The Essence Of Diversity – Ep 6: DJ Led Worship Vol IV

The DJ Led Worship series has been very special to me. It has been a year and a half since Volume III and I have been piecing together the tracklisting for Volume IV since then. Over the first three, many different styles have been featured and many challenges have been made to the definition of worship. With this installment I wanted to focus on upbeat material and mostly in the house genre. Not all of the songs in this series were created by Christians, but as Im sure most of you agree, I dont always need a Christian to write music I worship to. I hope that you will find this mix as special and praiseworthy as I have.

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Tracklisting

  1. 1.) Levi Whalen – The World (Audicid Remix)(Science Drop’s God Is Moving Edit)
  2. Transform DJs – I See You Moving (Science Drop’s Breaks Mix)
  3. Swedish House Mafia – Save The World (Vocal Edit)
  4. Eva Simmons – Like You (Nicky Romero Remix)
  5. Zedd Featuring Matthew Koma – Spectrum (Extended Mix)
  6. Sultan, BT, Morgan Page & Ned Shepard – In The Air Featuring Angela McCluskey (Mord Fustang Remix)
  7. The Ashton Shuffle – Your Love (Club Version)
  8. Spencer & Hill – Believe It (Original Mix)(Science Drop Vocal Edit)
  9. Levi Whalen – Shine (Frank Nuckless Electro Dubstep Lenha Mix)
  10. 2 Brothers of Soul Featuring Darren J. Bell – Thank You Jesus (Deep Josh Distored Funk Remix)
  11. Audicid Featuring Dihanna – Such Amazing Grace (Original Mix)
  12. Alex Metric – Stay With Me (Steve Angello Remix)
  13. Florence And The Machine – You’ve Got The Love (Mark Knight Remix)
  14. Tim Hughes – Happy Day (DJ Stubbs Remix)
  15. DJ Pippi & Danny Marquez – God Is Love (Pierre Ravan & Uranus Deep In My Soul Mix)
Science Drop is a Producer, DJ, Worship Leader, and Record Label owner. He has performed at Clubs, Festivals, Bars, Conferences, Churches, Ministries, and Charities. Along with running a record label, Science Drop has been involved in the Electronic Dance Music scene for well over a decade. Growing up in Chicago, he was vastly influenced by the house music and rave culture of the great city. Drawing on influences of the culture, he has carried his skills to almost every major city in the United States. He spent many years working with some of the biggest promoters in the business and learning his production technique from watching and controlling dance floors. He also began to work with bands introducing electronic elements into a system that would increasing grow in its appreciation for DJs.

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