The Trap Dojo Volume #34 [MP3 Playlist]


To make up for lagging on the last couple Trap Dojo’s, we pulled out all the stops. Starting with a Radio Rip from Gent & Jawns mix on Diplo & Friends, this track is titled, “Coco”.  TWRK FOR PRESIDENT……he samples Eve and Snoop Dogg on this massive Original titled “Living Room”. If you’re not familar with Djemba Djemba, there is no better time then now to listen up. This  remix of BANKS track “Fall Over” is just massive, and is sure to be on repeat for long to come. Now for a next level track from Cashmere Cat, and it’s a euphoric remix of Miguel‘s track “Do You”. DJ Green Latern can do no wrong, and this massive remix of GRiZ‘s track is next level. DJ Snake puts a smile on my face with every release, this time sampling Junior Senior, that second drop though. So Brillz remixed RUN DMT, need I say more? We featured this Victor Niglio remix of “Who” yesterday, but it’s so fire we decided to share it again. Infuse, is featured twice today with this increible Original is titled “Get Enough”, and a remix of James Blake.  Village is back with yet another melodic masterpiece, this one is titled “Love On The Line”. Flume + Chet Faker + Ta-ku = PURE GOLD. Guess what? TNGHT actually released something, and it’s a mind blowing track titled “Acrylics”. Branchez has been on a tear lately, and he doesn’t let up with this unique original titled, “That Ish”. Enjoy the rest on your own and TuRn^.

Gent & Jawns

Living Room (feat. Dan Gerous)

Fall Over (Djemba Djemba Remix)

Do You (Cashmere Cat Remix)

Too Young For Tragedy (DJ Green Lantern Remix)

Dj Snake vs Junior Senior
Move Your Feet (Parisian Vision)

Into the Sun feat. Zeale (Brillz Remix)

Plastik Funk & Tujamo
Who (Victor Niglio Festival Trap Remix)

Major Lazer
Playground (Bird Peterson Remix)

Clowns (Milo & Otis Trap VIP)

Young Scooter
Colombia (Shlohmo remix)

Get Enough (free download)

Love On The Line

Major Lazer feat. Bruno Mars, Tyga & Mystic
Bubble Butt (Produced by Diplo & Valentino Khan)

Mr. Carmack
Birth Control

Left Alone feat. Chet Faker (Ta

James Blake
Overgrown (Infuze Remix)

STIAAH! (CiaoRecsFreeDL)


That Ish

Mr. Carmack
Brazilian Blowjob

Rockie Fresh
Panera Bread (Feat. Rick Ross & Lunice)

Knife Party
Internet Friends (Ookays Amazon Gold Mining Trap Remix)

Wolfgang Gartner
Shrunken Heads (Butch Clancy Retwerk) FREE DL *new version*

Riddim (Original Mix)

move like lions do

ŤɌ∆Ҏ ᶊῌῗ† √13 *BNR*

Oooops RMX ft Two Fresh (from Ryan Hemsworths mix for Diplo + Friends on BBCR1)

Hucci x GameFace
The Leaves Are Brown

Acid Trippin (feat. Whiskey Pete)

Harlem Shake (CAZZETTEs Ultra Bootleg)

Hit Em With The Horns

That G
String Track (CRNKN REMIX)


Carnage Ft. New & Used
Signal! (RELEASING 5

The Brown Note
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The Hip-Hop Dojo [Vol. 5]

TMN Hip Hop Dojo 2

You know what time it is, folks. The Hip-Hop Dojo is back for its fifth installment. Typically, we try to separate the playlist based on certain themes or sounds, but this week’s crop is our largest and most unique ever, making it tough to group everything together, but we tried our best. There is one pervasive idea that seems to shine throughout a majority of this playlist though, which is “keeping it real.”

This week’s edition is a revival of sorts, featuring plenty of industry veterans, and a few names you probably haven’t heard in quite awhile. We start things off with De La Soul, fresh off a 10 year hiatus to provide the game with some toughness once again. Channeling the “Spirit of the Wu,” the trio show us they haven’t lost a step as they go in over a sample of the “Intro” from Wu-Tang Forever. While De La Soul represents the Wu in spirit, Raekwon represents them for real on Statik Selektah‘s new single, “Bird’s Eye View.” Along with fast-rising youngster Joey Bada$$, and the criminally underrated Black Thought, the Chef and crew absolutely merk the soulful instrumental as they give us an idea of the view from above. Next up, we listen as another holdover from the 90′s, DJ Premier, pays homage to his Gang Starr running mate, Guru, alongside the great Talib Kweli and producer Marco Polo. Our next few songs carry on with the 90′s vibes. Honestly, the only way you can tell these piano-backed tracks are from 2013 is by their pop culture references.

Now, our next track might seem a bit controversial to some of you out there. I don’t normally endorse rappers spitting over classic instrumentals, but XXL Freshman, Logic, shows us he’s more than worthy of his new title over Outkast‘s “Ms. Jackson.” I’m still having a hard time trying to resist belting out the chorus whenever I listen to it though. Moving on, we have a previously unreleased joint from the late, great J Dilla, set to be featured on his posthumous album, The Diary. Dilla takes a sample of 80′s record cars “Cars” by Gary Numan, and completely flips on its head, glorifying “big ass trucks and big ass rims.”

Our next three tracks feature pairs of emcees trading bars back and forth. While The MyNORS kick it old school, MMG’s Rockie Fresh and Rick Ross give us a little taste for “Panera Bread” over some stellar production from Lunice of TNGHT. Following those acts up are MAHD and JD Era, two emcees who absolutely shred the beats given to them. Linking up on our next number are two former G-Unit labelmates, Havoc and Lloyd Banks, who give us some insight on the life they chose for themselves.

Coming to you for his second appearance in the Dojo is Texan spitter, M.I who brings along a new friend you may already be familiar with, Chamillionaire. Although the Houston native hasn’t been entirely relevant in recent years, he reminds us all why we fell in love with his music years ago, delivering a killer verse on what may be the standout track on this playlist. We then shift things over to Dade County to visit talented young emcee, Denzel Curry. While the title “N64″ makes it sound like it should be a fun track, Curry is doing anything but playing around here. Over some dusky, ominous production, Denzel “Aquarius’Killa” Curry tackles the issue of gun violence, and sheds the spotlight back on the tragic death of Trayvon Martin. On a related note, Doley Bernays also dedicates his newest single to the subject of violence, but chooses to enlighten us from a different perspective. Sampling the Deadmau5 single of the same name, Bernays and running mate Denzil Porter discuss the difficulties of choosing between a life on the streets and pursuing their dreams as emcees. Check out the recently released visuals for the track to garner the full effect.

As we approach the finish line, we decided to cool things down a bit. While none of these are quite 4/20 worthy material, they’ll definitely help you mellow out after some of those more serious numbers. The first joint comes to us from across the “Ocean,” as UK spitter Paper Plates shows that he certainly can hold his own against the American boys. The next track I’d like to highlight is Sound FX‘s “Apathy,” a song which is guaranteed to lift all your worries away as the California natives spit over a light, airy backdrop. Now, before you Charles Hamilton fans get too excited about a comeback (I know there’s still some of you lingering out there), I’d like to warn you that this final track is actually an unreleased collaboration from a few years back. XV recently decided to remaster and re-release his previous four mixtapes, including four new unheard tracks from each recording session. If you’re a fan of Vizzy and want to polish up your library, it’s definitely worth at least a look.

We hope you guys enjoyed our fifth edition of The Hip-Hop Dojo as much as we did. As always, send all submissions/suggestions to


De La Soul
Get Away (feat. The Spirit Of The Wu)
Statik Selektah
Birds Eye View (feat. Raekwon, Joey Bada$$ & Black Thought)
Marco Polo
G.U.R.U. f/ Talib Kweli & DJ Premier
Raiza Biza
7th Floor (Prod By SoulChef)
Im Okay
Caged Bird ft. Ezdread
Blasphemy in Babylon (prod. by DJ Mentos)
Joey Purp & Tokyo Shawn
World Turning (prod. Caleb James)
Jon Connor
All 4 U
Roll Call
J Dilla
Mr Mista feat Nottz Raw ( prod by DP)
Write Brothers (Feat. Thee Tom Hardy) (Produced By K
Rockie Fresh
Panera Bread (Feat. Rick Ross & Lunice)
Doors Up
JD Era
Marz Barz (Freestyle)
Life We Chose Feat. Lloyd Banks
Fast/Slow feat. Pusha T
Nothing You Can Do (ft. Chamillionaire & Corbett) (prod by Tyler Keyes)
Denzel AquariusKilla Curry
N64 (Prod. By N/P)
Doley Bernays
Raise Your Weapon Feat. Denzil Porter
Paper Plates
Ocean (Prod. Juna Cosmos)
Stronger (Prod. by Jii Amadehuss)
Kevin Abstract
Ian Mad
Sound FX
Nevermind (Remix) ft. Charles Hamilton
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[Trap] Kicks n Licks – The Expedition EP


Can I just say, I love me some good trap? And I’m talking about the trap that makes you throw back your head, let your arms dangle, and let your chest do the dancing for you. You know exactly the type of dancing I am talking about. So when you hear a trap duo throw down an EP full of everything trap music, it kind of makes you want to dance.

The duo is Andy Joplin and Jerrod Jordan AKA Kicks n Licks (I can’t help but smile when I type their name, and lick my lips, it’s just the truth). They have been mixing music for a few years now but have really developed into trap artists with their own twist. Most trap has a lot of dirty rap beats without the lyrics, something I am all for but I also love when trap artists throw in some unexpected beats and sounds that can still find themselves nestled in the “trap” genre.

