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DJ Guido Osorio, one-half of Long Island-based DJ/production duo Razor N’ Guido, died of a sudden heart attack on Saturday, Feb. 20. He was 46.
DJ Razor (real name: Peter Osback) tells Billboard, “While my heart will forever grieve, I find solace in knowing that the world, and more importantly, myself, was blessed in knowing and sharing so much with this kind, generous and wonderfully brilliant human being. I will miss and love him always.”
Razor N’ Guido are well-known for their innovative, progressive, hard house style, having entertained clubgoers and dance radio listeners alike for the last two decades. The pair created remixes of songs by a multitude of artists since the late ’90s, including reworkings of tracks by Madonna, Rihanna, Shakira, The Notorious B.I.G., Gloria Estefan, George Michael and Kim English.
Razor N’ Guido are also recalled fondly for two original productions that hit the top 10 on Billboard‘s Dance Club Songs chart: “Do It Again” (No. 7, 1998) and “Miss the Way,” featuring Reina (No. 4, 2000). The team also charted with “You Used to Hold Me ’98” (No. 36, 1998) and “Dancefloor,” featuring Octahvia (No. 50, 2001). More
Have you ever wondered which hit songs have the most unforgettable hooks? Yeah, me either, but researchers have answered the question we didn’t ask. Researchers at The Museum of Science and Industry (Manchester, England) and The University of Amsterdam have enlisted 12,000 people to listen to the hook of 280 chart-topping songs (the 40 best-sellers from each decade from the 1940s onward) and name the song as quickly as they could.
Here’s the list of damnable earworms the researchers came up with, ranked by how quickly the 12,000 respondents could recognize each chart-topping song when played from the hook (the timestamp in parenthesis): More
The producer is one of the most crucial yet anonymous figures in all of music. Every now and again we aim to illuminate these under-heralded artists with Beat Construction. This week, we spoke to Matt Martians, the Odd Future producer/keyboardist who co-founded The Internet, helmed Kilo Kish‘s debut, and inspired Kendrick Lamar with his free-form production experiment The Jet Age of Tomorrow. We talk about ’08 Myspace, ’14 Atlanta, and the perfect powder keg balance of sound and image he’s striving to reach. More