Zeds Dead & Omar LinX – Victor (Mixtape) : Must Hear 7 Song Dubstep / Hip Hop / Electro Genre Bending Mixtape

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Today I’ve got an entire 7 song mixtape from a few of my favorite artists. Zeds Dead is always clashing genres and is consistently creating a completely new sound. Do you remember Jackie Boy or Out for Blood? The tracks where the Canadian duo collaborated with rapper Omar LinX for a perfect blend of hip hop and bass music. Well now we get a 7 song mixtape released on Mad Decent‘s side Jefrees label, the free label that put out the Flosstradamus – Total Recall EP that’s been tons of love.. featuring a few new versions of some classics, on top of a few really amazing all original brand new ones. The use of classic sounding samples works so well with the bass and rapping. This is a true blending of so many genres, ranging from Hip Hop to Dubstep, Electro, and more really forming that unique Zeds Dead sound. I can’t stop listening to this all the way through. The new tracks “No Prayers” “The One” and “You and I” are insane, can’t wait to hear more of the sample based Zed Dead sound. Enjoy!

Zeds Dead & Omar LinX – Victor (Mixtape) | Direct Download 

Zeds Dead & Omar LinX – You and I | Direct Download

Zeds Dead & Omar Linx – The One | Direct Download




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  • […] first heard them, I only liked their “Eyes on Fire” remix. Then I downloaded the “Victor” album sometime in 2012, in which them teamed up with Omar LinX, who rapped for them. […]

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