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1. This Year

This Year

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2. Control | Free Download

  • Published: 2013-12-17T14:07:13Z
  • By Claptone
Control | Free Download

Before Claptone returns with a new Single in february he asked us to send you a small Christmas present. It's a thank you for all the love he received in 2013. For your support on his Remixes of the Pet Shop Boys, Riva Starr, George Morel, The Magician and last not least his own tracks 'Wrong' and 'No Eyes'. Though this track was done before Lou Reed died you can view it as Claptone's way to get everyone to remember him and all the great people we lost in 2013. And now fall under the spell of this exclusive present and let the music take 'Control' FACEBOOK : TWITTER : INSTAGRAM : @claptone_official Laurent Garnier: “smile on my face ………….this is special” Pete Tong: “lovin it!” Sasha: “cool!” Zombie Disco Squad: “what I love about claptone is they take possibly cheesy samples and do it right, into this,” Jesse Rose: “it's what they do best!” Noir: “Hehe nice one.” The Magician: “Yeah really good !” Huxley: “nice edit! thanks” Riva Starr: “bang!” Maxxi Soundsystem: “Nice xx” The Mekanism: “serious work !!!! support !” Djuma Soundsystem “R.I.P. ol' punk hero!” Acid Pauli: “Peace!” Doctor Dru: “nice present! Thank you , Claptone. Happy Xmas and mucch success for next year. Cheers, Dru” Emerson Todd: “nice after hours number.. thanks” Christian Prommer: “great. thank you. great Homage” Jerry Bouthier / JBAG: “vibey, thx supporting” Crookers: “this sample!” Kaiserdisco: “Nice one! Thanks :)” Shit Robot: “HA!” Animal Trainer: “thank you for the brilliant releases this year....keep going :-)” Kruse & Nuremberg: “Pure love is filling the room when I press the play button here. Great track!” Compuphonic: “WoooooW ! Thank you ! Will hammer it !” Ruede Hagelstein: “yes.” Pleasurekraft:“fun stuff :)” Amine Edge: “thx” Karotte: “nice one. like it.” NTFO: “cool track” Patryk Molinari: “Really nice! Will def play" Prince Language: “yes.” Justin Jay: “yess will play this!” Betoko: “looooove!!!” Moullinex: “love it. re-dling”

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3. 2018 Official Shaku Shaku Party Mix

2018 Official Shaku Shaku Party Mix

Shaku Shaku is a name for the latest viral dance taking over the streets of Afrobeats. Enjoy this mix of the hottest jams at The Moment. Download here TRACK LIST 1 Say Say Male - Olamide 2 Legbegbe - Mr Real Ft. Idowest, Obadice, Kelvin Chuks 3 Lalakukulala - Oladips Ft. Reminisce 4 Issa Goal - Naira Marley Ft. Olamide, Lil Kesh 5 This Year - Small Doctor 6 Omo Shepeteri - Idowest Ft. Dammy Krane, Slimcase 7 Oshozondi - DJ Sidez Ft. Slimcase, Masta T 8 Tur-key Nla - Wande Coal 9 Single & Searching - Yemi Alade Ft. Falz 10 Shaku Shaku - Dammy Krane 11 Wololo - Babes Wodumo Ft. Mampintsha 12 Available - Patoranking 13 Gobisiqolo - Bhizer 14 Jaiye - Flavour 15 Easy - Reekado Banks 16 Ponmile - Reminisce 17 Craving - Wizkid 18 Blow The Whistle - DJ Consequence Ft. Mayorkun 19 Assignment - DJ Consequence Ft. Olamide 20 Oja - Masterkraft Ft. Olamide 21 Halleluyah - Orezi 22 Iskaba - Wande Coal Ft. DJ Tunez 23 Penalty - Small Doctor 24 Wo - Olamide 25 Rora - Lil Kesh Make sure you Like, Share and Subscribe for more Exclusive Mixtapes... Follow my Soundcloud For Updated Mixes and link to Download Follow my page for more Exclusive Mixtapes

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DEEJAYKKGH PRESENTS AFROBEATS AZONTO 2018 FIRE MIX Playlist include Tiwa ft Wizkid & spells Malo Ebony Aseda Patoranking ft Diamond platinum love you die Cuppy ft Tekno Green light Kidi Odo Kuami Eugene Angela Runtown Energy Davido Fia Kofi Kinata Play Joey B ft King promise Sweetie pie Mayorkun mama Ebony sponsor Gospelondebeatz ft Tekno & patoranking Sauce Ebony Maame hw3 Mayorkun cheche Stonebwoy Bawasaabu Dj spinall ft Mr Eazi calm down Saab ft Lil Kesh dope like that Sarkodie ft Flavour Your waist Masterkraft ft Wizkid & Reekado Yapa remix Ycee ft Maleek berry & Jmulla Juice Remix Mutay ft Wizkid Manya Kiss Daniel Yeba Sona Ginger Captain planet ft Kofi Kinaata Obi Agye obi girl Shatta wale Waitti Davido Like dat Lil Kesh baby favour Lil Kesh Rora DJ Mensah ft Bisa Kdei dance floor Kwamz & Flava no be say Manlikestunna Ghanaboyz Gospelondebeatz ft Skales You got it Tiwa Savage Sugarcane Wande Coal Tur-key nia Small doctor This year Olamide Update Omoakin ft Reekado banks Funwon Spinall ft Maphorisa & Leobeatz Wakomije Tekno Feeling Wande Coal Iskaba Yemi Alade ft Falz Single & searching D black ft Bisa Kdei Julie Patoranking Available 4X4 WO SU Olamide Wo Ebony ft Brella Hustle Magnom ft Joey B My BABY Tekno & Wizkid Mama Stonebwoy ft Khalia hold on yuh Wizkid Sweet love Mc galaxy Plaintain Moelogo ft Adekunle Gold Rora se Mr Eazi pour me water Tekno only one Tekno Be Masterkraft & loo loo number one PM ft Nana Brenya make your mind dey Vision DJ FT VVIP & Miyaki Chuku Ajebutter22 wayward King Promise Selfish Samini ft Fuse ODG Do Dat Stonebwoy Hero Reekado banks ft Tiwa Savage Like SK Ose Dammy Krane your body King Promise ft Mr Eazi Oh Yeah remix Nanayaa My Hunny Shatta Wale Starboy Soft Obianuju DJ Neptune ft Runtown Why Magnom ft Edem Sokoo

