Mick Boogie and Terry Urban – Viva La Hova (Remastered & Expanded)

Viva La Hova was originally released two years ago, when it earned a co-sign from Jay-Z and a post on Coldplay’s blog, and with the news of a Jay-Z/Chris Martin’s NYE show, has since started being talked about again. Mick Boogie and Terry Urban recently decided to push-up the date of the re-release of their wildly popular mash-up project:

Two years ago, Mick Boogie and Terry Urban set the music world on fire with an unprecedented mash-up (although they hate that word) of musical icons Jay-Z and Chris Martin/Coldplay… Viva La Hova. The project featured production from Mick, Terry, 9th Wonder, Cookin’ Soul, The Kickdrums, nVMe, 6th Sense and others. Viva La Hova went on to garner hundreds of thousands of downloads, and receive acclaim around the world. Jay-Z himself told Mick he liked the project… and Coldplay even linked to it on their official website.

As the weather gets colder and summertime fades away, it seemed like a perfect time to re-release a project that can only be described as ambient cold weather music. “Terry and I were planning on re-releasing it in December anyways, just because everywhere we go, people ask us about it,” said Mick Boogie. “After Jay-Z and Coldplay announced their big New Years Eve plans, including performing together integrating their songs… and about a million people emailed us… we decided to just drop the re-release now. Why wait?”

Featuring two new bonus songs not contained on the original Viva La Hova release, this project also finds the original mixes re-mastered, non-sequenced, and without the signature “dj drops” over the songs. “Everyone always told us they treated this project as an album, and not a mixtape,” said Terry Urban. “This being the playlist generation, we wanted to offer the songs in an album, non-mixed format so people can use the songs however they see fit.”

Track list and download link after the jump.

Previously: Jay-Z ft. Chris Martin – Most Kingz (DJ Green Lantern Remix)

1) Intro (produced by Mick Boogie & Terry Urban)
2) One Ruler (produced by Max Tannone)
3) Public Speeding (produced by Cookin’ Soul)***
4) Know My Place (produced by The Amps)
5) Never Changing (produced by nVMe)
6) Miss Trouble (produced by Judah)
7) Back At My Place (produced by Remot)
8) Lucifer And Friends (produced by CJ Luzi)
9) A Spy’s Prayer (produced by nVMe)
10) Science Is Ignorant (produced by Gooch)
11) The Reverse Fix (produced by Mick Boogie & nVMe)
12) Hola Blanco (produced by Garbs Infinite)
13) Take The Hill (produced by nVMe)
14) Lost Part 2 (remixed by Mick Boogie)
15) Cold Success (produced by 9th Wonder)
16) What If We Cry? (produced by Remot)
17) No Love Coming Home (produced by The Kickdrums)
18) Falling In Shadows (produced by 6th Sense)
19) Life of Clocks (produced by Terry Urban)
20) X-Y-Z (produced by Hasan Insane)

Mick Boogie x Terry Urban – Viva La Hova (Remastered)

via MickBoogie.com


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33 Responses to “Mick Boogie and Terry Urban – Viva La Hova (Remastered & Expanded)”

  1. 456 Says:

    kanye must be smashing plates and breaking up furniture in a hotel room right now

  2. hl Says:

    cOLD Says:

    so combat jack is an attorney, yet he’s disclosing excerpts from confidential meetings?…. whatever happened to attorney client privilage.

    I was wondering the same thing.

  3. Remixznflow Says:

    i never took the time to listen to this the first time around…

    *downloads*

  4. cOLD Says:

    Remixznflow Says:

    September 24th, 2010 at 1:55 pm
    i never took the time to listen to this the first time around…

    *downloads*

    ^ really can’t go wrong with these types of blends.

  5. hl Says:

    I have never heard anything by Cookin’ Soul.

  6. mcb Says:

    Mick Boogie>>>
    but i prob wont have this for a few days

  7. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    kanye must be smashing plates and breaking up furniture in a hotel room right now
    ——————
    either that or playing Big Brother at maximum volume

    shots fired/tribute song ether

  8. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Jay is infamous for the ‘help me out now and I will fuck you over later’ ether.

  9. cOLD Says:

    456 Says:

    September 24th, 2010 at 1:47 pm
    Dame lost it and asked dude if he owned Universal. When dude said he didn’t, Dame laid into him (and me) about how I had him dealing with ‘peons.

    ^karma’s a bitch

    ^ every organization needs muscle like this… Just so happen Jay benifited from Dames aggressiveness… then left money to pick up the pieces.

  10. mcb Says:

    Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    September 24th, 2010 at 1:58 pm
    Jay is infamous for the ‘help me out now and I will fuck you over later’ ether.
    ^^^
    indeed

    he hustled on that grind.

