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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 167)

Let’s forget the week, it’s Friday. Let’s focus on the weekend and what activities are going to go down tonight, tomorrow night, and on the recovery day Sunday. Hopefully, you’ll be getting out and having some fun with friends and good music. Maybe you’ll be at show, maybe a party, but no matter where you are, you can bring some Music Ninja music to the table from the playlist this week. Whether you’re streaming, or download all of these free downloads, we have you covered on some of the best tracks released this week. We start off slow to get you into the mood, and then the real fun begins. No matter what happens or where you go, make sure to #danceirresponsibly.

’Kaptain – Yesterday Will Float Away (feat. Carly Jaquier)’
’Bees Knees – Love Will Never Do (Janet Jackson Cover) Feat. Scavenger Hunt’
’Mark Morrison – Return Of The Mack (Autolaser Remix)’
’Francis Preve – A Night At The Opera (Original Mix)’
’Zhane – Hey Mr. DJ (∆ trentino ∇ & Marc Adams revision)’
’FreeFall & Swage – You Know (Original Mix)’
’Quinny – Turn Me Up (Original Mix)’
’Stravy – BulaBula’
’Party Killers & Syskey – Prediction’
’King Peanuts – Black Flowers (Original Mix)’
’Galantis – Peanut Butter Jelly (DUDEnGUY Remix)’
’Alexander Lewis & Dabow – Psychosis’
’Travi$ Scott – 3500 (Havok Roth Remix)’
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[Indie Dance] Bee’s Knees – Rumored To Be Real (Feat. Marty Rod)

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Rumored To Be Real (Feat. Marty Rod)

The burgeoning indie dance duo of Bee’s Knees have seen notable success previously with remixes of the now infamous “Blurred Lines” and Kill Paris‘ “Falling In Love Again,” and their newest offering is an original work that sets quite the tone for their first EP, Variety Pack. Channeling the likes of RAC, these two have fashioned themselves a pristine and clean cut style that seeps with summery vibes at every turn. Marty Rod flawlessly delivers the vocals to parallel the catchy and developed groove,  and, at the risk of being corny right here, the talent of these two is certainly more than “Rumored To Be Real.” It’s undeniable. They’ll be directly supporting Kill Paris on an upcoming tour this spring, so catch them if they head to your city!

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