Synonyms for ookay or Related words with ookay

brodinski              bassjackers              borgore              kaytranada              firebeatz              jauz              tiesto              dvbbs              dyro              odesza              madeon              marshmello              flosstradamus              matoma              classixx              beardyman              bangarang              klingande              kavinsky              makj              freaker              skream              showtek              tomcraft              zomboy              samiyam              mochipet              araabmuzik              congorock              blackalicious              atmozfears              onelove              shockone              anatii              spose              toddla              daedelus              blasterjaxx              datarock              shlohmo              rebelution              konshens              modeselektor              slushii              dannic              evahflowin              gesaffelstein              mnek              phazes              soulstice             



Examples of "ookay"
"Heineken House" Weekend 2: DJ Jayceeoh, Doctor P, Ookay, Protohype, Kayzo, Green Lantern, CRNKN, UFO!
On October 7, 2016, Ookay released his second extended play titled "Cocoon" consisting of five songs. Speaking about fellow DJ and friend, Big Makk who died from a car crash in August, Ookay said "I can't believe that it had to be this way and I didn't even get to say goodbye". A tribute event, in which Ookay was a performer, had raised $8,000 in donations with all proceeds going to Big Makk’s family.
Abe Laguna, known by his stage name Ookay, is an American electronic dance music producer, DJ and musician.
Ookay released "Stay Forever" as a single for Valentines Day. He later collaborated with Marshmello to release the single "Chasing Colors" featuring vocals by Noah Cyrus.
A-Trak was featured on the 2016 Fool's Gold Records compilation album "Fool's Gold Presents: Night Shift," for his song "Only One" with Ookay.
On March 25, 2016, Ookay released a single titled "Thief" on digital platforms. A music video produced by Davin Tjen and directed by Rumena Dinevska for the song was uploaded onto Ookay's YouTube channel five days later. When asked when he started working on the song, Ookay said "...a year ago right after I came back from Coachella 2015". As of August 19, 2016, the song peaked at 27th on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart.
Laguna is based in Los Angeles and his father is a bassist who performed a bass solo during Ookay's Father's Day set at EDC 2015. More recently, Ookay teamed up with Diplo to remix Avicii's "You Make Me".
Marshmello collaborated with Ookay to release the single "Chasing Colors" featuring vocals by Noah Cyrus. He later collaborated with Slushii to release the single "Twinbow", which was previously 'teased' by the duo.
"Chasing Colors" is a song recorded by electronic DJs Marshmello and Ookay featuring the vocals of American singer Noah Cyrus. It was released on 24 February 2017 via Marshmello's label Joytime Collective.
On 8 January 2013, there was remixes released for "Bless Di Nation" featuring Stereo Massive and Sean Paul, there are seven tracks on the EP. Remixing artists include Firebeatz, Clockwork, Valentino Khan, GTA, Torro Torro and Ookay.
On March 10, 2014, Showtek and Ookay released a single titled "Bouncer" via Showtek's label Skink Records. An official music video was uploaded by Spinnin' Records' YouTube channel two weeks later.
On November 7, 2014, Ookay released his debut EP "Ghost" via Steve Aoki's label Dim Mak Records. When asked about his inspirations of creating the EP, Ookay said "I really wanted to push the boundaries of my skill. It's kind of a punch in the shoulder to my fans who get mad when I make anything other than trap. So I made an entire EP that's pretty much not trap (except Egg Drop Soup). Really trying to convince everyone that i'm not a one-trick-pony".
Julian Scanlan (born May 1, 1997), better known by his stage name Slushii, is an American DJ and electronic music producer based in Los Angeles. He is best known for working with artists managed by Moe Shalizi, such as Marshmello, Ookay and Jauz, and for gaining support from notable dubstep musician and OWSLA-record label founder, Skrillex.
Marshmello (stylized marshmello) is an electronic dance music producer and DJ. He first gained international recognition by remixing songs by Jack Ü and Zedd, and later collaborated with artists including Omar LinX, Ookay, Jauz and Slushii. In January 2017, his song "Alone" appeared on the US "Billboard" Hot 100 chart.
