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DRAAAAAAAAAAAPES!! New mashup I did about an hour ago. Turns out I labeled the mp3 as “Next Teflon” (accident).  No big deal.

Sean Hall – Teflon Hype (Kelly Dean & Steady vs Tempa T) (download)

Yesterday evening, I had this on repeat for hooooours. Just when you thought people were done dropping mixtapes this year, DJ Wick-it decides to release one of the best for last. His latest mixtape of mashups The Brothers of Chico Dusty. combines two of 2010’s most critically acclaimed albums; Big Boi‘s Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty with The Black KeysBrothers album.  Based on the the number of times Big Boi has retweeted the mixtape and seeing that he’s even given Wick-it props himself, I’d say he’s definitely digging it as well.

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No explanation, really. Just a quick mashup I did yesterday morning.

Kinda funny I’m posting a mashup tune by The Hood Internet right after posting about a doc on copyright infringement (this wasn’t intentional lol).

cover art: Eduardo Castelo

New Bootie Rio mixtape featuring 25 mashups by João Brasil, André Paste, DJ Morgoth, Brutal Redneck, Fissunix and others combining TV classics and popular hip-hop, pop, and funk carioca songs.

tracklist + download

If you’re not familiar with João Brasil, he’s a DJ/producer out of Rio de Janeiro and currently based in London. Since earlier this year, he’s been releasing a mashups nonstop… literally. Everyday he releases at least one or two new mashups as a part of his project he calls 365 Mashups. This is one of his latest combining Jack Johnson’s Wasting Time with SapaBonde‘s SapaBonde de Rolê.

For the past week or so I’ve had an idea for a mashup. While finally getting started on it, I got lazy and decided to put it on hold and work on it again some other time. In the meantime, I’ll share this Jay-Z vs Madlib mashup I finished instead.

since the past week or two,

A while back (actually I think my 1st or 2nd post when I started the blog) I posted, Jaydiohead genius, Max Tannone’s Mos Dub; a mashup Mos Def acapellas over dub reggae. This time around it’s the same formula as the last project, but just as the name implies, it’s Talib over dub reggae instead of Mos. I don’t listen to Talib Kweli on the regular, so I can’t remember the names to all of the original songs, but you’ll find features from Bun B, Common, Ghostface Killah, Mos Def, Kanye West and a few others.