Archive for the 'Mash-Ups' Category
Swizz Beatz, with the help of DJ Runna, blended some of his biggest hits with seven Fela Kuti songs. Surprisingly, the “Money In The Bank” and “Get Me Bodied” mash-ups aren’t that bad.
Download: Swizz Beatz vs. Fela Kuti Pt. 1
Or stream on MonsterMondays.com
Cookin Soul and French producer Spike Miller give The Cop’s street single the remix treatment.
Bonus link: Bawseology: Rick Ross’ Lyrics By The Numbers
I usually don’t like blends, but I’m digging this one.
Shouts to Brooklynites suffering right now.
Miss Info got word on Mick Boogie’s Southernplayalisticmaybachmusic mash-up mixtape that drops tomorrow.
As you can probably tell from the title, it’ll have Big Boi on Ross songs like “Super High” and Ross on Big Boi classics like “Player’s Ball” and newer tracks too like “Shine Blockers”.
The inspiration for the project most likely came from Rozay’s mention on the “Window Seat” remix.
1. Mick Boogie – Intro
2. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Return Of The G
3. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Super High
4. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Player’s Ball
5. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Get Away
6. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Ghetto Musick
7. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Rich Off Cocaine
8. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Shutterbugg
9. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Atliens
10. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Blow
11. Big Boi ft. Rick Ross – Shine Blockas
12. Rick Ross ft. Big Boi – Magnificent
The homies at Cookin Soul have linked with Don Cannon for a new Drake remix project called Thank Us Later.
“Thanks us later” is a new approach to song remixing. Not having the acapellas it is a complete new challenge,
Cookin’ Soul got in the studio together with french top producer Spike Miller and electronic spanish producer VibaSound using real live instruments: guitars, bass, piano, strings, synths…
everything necessary to create this monster with remixes, mashups & original production
Here are 3 joints from the project, which is set to drop in full, for free, later today.
CS also took a shot @ remixing Drizzy’s Westwood Freestyle video, you can peep that after the jump.
The Blue Scholars re-imagine Owl City’s “Fireflies”.
” Sampling a track that took its style from another track was, well, our version of being forward. Futuristic, if you will. Going with the theme that ‘The Future is not what it used to be’, it inspired us to create a video montage of the song – a visual remix.”
Spotted @ OKP
Previously: Crooked I – Fireflies Freestyle
Here’s another deleted scene from Kenzo Digital’s audio film City of God’s Son.
This song was created to celebrate and commemorate the life of the late, great Notorious BIG. As the 2nd “Deleted Scene” from the “City of God’s Son” project, I wanted to show my respects by creating this song, and create a parallel world where Biggie still lives. For more information please visit www.CityofGodSon.com
Meth, Ghost & Rae’s “Our Dreams” collides with Alicia’s “Almost There”.
Props to Young Sav