Here’s the third and final leak off of The Roaring Twenty, which is set to be released January 2nd on Coast2CoastMixtapes.com and is being hosted by Mr. Peter Parker. This track, “Glitter Aint Gold” is produced by Kondor and has a real chilled out vibe. Check the song out and look out for The Roaring Twenty when it drops.
This is one of the more strange christmas themed music video i’ve seen but these are the visuals for Skrillex’s Ruffneck off of More Monster and Sprites which is available here. Skrillex also released the Bangarang EP yesterday and thats available for purchase on beatport. So definitely check the video out and cop the new EP.
Here’s a chill song by Double Vision off their upcoming mixtape The Morning After that is set to be release sometime this month. Production for this track was done by The Two Friends. This song is definitely worth checking out, so give it a listen and hit up Double Vision on twitter and facebook.
Heres G-Eazy’s new song, which for the cover art he recreated the cover from the Bill Murray movie of the same name. The beat which is produced by G-Eazy as well as Swiss Chris and Christoph Anderson, is adapted from きゃりーぱみゅぱみゅ “PONPONPON.” G-Eazy always puts out great songs and this one is no different, so give it a listen.
Heres a new song from DeeDs off of his new album In The Meantime, which is set to be release at the end of December. In this song, “Eternal Light,” DeeDs thanks Michael (his former manager) and Evan (his agent) for giving him the opportunity to have his music heard by such great fans. Recently, DeeDs was quoted saying:
“I paint a picture using words and rhythm—it’s my only passion, and it burns inside of me. If you think I was determined before, I’m on fire now.”
Previously posted: DeeDs – What About Me (ft. Fantasia Rose)
Heres a real sick EP by Protocol 7, that really showcases his Jekyll and Hyde styles of production. Dreams and Nightmares is a four track EP featuring two tracks of uplifting D n’ B and two that are darker with a little dubstep feel. The EP is available for download on beatport and is definitely worth checking out. So give the songs a listen and enjoy…
Here are a couple dubstep remixes of some different hip hop songs, as well as a mash up. First up is the Turbo Swag remix of Big Sean’s “Dance (A$$)” which was just asking to become a dubstep song with the start of it going wobble-dy wobble-dy. Next up is a remix of Jay-Z and Kanye’s “N*ggas in Paris” off of Watch the Throne by DyNasty. The drop in this song is insane. Finally I got a mashup by Pineapple Goblin Trott, which mashes Lil Wayne’s “We Be Steady Mobbin’” with Skrillex’s “San Diego VIP” and “My Name is Skrillex.” All these songs are real high energy and loaded with bass, so definitely check them out
Big Sean – Dance (A$$) (Turbo Swag Dubstep Remix)
Jay-Z & Kanye West – N*ggas in Paris (DyNasty Dubstep Remix)
Pineapple Goblin Trott – Steady Wobblin (Lil Wayne vs Skrillex Mashup)
Heres another new mash up by The Two Friends. This time they blend together One Republic’s “Stop and Stare” and Flo Rida’s “Good Feelin’” to make a real upbeat track. As usual they mix in some of their own original production to the song. Give the song a listen and hit The Two Friends up on facebook and twitter.
Click here to download: http://hulkshare.com/t82s7nygyvh8
Previously posted: The Two Friends – Smashed Again x Yeah Deliah
Well there are tons of remixes of “Levels” out there, but when videos of Skrillex dropping his remix started surfacing last week people started going nuts. The original version of the song was epic, and Skrillex slows the tempo down but cranks the bass way up. So definitely hook yourself up to some good speakers and turn them way up and go crazy…