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1. 04 Low Drop Ft. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Banginclude X Comrade Remix)

04 Low Drop Ft. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Banginclude X Comrade Remix)

Normaling ft. @Rye Rye & @TT The Artist Low Drop Remixes 01. Low Drop (@Astrolith Remix) 02. Low Drop (@TonyQuattro 's Bailemore Remix) 03. Low Drop (Ellie Herring Remix) 04. Low Drop (@Banginclude & Comrade Remix) 05. Low Drop (@ThunderbirdJuicebox Remix) 06. Shade feat. DDm (@Jon-Kwest Remix) The Low Drop Remixes has been a long time coming. Unlike other remix compilations I've helped curate, this particular remix EP really curated itself. What was even more surprising is how well they each complimented one another. I mean let's face it - a remix compilation is usually the most disjointed release format that any record label can formally release. Maybe a Greatest Hits compilation is equally unglued, but at least with that type of compilation there are DIFFERENT songs. A remix compilation for a single is the SAME DAMN SONG over and over again. The fact that when listening sequentially, the Low Drop Remixes sounds cohesive is a testament to the talents of my SPLACE partners, Astrolith and Kate Boss, who helped me program this EP. If the original "Low Drop" was the end result of a collaborative effort of @Lemz, Rye Rye, TT the Artist and my personalities displayed over 4 minutes, the Remixes provide a similar reflection of the personalities of those who reworked “Low Drop”. Astrolith's opening remix perfectly encapsulates his style of cross-pollinating numerous electronic genres. His remix hits with a similar bellowing low end of the original, but Astrolith amplifies it with his signature guttural swing. Tony Quattro was really the first supporter of the original "Low Drop"', having played the instrumental before Rye Rye and TT the Artist ever hopped on. Like the equally prolific Thunderbird Juicebox, Quattro had remixed "Low Drop" twice before arriving at his haunting hybrid Balie Funk-meets-Baltimore Club version presented here. Equally eerie is Ellie Herring's ominously lush and anxiety-inducing reworking of “Low Drop”, which we first displayed publicly back in February. Banginclude was also an early supporter of the original "Low Drop" and, drunkenly in Brooklyn, explained to me that he had a vision of adding tropical percussion to balance the sub kicks. I'm not sure if he sobered up or if his and Comrade's remix is the fruit of that same intoxicated vision, but LAWD! Their remix illuminates Rye and TT's verses like a Caribbean sunrise. And I like where it's placed in this EP - it brings the tempo up just enough for Thunderbird Juicebox's third (and final. possibly) “Low Drop” remix. Finally, I wanted to add Jon Kwest's remix of our tune "Shade" with DDm to this collection because it is a perfect example of what I like to call Kwest's "RZA Club" style. Kwest's "Shade" kills when Lemz and I play it out. Cuts like 36 Chambers. For some of you, the Low Drop Remixes may still sound like the same song over and over again. But, for those like me, it'll sound like one long sonic story as told by 11 different artists. - @rar-kelly, October 2015

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2. Normaling - Low Drop Feat. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Ellie Herring remix)

Normaling - Low Drop Feat. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Ellie Herring remix)

Ellie Herring (@ellieh) took Normaling's Miami-bass laced banger that features two of Baltimore's club queens and gave it her signature touch. She bad. She know it.

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3. Giddy Up (Alfie Casanova Remix)

Giddy Up (Alfie Casanova Remix)

Regional club music, as a rule, doesn't often permeate the mainstream. Baltimore in particular is a city chock full of talent that rarely graces radio airwaves aside from its own 92Q. Lately, the city's’ signature kicks, claps, and breaks have been shining all the way into mainstream - thanks, in part, to its newly crowned club queen, TT the Artist. TT has been a mainstay in the Space is the Place stable ever since our second release in 2014 with Normaling’s “Low Drop feat. Rye Rye & TT The Artist”. Now, after touring Europe, releasing her first vinyl record and collaborating with the likes of Herve, Switch, Sam Binga & Branko, the queen herself has partnered with Space is the Place Records to bring you Art Royalty Abstract, a collection of remixes of TT’s Art Royalty. Why remix tracks that are already club friendly, you ask? Well, every producer worth their weight in percussion samples has been bugging us for the opportunity to play with TT’s fiery vocals. So we tapped some of our favorites amongst them to create a unique collection of remixes flavored with some uncharacteristic techno and house beats here and there to offer you a brand new take on every one of the Art Royalty tracks. From LA’s Ana Sia to Chicago’s Jeremiah Meece to Paris’ Big Dope P to Belgium’s Jabo London’s Alfie Casanova, and SPLACE bosses Normaling and Astrolith, Abstract offers a global interpretation of Baltimore’s reigning Club Queen. Space is the Place is proud to present this collection of bumps, grinds, kicks, claps and fierce lyrical fire from TT the Artist and our squad of talented producers.