Dim Mak has promoted various artists including The Bloody Beetroots, Bloc Party, The Kills, Battles, The Gossip, Andy's iLL, Klaxons, MSTRKRFT, Felix Cartal, Datsik, and others. In 2014, the label made its 500th release with the King Babies EP from The Death Set. Dim Mak’s current roster includes releases from Garmiani, Ookay, Botnek, Autoerotique, Rain Man, Henry Fong, Morten, Keys N Krates, Dirtyphonics and many more.
On March 19, 2016, Work (Remixes) EP was officially released via Tidal Including: 1. R3HAB REMiX (2. Extended Remix and 3. Extended Instrumental), 4. Burns' Late Night Rollin' Remix, 5. Bad Royale Remix (6. Bad Royale Remix), and 7. Lost Kings Remix (8. Extended Remix). American producers Ookay & Yultron released a remix of the song as well, giving it a hybrid trap-inspired beat . The remix was released via soundcloud on Yultron's page.
Upon leaving the group, he started a solo career as Rain Man, releasing his debut solo single titled "Visionary", featuring Sirah for Israeli DJ Borgore's label Buygore. In 2016, he released a single "Bring Back The Summer" on Dim Mak Records. The song was produced overnight, according to Trindl. He is managed by Red Light Management, who also manages DJs like Marshmello, Ookay and Jauz.
Lineup: Fatboy Slim, GRiZ, Claude VonStroke, Jauz, Maya Jone Coles, Hot Since 82, GTA, Gorgon City (DJ Set), Destructo, Getter, Justin Martin, Jack Beats, Felix Da Housecat, Mija, AC Slater, DJ Tennis, Slow Magic, Hannah Wants, Soul Clap, Motez, Chris Lorenzo, Wolf+Lamb, Ookay, Slushii, HeRobust, Wax Motif, J. Phlip, Thugfucker, Giraffage, Justin Jay, Rezz, Hucci, Gerd Janson, Oshi, Doorly, Party Favor, Craze, Gina Turner, Kim Ann Foxman, Bot, Barclay Crenshaw, Kidnap Kid, Horse Meat Disco, Cut Snake, DJ Doc Martin, Stranger, Nick Monaco, Jerry Folk, Redlight, Golf Clap, Josh Pan, Newcleus (Live), Vincent, Marques Wyatt, Mr. Kool Aid, Bones, Dateless, Subset, and The Interns.
The 2014 lineup featured: Bassnectar, Kid Cudi, STS9, Snoop Dogg, Alesso, Nicky Romero, Dada Life, Zeds Dead, Dr Dog, Little Dragon, Slightly Stoopid, theNEWDEAL, Adventure Club, Griz, Showtek, Wolfgang Gartner, W&W, Action Bronson, Boombox, Cashmere Cat, Chet Faker, Emancipator Ensemble, The Floozies, Future Islands, Future Rock, Keys N Krates, Lettuce, Papadosio, Riff Raff, Washed Out, What So Not, Wild Belle, Auto Body, Bad Bad Not Good, Break Science, Cosby Sweater, Dopapod, Grandtheft, J Philp, Midnight Conspiracy, Milk N Cookies, The Motet, Muzzy, The Nth Power, Ookay, Orchard Lounge, Porn and Chicken, Probcause, Thibault
Key releases with various electronic music producers and DJs helped Dim Mak Records become a leading influencer in the dance music world recognized by media and industry reps alike. Off the success of “Warp” and Steve Aoki’s solo DJ career, Dim Mak continued to sign and break numerous electronic dance music producers like Azari & III, Datsik, Felix Cartal, and several others. By 2014 the roster had grown to boast artists such as Autoerotique, Angger Dimas, Botnek, Borgore, Coone, Clockwork, Deorro, Felix Cartal, Garmiani, Ookay, Sound of Stereo, Yolanda Be Cool, Keys N Krates and many more.