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
Alright so the first time I heard the original song by Drake, I immediately couldn’t stand it, and of course after a couple more listens I kinda enjoyed it. Well I’ve heard a good amount of stuff from Hyper Crush, but this remix is one of the sickest songs I’ve heard them produce. They take Drake’s song and make it an absolute banger club hit. Well turn up your speakers, and especially the bass, and enjoy!
Drake – Over (Hyper Crush Remix)
Alright so this track isn’t necicarily new, but it’s got a real chill vibe with bangin beat and everyone needed to hear it. So first off you have to listen to at least a minute of the song to get an idea of where it’s going, so don’t judge it early. It’s done by the group Zion-I who are such a sick unique sounding rap group. It’s got an interesting woman vocal intro and chorus done by K. Flay. Once the huuuge sick bassy beat drops the song really gets going. The beat almost has a MGMT feel but way more intense. The rapping is of course real sick. Well enjoy it Â and please visit the ads if you get a chance.
Zion-I ft. K. Flay – Coastin
Alright the post today is of a group based out of Seattle, WA called Blue Scholars. The song posted is called “New People” and it’s got a real different interesting sound to it, just give it a listen, and at least listen to the first minute I think you will be pleasantly surprised. Cool chorus, and sick rapping, overall sick track you’ll be seeing some more from these guys. Please start visiting the ads on the right hand side please guys, simply click the text ads and it really helps. Thanks and enjoy as always!
Blue Scholars – New People
Alright so Kid Cudi is pretty big now, but gained alot of his popularity through his earlier mixtape “A Kid Named Cudi”. Well first up I’ve got a real sick track ” Never Come Down” from a mixtape last year. It bangs but in a slow way, such a sick song can’t stop listening. Give it a listen, i’m sure you’ll enjoy.
Kid Cudi – Never Come Down
Next up is a sick Cudi track i’ve been meaning to throw up for awhile, it’s an unreleased one supposedly back from 2008. Well regardless it’s a real sick chill one with Cudi’s signature style, enjoy guys! And try and click the ads on the right if you get a chance!
Kid Cudi – Dat New “New”
(I know the song is messed up sounding, i’ll fix it later tonight, just download it for now)
Today I’ve got a super dirty bangin remix from Discotech of Eminem’s “Crack A Bottle”. Â Discotech is a group who I have started liking alot in the past couple months and plan on a full featured post about them, as they deserve it. Alot of people got sick of the original song pretty fast as it was incredibly overplayed, but this remix shines a new light onto it. Even if you didn’t like the original, you’ll probably like this version. It starts from the begining being super dirty, well turn up the speakers and bump it. Please try and click the new text ads under the “sponsors” on the right, it’ll help me with the costs of this site. Thanks and enjoy as always!
Crack A Bottle (Discotech Remix) – Eminem ft. Dr. Dre and 50 Cent
Check out this awesome mashup from Big Z, who makes some sick remixes and mash-ups. Well this one is Notorious and Jay-Z mashed in a very cool way. It’s very chill and very sick, not much else to say about this one, enjoy!
Blue Magic – Notorious B.I.G. vs Jay-Z (Big Z Mashup)
Alright, now most of you are already aware of the duo of Slug and Ant popularly known as Atmosphere, and if you’re not you most definitely should be. Today I’ve got a lesser known song as well as the entire EP released last summer for free that most people didn’t even hear about. Well first up is a song not on the free EP, but on another lesser known title Sad Clown Bad Summer 9 which was released back in 07′. The track is called Sunshine and it is one of the happiest sounding Atmosphere songs out. I’m sure the majority of you all will like this song a good amount.
Atmosphere – Sunshine
So the free EP that was released is called Leak At Will and that is exactly what I will do. Instead of downloading a zip file I’ve got all the songs separated out below so you can pick and choose the ones you like. Be sure to listen to them all, especially if you’re a fan of Atmosphere. Well I’ve put them up out of order, and starting with my favorite off the EP “Millie Fell off the Fire Escape”.
Atmosphere – Millie Fell off the Fire Ecscape
Next off the EP is “They Always Know” and it’s one of the slower tracks on here. It’s got a very slowed down beat, but Slug’s rapping is sick as always, if this slower style isn’t for you try some of the others as they have a lot more energy.
Atmosphere – They Always Know
Third on this ep is “C’mon” which I believe is supposed to be the “single” of the ep. To start off it’s got a lot more energy and really captures the raw Slug rapping style, reminds me a lot of some older Atmosphere albums, but with a very modern sounding beat.
Atmosphere – C’mon
This next track has got one of those unique off-beat beats that just make you wanna listen to the song again and again. It’s called “Mother’s Day” and has got a lot more serious of a tone compared some of the others on this EP, but Slug sounds very passionate and genuine with his words as usual. Such a sick beat, just listen and enjoy it.
Atmosphere – Mother’s Day
Alright next up is the “Feel Good Hit of the Summer 2″, which involves SlugÂ rapping about most substances people take such as Coke, Alcohol, Ecstasy, and more and his take on them all. It reminds me of Tech N9ne a little bit, and has a unique sounding chill beat. It’s definitely not an award winning track, but there is something about it that stands out, it’s definitely worth a listen, at least for a laugh, haha.
Atmosphere – Feel Good Hit of the Summer 2
This song has got the signature story style that Atmosphere is known for. It talks about a younger kid who’s getting caught up in the drug scene and then moves on to himself, interesting and surprisingly not too serious. Well I’m sure some will enjoy it.
Atmosphere – The Ropes
Lastly we’ve got “White Noise” which has got a very legit chill beat, and cool chorus. It doesn’t sound like many Atmosphere songs I’ve heard, a very upbeat background beat. It comes together and makes for a nice song. Hope you enjoy all these other songs, and don’t worry I’m gonna be posting some other Atmosphere as they’ve got well over 15 albums, mixtapes, etc. Let me know what you think of these, and I also got some new ads put in under the “Support our Sponsors” tab on the right, do me the favor of clicking and supporting the ads to help offset the costs of this site, thanks and enjoy!
Atmosphere – White Noise
I have been meaning to throw up a Glitch Mob post for awhile now, and now I that I just heard their brand new single, I pretty much am required to throw up a post. Well first off The Glitch Mob is the collaboration of three sick ass DJ’s: edIT, Ooah, and Boreta who all do their own individual DJ acts. When the three of them come together it is one of the sickest heaviest sounding things you’ll encounter. They’ve played venues such as Red Rocks and other greats, and are making a huge a name for themselves based out of the L.A. area. They’ve done remixes, and original tracks, this first track is called “Drive It Like You Stole It” and it’s from their first full-length album Drink The Sea due out May 25th, so be on look for that one. This track has got to be one of the coolest original tracks I’ve heard from them. It’s worthy of a sick sound system and huuge subs. Well enjoy regardless of your set-up and if this original isn’t your style, check out the West Coast Rocks remix below. Enjoy!
BRAND NEW The Glitch Mob – Drive It Like You Stole It
Next up is a remix of Matty G’s “West Coast Rocks”, and The Glitch Mob does not fail by completely rewarping the song and giving it their signature sound. Well turn up the speakers and enjoy this banger!
Matty G – West Coast Rocks (Glitch Mob Remix)
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