[Hip-Hop] Lil Wayne – Trippy (Feat. Juicy J)

Lil Wayne - I Am Not A Human Being 2
Lil Wayne
Trippy (Feat. Juicy J)

For his latest leak off of I Am Not A Human Being II, Lil Wayne releases one hell of a banger. With Juicy J in tow, Weezy rolls with the Memphis native’s mantra on this one, and gets a little trippy, which might explain the sudden health scare over the weekend. Make sure to listen safely my friends, lest you fall to the same fate. If you’re feeling this new track from Wayne, make sure to grab I Am Not A Human Being II when it drops on March 26th.

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Justin Timberlake feat Jay-Z – Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)

Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)
Justin Timberlake feat JAY Z
Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)

Fresh off her track “Go With It” featuring MNDR, Los Angeles producer TOKiMONSTA is back with an awesome remix of the now-everywhere Justin Timberlake single “Suit and Tie” (and maybe I prefer it over the original? maybe). With heavy bass trickling up, down and all around alongside cutting electronic effects and scrambled vocal twists, this rework benefits greatly from a much-needed dose of colorful and creative arrangements and relentless, consuming energy.

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The Trap Dojo #30


This 30th edition of the Trap Dojo is coming at you with a ton of incredible tracks this week, kicking off with Kayzo & Slander‘s massive Showtek remix. This has that great big-room/festival sound that I’m sure even Showtek themselves would play live and blow the roof off. Next, our friends from Germany, Donkong with a track off their new EP, and another track later in the list. “Jaws” contains exactly the buildup you would expect from a song with that name, but drops into some bouncy trap with more dubstep elements slowly surfacing throughout. Cesqeaux comes with more of that heavy big-room sound, and Smookie Illson flips some classic female dancefloor hip-hop into a beast of a stuttering track with some crazy lyric chops. Virtually the entire second half of the list is filled with Latin and island influences,  starting with Spenda C with some reggae and No Doubt lyrics. There are some remixes of classic merengue, spanish euro-house and finally a couple of double-time moombahtrap songs to really get your feet moving. Finally the list finishes off with a smooth remix of A$AP Rocky from Ray Complex.


Slow Down (Kayzo & Slander Rework)
Jaws (Original Mix)
Justice (Original Mix)
Yo Majesty
Club Action (Smookie Illson Boot)
Ratchet Anthem
Triadzz (download now, from Triadzz/Slasherr)
UFO Its a Trap
Beamer (Original Mix)
Young Piff
Cash Like Whoa
Gummy & Party Favor
Hood Kingz (Original Mix) **FREE DL
A Trak
Landline 2.0 feat. GTA
Spenda C & DJ Butcher
My Shit
Harlem Shake (Rather Reds Rather Ratchet RRRemix)
Missy Elliot
Get ur Freak On (Gold Top Remix)
Sak Noel
Loca People (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) (Click BUY for FREE DOWNLOAD!)
Yellow Claw & MOTi
Elvis Crespo
Suavemente (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) (Click BUY for FREE DL)
Protohype x ETC!ETC!
Muggin (Original Mix)
Set It Off feat. Lazerdisk Party Sex (Expendable Youth & Krusha Remix)
A$AP Rocky
LVL (Ray Complex Bootleg)



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[NEW] Rihanna – Pour It Up (Remix) (Feat. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J & T.I.)

Pour It Up Remix (Feat. Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J & T.I.)

After dominating the radiowaves with her single “Pour It Up” over the last few months, Rihanna decided it was finally time for a little remix action. Well, little probably isn’t the proper term, as this one features some heavyweights (that’s not a shot at the MMG Boss). Taking the strip club anthem to the next level, we now have the likes of Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Juicy J and T.I. all describing the typical ways they like to blow their money. Ignoring the ensuing awkwardness that is sure to occur when Jeezy and Ross find out they’re on the same track together, this is a pretty great remix that definitely accomplishes its goals of making you want to spend your stacks. You know you’re definitely bound to hear this one everywhere in the upcoming weeks.

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[NEW] Snoop Lion – No Guns Allowed (Feat. Drake & Cori B) (Prod. Major Lazer, Ariel Rechtshaid & Dre Skull)

Snoop Lion
No Guns Allowed (feat. Drake & Cori B.)

After Snoop Lion premiered his brand new single live on Conan last week, fans have been hotly anticipating the song’s official release. The final version, which Snoop uploaded to SoundCloud today, features a brand new verse from Drake, as well as vocals from his own daughter, Cori B. As a major player in the West Coast-East Coast rivalry of the early-90′s, it’s great to now see Snoop reversing his stance on gun violence and standing up against it. The song also features a side of Drake we really haven’t seen before, as he reflects on the tragic loss of some friends due to shootings last summer in Toronto. Although there is no download link yet, those interested in this song will be able to find it on Snoop Lion’s upcoming album, Reincarnated, dropping April 23.

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[Electronic] Raffertie – Build Me Up

Raffertie - Build Me Up
Build Me Up

Now I’m not really hoping for new Mariah Carey material anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate new tunes that reference her work, especially those ’90s classics. Here’s one such track by London producer Raffertie. Borrowing from Carey’s 1993 hit “Dreamlover”, “Build Me Up” is what happens when you drag a hit pop song through some fuzzy, unforgiving, bass-heavy spheres. It’s part static, part futuristic club throbber, bumpin’ hard and slow through riffs of thick noise and zapping laser effects. It sure as hell isn’t a Billboard chart-topper, but is familiar enough to carve out some space in your playlist.

“Build Me Up” is the lead single from Raffertie’s new EP, out May 20th via Ninja Tune.

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Swimming Pools (Blood Diamonds Remix)
Swimming Pools (Blood Diamonds Remix)

Vancouver-based producer and Grimes buddy Blood Diamonds has put his muddy hands on Kendrick Lamar‘s hit “Swimming Pools”. The remix leans heavy on … Continue reading »

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