Wenzday Spins a Heartbreakers Mix for Valentine’s Day


As Valentine’s Day approaches, Wenzday swung by just in time to spin a Heartbreakers mix filled with house heaters.

If there’s one artist you should be paying close attention to in the scene right now it’s Wenzday. Over the past few years, she’s continued to climb the ranks with a growing discography of hard-hitting house tunes in tow, and it’s clear she’s not slowing down anytime soon. Last year saw her drop tunes like “Lost” and “Break (My Heart)” with LeKtriQue, while also spinning a number of livestreams to keep her Heartbreakers grooving to the beat.

Wenzday roared into 2021 by collaborating with Capozzi to show everyone “Bright Lights” on CONFESSION while also continuing to curate some sensational sounds on 40oz Cult as well. Now, with Valentine’s Day on everyone’s mind, the Queen of Heartbreak House has spun up a mix that’s perfect for the broken-hearted or anyone who wants to just bust a move.

Throughout the Heartbreakers Mix, Wenzday puts her dynamic style on full display with a ride that’s filled with tracks that will ignite a fire in your soul. Tracks from artists such as Axel Boy and Blossom, Ranger Trucco, John Summit, and more dot the sonic journey, but she takes it to the next level by delivering a dose of IDs and her own stunning tunes like “Heartbreak House” with Kevin Flum as well.

Happy early Valentine’s Day to all my heartbreakers! This mix is filled with tons of IDs, fire tunes from my homies, and my latest track “Bright Lights” with Capozzi and Lil Debbie out now on Confession. Don’t forget to keep up with all of our latest releases and merch drops on 40oz Cult as well!


Listen to Wenzday’s Heartbreakers Mix on SoundCloud below, download or stream “Bright Lights” on your favorite platform, and head over to the 40oz Cult website for her latest merch!

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