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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 156)

Another week, another batch of a dozen party poppin’ records. This week’s playlist has a fair batch of bass music mixed with house, with the former coming first. Twerk, trap and dubstep take over just over half of the playlist, with tracks from Meaux Green, Jayceeoh, ATLiens, along with a single called “Not This Time” that features the talented vocalist Aloma Steele. During the second half, groove to the boisterous beats from Contrvbvnd, Halfway House, Lost Kings and more. Stay safe tonight and tomorrow when you are getting rid of all the stress from the week. Enjoy the playlist, but most of all #danceirresponsibly.

Beatz x Maxje – Beachhouse (Original Mix)’
’Jayceeoh – Turn Me Up Some (feat Redman & Jay Psar)’
’Tincup ✖ Quix ✖ G
Rex ✖ King Tutt – Rainy Day (ATLiens Remix)’
’Illenium & Said The Sky – Painted White ft. Cristina Soto’
’Elonious x Aloma Steele – Not This Time’
’Code: Pandorum – Remember Me (False Panic Remix)’
’Contrvbvnd – Play That Beat (Original Mix)’
’Halfway House – Fresh (Original Mix)’
’Saint Motel – Cold Cold Man (Lost Kings Remix)’
’Alesso – Cool (Two Friends Remix)’
’Abedz & SvanteG – Bragia (Original Mix)’
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Tommie Sunshine & Halfway House feat. DJ Funk – Shake That [TMN Premiere]

Tommie Sunshine & Halfway House feat. DJ Funk

Tommie Sunshine and Halfway House have already provided the world with memorable records like “Give Up The Funk,” “Blue Screen of Death,” as well as others. Today, they are here with a brand new single called “Shake That.” Due out tomorrow on Ultra Records, the two acts continue the stream of festival ready house tracks; only, this time around they enlist the talents of DJ Funk.

In the past these acts have implemented dembow in their works, and the intro of this song has received the same treatment. They build up into a vocal breakdown that brings the anticipation up even further until a climactic drop that will blow the roof off the establishment. A hard bass hits and is subsequently taken over by some wonky synths that make for a fun listen. “Shake That” is another benchmark in each of these acts careers, and if you’d like to get it for yourself, you’ll just have to check back tomorrow for the opportunity!

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