Coke Beats is starting in 2023 with a residency in Ibiza, The Grammys, and a new mixtape.

Coke Beats - photo by Dario Rodighiero

After reaching over 1 billion views on TikTok with his bootleg rework of classic 2014 hit “Wiggle” by Jason Derulo ft. Snoop Dogg, Coke Beats has released a series of remixes and originals that have gained millions of video shares on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube.
Fresh from radio residencies on UK-based underground radio stations AATM Radio and Atomix Radio, with his Berghain-inspired deep techno DJ sets and experimental mixes of dark techno and post-industrial sounds, Coke Beats has cemented his name in the European rave scene continuing to push the boundaries between conventional DJ sets and live performances.

At the end of 2022, Coke Beats started a residency at house music radio station Ibiza Stardust Radio, showing a never seen before side of his music tastes: a mix of Balearic sounds, melodic house, and tech house with a preference for extended mixes, and special edits featuring vocals.

Coke Beats is also finishing his new long waited mixtape, following a series of viral remixes and mashups that made his tracks go viral on TikTok between 2019 and 2020. The new mixtape will feature reworks and covers of some of Coke Beats’ favorite “unknown artists”, and re-arrangements of tracks previously released between 2019 and 2021.


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