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4. Danny Brown - Blunt After Blunt (Astrolith Remix Feat. Cakes Da Killa) FREE DOWNLOAD

Danny Brown - Blunt After Blunt (Astrolith Remix Feat. Cakes Da Killa) FREE DOWNLOAD

The Don, @Astrolith, once again teams up with @CakesDaKilla for this SPLACE Funk remix of @xdannyxbrownx 's "Blunt After Blunt"

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5. 02 Low Drop Ft. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Tony Quattro's Baliemore Remix)

02 Low Drop Ft. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Tony Quattro's Baliemore Remix)

Normaling ft. @Rye Rye & @TT The Artist Low Drop Remixes 01. Low Drop (@Astrolith Remix) 02. Low Drop (@TonyQuattro 's Bailemore Remix) 03. Low Drop (Ellie Herring Remix) 04. Low Drop (@Banginclude & Comrade Remix) 05. Low Drop (@ThunderbirdJuicebox Remix) 06. Shade feat. DDm (@Jon-Kwest Remix) The Low Drop Remixes has been a long time coming. Unlike other remix compilations I've helped curate, this particular remix EP really curated itself. What was even more surprising is how well they each complimented one another. I mean let's face it - a remix compilation is usually the most disjointed release format that any record label can formally release. Maybe a Greatest Hits compilation is equally unglued, but at least with that type of compilation there are DIFFERENT songs. A remix compilation for a single is the SAME DAMN SONG over and over again. The fact that when listening sequentially, the Low Drop Remixes sounds cohesive is a testament to the talents of my SPLACE partners, Astrolith and Kate Boss, who helped me program this EP. If the original "Low Drop" was the end result of a collaborative effort of @Lemz, Rye Rye, TT the Artist and my personalities displayed over 4 minutes, the Remixes provide a similar reflection of the personalities of those who reworked “Low Drop”. Astrolith's opening remix perfectly encapsulates his style of cross-pollinating numerous electronic genres. His remix hits with a similar bellowing low end of the original, but Astrolith amplifies it with his signature guttural swing. Tony Quattro was really the first supporter of the original "Low Drop"', having played the instrumental before Rye Rye and TT the Artist ever hopped on. Like the equally prolific Thunderbird Juicebox, Quattro had remixed "Low Drop" twice before arriving at his haunting hybrid Balie Funk-meets-Baltimore Club version presented here. Equally eerie is Ellie Herring's ominously lush and anxiety-inducing reworking of “Low Drop”, which we first displayed publicly back in February. Banginclude was also an early supporter of the original "Low Drop" and, drunkenly in Brooklyn, explained to me that he had a vision of adding tropical percussion to balance the sub kicks. I'm not sure if he sobered up or if his and Comrade's remix is the fruit of that same intoxicated vision, but LAWD! Their remix illuminates Rye and TT's verses like a Caribbean sunrise. And I like where it's placed in this EP - it brings the tempo up just enough for Thunderbird Juicebox's third (and final. possibly) “Low Drop” remix. Finally, I wanted to add Jon Kwest's remix of our tune "Shade" with DDm to this collection because it is a perfect example of what I like to call Kwest's "RZA Club" style. Kwest's "Shade" kills when Lemz and I play it out. Cuts like 36 Chambers. For some of you, the Low Drop Remixes may still sound like the same song over and over again. But, for those like me, it'll sound like one long sonic story as told by 11 different artists. - @rar-kelly, October 2015

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6. 01 Kayloo - La Voie

01 Kayloo - La Voie

Space Is The Place Records presents Expose Yourself Release Date: December 1, 2014

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7. Imma Shake (Schwarz Remix)

Imma Shake (Schwarz Remix)

