could be seen as an innovative advertising ploy for his newest album, “Magna Carta Holy Grail,” which was released on July 9th. 

By the way his favourite Britney song is toxic…


Robin Thicke Is Bringing His ‘Blurred Lines’ to ‘The Voice’

Latest hashtag overkill hit sensation, Robin Thicke will be performing in Australia at the second season finale of The Voice on June 17th.

Thicke will sing his massive hit ‘Blurred Lines’, which has taken Aussie music fans by storm after spending five consecutive weeks on top of the ARIA Singles Charts. Along with Thicke, Delta Goodrem’s coaching partner and One Republic frontman, Ryan Tedder, has also signed up to perform and it’s rumoured that he’s likely to sing his hit single ‘Apologise’.

So save the date for June 17th, as it will be one epic night on The Voice–as long as #Thicke leaves the hashtags alone.