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TRACKS LIST..LIKE&SHARE FOR MORE HIT MIX 1 L.A.X - GWARA GWARA 2 available - patoranking 3 science student - olamide 4 DJ Preddy Feat. Slimcase – Burundi Tashi 5 Babes Wodumo ft Mampintsha - Wololo 6 SKALES - AGOLO 7 K Cash Ft. Small Doctor – Iyanu 8 Skales - O'Crazy 9 this year - small doctor 10 skelebe - samklef ft. akon 11 REMINISCE - PROBLEM 12 CDQ-Balu-ft.-Idowest-Mr-Real 13 Idowest feat. Slimcase - Shepeteri 14 Mr Real - Legbegbe ft Idowest , Obadice 15 Skuki - Owello 16 Cash Wale - Handkerchief ft Idowest 17 D'banj - Issa Banger ft. Slimcase, Mr Real 18 2T Boys Ft. Davido – Customer Dada Ni (Remix) 19 small DOCTOR - Penalty 20 DJ Kaywise x Olamide - See Mary See Jesus 21 Wande Coal - Tur-Key Nla 22 Tekno - Anyhow 23 Masterkraft x Olamide - Oja 24 Lil Kesh - Rora 25 Oladips ft Reminisce - Lalakukulala 26 Naira Marley x Olamide x Lil Kesh - Issa Goal 27 DJ Neptune x Larry Gaaga - Shawa Shawa Ft. Olamide, Slimcase, CDQ 28 Idowest X Dammy Krane - Lepa Gau 29 dj enimoney ft slimcase & reminisce & tiwa savage - diet 30 shakpati - effyzzie music ft. yemi alade slimcase & young d 31 Olamide - Ronaldo 32 DJ XCLUSIVE ft SLIMCASE & MZKISS - SHEMPE 33 chop - sugarboy ft. ycee 34 Olamide Say Say Male 35 Ijo Wakanda - Orezi 36 colors of africa - mafikizolo ft. diamond platnumz & dj maphorisa 37 Top Virus ft Xolani "Imali Eningi 38 CDQ - Shey Normal 39 Akwaaba - GuiltyBeatz x Mr Eazi x Patapaa X Pappy Kojo 40 DJ Breezy - Kimpinstik ft. Dahlin Gage & Medikal 41 Ice Prince - If I Tell You 42 Dammy Krane - Free Sinzu 43 Davido - Like Dat 44 Dammy Krane - Shaku Shaku 45 grenada badman – shaku shaku 46 Masterkraft - I Go Dance (Featuring Reekado Banks 47 DJ Maphorisa - Midnight Starring ft. DJ Tira, Busiswa, Moonchild Sanelly 48 VJ-ADAMS-X-NINIOLA-LEG-WORK 49 junior boy ft 9ice irapada 50 Dj Maphorisa - Soweto Baby feat Wizkid & Dj Buckz 51 2 People Remix ft Small Doctor & Nakamura REPOST&LIKE .........

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6. (NEW SONGS)The Afrobeats Update December 2017 Mix Feat Davido Fia Olamide Tekno Mama Maleek Berry

(NEW SONGS)The Afrobeats Update December  2017 Mix Feat Davido Fia Olamide Tekno Mama Maleek Berry

We have just reached a year!! Thank you to all that have listened. Every Month I will be dropping a Mix with nothing but new music from the month before. New Music that you could add to your playlist. Enjoy these top new songs from November. Tracklist- 1. Iyanya - Holy Water 2. Maleek Berry - Pon My Mind 3. T-Obay - My N*GGA Feat Minz 4. Tekno - Mama Feat Wizkid 5. Krisbeatz - 911 Feat Yemi Alade 6. Mr Eazi - Pour Me Water 7. Mr P (P-Square) - For my Head 8. Sarkodie - Didi 9. Chief Obi - My Woman 10. Sound Sultan - Geshomo Feat Wizkid 2 Baba 11. Mayorkun - Che Che 12. Davido - FIA 13. Runtown - Energy 14. Mazi Chukz - Rotate 15. Wizkid - Manya 16. Olamide - Fine Fine Girls Feat Tiwa Savage 18. Lil Kesh - Rora 19. DJ Maphorisa - Midnight Starring 20. Distruction Boyz - Omunye 21. Fuse Odg - Boa Me Feat Ed Sherean 22. Oladips - Lalakukulala 23. Small Doctor - This Year Download for free on The Artist Union

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  • Published: 2018-03-02T15:56:19Z
  • By Dj P

Most anticipated Afrobeats 2018 in Canada, now out!!! based on one or two pls help share the word! 1. Soco - Wizkid ft Terry spotless, Ceeza milla 2. Nowo - Dj spinall x wizkid 3. Manya - Wizkid x Mut4y 4. Ahomka Womu – VIP 5. Bend it over - Olamide ft Reminisce, Timaya 6. Say say male – Olamide 7. Omo shepeteri - Idowest ft Slimcase 8. Legbegbe - Mr real ft Idowest, Obadice 9. Oshozondi - Dj Sidez ft Slimcase x Masta t 10. Uncle yahoo - Bravo G ft Idowest x Mr real 11. Handkerchief- Cash wale ft Idowest 12. Lavish- Lavish Ghost ft Slimcase 13. Lalakukulala - Oladips ft reminisce 14. Issa goal - Naira Marley x Olamide x lil kesh 15. Issa banger - Dbanj ft Slimcase, Mr Real 16. Oo something - Dj G money Ft Idowest 17. Banger - Dj G money ft Yomi Sars 18. OWO SHAKA - O.Y 19. Gwara Gwara- LAX 20. Midnight starring-Dj maphorisa 21. Omunye - Distruction Boyz 22. Burundi tashi - Dj preddy ft slimcase 23. Available - Patoranking 24. This year - Small doctor 25. Diet - Dj enimoney ft Slimcase, Tiwa Savage 26. Werey yo - CDQ 27. Rora - Lil kesh 28. Assignment- Olamide x DJ consequence 29. Oja - Masta T 30. Ishe Yen - Gabana ft CDQ, Pepenazi 31. Neighbor - Toby grey 32. Turkey nla - Wande Coal 33. Bum bum tam tam- Mc fioti 34. Sarkodie - wo remix 35. Wo - olamide 36. Science student - Olamide 37. Ege- Danny s 38. Off the lite - Danny s 39. Penalty - Small doctor 40. Fere - Bolu 41. Fia - Davido 42. Che Che - Mayorkun 43. Doe - Larry gaga ft davido 44. Tattoo remix - Soft ft davido 45. Flora my flawa - Davido 46. Antenna- skilloj 47. Mind -Dmw 48. Shakara - Aj Styles ft Brym 49. Pressure -Yung l 50. Galala - Tommy gunz 51. Akpataboom- 2 Izzy

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8. The Hard Knox - Jah Love, Jah Crucify