Regional club music, as a rule, doesn't often permeate the mainstream. Baltimore in particular is a city chock full of talent that rarely graces radio airwaves aside from its own 92Q. Lately, the city's’ signature kicks, claps, and breaks have been shining all the way into mainstream - thanks, in part, to its newly crowned club queen, TT the Artist. TT has been a mainstay in the Space is the Place stable ever since our second release in 2014 with Normaling’s “Low Drop feat. Rye Rye & TT The Artist”. Now, after touring Europe, releasing her first vinyl record and collaborating with the likes of Herve, Switch, Sam Binga & Branko, the queen herself has partnered with Space is the Place Records to bring you Art Royalty Abstract, a collection of remixes of TT’s Art Royalty. Why remix tracks that are already club friendly, you ask? Well, every producer worth their weight in percussion samples has been bugging us for the opportunity to play with TT’s fiery vocals. So we tapped some of our favorites amongst them to create a unique collection of remixes flavored with some uncharacteristic techno and house beats here and there to offer you a brand new take on every one of the Art Royalty tracks. From LA’s Ana Sia to Chicago’s Jeremiah Meece to Paris’ Big Dope P to Belgium’s Jabo London’s Alfie Casanova, and SPLACE bosses Normaling and Astrolith, Abstract offers a global interpretation of Baltimore’s reigning Club Queen. Space is the Place is proud to present this collection of bumps, grinds, kicks, claps and fierce lyrical fire from TT the Artist and our squad of talented producers.

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9. Lavish (Ben Aqua Remix)

Lavish (Ben Aqua Remix)

Regional club music, as a rule, doesn't often permeate the mainstream. Baltimore in particular is a city chock full of talent that rarely graces radio airwaves aside from its own 92Q. Lately, the city's’ signature kicks, claps, and breaks have been shining all the way into mainstream - thanks, in part, to its newly crowned club queen, TT the Artist. TT has been a mainstay in the Space is the Place stable ever since our second release in 2014 with Normaling’s “Low Drop feat. Rye Rye & TT The Artist”. Now, after touring Europe, releasing her first vinyl record and collaborating with the likes of Herve, Switch, Sam Binga & Branko, the queen herself has partnered with Space is the Place Records to bring you Art Royalty Abstract, a collection of remixes of TT’s Art Royalty. Why remix tracks that are already club friendly, you ask? Well, every producer worth their weight in percussion samples has been bugging us for the opportunity to play with TT’s fiery vocals. So we tapped some of our favorites amongst them to create a unique collection of remixes flavored with some uncharacteristic techno and house beats here and there to offer you a brand new take on every one of the Art Royalty tracks. From LA’s Ana Sia to Chicago’s Jeremiah Meece to Paris’ Big Dope P to Belgium’s Jabo London’s Alfie Casanova, and SPLACE bosses Normaling and Astrolith, Abstract offers a global interpretation of Baltimore’s reigning Club Queen. Space is the Place is proud to present this collection of bumps, grinds, kicks, claps and fierce lyrical fire from TT the Artist and our squad of talented producers.

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11. 01 Low Drop Ft. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Astrolith Remix)

