Denon DJ’s acclaimed Prime Series gear plus a Denon DJ masterclass with Spinnin’ powerhouse artists Lucas and Steve will be the grand prize in the climactic remix competition.

Denon DJ, a leading manufacturer of premium DJ products and solutions, today announced that they will be partnering with the world’s No.1 dance music label, Spinnin’ Records, during Miami Music Week, 2018. Locked down for five days of activity at the famous ‘Spinnin’ Hotel, the Denon DJ Prime Series will be powering poolside and rooftop parties, alongside the powerful, energetic presence of the Spinnin’ DJ/Producers.

In build up and anticipation of Miami Music Week, Spinnin’s Talent Pool of fresh, new DJ artists will be invited to remix the new Spinnin’Records, ‘Lucas & Steve’ track, ‘You Don’t Have to Like It’. The lucky winner of the remix competition will receive the grand prize of a full Prime Series DJ set up, a trip to Miami to stay at the Spinnin’ Hotel plus a Denon DJ masterclass with DJ duo, Lucas and Steve. You don’t have to like it.. but you will!

The Prime Series—comprised of the SC5000 Prime Media Player, X1800 Prime Club Mixer and VL12 Prime Direct-Drive DJ turntable— is Denon DJ’s response to the critical need in the professional DJ space for equipment that delivers unprecedented levels of performance, ease of use, musical file organization and complete system synergy. Having received unprecedented critical acclaim since its introduction—including two DJ Mag Tech Awards for the SC5000—the Prime Series represents the future of the professional DJ experience.

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“The Denon DJ team is super-stoked to be a part of the excitement that the Spinnin’ Hotel will generate at Miami Music Week, 2018“ said Paul Dakeyne, Denon DJ’s International Marketing
Director. “We’re looking forward to the Spinnin’ Artists playing on the Prime Series DJ gear at parties and activities throughout the week, and especially to the Lucas and Steve remix comp.

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