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Skratch Bastid · Let It Stay Fly (Mashup)

Three Six Mafia, Young Buck, 8 Ball & MJG vs Dazz Band

Every time I say Skratch Bastid, it’s in the voice of Kyle’s [very] jewish cousin from South Park. But other than that pointless side note, Skatch Bastid does right to the mashup game ever time by taking samples from early soul music and mashing it up with the more recent soul [hip-hop].

In this romp around, Skratch Bastid takes on Three 6 Mafia vs that soulful blend by Dazz Band. His music always takes a few rounds in to get use to, but once you catch on… you caught ;) ENjoy

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Tasha the Amazon · Let It Go (prod. Bass & Bakery)

"You a bad girl and your friends bad too, oo. We got the swag, so she drippin’ swagoo"

This is one bad bitch from Toronto, but let’s hope her persona doesn’t get the best of her. I’ve seen too many talents care more about how they come off than what they’re pushing out musically and Tasha seems like the stereotypical candidate.

But until that happens, Tasha the Amazon brings us one chill flow that most female MC’s can’t quite pull off. Her latest track, “Let It Go,” sports production from Bass & Bakery, which I believe she is a part of, but either way, she twirls that sassy voice around it like a charm.

Toronto is a clear hotspot for up-n-coming artists and Tasha, supported by the right people, is destined to be a crowd pusher in that community.

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DJ 21azy ·· Sleeping Through Sunday EP

A handful of new mashups from Minneapolis' finest masher

DJ 21azy throws us four new mashups in his Sleeping Through Sunday EP, which features a few of hip-hop’s (somewhat) recent top acts. The mashups are something different, bringing these MC’s into a few new styles, but only half really catch my ear. But make sure to check out the whole EP and see for yourself.

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Theophilus London · Big Spender (feat. ASAP Rocky)

Keepin those vocals fresh and those beats uh bumpin.

Theo’s lightin up SNG with some flashy artwork and a ‘Big Spender’ sampled track, also featuring ASAP Rocky. Samples sped up and doused with bass to make it one bump for your ride, but this ain’t the main appeal, it’s that Theophilus flow.

Not enough emcees form their flow to the beat like London + switch it up every song to keep his vocals sounding fresh. Every time I hear a new track of his, it’s like hearing him for the first time. Rare form, my man.

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Piece of Mind · Graffiti

with samples from The Pharcyde

And we’re back! Moved to San Fran, so I had to take a few days off (didn’t prepare ahead). We’ve got some interesting projects on the way, but until then we’ll be throwing out some soulful singles for ya – first up, an ode to graffiti.

We featured Piece of Mind about a month back with their ‘Rap Phenomenon‘ single and now we’ve got another of their latest. ‘Graffiti’ starts off with a sample of some old dude who doesn’t seem to understand graffiti… typical. Then we transition into G Roc Gayle’s raps about why graffiti is so important to our culture with a few short samples of The Pharcyde’s ‘Passing Me By.’

I like what G Roc does with his vocal cuts on the track, which ride along well with Dj Gedsi’s beat. Get a few more MC’s on here and this could shape up to be Toronto’s next big underground hip-hop collective.

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Bassnectar · Vava Voom (feat. Lupe Fiasco)

+ Another album on the way this April (goes by the same name)

More drumstep from Bassnectar with Lupe Fiasco fitting right in. A well done track, but I’m kinda moving on from this horror-filled, game theme classic style of dubstep. I wanna hear an MC on this.

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Piece of Mind · Rap Phenomenon

Hip-Hop isn’t dead, it’s just not the most progressive genre anymore. It may not have slowed down, there are many instances of hip-hop’s progression nowadays, but electronic music is far surpassing it in experimentation and pushing the boundaries of music is (whether ya like it or not).

That said, hip-hop still has their classic sound to fall back on to and Piece of Mind does it just right. “Rap Phenomenon” sounds more like a 90’s style of rap, not relying on hard bass or House music to keep it fresh. And until hip-hop starts busting into the online scene, hopefully with the help of SoundCloud where music is progressing faster than ever, keeping with that old school viibe is fine with me.

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Fullhaus · All Rolled Up (Wiz Khalifa & 311 Mashup)

This one's for that spring breeze already kickin' in.

I don’t see enough of my favorite 90’s – early 00’s groups getting mashed, but Fullhaus comes through once again with a solid flowing mix of two. Taking vocals from Wiz Khalifa’s “Rolled Up” & that nostalgic beat from 311’s “Mixed Up,” Fullhaus puts on one clever show. It may be a little difficult for 311 fans to grasp at first, but once you let it start flowing, it’s one smoooooth ride.

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Edit Undo Music · T.R.O.U.B.L.E.

Mashing up the Beastie Boys with Dillon Francis

So I guess Francis makes those classic Beastie Boys lines stick out like a charm. The mash needs a few small tweaks on certain voice overs, but damn does it bring the two sounds together also, like a charm. Someone needs to make a mashup album of these two or maybe get them to collab or some shyyt ’cause this makes for some interesting flows.

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Fullhaus · Gucci Gucci Gucci

Sampling Kreayshawn, Kito & Gucci Gucci Mane

This beat sure as hell doesn’t need Kreayshawn or Gucci Mane, but the original vocals just aren’t powerful enough to do it justice either. Fullhaus does, however, hit the mark by cutting up Kito’s ‘Sweet Talk’ just right, editing the track to progress right up to the end.

Now, we just gotta find proper vocals to highlight it. I’d say possibly keep Kito’s original vocals on there too, if it fits right.

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