Damn if this ain’t the candy shop of banging blends! That “Sweetest Taboo” refixx though… all of ’em are probably as dope… curious about that “No Ordinary Love” one, too. Pricey, but tempting, and waiting for you over on the Bandcamp, it’s Paul Nice’s “Best Of Sade Blends.” CRAZY dope!
King I Divine dropped a mixtape on his birthday. How do YOU celebrate? Nah, not YOUR born day, HIS (selfish)! Know what, Divine got y’all.
The project is a mix of instrumentals and songs including features from ScienZe, Yamin Semali, and D. Julien. If you could take a listen and share it… I’d really appreciate it.
There you go. Done and done. It’s a celebration. Official nod party with this Divine music. Bask in it! And share.
Think “Untitled,” and two things you’d see a title on come to mind. D’Angelo’s classic; and that filename that comes up when you save something but you ain’t quite done working on it. Maybe that’s what Smoke DZA had in mind for this dope he left on the shelf. But naaaaah, son, this crack rock is cooked and well done!
This joint had been in the stash forever & I kept annoying DZA to drop it…finally he let me drop the sh!t on Cinematic Radio. If you haven’t peeped Don’t Smoke Rock listen to the album here sh!t is fuego.
DJ Yogi has cheffed y’all up a quality blend of TI… Scarface… Quad City DJs, 69 Boyz & K-Nock… Aretha Franklin… Tears For Fears… Sade… Big Sean… and… and… some more! Is it Hip-Hop, Soul, Christmas, Gospel, Twerk, Bass music or what?? Well… YES!
The Brunch Mix goes all over the place like runny eggs.
– DJ Yogi
Ah, dig the intro to this (meant to say that before)…Now, this great late night audio escape mixtape is different from “The Insomniac #2” (which we posted on here earlier). The homie DJ Yogi calls this one “The Insomniac SHOW #2”… a continuation of a series (hopefully) starting with “The Insomniac SHOW #1” (which we posted on here days ago). Pay attention. Keep up. And if you’re up late, cue this mixtape curate up; featuring work from Fetty Wap (yup, you’ll dig what Yogi dug), BoneBreaker Jones, Reek Da Villian, Talib Kweli, T.I., J. Keys & Robyn Hood, Phil Da Agony and more.
DJ Yogi… YOOOO! I hope this is the first of many – not sleepless nights – but “Insomniac Show” installments. Don’t moan and groan about Monday. Get out there and ATTACK it. Early! To start, get some of this music in your mental to charge you up. Repping Fleet DJs strong!
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, Nick Grant, Dynasty, De La Soul, Torae and more.
Tis the season for beautiful tributes for A Tribe Called Quest. Did you see the earlier post on that dope mural; painted on the same building atop which ATCQ rocked “Check The Rhime” in their video back in the day? Well, now we have a 25th Anniversary Mix by Chris Read titled “Low End Theory.”
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of A Tribe Called Quest’s stellar sophomore LP ‘Low End Theory’ our buddy Chris Read has crafted an exclusive mix of tracks from the album, alternate versions, and original sample material. Listen up and enjoy!
– Wax Poetics
Bossed up like a Corleone…
– Nipsey Hussle
Boom! Nip dropped a jawn off his “Slauson Boy 2” for this week’s #MarathonMonday release. “Clarity” is powered by a driving beat and no-letup lyrics from Dave East and Bino Rideaux. Nice visuals.
One of the DOPEST spin sessions ever! Thank DJ Yogi for that head nod hangover you are about to get. Lean in and listen to this mix featuring tracks from Redman, KRS-ONE, Talib Kweli, Fat Joe & Remy Ma (featuring French Montana), Dynasty and more.
DJ Yogi. Thank you bredren. Ya’ll, the homie keeps me posted on the latest mixes (yeah, PLURAL) he drops constantly. Archived or on-air, if Yogi’s mixing…DUDE I AM THERE! But, “Do Y’all Really Listen” though? Is it a question, or a challenge? Nah, it’s the title of DJ Yogi’s latest dope mix. RELAX!
Global grinding! Straight outta Japan, DJ Fourd Nkay uploaded a new “Straight Heat Radio” mix – including brand new Hip-Hop, R&B, Reggae – and hit the hip. Literally! Texted like “Check this out!” Usually has Westside Flip doing the talking, but pulling double duty on this September 2016 edition. Hood hard trapping out the gate, so prepare yourself. Got just past the 11-minute and heard
“You know what… I f#ck with people from ATL, people from NY, people JAPAN at the same damn time!”
Priceless!! Never doubt the WORLDWIDE appeal of Hip-Hop! And DJ Fourd Nkay put it out there: coming back to Atlanta SOON (in town for A3C, first week of October 2016)!
(A listen will get you crunk guaranteed. Interesting to note that around the 29-minute mark comes the declaration that Young M.A is the hottest act coming out of New York. Just posted on her on here. Dope!)
Unity Sound with the wind up & down for the long weekend set. It’s the “Dance Mood 11” mix. Described as Dancehall with a twist of Pop, it’s euphoric listening if you catch a vibe from this genre of music. At the least, it is great background music (with touches of Hip-Hop and R&B in there, too) for whatever shindig go to or throw for two… or more. Enjoy!
Point blank: To start, you NEED to catch the homie DJ Rasta Root on deck at the Smokin Shells DJ Stage for this year’s One Musicfest in Atlanta (Georgia, USA), Saturday, September 10, 2016, at Lakewood Amphitheatre.
As an enticement for those who have yet to make that go-no go decision, as well as to serve as a consolation for those who cannot make it to The ATL, here is DJ Rasta Root’s 2016 Official One Musicfest Mixtape … “SeratoCast Mix 58”
Jesse Boykins III might make you wait a year for some new music, but it’s always on time. Interesting features for his “Bartholomew” mixtape – Audio Push, Melanie Fiona, Trinidad James, Bridget Kelly, Dej Loaf and more. Definitely an R&B plate, but with something extra in the gravy.
Man, shout to DRUGS–DRUGS–DRUGS… for continuing to come through with beats that make everybody go crazy! Hit up on the Twitterscape with news of the latest beat tape he put online. You may now enjoy.
Seeing this is on House Shoes’ Soundcloud (stay linked to the dopest beatmakers, don’t he?) #Salute
— NALOXONE BEAT TAPE (@D_R_U_G_S_BEATS) July 8, 2016
Having gained so much from the great man, Spinna decided to pay tribute in the form of “Wonderfull,” a series of parties celebrating the “Wonder of Stevie.” This is where the story became somewhat surreal for Spinna, suddenly finding himself joined onstage in Washington DC by none other than Stevie himself, a spine-tingling moment… An extension of the “Wonderfull” parties, this album represents a celebration of the life, music and cultural impact of Stevie Wonder.