Sorry For Partying – Ballers Believe In C.R.E.A.M (Wu-Tang Clan vs Simian Mobile Disco vs Lil Troy): SICK NEW ELECTRONIC/RAP SONGPosted in Bangin, Chill, Video by nick | Tags: BANGER, Electro, Electronic, Hip-Hop, Lil Troy, mash-up, Mashup, Rap, Simian Mobile Disco, Sorry for Partying, Wu-Tang Clan
Today I’ve got a brand new track from Sorry For Partying. The last 3 Sorry For Partying tracks I’ve posted have all made there way to the top 25 most downloaded songs on the site, Shine Wit It (Ft. Dem Franchize Boys) , Weezy’s Free (Ft. Lil Wayne, Coldplay and The Prodigy) , and the last one Warp A Milli featuring Lil Wayne and The Bloody Beetroots. This latest one ‘Ballers Believe In C.R.E.A.M.’ features the classic ‘C.R.E.A.M.’ by Wu-Tang clan, ‘I Wanna Be A Baller’ by Lil Troy and ‘I Believe’ by Simian Mobile Disco. It’s a sick sounding bass filled beat, with some great old school hip-hop lyrics to sing along with. It’s a little more chill then Warp A Milli, more of a song to start a party off. This is the last single getting released off their upcoming mixtape dropping in March! J. Ashar was nice enough to make a music video edit to the song using the original C.R.E.A.M. video, check it out with song below. Turn up the bass and enjoy!
Be sure to catch Sorry For Partying play with Porter Robinson and R.A.C. at the Official Snow Ball Pre-Party in Vail March 3rd. Click here for more info
Ballers Believe In C.R.E.A.M. (Wu-Tang Clan vs Lil Troy vs Simian Mobile Disco) – Sorry For Partying | Download
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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