WILL ALSO PERFORM “NARCO” IF DÍAZ PITCHES
DJ, producer, and live instrumentalist Timmy Trumpet, one of the artists behind the viral Edwin Díaz entrance song “Narco”, will appear at Citi Field to throw an honorary first pitch before the Mets game vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday, August 30th. If Díaz appears in the game, Timmy Trumpet will also perform “Narco” live as Díaz enters from the bullpen.
Timmy Trumpet and Mets closer Edwin Díaz will be available for media together Tuesday 8/30 from 3:30-4:30pm before the game, please respond to this email to coordinate an on-site or remote interview or other content.
Díaz used “Narco” as his entrance song in 2018, his final year in Seattle, then brought it back before the 2020 season and has walked in from the bullpen to the sound of trumpets since then. “Narco” hit the No. 1 spot on Spotify’s Viral 50 chart this month, and this week the track has reached the No. 13 position on Billboard’s digital song sales chart.
DJ, producer, and live instrumentalist Timmy Trumpet is undoubtedly one of the most prolific performers in the DJ Mag Top 100. An award-winning, multi-platinum selling recording artist, Timmy has forged his way to the top of the industry alongside influential artists taking the world by storm. His breakthrough release “Freaks” has reigned in over half a billion streams, reached six times platinum status in Australia, and dominated the charts in ten countries, becoming the highest selling track of all time on Ministry of Sound Australia. In 2020, after over a decade on the scene, the DJ producer issued his first album, Mad World. The set included the singles “911” with R3HAB, “Up & Down” with Vengaboys, and a cover of “Mad World” with Gabry Ponte.