Alright I was pretty hesitant to throw this one up, on account of the Nelly Furtado, and because it’s a little heavy and might be a little to heavy and electronic for some of the listeners, if that’s the case wait till the next post haha. Well this is a new track out of the Electronic artist Bassnectar. It’s a new track , and it features some sampling of Nelly Furtado, and suprisingly I feel like it works, it’s a slow offbeat kind of track, well I know some will love it, and some will think it’s too heavy. It’s got a dubstep / electro vibe going, just turn up the bass and bump it. Â Give me some feedback please, and enjoy!
Magical World – Bassnectar ft. Nelly Furtado (Stream Only)
Today i’ve got one of my favorite groups a friend showed me back in high school. They have some songs that are so sick I almost assumed everyone had heard them, but I’ve realized not everyone has, so I’m hear with a People Under The Stairs double throwback, showcasing two of the tracks the got my hooked on People originally. Another group from the LA, they just don’t stop making great music over in LA. They’ve got a unique raw sound to them that really sets them apart the sea of rappers. This track “Acid Raindrops” is such a great sick chill song, it really the definition of a chill rap song. It’s taken from their 2002 album O.S.T., which is a great album. It’s got some of the coolest chillest lyrics which just paint a story in the listeners mind. Enough rambling just press play and enjoy!
Acid Raindrops – People Under the Stairs
Next up is another classic P.U.T.S. track, it’s got one of the chillest beats I have ever heard, really. Some people are indifferent about the rapping in this one, I think it’s great. It’s got a classic rap feel similar to Biggie’s rawness, as it should since this track was made at the very end of the 90’sÂ surprisingly. Well not as catchy as Acid Raindrops,Â nonethelessÂ a great classic for sure. Enjoy guys and please do click the text ads on the right sidebar.
San Francisco Knights – People Under the Stairs
Well today we’ve got an interesting sick chill track. It’s the sick rap group Dead Prez mashed with the up and coming indie band Grizzly Bear to creat “2 Weeks of Hip-Hop”. I already know that the indie sounding vocals of the song will turn off some of the listeners but hey I’m trying to mix it up a little. Also some of you may have never heard anything like this and will probably fall in love. Well regardless the group The Hood Internet did another great job with this song as they have in an earlier posts:Â Shwayze Mash-up, Snoop and Dre Mash-up,Â Â and a DMX Mash-up, enjoy and please try and visit the ads on the right of the screen currently 1.2% of the vistors are visting, that’s a little over 1 in a hundred, try and someone out who brings you so many songs.
2 Weeks of Hip-Hop – Dead Prez vs Grizzly Bear (The Hood Internet Mash-up)
Alright so today I’ve got something special for you all, it’s possibly the most rediculous mash-up I have ever heard. And parts of it actually work suprisingly well. Now it may not be quite as catchy as the other absurd remix of Lil Wayne vs The Office Theme posted earlier. Â This track was mashed by DJ DOYOU and he did a great job. This is track is funny, odd, unique, and some parts… sick. Well i’m not promising the song of the year, but give it a listen, at least for a laugh haha. Enjoy and try and visit the ads on the right if you can, simply clicking the ads helps out so much.
Stuntin Like Mufasa (DJ DOYOU mashup) – Lil Wayne vs Simba
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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