Why you may ask? Truthfully we just love getting down to a little MJ sometimes. Well first off we’ve got a mashup of Michael and Ratatat, and damn these songs were meant for each other. Featuring Billy Jean makes this a perfect chill Jackson Mashup, enjoy
Hey had to throw a post together about these guys, they’re soo sick. Chiddy Bang is the name, and it is made up of the front man Proto, the producer Xaphoon Jones, and drummer and guitarist. Bursting out of the scene from Philadelphia, and with a bang, receiving much attention from they’re mixtape “The Swelly Express”.Â Check out this song based off MGMT’s “Kids”, re-warped and given a completely different feel, with Proto laying down some sick verses over it giving the song a Electronic / Rap mash feel. Whatever it is, it works and is called “The Opposite of Adults (KIDS)”
This group is so sick I had to throw you guys a second track by them. It features a Passion Pit song this time, and this one’s called Truth. Might sound a little different at first, wait till Proto comes in with some sick verses.
Bringing you a double dose of some hard bass hitting songs to get you through the week. This first of which is done by the talented MSTRKRFT, who have been gaining alot of popularity in the past year. In this track they remixed the Usher hit “Love In This Club”. They turn the original RnB track into a fresh club classic. Turn up your speakers and have a listen.
Hey everybody. Todays a good day because I have 99 problems and they all B*****S! So we decided hey why not put up the good ol’ Jay-Z song of 99 problems mashed with a justice bangin track from the help of DJ When. He is a DJ emerging from Florida and you know how much they love dance music down there. But anyways ladies and gentlemen, Enjoy this bangin track
Today we bring you another chill double post, featuring a group not too many people are familiar with, as well as an Eminem mash-up. The first group CYNE (Cultivate Your New Experience) is from Florida, and I can’t stop listening to a track of there 09′ release called “Pretty Apollo”. First off it’s got one of the coolest, chillest hip-hop beats I have ever heard, makes me wonder why others can’t put as much time into the beat. And the solid lyrics complete the song.
Anyone miss the old school Eminem. We sure do at TSIS. This song is a nice mash up of eminem and the group bagraiders done by the genius kids of the white panda.Â The White Panda is one of the sickest mash-up groups in the scene right now. Enjoy this track because we sure did
First of the songs posted is K’naan -Take A Minute, from his 2009 album Troubadour. A few months ago a friend showed me K’naan and I loved his sound, reminded me of K-Os and some earlier Wyclef Jean. Check out this hit off the Somalian’s latest album.
love the funk side of dance music? This song is a remix by the group Bit Funk turning this pop hit into a funky jam. It’s Love Love Love originally by Kirstenana. She’s a pop artist from The UK gaining popularity in the states with her distinct style. Sit back and relax and get ready to dance. Enjoy
David Guetta ft. Kid Cudi – Memories (David Guettas F*ck Me I’m Famous Remix) : Bangin New Dancy RemixPosted in Bangin by nick | Tags: David Guetta, Electro, Electronic, House, Kid Cudi, Remix
David Guetta has taken house music to the American mainstream, something few Dj’s have done (such as Benny Benassi). He teamed up with many American stars for his last album such as the Black Eyed Peas, and on his latest hit, another rising star Kid Cudi. The original Memories is a sick song on it’s own, but now David Guetta himself has remixed it in this “F*ck Me I’m Famous Remix”. This one hits harder, and is an all around sick remix, scope it. Some “chill” songs getting posted later today.
David Guetta ft. Kid Cudi – Memories (David Guettas F*ck Me I’m Famous Remix) | Stream Only
My name is Nick Guarino and I reside in Boulder, Colorado. While attending the University of Colorado pursuing an Advertising degree I occupy my time helping out with various concerts and festivals, producing and performing in the mashup group Sorry for Partying, and trying to surround my entire life with the thing I love most, music.
I hope you will find that I aim for quality over quantity with the songs found here. I try to let you appreciate a new song, which is something that commonly gets lost this day and age with so much digital music.
And yes this site is completely legal, I only post songs, remixes, etc. that the artists have okayed me to do. I always include iTunes links or ways of connecting and supporting the artists that I feature. Enjoy!
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Wale is one of the break through artists of 2009, and for a good reason, he is a fresh breathe of air amongst the stale mainstream hip-hop scene today. Good Girls the original song is great, but this remix brings a new light to the already sick song. It is redone by Andrew Clark and Quix, never heard of either of these guys and couldn’t find much either, regardless a very sick remix.
A very sick mash-up of Ratatat and Cypress Hill. It’s done by a group Radio Vampiro, I couldn’t find any information about this person, but he makes a good mash-up.
As for the vocals, never been a huge fan of cypress hill, but it compliments Ratatat nicely
My first post is the track a grabbed a few months ago, but have only recently become playing it regularly. It is the classic 50 cent track “In Da Club”, remixed but a very talented group The Disco Villains. It’s one of those remixes that makes the original a completely new song.
Listen and Download, let me know your thoughts!
50 Cent – In Da Club (Disco Villains Remix) | Stream Only
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My story has changed quite a lot since moving to Boulder, Colorado and starting Thissongissick back in 2010. My name is Nick Guarino and this is Thissongissick.com. We've grown a lot since, but the original goal has always stayed the same: making it easier for you to discover sick new music that you've never heard before. In high school I would make mix cd's for my friends to show them all the new music I was discovering. Now, through TSIS, we work with musicians and record labels from all over the world to showcase a variety of the freshest electronic, hip-hop, indie, and alternative music to a global following that is comprised of millions of music lovers in over 110 countries - every single month. So, make yourself at home while enjoying countless amazing musicians from a variety of genres and let the sick sounds fill your ears! - Nick