Dj Sliink's Cartel Nation is partnering with Philadelphia / LA based contemporary sportswear brand Babylon Cartel for a limited edition headwear collaboration. The 50 hat limited run will be supported by a high-octane mix hosted by Sliink, and curated by the Jersey Club Prince DJ Big O and Babylon Cartel's Designer and Co-Founder Gianni Lee.
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[ DJ BIG O ]
1. Dj Big O - Is That Pussy Mine
2. Dj Tray - 7/11 Rmx
3. Dj Sliink X TWRK X Dj Green Lantern X - Trifecta ( We Came To Party )
4. Brenmar - Medusa Ft Rush Davis
5. Brenmar x DJ BIG O - Medusa ( Dj Big O Jersey Club Remix )
6. Dj Big O - Pony
7. NO ID
8. Ariana Grande Ft Cashmere Cat ( Dj Sliink Jersey Club Remix ) - BMB
9. 4B - Hands Up
10. Manolo Rose Ft Fame School ( Dj Sliink X Nadus Remix ) - Run Ricky Run
11. Rae Sremmurd X Gregor Salto - No Flex Zone ( Benzi Edit)
12. 4B - Drop It Again
13. Dj Big O Ft Dougie F - Go So Hard
14. Dougie F Ft Dj Fire ( Dj Big O Jersey Club Remix ) - Back Up On It
15. Dj Big O - Let Me See Ya Booty Drop
16. Future ( Dj Big O Jersey Club Remix ) - Honest
17. Disclosure Ft Sam Smith ( Dj Big O Jersey Club Remix ) - Latch
18. Brenmar Ft Dougie F - Award
19. O.T. Genasis ( Dj Big O & Dj Sliink OFFICIAL Jersey Club Remix ) - Co Co
20. NO ID
[ GIANNI LEE ]
21. Kelela - Bankhead ( Hi$to Remix )
22. Dj Bake - Cake ( Bake The Freak Remix )
23. Chris Brown - Sweet Caroline ( Gianni Lee x Hi$to Remix )
24. Brenmar - Hula Hoop (feat. UNiiQU3)
25. DJ Swisha Sweet - Trap House Stalkin' (feat. Ase Manual)
26. Mumdance x Novelist - Take Time ( Gianni Lee Edit )
27. Rihanna - BBHM ( Jah Guardian Remix ) Gianni Lee x Hi$to
28. Mike Q - Yasss Bish (MikeQ Fix It Pussy Remix)
29.DJ Swaggy Dolphin -Tek Boi (DJ Swisha Sweet X DJ W3C Remix)
30. Gianni Lee - Don't Wait Remix
31. Bobby Schmurda - Hot Nigga ( DJ Tray Remix )
32. Gianni Lee x Fiinesse - Club Badu
33. Carnage - WDYW (Feat. Lil Uzi Vert, A$AP Ferg & Rich The Kid)
34. Rae Sremmurd - No Type (Gianni Lee x HI$TO Remix)
35. Kkingdomm - No Type Edit 2015 (Feat. Justina Valentine & Gemaine Edwards)
36. Spooky Black - Dj Khaled is my Father - (Gianni Lee Remix) ft. Marian Mereba
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Sidney Samson has been a staple of Dutch electronic music for over a decade now, championing the commercial and club side alike. Recently, he’s been putting his own spin on trap, bringing his high energy Dutch sound to the burgeoning genre. His latest production “Pull Up” is a collaboration with Bobso Architect, vs Don Cartel and Mad Nation. Blending elements of dance, electro, and trap, it’s a hectic, high-octane genre fusion with frantic festival crowds in mind. The track is due out on Artificial Recordings on May 13.
This week, Danny and Sam eschew theatrical releases in favour of two harrowing explorations of systemic violence that are mainly available on demand - so viewers can despair at the pointless brutality of it all from the comfort of their own homes. Cartel Land is a documentary about two groups of vigilantes either side of the Mexico-US border, which features the most gut-wrenching narrative of power, corruption, and gang warfare this side of The Wire. Watch it on your streaming site of choice: http://www.cartellandmovie.co.uk/watch
Beasts of No Nation is a similarly cheery, bubblegum affair about a child caught up ina a horrifying African civil war. Industry insider that he is, Danny read the script for this one back when it was in development. Did Cary Fukunaga and Idris Elba take his thoughtful script notes on board? Did they fuck. You can also watch Beast of No Nation on your streaming site of choice, as long as your choice is Netflix.
When not grappling with international misery and chaos, Danny and Sam discuss more important topics such as whether Richard Curtis is a good choice to write The Little Mermaid; what a Face/Off-themed restaurant would be like; and why Hollywood has decided to follow up Exodus: Gods and Kinds with another blockbuster project set in ancient Egypt whose case is predominantly a very un-Egyptian shade of white.
At the end, Idris Elba embarks on another ill-advised rapping project related to one of his movies. I'm not sure rapping is really for him. It just sounds wrong when he does it.
Audio quality note: Katie's absence is still making itself felt, as the first 20 minutes or so of the podcast has a certain amount of background crackle that you'll probably notice if you're listening on good headphones. Power through as the crackle gremlins bugger off eventually.