We are happy to announce that the Latin Summer hit “Last Call” by the Bello Boys featuring Kat DeLuna is now #18 on the Billboard Dance/Club Chart with a jump of 9 slots from last week’s #27 position! Thank you to everyone that’s supported! The single along with remixes by the Riddler, Funk Generation-H3drush, Ranny, Dark Intensity, Giuseppe D. and more! Purchase the remix package on iTunes today, and stream it on YouTube below!
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Latina.com had a chance to speak with Kat DeLuna on her upcoming second album, as wellas opened up about her close friendship with Selena Gomez, and her new hit single “Last Call” on which she is featured on by the Bello Boys. You can read an excerpt of the interview below, and head over to Latina.com to read the full exclusive! You can also purchase “Last Call” and it’s array of remixes on iTunes and Beatport!
TIM BELLO aka: HOLLYWOOD HAMILTON - Tim Bello started his career as a DJ and has played clubs all over the world. He’s one of the most recognizable names in radio from coast-to-coast. On air at three of America’s biggest radio stations has made him a broadcasting icon. Z-100/NYC, KIISFM/LA, now back again in NYC/WKTU. The WTop30 & RT30 are syndicated on 280 affiliates, 11 countries.
In 1998 Sean “Hollywood” Hamilton went national and HOLLYWOOD HAMILTON’S WEEKEND TOP 30 was established in conjunction with PREMIERE RADIO NETWORKS. In one year, the show became the fasted growing syndicated program in America, and was the “Nationally Syndicated Radio show of the Year” in 2000 by Radio & Records Magazine.
Today HOLLYWOOD HAMILTON’S REMIX TOP30, a dance EDM style show is listened to by approximately 5.7 million people every weekend. He Count’s down the 30 biggest songs of the week all remixed by some of the biggest EDM producers in the world. Plus the biggest celebrities in the business join him, either in-studio or backstage. The show is heard in over 100 cities throughout America and around the world and is offered in two different formats, a Pop/Mainstream version and Hip Hop as well. The Remix Top30 with WKTU in New York being its flagship station.
TED BELLO – Ted is an accomplished guitar bass player, producer. He’s toured playing bass all over the world but remains a mystery and does not talk about himself.
KC ANDERSON – Born and raised in New York. KC Anderson’s career as a DJ began on the radio airwaves in 1998 on Party 105.3 in Long Island, NY. It was here in his own hometown where KC honed his talents as an On-Air DJ personality as well as Mixshow DJ. From there he became Director of Promotions at Nervous Records breaking several 1 dance records such as Widelife’s ‘I Don’t Want You’, Pepper Mashay’s “Dive In The Pool” and Jessica Folker’s “To Be Able To Love”. Over the years he would play NYC clubs. as well as spin summers in the Hampton’s. One of the highlights inKC’s DJ career was in 2002 where he was chosen to spin in London at the Ministry of Sound for the Nervous Records 10 Year Reunion Party. “It was a special night for me,” he explains, “to be at the Ministry of Sound DJing for thousands of people, alongside DJs I admire such as Tony Humphreys, and Bobby & Steve from Soul Heaven.”
As a staple in NYC nightlife, KC is an advocate for DJs and quality dance music. His presence and understanding of the dance music community still contribute to his success to this day. His mixshow, KC’ s Velvet Lounge on New York’s 103.5 WKTU had a run of 4 years playing the sexiest soulful deep house sets every week. He has had two CDs released ‘The Soulful House Experience’ (Nervous Records) and ‘Destination Lounge – NYC’ (UBL Music). As a DJ, KC’s style derives from the essence of the old school DJs where House music was all styles combined – classic disco, funk and soul. Whether DJing at a trendy lounge or pumping Main Room, KC sets the night with a perfect combination of deep vocal house and main room anthems.” It is this exact style that has led KC to provide the perfect vibe in lounges and clubs all over. (Miami and Ibiza) 2009 brings a new chapter to his DJ career as he becomes resident DJ for worldwide record label Hed Kandi with club appearances slated for Vancouver, Miami, Las Vegas, Mexico, Ibiza, Toronto and New York.
In 2013 he joined dl/production team The Bello Boys, producing and remixing for several major dance and mainstream pop artists.
Kat DeLuna gracefully took the time to speak with Joonbug on her latest feature with The Bello Boys on “Last Call” and the Latin sensation is absolutely adorable. Just in time for the release of the Spanish version of “Last Call” within the interview speaks on her absence from the scene, her Latino fans, and what we can expect from here in the future. Below is an excerpt of the Joonbug interview which you can read in full here, and make sure you purchase “Last Call” on iTunes today!
