Speaking of Major Lazer, the video for “Bubble Butt,” directed by Eric Wareheim just dropped today! Getting steady rotation on FM radio stations and featuring Bruno Mars, Tyga, and 2 Chainz, “Bubble Butt” is undoubtedly Major Lazer’s first real mainstream single, a fact that makes Diplo’s risky decision of picking Wareheim to direct laudably bold. Why you ask? Well for one, he directed this.
And Memorial Day weekend is over just like that. Don’t you fret though. We’ve got some heaters to start your week off in the form of a hot Major Lazer remix of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’s Can’t Hold Us, a twerk-worty collaboration between Brillz and the legendary Z-Trip, Favela trap insanity by Munchi, and a creative little jam by up-and-comer Lightshapers called “Tweeters.” God damn today is a good day for music.
We could spend a post every week on Bird Peterson tracks and he would have at least a new month’s worth of songs by the time we finished. Dude makes so much fire! The first time I posted about Bird Peterson, he was making electro house. Even back then his remixes and style were impeccable. He knows how to pick them. This sexy Cadillac rumbler of a Major Lazer remix just came out an hour ago. Time to cruise the block and disturb some neighbors.
Merry Xmas to everyone!!! Here’s a few entertaining videos that you might or not have seen yet. Enjoy!
Here’s a few FREE festive tracks for you all to D/L
Also D/L these FREE bangers. CHECK IT!
Hot off the press today is a brand new exclusive mix from Arkansas Wolf-e-Wolf. Sprinkled with originals and unreleased dubs alongside some of the fattest and most tasteful ‘step of today, this mix shows why Wolf-e-Wolf is quite sought after. Being courted by some big names in the game, 2012 is sure to be the year of the Wolf, as his tunes have received support from the likes of Bassnectar, Borgore, Torqux & Twist, Numbernin6, Bukez Finezt, and Reid Speed. As an added bonus, Mr. Wolf has sent us over some free downloads of his bootleg remixes, including his updated 2011 remix of Ronald Jenkees’ “Stay Crunchy”, which has received hundreds of thousands of plays across the web.
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1. Matty G – Jam Like A Tek
2. Wolf-e-Wolf – Who Da Boss
3. Monstar – You’re Gonna Want Me
4. Rack n Ruin – Signal ft. P-Money & Koast
5. Tim Ismag – Mr. Big
6. Zeds Dead & Mavado – Undah Yuh Skirt
7. TC – Burning Starlight
8. Habstrakt – 1990
9. Mister Six – Internecine
10.Wolf-e-Wolf – Hood Hornz
11.Datsik – Blaze It Up
12.Brown & Gammon- Riddle Me This
13.Original Sin – Air Raid
14.Mustard Pimp & Dirtyphonics – City Kids
15.Eptic – G-Rex
16.Giant – Punani
17.Supreme – The Fortress
18.Wolf-e-Wolf – Catacomb
19.Dream – Smash
20.Flinch – Midnight Hustle (SPL Remix)
21.The Others- First Flight
22.Nostalgia – Super Funk
23.Major Lazer – Pon De Floor (Wolf-e-Wolf Remix)
24.Ronald Jenkees – Stay Crunchy (Wolf-e-Wolf Remix 2011 Ver)
Two An-ten-nae remixes for ya. One is a Black Sabbath remix :). The other is an official leak for Major Lazer aka Switch and Diplo:
Major Lazer’s album “Guns Don’t Kill People… Lazers Do” out June 16, 2009
An-ten-nae events and mixes on his page: