[Hip-Hop/Electronic] AraabMuzik – For Professional Use Only (Mixtape)

As promised, AraabMuzik drops off his long anticipated mixtape, For Professional Use Only, today. The project features instrumentals he has cultivated for various artists along with a few original tracks. The talented producer, known for his quick hands on the MPC, continues to move his sound forward mixing hip-hop production with heavy electronic synths and bass. Check some of our favorite tracks below and download the whole tape for free here: AraabMuzik – For Professional Use Only.

The Prince Is Coming
Hammer Dance
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Dillon Francis – Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth)

A few weeks back we reported on a preview of Dillon Francis incredible trap take for the ubiquitous moombahton single “Bootleg Fireworks” and today we are happy to announce its official release. With the reception of his previous remix “Masta Blasta,” Dillon Francis, under the prolific guys of Mad Decent continuse to evolve his sound with this filthy trap rendition.

Dillon Francis
Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth)
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Ghost Beach – Close Enough (Feat. Noosa)

The rising electro-pop duo Ghost Beach are back to share another hypnotizing collaborative track. After pairing up with San Francisco’s summertime enthusiast Viceroy on “While We’re In Love,” the New York-based tropical duo have teamed up with the lovely and much-featured-on-The-Music-Ninja artist, Noosa.

“Close Enough” is a nostalgic track, reminiscent of 80′s and its bright summer days as the impeccable production (by Nic Hard of The Bravery and Aberdeen City) lays a foundation for the vocals to glide through the track. This new original track is off their next full-length, which is currently untitled and without a set release date.

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Ghost Beach
Close Enough (Feat. Noosa)
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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #40

What is up, my ninjas? Valentine’s Day has come and gone, and we’re now left with a solid three day weekend ahead of us. You may be a little broke from your fancy dinners, you may be a little sad from your lack of fancy dinners, but I’m guessing the majority of you are satisfied in one way or another. Regardless of how you feel, it’s Friday. It’s time to put the joys and stresses of the work week behind you and let loose. I’ve hand picked 10 tasty tracks to assist you in your journey. So, pop the top, we’re about to get lit.


Download: Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #40

Hey! California (broz bootleg) (TJR x Dr. Dre x Zedd x Showtek & Bassjackers)
Clark & Kent
White Horse (Anthony Ross & David Puentez Remix)
Joel Fletcher & Reece Low feat. MC Kitch
Baby I Like That (Original Mix)
Dirty South & Deniz Koyu vs Discopolis vs Dubvision
Committed To Halo (Ken Loi Mashup)
Friends Right Here (Alex
Paul Oakenfold vs. Nari Milani vs. Martin Dhamen Atom Kill Pussycat Paul Oakenfold Mashup
Milo & Otis
Memebahton EP pt 2: (Feel) Like A Sir
Jason Risk
One More (Original Mix)
Head Automatica
Beating Heart Baby (Them Lost Boys Remix)
Heiress Of Valentina (Alesso Mix) (Aylen Trap Re
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[Hip-Hop] Big K.R.I.T. – Reign On

Bringing in some positivity and good vibes, southern emcee Big K.R.I.T. teams up with 9th Wonder and drops the V-Day single “Reign On”. This uplifting collaboration opens with a sample of the O’Jays‘ “For the Love of Money” and draws inspiration from the NBA legend Julius Erving aka DR. J. K.R.I.T. flows over the 70′s beat with a dope rap about money, success, and family. Be sure to check out the free track below and wait patiently for the rapper’s new mixtape K.R.I.T.(King Remembered in Time) to drop later this year.

Reign On with Big K.R.I.T and 9th Wonder
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AMTRAC – The Scheme EP

AMTRAC is a tricky fellow to categorize, and we have a sneaking suspicion that this is far from unintentional.  This “multi-instrumentalist DJ” seemingly transcends genres from project to project, most notably in his most recent release The Scheme EP (Super Music Group).

The EP is an eclectic mix of dance music that weighs heavily on its heavy, energetic beats that feel full of colorful volume and rich, yet simplistic production.  Each track is noticeably different from the other, but each comes to the party with a surprising Nu Disco, Deep House feel.  Check out each of the tracks below and feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments.

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Azealia Banks – Harlem Shake Freestyle

Brooklyn producer Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” has quickly become a YouTube and club phenomenon, so it was only a matter of time before artists decided to jump on the dope beat. Azealia Banks‘ takes advantage of the Harlem Shake mania and freestlyes over the trap beat. Considering that the young femcee is from Brooklyn and usually rhymes over eclectic beats, it should come to no surprised that she took to the beat. Her tongue-twisting and fast paced rhymes are right at home to the single and make for a nice audio treat this Valentine’s Day. Be sure to check out the freestyle below.

Azealia Banks – Harlem Shake Freestyle
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