01 Low Drop Ft. Rye Rye & TT The Artist (Astrolith Remix)

Normaling ft. @Rye Rye & @TT The Artist Low Drop Remixes 01. Low Drop (@Astrolith Remix) 02. Low Drop (@TonyQuattro 's Bailemore Remix) 03. Low Drop (Ellie Herring Remix) 04. Low Drop (@Banginclude & Comrade Remix) 05. Low Drop (@ThunderbirdJuicebox Remix) 06. Shade feat. DDm (@Jon-Kwest Remix) The Low Drop Remixes has been a long time coming. Unlike other remix compilations I've helped curate, this particular remix EP really curated itself. What was even more surprising is how well they each complimented one another. I mean let's face it - a remix compilation is usually the most disjointed release format that any record label can formally release. Maybe a Greatest Hits compilation is equally unglued, but at least with that type of compilation there are DIFFERENT songs. A remix compilation for a single is the SAME DAMN SONG over and over again. The fact that when listening sequentially, the Low Drop Remixes sounds cohesive is a testament to the talents of my SPLACE partners, Astrolith and Kate Boss, who helped me program this EP. If the original "Low Drop" was the end result of a collaborative effort of @Lemz, Rye Rye, TT the Artist and my personalities displayed over 4 minutes, the Remixes provide a similar reflection of the personalities of those who reworked “Low Drop”. Astrolith's opening remix perfectly encapsulates his style of cross-pollinating numerous electronic genres. His remix hits with a similar bellowing low end of the original, but Astrolith amplifies it with his signature guttural swing. Tony Quattro was really the first supporter of the original "Low Drop"', having played the instrumental before Rye Rye and TT the Artist ever hopped on. Like the equally prolific Thunderbird Juicebox, Quattro had remixed "Low Drop" twice before arriving at his haunting hybrid Balie Funk-meets-Baltimore Club version presented here. Equally eerie is Ellie Herring's ominously lush and anxiety-inducing reworking of “Low Drop”, which we first displayed publicly back in February. Banginclude was also an early supporter of the original "Low Drop" and, drunkenly in Brooklyn, explained to me that he had a vision of adding tropical percussion to balance the sub kicks. I'm not sure if he sobered up or if his and Comrade's remix is the fruit of that same intoxicated vision, but LAWD! Their remix illuminates Rye and TT's verses like a Caribbean sunrise. And I like where it's placed in this EP - it brings the tempo up just enough for Thunderbird Juicebox's third (and final. possibly) “Low Drop” remix. Finally, I wanted to add Jon Kwest's remix of our tune "Shade" with DDm to this collection because it is a perfect example of what I like to call Kwest's "RZA Club" style. Kwest's "Shade" kills when Lemz and I play it out. Cuts like 36 Chambers. For some of you, the Low Drop Remixes may still sound like the same song over and over again. But, for those like me, it'll sound like one long sonic story as told by 11 different artists. - @rar-kelly, October 2015

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12. Let Me See Ya (Jeremiah Meece's 105-130 Tool)

Let Me See Ya (Jeremiah Meece's 105-130 Tool)

Regional club music, as a rule, doesn't often permeate the mainstream. Baltimore in particular is a city chock full of talent that rarely graces radio airwaves aside from its own 92Q. Lately, the city's’ signature kicks, claps, and breaks have been shining all the way into mainstream - thanks, in part, to its newly crowned club queen, TT the Artist. TT has been a mainstay in the Space is the Place stable ever since our second release in 2014 with Normaling’s “Low Drop feat. Rye Rye & TT The Artist”. Now, after touring Europe, releasing her first vinyl record and collaborating with the likes of Herve, Switch, Sam Binga & Branko, the queen herself has partnered with Space is the Place Records to bring you Art Royalty Abstract, a collection of remixes of TT’s Art Royalty. Why remix tracks that are already club friendly, you ask? Well, every producer worth their weight in percussion samples has been bugging us for the opportunity to play with TT’s fiery vocals. So we tapped some of our favorites amongst them to create a unique collection of remixes flavored with some uncharacteristic techno and house beats here and there to offer you a brand new take on every one of the Art Royalty tracks. From LA’s Ana Sia to Chicago’s Jeremiah Meece to Paris’ Big Dope P to Belgium’s Jabo London’s Alfie Casanova, and SPLACE bosses Normaling and Astrolith, Abstract offers a global interpretation of Baltimore’s reigning Club Queen. Space is the Place is proud to present this collection of bumps, grinds, kicks, claps and fierce lyrical fire from TT the Artist and our squad of talented producers.

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13. Roger Martinez - Space Is The Place | July 14th 2014 on Gem Records

Roger Martinez - Space Is The Place | July 14th 2014 on Gem Records

Christian Smith – “Very nice ep from Roger. Original and powerful at the same time! Altijd Hier En Nu is my fav.” Pig (Pig&Dan) – “Space Is The Place is a total BOMB track!! Support for sure!” Guy J – “This is such an ACE release from Roger!! Love it all, but especially into Altijd Hier En Nu.” Hernan Cattaneo – “I LOVE this new release from Roger. Especially Altijd Hier En Nu!” Roger Martinez likes to explore the boundaries of the psyche during his many trips into the mountains carrying his shaman drum and various other instruments. This adventurousness is audible in every Roger Martinez track. He delivers yet another exciting EP with three epic originals on Secret Cinema’s Gem Records. The EP opens with the percussion of ‘Altijd hier en nu’. The track sounds pretty straight forward and funky so far. But after the bassline and kick are introduced a trippy soundscape with random sounds and noises echoes in the background. Eerie synth stabs hint and tease at the beautiful melody that will open up into a warm blanket of huge pads during the break only to be abruptly ended as the groove returns. Powerful warm dance floor techno the way we love it. The second track of the EP ‘Apollo’ is slightly rougher. U pumping kick with a deep bassline and toms form the base. On top of that there is loads of room for synths and noises to echo around in mountainous reverbs. This time the melody adds to the intense atmosphere of the track rather than warmth. A beautiful composition that will undoubtedly bring images to mind when you close your eyes. Finally we have ‘Space is the place’. A beautiful track, the calmest of the three. You can just imagine yourself flying through the stars on this track. A hypnotizing groove with a one note bassline keeps repeating and repeating as loads goes on in the background. Throughout the track the main melody stays out of focus, most of the time just echoing around.