The Hard Knox - Jah Love, Jah Crucify

Inoke a rising star in the Fiji Islands sings a laid back Reggae song. Inoke Kalounisiga His style is simple and his personality undeniably affable. But there is something pulsating about Knox, a standout in Fiji's amazing breed of talented young musicians. When he sings and plays notes on his keyboard or guitar, a sense of appreciation for local talent and music in all forms literally fills the air. At least that's what I thought when I took snapshots of Knox playing a song on his keyboard while his mother, Sela Fatiaki, and younger brother, Suliasi Junior, proudly watched him. Sela is part-Rotuman/Samoan and is from Motusa in Rotuma. It was the first time for me to meet Knox although I'd heard his single Jah Live Jah Crucify on the radio and seen the video clip on national television. I was very excited about meeting the young man who is scaling musical heights with his sheer talents. So off I went to a place called Naimasimasi Village in Tailevu where his father, Suliasi Tamanalevu, is originally from. The gloomy weather made the trip seem dull but after reaching our destination, Knox emerged from the shadows to greet us. He introduced us to his mother and younger brother while his father had left to take a relative to the nearby health centre. Most people would have guessed already that the name Knox is a nickname for his real name, Inoke. Kalounisiga is the surname he uses. Interestingly, Knox did not know this until he started school. "My mum called me Knox and it just stuck but when I started school I realised my name wasn't Knox but Inoke," he said laughing on the phone before I journeyed to his home. "I was brought up with music. My dad loves music and he taught me how to read music. He also taught me how to play the first three cords on a guitar. I was the lead guitarist for the group Kulture which opened up for Lucky Dubes last tour here. But most of the time I taught myself how to play musical instruments. I wish I had a book to learn but I didn't. One other person who helped me out was an old man from Rotuma, Petero Romana from Motusa. He grew up partly in Suvavou with his maternal grandparents." The oldest of three siblings, Knox wanted to be a doctor or pilot and took science subjects in school with this aim in mind. The idea of being a full-time musician hadn't crossed his mind although he loved music and playing instruments. He moved to different primary schools because his father was a teacher at the time and continued his secondary education at Marist Brothers High in 1999. Knox finished high school at Rotuma High. After foundation studies at the University of the South Pacific, he switched to the Fiji Institute of Technology where he took up music and electronics. "I used to like listening to Boys II Men but that was before Lucky Dube," he said. "Out of high school, I found people who started influencing my interest in music," he said. "These include artists like Bob Marley, Eric Clapton, Ray Charles, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson and Jimmy Hendrix. I dont listen to heavy metal but I like some rock songs. I like listening to music that will survive the ages. So far, I've released two songs - Jah Live Jah Crucify and Old Old Tree. The songs are all personal experiences. It's what I can see through other peoples eyes. The Old Old Tree song is like a story. It talks about life back in Rotuma where in front of my grandparents house (in Motusa) is this old dilo tree near the sea," said Knox, who is proud to be fluent in Rotuman. Knox started as the lead guitarist of Kulture but after the lead vocalist left the group, he stepped in. In 2003, Knox worked for the Robinson Crusoe liners on which he entertained tourists. Another highlight was when he participated in the Reggae Roots and Rhythm concert that featured BoneyM and Te Vaka. "The only challenge for me is finding a real decent recording studio in Fiji. I've written enough songs to do about three to four albums," he said. "My music is not full-on reggae but when I sing I find its the only time I can really be myself. When I see people singing along to the song, or when the song puts a smile on their face it makes me happy. Its never easy being a musician. Its never an easy road. But if theres a will, theres a way. With Jah Live Jah Crucify, I went to the recording studio owned by Danny Costello and asked them to have a listen to the song. He liked it and helped with the recording." Believe it or not, Knox has more fans overseas than locally. This year, he wants to be the first Fijian to win an MTV award. With the help of close friends including Peter Thompson, who Knox says is a manager figure, he has managed to defy the odds and come out a successful musician. "I couldn't have done this also with the help of God, says Knox, who is a Seventh Day Adventist. I'm also in this band called One2Eight. We named it after our common trend of knocking off work at 1am and drinking grog until 8am. Weve performed at corporate functions, gigs and we've even been hired by Uprising for gigs." He has performed at various hotels and resorts as far as the Mamanucas, Sheraton, Westin, Mango Bay, Plantation Island resort, the Pearl and Eds Bar in Nadi. Knox also appeared onstage for the Peace Unplugged concert at USP, Foreshore carnivals and events organised by the Alliance Francaise. He's planning to hold his first concert sometime this year and is hopeful that by June, more singles would be released. In the meantime, Knox is a household name that will serve as an inspiration to young musicians who want to make it in the world of music and entertainment. And when he's not writing, recording or singing, Knox likes to help out with family chores including looking after their farm and helping with house renovations. He's a local man with the heart and passion to take music to the next level and he's doing just that with sheer determination, commitment and perseverance. From Fiji Times Online (11 April 2010) Singer launches seven years' work The man known for his hit song Jah Love Jah Crucify, performed at the MHCC in Suva on Friday. Niu Wave Media general manager Imraz Iqbal said Knox came to them with 11 originals whichtook him seven years to write and two months to put together at the studio. The album, titled The old, old tree was drawn from his childhood memories of a tree at his grandparents' place in Rotuma. Mr Iqbal said they had a lot of support from people that gathered at MHCC. He said they also managed to sell a few of Knox's CDs. He said Knox's music would revive the local market with his brand new original tunes. "If you're a fan of Jack Johnson and Ben Harper, than you'll definite love this. When his tunes are played on the radio nobody will guess it's local." Mr Iqbal said Knox needed a lot of local support to develop. "This artist has potential to make it in the international market and if local people support him, he will reach that market and excel." Knox paid tribute to well-known local reggae band Rootstrata. Knox said Rootstrata achieved great heights with original music and were recognised by the international reggae band Big Mountain. From the Illawarra Mercury (21 March 2013) Knox takes humble path By Kate Walsh Knox Fijian-Rotuman singer and guitarist Knox believes musicians are a conduit for the spiritual aspects of their craft Music was the only way Fijian-Rotuman singer and guitarist Knox ever wanted to make a living. Surrounded by harmonies since he was small, by the end of his time at high school, he knew what path he wanted to take. "I grew up playing music at home, in church and other places," he says. "By the time I was in my last year of high school, I was like 'This is it. I'm going to finish these exams and going to become a musician'." Knox (whose real name is Inoke Kalounisiga) only picked up a guitar in his late teens, but was making music with his family long before that. When he was five years old, Knox and his parents performed as a vocal trio at their local church, while his father studied and taught Indian classical music. "That was a bit weird to see this big Fijian man playing a sitar," Knox jokes. The dreadlocked singer has been playing professionally for 12 years, starting in cover bands - which he says are huge in Fiji - as a guitarist. He made the move to singing with his band Kulture and began writing his own tunes, going solo a few years later. His song Jah Love, Jah Crucify gave him his first international recognition in 2007, topping the reggae charts in New Zealand and getting airplay around the world, with people often describing him as the Fijian Jack Johnson. He didn't release his first full-length album until three years later and is only just getting ready to release his second, having spent the last few months performing small gigs and busking in London. Knox is based once again in Fiji, but travels to Australia two or three times a year to tour and visit his Australian partner's family. He is gigging now to launch the first single, Candy, off his yet-to-be-named second record, inspired by watching his cousin pine for a girl who didn't notice he existed. "It's the cheesiest of my tunes so far, normally I don't like cheesy stuff. It's about this guy who really likes this girl, but she never really looked at him," he says. He thinks it is important for musicians to realise they are never bigger than the music itself. "It's a passion, something you live and die for. It's everything in my life. I realise that music is something bigger than you and your own artistic ego or your band. "That's a problem nowadays, some people think they are bigger than the music, but you're but a mere conduit. When you get to realise that, you get to see this whole other side of music, this spiritual side, which you don't get if you don't know what it's all about." * I dont own this Music, just helping in promoting Fijian Music.