We haven’t heard anything from you in a while – we’ve missed you! What have you been up to?
Joonbug! Everything is great, I have been in the lab creating and traveling. It’s been a long but fun process. Every time I thought I finished my album a bigger idea would come to mind and I’ll be back to square one. To me that’s amazing. I prefer waiting a while until I release an album because if it isn’t ready. I would hate putting out work without having my gut tell me “That’s the one!” My music is my child.
We see you’ve recently teamed up with The Bello Boys for their record, “Last Call.” How did that all come about?
Hollywood Hamilton (Sean Bello) and I are very good friends. We have always talked about doing something together. When he played me the song I said to him “We got one!” It made total sense this song, the sound, it definitely will make people get up and dance! I’m honored to be a part of this project.
We’ve heard that you and the Bello Boys have a Spanish version of “Last Call” coming out as well. Could you tell us a bit about your Spanish fan base and favorite Spanish territories?
After I finished the English version, we definitely thought we should record a Spanish version and specially because of my Dominican roots. To me it’s always important to have Spanish versions of any work I do. Although my music is considered pop/American, I always do a Spanish version to involve my Latino fans! They support me majorly! Latinos!
Sending over a big thank you to our friends over at GoodMusicAllDay.com for their feature on The Bello Boys & Kat DeLuna’s hit, “Last Call” (Dark Intensity Remix). Here’s what they had to say:
“The homie V-Man sent over this Dark Intensity remix of “Last Call” by The Bello Boys and Kat Deluna. I thought it was a weird song at first, but after listening to it more over the weekend I realized it’s a club banger. This remix brings me back to 2011 when EDM was exploding. At parties you’d hear international remixes like “Suavamente” and “Danza Kuduro” frequently and Dark Intensity’s Bello Boys remix contains a familiar vibe where you may not know the words but it’s still infectious and very dance-able. Stream Dark Intensity’s remix of “Last Call” by The Bello Boys featuring Kat Deluna and purchase the track out now on Radikal Records. Enjoy!”
“Last Call” by Kat DeLuna & Bello Boys has been featured on Muumuse.com! Here’s a bit of what they had to say:
“Kathleen “Kat” Emperatriz DeLuna, Kween of Klubs, literally does not know how to turn down. Turn down forWHAT? That’s what Kat would probably say. She doesn’t know the answer to that. Why? Because it’s still PARTY O’CLOCK.
Not since blessing us with her $150,000 dress-borrowing visual for “Wanna See U Dance” back in 2012 has Kat spiced up the pages of MuuMuse — but that DeLuna Dry Spell mercifully ends now.
Belgium’s favorite dance floor diva returns this month as a featured chanteuse on “Last Call,” a Latin-infused summer jam by NY/NJ-bred act, Bello Boys. (And yes, that is the very real and actual single art above, serving you Baby’s First 1994 MS Paint PC project realness. Could your faves?)
As is always the case in Kat’s world, the party is on the dance floor, and it’s time to turn the music up, pour up the drinks, get those hands up in the air and TURN THE FUCK UP: “Turn it up, don’t stop, live it up/No, this town ain’t big enough!” Kat declares above the sizzling House beats and sassy accordion sound. The vocal mix sort of makes it sound like she’s singing underwater, but it’s fine — IT’S A DELUNA BANGA!”
You can read the full post here, and remember to turn up those speakers and jam out to “Last Call,” below!
“Last Call” by the Bello Boys featuring Kat DeLuna is now officially released, and Yahoo Music has your first listen! Check out an excerpt of what they had to say below and head over to their website now to get your exclusive listen! Make sure you also head over to iTunes or Beatport to purchase the single today!
Everyone these days is gearing up for summertime, which means music fans are beginning to shape up their party playlists for the beach, pool, and other warm-weather festivities. Looking for something fresh to put on your list?
A great candidate for your slate of upcoming fun: Dominican beauty Kat DeLuna’s summery single, “Last Call,” for which she teamed up with the Bello Boys.
This majorly danceable track is slated for release this week along with a variety of remixes, including a Spanish-language version, but you can hear it right now on Yahoo Music! Have a listen, and don’t be surprised if you’re inspired to get up and groove no matter where you happen to be at the moment.
Kat DeLuna has teamed up with The Bello Boys made up of brothers Tim and Tedd Bello and KC Anderson., to release their summer single “Last Call!” Included with the single, is an array of remixes by Dark Intensity, the Riddler, Liam Keegan, and JKGD.
Also keep an ear out for the track’s Spanish version, “Tu Vida,” out soon!