Here we have the latest offering from mash-up aritst, Andrew David, better known at Mother Earth Remixes. For his latest effort Mother Earth flips Drizz’y's “Replacement Girl,” Gaga’s “You & I,” and lyrics from Cole’s verse in Sean Garrett’s “Feel Love.” And no, I don’t approve of anything Lady Gaga did this Sunday at the VMAs. She’s an attention whore. Enjoy..
The mashup producer, Kap Slap, who gave you the incredible mashup mixtape AA: Audio Appropriation last month, now combines Deadmau5, Britney Spears, La Roux, Lazy Rich, and a comedy skit of a paper towels advertisement to create an electrifying mashup for your partying pleasures. I don’t start my last semester of college till Tuesday, so this would be a great inclusion to my raging playlist for tonight.
Following up on the hot mashup combining Big Sean, David Guetta, Avicii, and Kelly Rowland, the mashup producer from New Jersey, JRowe, gives us a hot party mix for your Thursday night, combining Amanda Wilson’s acapella from Samuele Sartini’s “Love U Seek”, which was also featured in Avicii/Tim Berg’s “Seek Bromance” (where the picture above is from), with the sick instrumental of Joe Garston’s “Top of the World”.
Big Sean and Kelly Rowland’s “Lay It On Me” vs. David Guetta and Avicii’s “Sunshine”! Jeff Rowe, using the moniker “JRowe”, is creating some killer mashups. This is just a 1 vs. 1 mashup combining the acapella of the Kelly Rowland song with the David Guetta instrumental to make a fun mashup for parties.
Drake vs. Kanye West vs. Foster The People. Mother Earth Remixes, one of my favorite mashup creators, takes the beat and chorus from Foster The People’s “Helena” and mixes it with less familar verses from Drake’s verse from Belly’s “Make It Go” and Kanye West’s vocals from DJ Class’ “I’m The Shit” to create another hot alternative hip-hop blend that you will surely enjoy!
In the latest release from the Global Mashup Crew they decide to take on the past 3 decades with their latest project simply titled 1980-2011. Truthfully, I thought this project could have been pretty epic (since I am a HUGE fam of 80′s and 90′s music) and was a little disappointed when I saw it was only 6 tracks long and had a few 1 v 1 mash-ups… That aside, all 6 tracks are very enjoyable to listen to and two of the more in-depth mash-ups (see below) really show the potential of this supergroup (consisting of Paul M.B., DJ Dain, Doubleyou, DOSVEC, DJ Philistine, DJ Bahler, Ha! Yes!, DJ Fergie Ferg, andBig Z Remixes) and will be sure to be on repeat tonight. Enjoy!
Adele vs. Empire of the Sun vs. Jason Derulo vs. Nadia Ali and Alesso vs. Moguai! Philly’s mashup artist 5 & A Dime let loose a hard-hitting electropop club mashup with some of the popular/overused acapellas along with some sick instrumentals; this one may have too much of a mainstream sound, but Greg Kantor executes it well.
Ludacris vs. Avicii vs. The Killers vs. Katy Perry vs. Benny Benassi vs. New Boyz! Yoni, the mashup producer from Orlando, who also happens to attend the University of Chicago, creates a a sick mashup for your partying pleasures. ENJOY!
There were no small children harmed in the making of this post, so you should not harm any when playing these songs. You may use these songs in any way you desire, but just remember that golden rule. As always, there’s some new heaters and some old gems in the bundle. And there’s a couple wompers in there this time for all you Dubstep heads. Enjoy.. And I don’t know what I did to offend that Culture Shock song but I can’t get it to stream. Just click the link.
So the story goes a little something like this…. Skrillex posted this mashup on his Facebook and I relayed the message to you.. Now tell me how thrilling that story was… Anywho, “ca7″ takes two of the most remixed artists of the moment and does what everyone else wasn’t thinking and combined them. To be honest, I can’t remember the last mashup I’ve gotten enjoyment out of out. There have been quite a few albums/mixtapes/mashup projects I’ve enjoyed but other than that mashup having been doing much for me… I’ll blame it on over-saturation of the musical genre, if you want to call mashups a genre. Well, listen to this and enjoy..
Whompity Whomp. So here’s the deal. Normally dubstep mashups are one dubstep track and some rap verses placed on top of that, but not in this case. Mashing some known and unknown artists, 3LAU lays down SKrillex & Nero’s “Promises” remixes and builds on that to add some great verses. It seems like 3LAU keeps getting better and better and all you have to do to notice that is turn it up and let your ears enjoy what’s bumpin. Also, he released some visuals to this track above. Check em out, and snag the track below! Hope this can be blasted at all those going away parties before college! Enjoy!
This is a very sick mashup which I’ve had for a while. DJ Kronic mixes together one of Drake’s verses from Timbaland’s “Say Something” with a verse from Bow Wow’s “Let Me Hold You” and mixes those verses together with a fresh samples of someone who covers Lionel Richie’s “Stuck On You.” This mashup reminds me of something DJ Breezy would make like “Where I Began” with Lupe Fiasco and Lil Wayne, “Stand To Fly” with Mac Miller and Tyga, and “A Drop In The Ocean (Remix)” with Kanye West, Eminem, Wiz Khalifa, and Ron Pope. Enjoy!