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9. IssaGoalAfrobeatsMixTape


Funky Friday (Valentine's Volume 2) Afrobeats Issa Goal Hot Banging MixTape (1) Koolkat Intro - KAYBOOGIE (DJ KOOLKAT) (2) Yeba - KISS DANIEL (3) FIA - DAVIDO (4) Shaku Shaku - DJ PRINCE (5) This Year - SMALL DOCTOR (6) WO - OLAMIDE (7) Science Student - OLAMIDE (8) Issa Goal - NAIRA MARLEY ft OLAMIDE (9) Tur-Key-Nla - WANDE COAL (10) Iskaba - WANDE COAL (11) Gwara Gwara - L.A.X (12) Penalty - Small Doctor (13) Mans Not Hot - BIG SHAQ (14) Dance - TEKNO (15) In My Bed - WIZKI (16) Thugger Remix - T Boiz ft SMALL DOCTOR (17) Omo Shepeteri - IDOWEST ft DAMMY DRANE (18) Oshozondi - DJ SIDEZ ft SLIMCASE (19) Tick Tock - EUGY (20) Sitya Loss - EDDY KENZO (21) Premier Gaou - MAGIC SYSTEM (22) Living Things - 9ICE (23) My People - Korede Bello (24) Ege - Dribble - DANNY S (25) Sugarcane - TIWA SAVAGE (26) Easy Jeje - REEKADO BANKS (27) Mama - KISS DANIEL (28) Legbegbe -MR REAL (29) Availablle - PATORANKING (30) Say Say Male - OLAMIDE (31) Lalakukulala - OLADIPS ft REMINISCE (32) Halleluyah - OREZI (33) Oja -MASTERKRAFT ft OLAMIDE (34) Koolkat Outro -DJ KOOLKAT

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11. Ipse Mélange - #27 by Re.You

Ipse Mélange - #27 by Re.You

It's been a meteoric rise for Marius, better known simply as Re.You, his success in the electronic music scene a distant cry from shattered hoop dreams. Now firmly Berlin-based, his prolific release schedule continues unabated, the live show with Rampa going from strength to strength as well as DJ sets at clubs across the world. As a teenager in Ulm, a small town in southern Germany, Marius first began to appreciate the dark arts of beats through a love of DJ Premier’s dark and jazzy cuts. Friends started all getting into turntablism but there were other things on his mind, especially after winning the German Youth Championship in basketball. A brutal knee injury ended these chances but with a lot of spare recovery time now on his hands, he began to teach himself production. Having fallen in with the Keinemusik crew around ’09 he soon developed a solid live partnership with Rampa. He describes their first night at Horst as one of the key moments in his career, and having previously only performed live, decided to devote himself to Re.You and start DJing too. His release schedule has been rapidly gathering pace, his first single ‘Work’ with Rampa a roaring success. Joining the Souvenir family fold saw him gain serious recognition with his 2011 single ‘Ghost’ which was featured on Sven Väth’s infamous Sound Of the Season compilation of that year. After destroying Room One Fabric with a Souvenir take over, things hotted up and Marius scored a massive hit with his edit of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Video Games’ which racked up about 50,000 listens in a week. 2012 has been extremely busy, with a hit on Mobilee ‘Junction’, ‘Yeah Yeah Yeah’ on Cocoon and a follow up on Souvenir ‘Falling’ with haunting vocals supplied by fellow compatriot Daniel Wilde. His brother’s new label Avotre has also recently played home to ‘Fever’ and with plenty more strings left to his bow, he has more singles scheduled this year. It may be to basketball’s loss, but music fans across the world can rejoice at the inopportune accident that created this rising star. And better still, there’s plenty more to come! On 25.11.2017 he will play with his Buddy Doctor Dru b2b at Ipse's Klubnacht. follow SC: FB : RA :

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12. Jagaban Afrobeats Mix 2017 || DJ Neptune, DJ Spinall, Falz, WizKid, Davido, Wande Coal, Olamide

  • Published: 2017-11-19T02:39:22Z
Jagaban Afrobeats Mix 2017 || DJ Neptune, DJ Spinall, Falz, WizKid, Davido, Wande Coal, Olamide

Hope you had a great time listening to the various tunes by wonderful artists in the year 2017...Like I traditionally sieve out the best jams for the favourite entertaining songs that made lots of wave in the industry. Listen and share the best of the Afrobeats 2017 also featuring the Big Shaq! TRACKLISTS TRACKLIST 0:00 Yung6ix - No Favors 2:00 Vector - Like My Daddy 3:40 Roadman Shaq - Mans Not Hot 5:40 Zoro - Bianca 7:00 Quincy - Red Card 8:40 Davolee - Oya Gbeff (feat. Olamide) 9:40 Olamide - Orobo 10:40 Nasty C - Dance 12:00 DJ Jimmy Jatt - Turn Up 13:20 Phyno - Mistakes 15:00 Omar Sterling - Unruly (feat. Burna Boy) 16:00 Tekno - Mama 18:00 Mr Eazi - Tilapia 19:20 Burna Boy - Personally (feat. Vybz Kartel) 22:20 Attitude - Aye Ole 24:00 Guido Dos Santos - Bad Girl 25:20 Mr Eazi - LEG OVER 26:20 Yemi Alade - Heart Robber 27:00 Skales - Temper (Remix) 28:40 WizKid - Come Closer 30:00 Olamide, AKA - Kolole 31:00 Sean Tizzle - Wasted 31:40 Legendury Beatz - Apple and Vodka (feat. Mugeez) 33:20 Timaya - Bang Bang 35:20 R2bees - More (feat. Wizkid) 36:20 Cuppy - Green Light 38:00 DJ Neptune - Bumpa 42:20 DJ Spinall - Don't Stop 43:20 Skales feat. Timaya & Davido - Ajaga 46:00 DJ Derekz - Roll Up Remix 47:00 Wande Coal - Oh No No 48:20 Ajebutter22 - Wayward 49:40 B-RED - Fall For You 51:40 DaVido - If 52:20 Jidenna - Little Bit More 54:20 WizKid - Wine to the Top 55:20 DaVido - FIA 56:20 Masterkraft - YAPA REMIX 57:20 Ycee x Reekado Banks - Link Up 58:20 Dice Ailes - Otedola 59:40 Tiwa Savage - Me and You 1:00:40 D. Prince - So Nice 1:04:20 Kiss Daniel - Yeba 1:05:40 Mr Eazi - 2 People 1:06:20 Mr Eazi - Detty Yasef (feat. Falz) 1:08:00 HarrySong - Under The Duvet 1:09:00 Mut4y, Wizkid - Manya 1:11:00 Falz - Something Light 1:12:00 Selebobo - I Don't Care 1:13:20 Yung L - Pass the Aux (Remix) [feat. Timaya] 1:15:00 Vector - What's That 1:16:40 Korede Bello - Do Like That (Remix) 1:17:20 Selebobo - Conquer 1:18:20 Yung L - Pressure 1:21:00 Niniola - Sicker 1:22:00 DJ Jimmy Jatt - Orekelewa 1:23:00 Chidinma - Plenty Melody 1:26:20 Legendury Beatz - kini (feat. Niniola) 1:28:20 Lil Kesh - Rora 1:29:20 Timaya - M.O.N.E.Y 1:32:20 Niniola - Maradona 1:36:00 DJ Kentalky - Blessings 1:37:20 Legendury Beatz - Legendury (feat. Timaya) 1:38:40 Sean Tizzle - Dide 1:39:20 Small Doctor - This Year 1:40:40 Wande Coal - Funkeh 1:42:40 Olamide - Wo!! 1:44:40 Patoranking - Available 1:46:00 Dj Consequence - In a Benz (feat. Ycee)

