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10 EDM Reunions We Want To See

We were more than psyched to find that former Grammy-winning dance duo Deep Dish (aka Dubfire and Sharam) had reunited once again to not only bust out a brand new single ("Quincy"), but a special Miami performance as well. Apparently 2014 is the year for such powerful music reunions (we're stoked for Outkast this summer as well), so here are a few other dance music collaborations put together by Beatport that we hope will reunite by the end of this year:

Crookers
In an almost identical tale to Aeroplane, wobbly “blog-house” kings Crookers went from being a duo of Phara and Bot to becoming a solo project of the former in 2012. The first one-man track, “Ghetto Guetta,” dropped in 2013, mixed their scuzzy synths with a tongue-in-cheek big-room build, but it remains to be seen if either solo artist can match the success they had remixing Kid Cudi back in 2008.

TNGHT
Though previously secure in their solo outfits before beginning a collaboration, Glaswegian Hudson Mohawke and Montrealer Lunice hit on something extra-hot with their pairing as TNGHT in 2012. A few live dates and an EP for Warp Records and Luckyme shouldn’t have left too much of an impression, but their turbocharged crunk sound demands more releases, which will hopefully come sooner than later.

Sasha & Digweed
As the first superstar DJ duo, it’s astonishing that Sasha & Digweed only have two remix credits to their combined name. Still, they managed to introduce America to the age of the superstar jock, with their legendary residency at Twilo in New York, and era-defining Northern Exposure mix CDs, which made progressive house a powerhouse genre in the late ’90s. As a team, the two have been mostly inactive since a reunion tour in 2009, but listening to the soft-yet-epic sound of current faves like Dixon, it’s hard not to see the continuation of the thread they first spun.

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Brim, received his sentencing after agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) caught him selling crack cocaine.

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The rapper's death was never solved.

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John Singleton In Coma After Suffering From A Stroke

John Singleton is reportedly in a coma after suffering from a major stroke, TMZ reports.

The Boyz N the Hood filmmaker has reportedly been in the ICU since last weekend. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Singleton's mother, Sheila Ward, is asking a judge to appoint her temporary conservator of his work because he is "unable to properly provide for his personal needs for physical health, food, clothing, or shelter." Singleton was reportedly working on several projects and preparing to sign a lucrative settlement agreement at the time of his stroke, according to Ward.

As previously reported, Singleton suffered a stroke on April 17, after returning from Costa Rica. After experiencing problems with his legs, he reportedly checked into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles where he suffered a stroke in his hospital room.

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Bun B's Lawyer Provides Update On Attempted Armed Robbery Aftermath

On Tuesday (April 24), Bun B confronted an armed robber, who was later identified as 20-year-old DeMonte Jackson. The latter attempted to rob the legendary rapper's home but acted swiftly with his own registered firearm. When Bun B's wife, Angela "Queenie" Walls answered a knock on the door, a masked Freeman entered with his weapon but was later met with the Trill rapper's fire and was detained at a hospital while being treated for his wounds.

In a statement provided to XXL, lawyer Charles Adams said he doesn't expect charges to be filed against the Texas native. "In Texas, you can defend your home. And if an armed home invader breaks into your home and puts a gun at your wife's head, you can shoot the guy if he's still in your home," Adams said. "Honestly, this might sound cheesy, thank God that Bun had a gun. Thank God that he was courageous enough to defend his home and his wife [Queenie]. And thank God Queenie was courageous enough to not let the man go upstairs."

As Queenie led Jackson to the garage, Bun B, born Bernard Freeman, became aware of the incident from another part of the house and opened fire on Jackson. The latter was charged with one count of burglary plus two levies of aggravated robbery.

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