Their new EP, “The Expedition”, takes us on a journey of four songs, each with their own unique sound. Personally, “Hit Em’ With the Horns” was an immediate win with me. The song starts with a slow rise in of electric beats, followed by a crashing of horns and someone telling us, hit em’ with the horns, and K&L do that, horns to the face. The trap sound is evident in this song, the beats are hard with drops and drums leading the horn sound along. The song has been on repeat for a good twenty minutes now and my neighbors probably aren’t too pleased but hey, hit em’ with the horns right? The other songs are not to be missed either, like I said, have an open mind the boys add some of their own personal trap tastes to the songs and it works very, very well.

K&L are more than welcome to hit this writer with horns, drums, clarinets, and heck trombones even if they keep this trap music flowing.


Hit Em With The Horns

After Hours

Northern Lights
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[TMN PREMIERE] Feature Cuts – Nothing But Class

Feature Cuts
Nothing But Class

Seems like everything is bigger in Texas. Big oil, big hair, big belt buckles, big trucks and big beats. That’s right, Houston producer Feature Cuts has asked us to premiere this buzzing electro house gem, and we couldn’t be happier. This slow building, hard hitting tune will be coming out on his Vision EP later this month, so make sure to keep an eye out for it.

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[Electronic] MitiS – Born EP


In 1709, a harpsichord maker in Italy made the first piano.

Many years later, in a town in Pennsylvania, a young man named Joe Torre sat down and began his own musical journey. Many of you may be scratching your heads trying to figure out who Torre is so I will use the name he decided upon just over two years ago, MitiS. Torre grew up playing all things classical and spent much of his life performing with the black and white keys of this classic instrument. After playing in such legendary places as Carnegie Hall in NY and the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Torre realized that he was developing a new love, an electric music kind of love. He calls electric music the “new age Classical” of this generation and has decided to devote his musical talent to expanding the sound of electric music.

His new EP, which drops today, shows just how musically talented Torre is by the way he mixes his music and meshes all sorts of electric sounds to make unbelievable songs, each and every one of them. All six songs on this EP each have their own unique feel but each carry that undeniable electric sound. Let’s start with “Born” which is on there twice, one the original mix and one, an amazing combination with the striking vocals of Collin McLoughlin. The song starts with a delicate piano entry leading into the vocals of McLoughlin with rising beats. The song adds in some fitting drops that carry the piece to a higher level. Then there is “In My Eyes”, again, a song with coordinating electric beats but that has a lot of piano and drum overlays. Torre does an amazing job of adding just the right amount of soft and loud to this song, making it an addicting piece. My personal favorite is “Innocent Discretion” which begins with an amazing piano solo followed by an upbeat electric fall out of sounds. The piano rings strong through out this song and I think Torre sticks to his roots by bringing in the one instrument he has always been comfortable with and sending its love out into the electric music world for all his fans to enjoy as well.

Listen to this whole EP, I’m not kidding you will not be disappointed. This is one of those EP’s that you download and put immediately onto your phone so you can drive around with the windows down, the chilly spring air just kissing your face and the electric sounds of MitiS echoing through your ears.

Born (Original Mix)

Endeavors (Original Mix)

In My Eyes (Original Mix)

Innocent Discretion (Original Mix)

MitiS & MaHi
Blu (Original Mix)

MitiS feat Collin Mcloughlin
Born (Vocal Mix)
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Ellie Goulding – Don’t Say A Word (Star Slinger Remix)

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Ellie Goulding
Don't Say A Word (Star Slinger Remix)

Running shoes, check! Water bottle, check! Ellie Goulding‘s Nike-sponsored Halcyon Remixed album, check! Yep, the songstress’ debut LP gets injected with real adrenaline thanks to producers like Birdy Nam Nam, Kastle and Amtrac. Here, we’re featuring its house-y “Don’t Say A Word” rework by UK remix maestro, Star Slinger. Listen to it below. And, if you like what you hear, make sure to download the entire Halcyon Remix mixtape for free here.

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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 4/18


Being a Top 25 Club from DJ Mag comes at no surprise as Beta Nightclub has been featuring an amazing array of talent this summer, and this weekend is once again no exception.

Being regulars at Beta, we figured we should share their line up with you, in hopes that you’ll come down and rage with us. Also, just like last time, we have arranged for something special.


For the shows Thursday and Saturday, make sure you bring your phone with you. If you’re 21+, get there before 11pm, and show them this post on your phone – your cover is comped. Just make sure to enter through the front door, and not the side VIP entrance. Can’t wait to see you down there!

Dirty South - April 18th

Messiah (Dirty South Mix)

Flosstradamus - April 19th

Major Lazer
Original Don (Flosstradamus Remix)

Mord Fustand - April 20th

something a bit more
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