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13. TMHS 195: 7 Small Changes To Help You Burn More Fat This Year

TMHS 195: 7 Small Changes To Help You Burn More Fat This Year


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14. DJ Lyriks Presents Shaku Shaku New African Dance Mix Volume 1

  • Published: 2018-03-16T04:36:05Z
  • By DjLyriks
DJ Lyriks Presents Shaku Shaku New African Dance Mix Volume 1

1. Wande Coal - Tur-Key Nla 2. D’Banj ft Slimcase x Mr. Real - Issa Banger 3. Naira Marley ft Olamide x Lil Kesh - Issa Goal 4. Olamide - Wo 5. Qdot - Wo (Refix) 6. Sarkodie - Wo (Cover) 7. Destiny Boy - Wo (Cover) 8. Dj Real ft Dammy Krane x Small Doctor - M. A. D 9. Small Doctor - This Year 10. MC Galaxy ft Neza - Jacurb 11. Patoranking - Available 12. Babes Wodumo ft Mampinsta - Wololo 13. L.A.X - Gwara Gwara 14. DJ Preddy ft Slimcase - Burundi Tashii 15. Harrysong - Ele 16. CDQ - Say Baba 17. Yemi Alade ft Falz - Single and Searching 18. QDot ft Lil Kesh - Lalalu 19. Mr. Real x Idowest x Obadice x Kelvin Chuks - Legbegbe 20. Idowest ft Dammy Krane x Slimcase - Omo Shepeteri 21. DJ Spinall ft Maphorisa x Leobeatz x Barata - Wakomije 22. DJ Sidez ft Slimcase x Masta T 23. Olamide - Update 24. Olamide - Science Student 25. Ola Dips ft Reminisce - Lalakukulala 26. DJ Consequence ft Olamide - Assignment 27. Masterkraft ft Reekado - I go dance 28. DJ Enimoney ft Slimcase x Reminisce x Tiwa Savage - Diet 29. Tekno ft Flimzy x OG x Selebobo - Anyhow 30. Junior Boy ft 9ice - Irapada 2.0 31. D’Prince ft Davido x Don Jazzy - Gucci Gang 32. DMW ft Davido x Peruzzi x Dremo x Mayorkun 33. Yovi - Osha Pra Pra 34. Skales - Shaku Shaku 35. Ayo Jay ft Davido x Olamide - Correct G 36. Starboy ft Wizkid x Spotless x Ceeza Milli x Terri 37. DJ Spinall ft Wizkid - Nowo DJ Lyriks is a host and dj at the #1 international party in wisconsin Afrovibe soiree. Follow DJ Lyriks on social media @djlyriks Follow my group page for more info and events schedule Tips are welcome at cashapp: $DjLyriks

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15. Dj iRV - Afro Pop Mix (Fall 2018)

Dj iRV - Afro Pop Mix (Fall 2018)

Track List: 01. Simi - Joromi 02. DJ Cuppy & Tekno – Green Light 03. Runtown - For Life 04. Sarkodie Ft RunTown - Pain Killer 05. Yemi Alade - Oga 06. Runtime - Oh Oh Oh Lucie 07. Davido - FIA 08. Lyta - Self Made 09. Seyi Shay x Runtown - Gimme love 10. MUT4Y X WIZKID - MANYA 11. Flavour - Baby Na Yoka 12. Skiibii ft Reekado Banks - Sensima 13. Larry Gaaga ft. Sarkodie x Wande Coal - Wonderful 14. King Promise - Oh Yeah 15. Lava Lava - GO Gaga 16. Aslay - Kwatu 17. YEMI ALADE - Ferrari 18. YOUNGFACE FT SKALES - ORORO 19. Skales Ft Davido - Currency 20. D'Banj - Shake It (ft. Tiwa Savage) 21. Wizkid Ft. Slimcase - Gucci Snake 22. Dj Mensah Ft Bisa K'dei - Dance Floor 23. Small Doctor - This Year 24. DMW Ft. Peruzzi, Davido & Yonda - Aje 25. Dj Lambo, Small Doctor & Mr Real - Kunta Kunta

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16. GO!DIVA fm part 4, including LOCO & JAM guestmix

  • Published: 2010-05-02T14:32:24Z
  • By GO!DIVA
GO!DIVA fm part 4, including LOCO & JAM guestmix

my fourth radioshow on , broadcasted on 27-04-2010. I start of with a small mix with some demo's. 1 Daegon - Subcon2 (unreleased demo) 2 Framework - 49 hallam street (unreleased demo) 3 Memnok - Miss us not (out on Fourth Kind records later this year with remixes by Daegon, Duky & Tiari) 4 Stephan Koenigk - Future's Past(out soon on nachtstrom-schallplatten) 5 Doctor+ Productions - The Prophet (unreleased demo) The second part of the show is a guestmix by LOCO & JAM 1. Oliver Klein, Alex Flatner - Outlandos ( Santos Provocation Remix ) [ Circle Music ] 2. Audio Injection - Way I Am [ Droid records ] 3. Loco & Jam - Projekt X [ MB Elektronics ] 4. Gary Beck - Elisse [ Bek Audio ] 5. Sandro Vibot, Sostanza - N Love [ Viso Limited ] 6. Spektre - Harpoon [ Respekt ] 7. Steve Parker - Fenix The Rat [ 1605 ] The next show is on the 11th of may with Mula and Fabian Dubstep!!!

