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Posts Tagged ‘ Remixes ’

Biggie Smalls x Star Wars?


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The brand new Star Wars is being released TONIGHT. Recently, a mixtape created by Richie Branson and Solar Slim merges music from the sci-fi series with some of The Notorious B.I.G.’s most popular tracks. John Williams’ orchestrations are interwoven with Biggie’s raps and are laced with some punchy boom bap and 808 drums.  Check out ‘Life After Death Star’.

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Honest Slogans


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Have you ever wished popular brands would use taglines that were a little more revealing? Honest Slogans is a Tumblr that remixes famous logos with tag lines that reflect what people really think of the brand. A project by graphic designer Clif Dickens, Honest Slogans will make you chuckle every time because, well, we all know these revised taglines tell the truth.

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Jeff Phantom x DJ Storm – The 15/20 Experience.


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Recently DJ Jeff Phantom came to me with another brilliant idea concerning the new Justin Timberlake album ‘The 20/20 Experience’.  So 48 hours later, we had a 16 minute mix of our favorite tracks from the record breaking album, all remixed the way we wanted them.  Click the pic above to download the mix.

2011 And The Advent Of Hipstep… (Or Dubhop).


Despite roots that date back to the late ’90s, dubstep in the U.S. gets mostly relegated to the fringes of popular music. Recently it’s been slipping into more mainstream arenas like hip-hop and pop. It most often rears its head at music festivals, on college campuses and in sets by the occasional late-night club DJ. Dubstep can be polarizing — alternately celebrated and derided as music for robots — but I’m not here to beat the drums of dubstep war, nor advocate for the genre’s continued prevalence. Instead, I’m here to state the obvious: that hip-hop and dubstep are fusing. You can call it “dubhop” or “hipstep,” but either way, this year it became impossible to deny.

What started with dubstep DJs experimenting with hip-hop remixes has progressed into the mainstream, with hip-hop artists now seeking out these DJs to incorporate dubstep beats into their songs. The list which follows is arranged by level of griminess and filth: The top represents some of the mainstream hip-hop acts to have infused their music with womp. But as you descend down the rabbit hole, the sounds become more hardcore. These jams are bursting with brutally thunderous bass lines, and they’re not for everyone. But if you emerge from this dark 10-track burrow of face-melting bass intact, then congratulations, my robotic friend: You are the newest fan of hipstep.  Check the method.

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Jay-Z and Kanye West – Who Gon Stop Me

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SBTRKT ft. Little Dragon – Wildfire (RMX ft. Drake)

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Kreayshawn – Gucci Gucci

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Kelly Rowland ft. Lil Wayne & Diplo – Motivation (Remix)

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Wiz Khalifa – Black And Yellow (Big Gigantic Remix)

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Drake & Lil Wayne – I’m On One (KillaGraham Remix)

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Big Boi – Shutterbugg (Unlimited Gravity DUBSTEP Remix)

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Pretty Lights – All Of The Lights Remix Kanye West

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SAVOY – Welcome To Jamrock (Remix)

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Sam Adams – Hold On

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