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Category Archives: Remixes
I don’t know much about Sam Champ, but he has been coming out with some nasty remixes recently. This one might be his best though, mostly because it remixes a song off of Voodoo. It’s very Dilla-esque, so naturally I … Continue reading
This remix is DOPE. Nothing else to say really. Props to Peskers for this one.
I take back what I said about Juicy. Stuntin’ Like My Daddy (by Birdman & Lil Wayne) has easily been mashed up and remixed more than any song ever. Here’s a sampler: Stuntin with a Milli (Lil Wayne v. Phoenix … Continue reading
Ozonian (who also answers to the name Benjamin Dranklin) can hang with the Hood Internet, wait what, Party Ben, Mother Earth, whoever. The kid needs to blow up. He just came out several new tracks, including two gems: a remix … Continue reading
At some point in 2009, someone released the a cappella track from Wonderwall, starting a chain reaction that led to dozens (if not hundreds) of mash-ups, samples and remixes of Oasis’ cash cow. I’m only going to post my three … Continue reading
My boy Hausen just introduced me to one of the most unique mixtapes I’ve ever heard, Margarine, a mash-up album of sorts between rapper Ced Hughes and electronic music producer Hudson Mohawke (to be referred from here on out as … Continue reading