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17. Park Well Vs Aza 2018 Mixtape

Park Well Vs Aza 2018 Mixtape

**1. Dj Erniyo Intro Timaya - Tu you Tekno - Choco Duncan Mighty x Davido x Peruzzi - Aza Reekado Banks - Bio Bio Feat. Duncan Mighty Olamide - Motigbana Victor Ad - Wetin Ad Snoway Khater - This year Tiwa Savage - Lova Lova Feat. Duncan Mighty 2 Tigers - Mama Prayer 11.Wizkid x Duncan Mighty - Fake Love 12.Mc Culture - Park Well 13.Erigga x Victor Ad - Motivation 14.Tiwa Savage - Tiwa vibe 15.Gee Jay - Edo 16.Davido - Nwa Baby 17.Olamide x Wizkid - Kana 18.Eugene Kuami - Wish Me Well 19.Peruzzi x Davido - Kpa 20.Singah - Teamo 21.Rudeboy - Fire Fire 22.Mr. Zuz x Eddy Wizzy - Perere 23.Kcee - Boo Feat. Tekno 24.TTY - Water 25.Yemi Alade - OMG 26.Tekno - Do Anyhow 27.Spice Vision - Tribute To Oba feat. Xbaba Lewis 28.DjNeptune - Wait ft Kiss Daniel 29.Don Vs - Iwinukpo 30.Flavour - Party Time ft Diamond Platinum 31.Idowest x Davido - Jimasun 32.Orezi x Tekno - Whine For Daddy 33.Dj Big N - My Dear ft Don Jazzy x Kiss Daniel 34.Dj Erniyo x Spice Vision x Akobe - Igbovo 35.Tekno - Ur Luv 36.Influence Akaba - Osamakue 37.Wizkid - Soco 38.Naira Marley - Issa Goal ft Olamide x Kesh 39.Ramson Young - Knocking 40.Mr. Real - Legbegbe 41.Dbanj x Slimcase x Mr Real - Issa Banger 42.Wande Coal x Dj Tunez - Iskaba 43.Small Doctor - This Year 44.Harry Song - Ele 45.Dj Kaywise Ft Olamide - See Mary See Jesus. 46.MI Abaga - Shekpe feat. Reminisce 47.Duncan Mighty - Finish Work**

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18. EPM Podcast #64 | Andrew Red Hand

  • Published: 2014-12-19T16:33:30Z
  • By EPMMusic
EPM Podcast #64 | Andrew Red Hand