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14. 06 House Of Black Lanterns - We Get Lower

06 House Of Black Lanterns - We Get Lower

Space Is The Place Records presents Expose Yourself Release Date: December 1, 2014

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15. TT the Artist - Art Royalty Abstract

TT the Artist - Art Royalty Abstract

Regional club music, as a rule, doesn't often permeate the mainstream. Baltimore in particular is a city chock full of talent that rarely graces radio airwaves aside from its own 92Q. Lately, the city's’ signature kicks, claps, and breaks have been shining all the way into mainstream - thanks, in part, to its newly crowned club queen, TT the Artist. TT has been a mainstay in the Space is the Place stable ever since our second release in 2014 with Normaling’s “Low Drop feat. Rye Rye & TT The Artist”. Now, after touring Europe, releasing her first vinyl record and collaborating with the likes of Herve, Switch, Sam Binga & Branko, the queen herself has partnered with Space is the Place Records to bring you Art Royalty Abstract, a collection of remixes of TT’s Art Royalty. Why remix tracks that are already club friendly, you ask? Well, every producer worth their weight in percussion samples has been bugging us for the opportunity to play with TT’s fiery vocals. So we tapped some of our favorites amongst them to create a unique collection of remixes flavored with some uncharacteristic techno and house beats here and there to offer you a brand new take on every one of the Art Royalty tracks. From LA’s Ana Sia to Chicago’s Jeremiah Meece to Paris’ Big Dope P to Belgium’s Jabo London’s Alfie Casanova, and SPLACE bosses Normaling and Astrolith, Abstract offers a global interpretation of Baltimore’s reigning Club Queen. Space is the Place is proud to present this collection of bumps, grinds, kicks, claps and fierce lyrical fire from TT the Artist and our squad of talented producers.

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16. HI$TO - YUNG SPVCE CADET [SPLACE009]

HI$TO - YUNG SPVCE CADET [SPLACE009]

Every decade or so comes a watershed record from an artist that completely reinvents a familiar musical troupe. For club music, that record is "Yung Spvce Cadet" and that artist is Baltimore's HI$TO. As impactful as Miles Davis' "Bitches Brew" was to jazz or Parliment's "Clones of Doctor Funkenstein" was to funk, Hi$to draws from all regional club music - Baltimore Club, Jersey Club, Paris Club, Philly Club, to name a few - and fuses elements of each to create an otherworldly sound. 

With Yung Spvce Cadet, HI$TO seems to have dissected club music to its most basic elements, summoned signals from SETI, & weaved them all together over six tracks. HI$TO is like Baltimore's Lee Perry - as inventive as he is prolific, alien as he is familiar, as accessible as he is avant-guard. We at Space is the Place theorize that the same UFO dropped both producers off at different points in time on their same trip to Earth. 

For Yung Spvce Cadet, HI$TO enlists a lone, worthy Earthlings to venture with him on his sonic voyage through the event horizon. Among them are Baltimore Club Queen, TT the Artist, who's "Fuck Shit Up" is hauntingly restrained when compared to the pair's last collaboration - the riotous "Poom Poom" off of TT's Art Royalty EP. But Yung Spvce Cadet is very much the many sides of planet HI$TO 


This is what Michael Jackson is bumping up in Richard Branson's space condo. THUMP PREMIERE: http://thump.vice.com/en_us/track/hitos-yung-spvce-cadet-ep-sounds-like-baltimore-club-on-mars

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17. Thunderbird Juicebox - Live at Obvious presents Baltimore Club Takeover