  11. KritterKrewBitch! Says:

    # hl Says:
    September 24th, 2010 at 1:57 pm

    I have never heard anything by Cookin’ Soul.
    ^^^^
    You should probably get on the cookin’ soul train. They”re probably the best mixtape producers out

  12. cOLD Says:

    Jay is infamous for the ‘help me out now and I will fuck you over later’ ether.

    ^ “What most people need to learn in life is how to love people and use things instead of using people and loving things.” (author unknown)

    ^gem

  13. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    looking back Last Call & Big Brother took numerous shots at Hov’s backsliding ways

  14. cOLD Says:

    you can’t be a passive force.

    ^gem.

  15. CiCi The Intern Says:

    KritterKrewBitch! Says:

    September 24th, 2010 at 1:59 pm
    # hl Says:
    September 24th, 2010 at 1:57 pm

    I have never heard anything by Cookin’ Soul.

    ^^^

    “Bring the Goons Out” >

  16. Charles Oakley Says:

    looking back Last Call & Big Brother took numerous shots at Hov’s backsliding ways
    ^
    I dig Ye’s music and artistry, but he’s a whiny ass hole. But also, heen line in his music.

  17. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    ^ “What most people need to learn in life is how to love people and use things instead of using people and loving things.” (author unknown)

    ^gem

    ^indeed

  18. hl Says:

    looking back Last Call & Big Brother took numerous shots at Hov’s backsliding ways

    ^I always thought there was a some subtle ether in “Last Call”.

  19. fuck boy music Says:

    LF: Rakim shitted on Jay-Z on The Watcher 2 on BP2.

  20. 456 Says:

    Shortly after the single dropped, Moxey and Payday dropped Jay-Z.

    ^that nigga probably hasn’t slept a wink in the last five years.

  21. fuck boy music Says:

    Dame Dash and Suge Knight could never lose. Never, i don’t care if Dre and Jay-Z is against them.

    During Dame’s prime, he accumulated so much money that i think he could of stashed some millies somewhere and live comfortable.

    Same with Suge Knight, suge knights dominance in 90’s for a whole decade, he has to have some money lying around.

    There is difference between being bankrupt and broke.

  22. hl Says:

    “Jay’s favorite line? Dawg in due time.”

    #YeGems

  23. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    ^I always thought there was a some subtle ether in “Last Call”.
    ——————-
    Ye’ said when he heard This Can’t Be Life he wasn’t feeling it….

    “Jay said what u think….i was like man that shit tight…what ima tell him, i was riding the train”

  24. 456 Says:

    Dame Dash and Suge Knight could never lose.

    ^these might be two biggest losers in all of hiphop.

  25. cOLD Says:

    looking back Last Call & Big Brother took numerous shots at Hov’s backsliding ways

    ^I always thought there was a some subtle ether in “Last Call”.

    ^ its the reason he’s not mentioned in interviews by his “peers”…for lack of a better word. Truth is Hov was viewed by most as the Anti-Christ way before any of the illumninati allegations. Going against Nas was the tipping point, the lines were clearly engraved Good and Evil.

    Either you with Satan or you with God Nigga that’s it. Choose or die nigga. – Jay Electronica

  26. fuck boy music Says:

    # 456 Says:
    September 24th, 2010 at 2:11 pm

    Dame Dash and Suge Knight could never lose.

    ^these might be two biggest losers in all of hiphop.

    ^How so they made enough money too feed your sister and mother in africa for 3 or 4 lifetimes…

    and all your cousins in the refugee camp too…

  27. hl Says:

    Going against Nas was the tipping point, the lines were clearly engraved Good and Evil.

    lmao!

    Keep going though…

  28. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    There is difference between being bankrupt and broke.

    ^Very big difference. You could have foriegn accounts in the alps, swiss, stockholm, Zurich or any host of places.

    Hell you could have money stashed in a wall safe, basement, toolshed, etc.

    I doubt these niggas is broke financially. Investment wise, maybe. Liquid assets, hell fucking no.

  29. fuck boy music Says:

    Exactly. Niggas dont give a shit about credit…..so they file bankruptcy and dont have to pay shit back. But you keep the liquid.

  30. Troubleshooter1900 Says:

    Either you with Satan or you with God Nigga that’s it. Choose or die nigga. – Jay Electronica

    ^so what you saying nigga.

  31. Just.... Says:

    # Troubleshooter1900 Says:
    September 24th, 2010 at 2:17 pm

    Either you with Satan or you with God Nigga that’s it. Choose or die nigga. – Jay Electronica

    ^so what you saying nigga.

    ^It’s like the game ain’t the same, got younger niggas pulling triggers calming fame to they namee

  32. Marv Says:

    Either you with Satan or you with God Nigga that’s it. Choose or die nigga. – Jay Electronica

    ^^

    Real shit nigga!….

  33. Yama Says:

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    Wat da bladklatt???

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