Whilst we just about recover from South London Ordnanace's EPM Podcast we now welcome the dark electro, bass and techno of Romania’s finest, Andrew Red Hand with EPM Podcast 64. Starting with a slow burn electro mix that takes in Gesloten Cirkel, Anthony Rother, Versalife, Drexciya, Suburban Knight, BMG and even the Balanescu Quartet’s take on ‘The Model’ he cranks things up a notch in the final half an hour as techno takes over with DJ Bone, DJ Skull, Scan 7 and Ultradyne joining the throng before the mix closes out with the more house styled production of D’Marc Cantu. A self-taught DJ, producer, uncompromising warrior of the underground, Andrew Red Hand has always tried to avoid the obvious trends and hype, an attitude that made none other than Aaron-Carl name him ''the Romanian Underground Resistance himself''. Born in Iasi, the second city of Romania, he's one of the first generation of DJs in town and he was there at the beginning of the underground scene in 1997 at VIP club, one of the very few clubs in the country that promoted electronic music at that time, where he learned the art of mixing and played occasionally. In the following years he organized countless events with guests across the country in different clubs, such as club Imperium where he became resident, fighting with the power of sound against the new trends that flooded Romania. In 2002 he made the first ever broadcast, live techno mix at a local radio. As a producer Andrew Red Hand is signed to 6 record labels from Detroit: Matrix Records, Twilight 76 Records, Databass Records, Cratesavers International, Detroit Techno Records, 6ONE6, as well as Belgium's Melodymathics & 8311 Music from Bulgaria. His musical productions fuse together the soul of his native town Iasi, known as 'the spiritual capital of Romania' with the futuristic electro, techno, acid sound, being characterized, in fact, by a free, no compromise exploration of electronic music, unique and groundbreaking in his country, Romania; His sound is often compared to the Detroit sound, some of his early tracks being considered by Claude Young and not only as ''true Detroit spirit music''. His music got support from the likes of Anthony Shake Shakir, Alan Oldham, DJ Bone, Terrence Dixon, Detroit Techno Militia's DJ Seoul, DJ Godfather, Sean Deason, Thomas Barnett, Mysterious Mr O of Detroit Grand Pubahs, Dave Clarke who charted and played it in his famous ''White Noise'' radio show as well as in 2008's Awakenings set, Body Mechanic in his ''Detroit Promo'' radio show, the DJs of the esteemed Global Funk Radio, New Detroit Radio ... Being a versatile skilled DJ, his sets are a musical journey, one of a kind in Romania. He plays music that stands the test of time, regardless of trends, hype or fads, starting with Detroit techno, electro/techno bass, ghetto tech, soulful jazzy house to Chicago's acid, raw jacking house, timeless classics and some other international cutting-edge electronic music too. As you will soon find out… ANDREW RED HAND LINKS Facebook Page - Soundcloud - Discogs - Youtube - EPM Podcast 64 - Andrew Red Hand Tracklist Andrew Red Hand - Underground Resistance Radio UR Intro Danny Daze feat. Translucent - Beatdown (Erika’s Spaced Up Remix) Gesloten Cirkel - Zombie Machine (Acid) Nrsb-11 - Shadow Corp Andrew Red Hand - Haze De-Stress Ekman - Sharada Anthony Rother - Schopfer Morphology - Zilog Z80 Andrew Red Hand - From Ecstasy To Agony Versalife - Below The Horizon Drexciya - You Don't Know Seldom Seen - Catwalk Suburban Knight – Elimination Balanescu Quartet - The Model Bmg & Derek Plaslaiko - The True Story Of A Detroit Groove Vidrio vs Gosub - Excelsior (Vidrio Remix) Ultradyne - Lost A1 DJ Bone - I Do DJ Skull - Power Scan 7 - The Resistance D'Marc Cantu – Grey Q&A with Andrew Red Hand 1. Was the track selection of your mix a relatively easy process? Not at all! Au contraire, I may say it was a pleasant pain. I am very careful as to what I play and these days it is very hard to find some new music comparable to the quality of the one that I grew up listening to. I admit that I am quite picky, but I'd rather play some music with substance, regardless of the year it was produced, than to pollute with some up to date nonsense, just for the sake of being actual. 2. Growing up in Iasi, Romania, what were your first experiences of electronic dance music? In terms of discovering music it was a rough process as in the communist era all that you could find there was only music made here, which was not all so bad, but you had lots of propaganda music as well. My father had a friend who recorded some reel to reel tapes with all sorts of great international music that I was messing with on our Russian Majak reel to reel player. Then after the 89 revolution we had plenty of music on cassettes but mostly it was commercial crap but I found some good ones over the years too. As the home internet arrived late here, I was recording from Viva's Housefrau & Berlin House, 94-95 TV shows and MCM's techno on VHS and then on cassette tape - haha. I discovered a lot of high quality stuff, there I first saw Carl Craig or DJ Hell mixing and I learned a lot of great music as well. Then we gathered at club VIP in 97, where our underground movement started and I had access to great music, Berlin Detroit - A Techno Alliance CD comes up now in my mind. In terms of ''clubbing'', we here in Iasi were one of the first cities in Romania who had the guts to promote electronic music back in the day. In the early 90s we had a bar called ‘Cocktail’ here where some future to be DJs were playing music on some CD players & turntables. It wasn’t until 95-96 when there was a club called ‘Nr 1’ where the resident DJ held a few house/techno parties that I attended. The rest of the nights there were commercial dance music. All the underground movement started at VIP club in 97 and I had the chance to be around. We were a handful of people but I think that those were the most honest and sweet local parties ever. Then in 2000 we had a great club named ‘39’, that was the first club in the country that had 2 rooms, techno being played in 1, house in the other. Those were the heydays of high quality music being played out here. Then trends invaded and the destructive order begun and it continues to this day... 3. How has Romania changed since the 1989 revolution? Do you remember life under the Communist regime? Romania has changed since the 89 revolution, whose flame started in my city Iasi btw. The main problem is that our revolution was kind of stolen, the dictator Ceausescu has been killed in 89, after almost 50 years of communism, but not after his Security and others unknown killed more than 1100 people and injured more than 3500. His political slave Ion Iliescu, a former prime secretary of the communist party in my city came into power immediately, sadly. So after that we started to have a democratic regime built by a communist with his close friends. And here we are after 25 years, we have a brand new president which is from the German minority. He is being accused of involvement in international traffic of our Romanian children and who, as former mayor, took care to return illegally, among others, the former Gestapo headquarters to his German association. Nazi? At the bottom, they're all the same communist mofos rotating themselves with their new-born puppets. I never voted, I don't want to legitimize their destructive system and I don't want to hurt my people! 50 years of Communism were enough, I guess at least 50 must pass in order to clean their mess. Yes I remember life under the communist regime, mofos made me a pioneer too for the few years until the revolution. I was even advanced as a group commander too haha. And the first teacher was beating the hell out of us with the ruler on the hands. But I could not be brainwashed and I don't forget! I was lucky enough as my mother worked in the grocery store and I had food, but I saw lots of people suffering from hunger. When Ceausescu introduced the food ration to pay back the money from those economic terrorists called IMF, I started to see rows of like 50 people standing in cold winters at 5 AM for 1 kilo of milk everyday! And most of them there were old folks. There was a specific list and little amount of food a family could get with that card. You had to shut your mouth, not criticize the regime or elsewhere you were beaten to death if someone would tell the police. Lots of people were thrown in jail and killed. People including my mother were forced to go to China-like parades for the dictator and his retarded wife. And even after this criminal times the true Romanian spirit still lives on, has resisted. People were still thinking free and making fun of them quietly. And the baddest thing the Communist mofos did to me is to kill my dearest person, my everything, my mother! In the early 90s in the days of the former communist mofo Ion Iliescu, there was no blood control in the dirty hospitals and everyone could donate without a check. And when my mother needed a transfusion they inject her a contaminated one with Hepatitis C, basically they sentenced her to death. This year, after a long time and brave fight, my dear mom has died! And there were thousands of similar cases! So I invite anyone to come and find out what our nation is all about but don't miss the villages! You'll find hard-working warm people with huge souls and positive spirits and a quite a beautiful country as well. Not as the false international media depicts us, showing mostly the criminals, beggars and all that. That's not the real Romania! 4. Why has the music of Detroit had the biggest impact on you? Because they're the creators of this marvelous thing called techno! Their creativity doesn't stop at techno though, they took so many genres to another level, being straight techno, electro or even house etc. Not to mention Motown and the multitude of talented artists in a lot of music. In terms of pushing the boundaries Detroit artists are the kings! There is something special in that area. I know there have been some hard times for them over the years, but I guess that it helped in the end, I've noticed that struggling forces you to be more creative. And a way of escaping may be by doing music, you can get out mentally at least. You need to have a lot of talent and vision to make a track like ‘Night Drive’ in 1985 and today, after almost 30 years, to still sound like tomorrow. After all, I think the test of time is the most feared critic and making music that can stand it is any artist's goal. Detroit guys did it successfully. It's a dream come true for me to release music on their legendary labels and working with them always inspires me to do more than I normally can, so I am always very thankful and greatly honored! But I am quite sad sometimes to see some of them adjusting their sound more or less to the trends, I am always expecting from Detroit music that amazes me, not predictable or trendy. 