Thunderbird Juicebox - Live at Obvious presents Baltimore Club Takeover

@Thunderbird-Juicebox Live at @Obviouspgh presents Baltimore Club Takeover Recorded on November 28, 2014 Belvedere's Ultra-Dive Pittsburgh PA 1. Thunderbird Juicebox – Hot In Here 2. DJ Class – Do It Girl 3. Kingsy – Opatrao (Swaqqy Dolphin x Swisha Sweet Edit) 4. Scottie B – N****s Fightin (Thunderbird Juicebox Remix) 5. French Montana – I Told Em (Sliink Remix) 6. Marble Players- Marble Anthem 7. DJ Booman – See The Hoes, Do Da Butterfly 8. James Nasty – Fan Dem Off 9. Thunderbird Juicebox – Beep Beep 10. Mike Mumbles – Too Much Bass 11. DJ W3C x DJ Swisha Sweet – www.deepweb.onion 12. Punish And Fasta - El Cepollo (B - More Edit) 13. Dragonette - Hello (Excel Remix) 14. Matic808 x Brenmar - High Art 15. Blaqstarr - Hey Mutha Fuckers 16. Paz - Raw Raw 17. A1 Bassline – Falsehood 18. DJ Booman – Warface 19. DJ Dru - Crunk Vibes (Dj Tameil Re – Edit) 20. So Shifty - Clap (Bmore) 21. Tameil - Bump Like This 22. Murder Mark & Mike Mike - In My Hood (Benny Stixx Remix) 23. DJ Sega – Bounce 24. Trippy Turtle x Booty Beaver – Getting Wood 25. Blaqstarr – Check Me Out Like 26. Sweater Beats – Feel Me (Falcons Remix) 27. Beyonce - Partition (Thunderbird Juicebox Club Remix) 28. Juvenile ft 2 Chainz - Booty (Thunderbird Juicebox Remix) 29. DJ Spider – Tried By 12 (The Murdera Remix) 30. Jon E Kwest - Party Stopper 31. Technics - Hello 32. Daveluxx - Regulate Pt.1 33. Que – OG Bobby Johnson (DJ Rell x Mike Gip Remix) 34. DJ Sega - We Got A Love Thing Remix 35. DJ Fresh – Trickin 36. Ciara – I’m Out (Thunderbird Juicebox Remix) 37. Frie - Lets Go Crazy 38. Thunderbird Juicebox - Gaze 39. Wale - Bad (Mike Gip Remix) 40. Rob 3 - Hood Fight 41. Rye Rye - Wassup Wassup (DJ Sega Remix) 42. Tim Dolla – Booty Drop 43. DJ Bake – Mula 44. Say Wut – Go 2.1 45. DJ Yolobear – Make You Touch My 46. Thunderbird Juicebox – Snatch and Grab 47. R Kelly – Bump and Grind (Bird Remix) 48. Nadus - Let's Have Some Fun (Love Game Remix) 49. Krueger – 40 Oz Bounce 50. Kinfolk Thugs – Dump Truck (Thunderbird Juicebox Remix) 51. DJ Lilman Feat D Low – Jersey Shuffle 52. King Tutt – Friday Night Flu 53. Blaqstarr - Throw That Ass Back 54. Thunderbird Juicebox – Bounce (Let It Out) 55. Jon E Kwest - Wait A Minute 56. DJ Sliink - Got No Pannys On (Beat Dat Up) 57. Kendrick Lamar - Poetic Justice (DJ Irresistible Remix) 58. DJ IV - Worst Behavior (Jersey Club Mix) 59. Bounce To My Lou (Ft. Bree) 60. DJ Sliink - Gladiator(Are You Not Entertained) 61. Waka Flocka Flame - No Hands (Dave Nada Remix) 62. TT The Artist Feat DDM - Elevator (Thunderbird Juicebox Remix) 63. Paces - Open Up Your Eyes (Chiefs Remix) 64. Thunderbird Juicebox - The Quickness 65. Erik B - Betta Bring Ya Weapon 66. KW Griff - Odells Beat 67. DJ Jayhood Feat Juice Boy- Get Ruff 68. Rod Lee - Buss My Gun 69. Puk Yu - U Ain't Bulletproof 70. Rod Lee - Stomp Ya Feet 71. Mister Tweeks - Neva Change (Sam Tiba Remix)

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18. Normaling - Orcaz Fightin [DEEPSLACE 002]

Normaling - Orcaz Fightin [DEEPSLACE 002]

Check out this fire rework of a Scottie B classic from the crazy dudes of Normaling.

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