5. Your mix starts with an Underground Resistance Radio Intro. How did you come into contact with UR and what effect has their music and ideology had on you as a DJ and producer? Oh yes I did that intro by cutting and mixing some of Mr Banks' words for my three mixes I had the immense honor to do for Underground Resistance's Radio UR. I think it sums up two important messages that people tend to forget: to not allow yourself to be programmed and to ''kill'' the radio station, the major source of controlling everyone's mind. And I was very pleasantly surprised to see that they use it for one of their promo videos for their Radio UR. I came into contact with some of them since the myspace era and I think before that too but I finally met them when they came here in Bucharest at Rokolectiv in 2008 to perform as Interstellar Fugitives. I love this project! There was DJ Skurge, Jon Dixon, Cornelius Atlantis, Frankie Fultz (special shout out for making that lovely artwork for me) and my hero Mad Mike Banks. Great talk and amazing people. Mr Banks even had the amiability to take a picture with me, unmasked, while I was melting down! Haha. We all know he's not into pictures at all. It was the most inspiring and breathtaking experience ever. Like seeing the past present and future of Detroit's electronic music right in front of your eyes. I'll never forget when Cornelius aka Atlantis asked me to get him on stage, as the ISF plan was. I had covered my face with their famous scarf and wearing a home-made UR t-shirt, I got Cornelius on stage blindfolded as if I would have caught and handcuffed him, the Interstellar Fugitive. And then I let him go and the astonishing performance begun. Well their ideology wasn't new to me, I mean it was new in terms of how to apply it to music. When I found out about UR it was like a confirmation that I was on the right track as a DJ with my combat against the mediocre music that was being spread everywhere here in Romania. But the idea of (underground) resistance is old and I read about it on our people's resistance against the communism. When Churchill basically sold our nation to the communist Stalin, at the Yalta Conference, the newly arrived communists started to eliminate anyone who did not want to adopt their criminal vision and in order to resist, a lot of people had to retreat in the mountains. Tons of them have been thrown in jails for not giving up their beliefs and a lot of them managed to resist, while some were murdered sadly. As a producer their music influenced me in terms of opening up my horizons first of all. I think almost everything they released is quite amazing in terms of quality and depth and every time I play it, it gives me a sort of strength and touches me in a special way. UR is at the forefront of electronic music, no doubt. Their artist’s music stands the test of time and inspires so many people to do their stuff and push the boundaries as much as possible. I think the world needs more visionaries like Mad Mike Banks! And less loop players that push monitors onto their zombies…haha! 6. How is the techno / dance music scene now in Romania? Now? It's a circus world: clowns, clones and zombies. It wasn't always like that! On a large scale Romania did not find out about the greatest, the high end forms of electronic music sadly, like Detroit techno / electro, Chicago house or others. It's deeply buried in the low end ones. Here's why: prior to 2000 the few underground DJs that existed were playing what they wanted, mostly house, but it was free, quite diverse music and hence people were pretty open minded. When the progressive-house trend hit, most DJs quickly moved to it and so the destructive order had begun. No more diversity, the same crap all night. And as we know linearity is the death of creativity. When this thing so called minimal started to be in vogue, again the same DJs jumped on the bandwagon. Same sounds all night, ridiculous loops all over, no more advanced music. It's the same bad situation today too. So if anyone wants to ''thank'' some well known guys from here for this situation, they should start with the [a:rpia:r] guys who were part of this and spread this sub-mediocre music since its inception, the progressive-house era. And their clones too, who are spreading as well exclusively this mnml and its failed hybrids for ages. So Romania is dominated by trend-shifting DJs that would play any trendy music as long as they have cash in their pockets. They don't give a funk about the quality of music and its real impact on people. And so the level of knowledge of people regarding more advanced music is kept by these guys to a level close to 0, to their benefit. But sadly you can't live eating only burgers to McDonald's and listening to junk electronic exclusively. I think that the new young generations should hear first all the history and the greatest music ever made, before being bombarded with crap from everywhere. If you don't have some filters through which you analyze the music, then you'll believe that everything is good. In order to discern the high-end from the low-end you have to have some knowledge, otherwise there is a major risk of becoming a zombie follower. Many DJs have transformed over the years in audio programmers, false prophets of sound and people must be aware of that! They're like wolves in sheep's clothing now, ready to fool you with their crappy music, using their notoriety. And this is my mission, to inform and play to the people the greatest music that can inspire them as it inspired me, touch their hearts, brains and minds and raise the level of awareness in order to avoid becoming a zombie machine. No trends, hype, or BS... I think am I the only guy that has the guts to play some Detroit electro and even straight techno here or some raw acid, if you can believe... 7. Any production / release plans for 2015? Yes, I have some. I may say that doing music saved my life in 2014... So for 2015 I have a special EP dedicated to my dearly missed mother. I have the immense honor to release it on one of the labels I always greatly admired, Holland's finest MOS Recordings! It will be some house, techno, acid, funk, some church bells, rain, choirs, strings, etc... made with sighs, tears and sorrow. And I have an electro EP that will be out on my favorite underground label, Detroit Underground, the cool label of Kero. ''Inspiring Memories'' EP - 1 track dedicated to Underground Resistance that I named it ''Fugitive For One Night'', in memory of that magic night when I met them, and also a track dedicated to Bass Agenda (Nr 86), the great radio show where I had the honor to be interviewed this year by the good man Andy! And there will be some remixes on the EP too. I had the honor to do some remixes for some Detroit legends that are about to see the light: one for Sean Deason's classic ''The Shit'', which is the first electro remix for this hot classic, it will be out on his Morpheus Records, a sublabel of his iconic Matrix Records, where I had the pleasure to release my EP ''Life-Changing Experiences'' this year. Then a techno remix for Thomas Barnett's ''Lord Of The Sith'' that will come out on his dope Vissilusion. And a deep electro-funk remix for Niko Marks as well (tba). Also I made an electro track ''Robot Battles'' that will be out on a CD compilation with some great electro artists, on Remote Influence. I also did an electro remix for the Spanish Sbles3plex for their upcoming album on Fundamental Bass Intelligence, and an electro? remix for W1b0, out soon on Bass Agenda Recordings. 8. What’s the best way to keep warm in the cold winter months? Doing music. In winter I do a lot. Sadly the winters are not snow filled anymore as they used to be when I was a child. They were like in fairytales, beautiful, with a lot of snow, especially those at my grandparents! Now it barely snows, there were years with almost nothing and the temperature increased too, so the snow last for fewer days anyway. So I guess if someone will convince the biggest polluters USA and China to change then we're gonna have some amazing cold and snowy winters again. 9. Where does the tag ‘Red Hand’ come from? It's a real one, a red port-wine stain, a birthmark that I have on my entire left hand. I love it. I'm half man, half amazing ... so beware of the Red Hand haha! Perhaps the most famous is Mikhail Gorbachev's, he has a small one on his forehead. Actually the mark saved me from going to the army. I hate the army, especially if I have to do it with some former communists. Never! I was sent by the authorities to the military hospital so they can check the mark and after I was complaining to the doctor that according to our laws you could not join army if you had a major mark on your body and more than that I will not allow any post-communist mofo to mop the floor with me, he postponed me with 1 year. Pretty convincing. The next year they removed it from being mandatory, so I could raise them the middle finger laid back. In the meantime I have talked to a friend who knew some authorities and I was safe, with a pack of good coffee there would be no army for me haha. So I was covered anyway! 10. What is your all time Top 10? Wow, it's pretty hard to pick only 10. There are hundreds of pieces of amazing music that I love in many genres ! Ok, I'll name some that come up in my mind now. So in no particular order, except for position nr 1 & 2, which are perhaps the most well known Romanian musical masterpieces, done by 2 geniuses from my area of the country Moldova, first is Ciprian Porumbescu's - the Ballad for Violin and Orchestra. If someone wants to hear how the soul, the beauty and the pain of the Romanian spirit sound in one masterpiece, that's it. And then the Romanian Rhapsody by George Enescu, another timeless art of our nation. Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, I love it all but part 1 is killing me! The most profound and haunting music ears can hear imo. I dig Wilhelm Kempff's interpretation and my good friend Matei S.'s ones too. He used to play at our National Theatre when he was a child and he really can transmit the message to the point of me melting down in the seat haha. Chopin Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 - as everyone knows, astonishing! Coming back to our electronic enviroment - Jeff Mills - Blue Potential, with Montpelier Philharmonic Orchestra, to me this is the next level of techno! I knew it ... I am amazed everytime I hear this concert, Gamma Player is f**king insanely goosebumping and extra-terestrial interpretated !! (3.5 on RA, roflmao) UR - Final Frontier - I can't pick one favorite track from Mr Banks as I love his music, but I think on this one angels came down to Submerge and played the strings with him or something. Best acid electro masterpiece ever, heavenly! Model 500 - Night Drive. I'll never get tired of it. One of Godfather's of Techno masterpiece, enough said ... Sade - It Is A Crime. I love Sade, her music is a medicine for soul. Bring her to Romania, fools! John Lee Hooker - Chill Out & The Healer. John Lee Hooker is my favorite blues man. And as he said ''Blues is the healer''! His music really helped me to get over a problem some years ago. Thank you Mr JLH! I regret I never saw him live. Stevie Wonder - I Just Called To Say I Love You - this is one of my favourite childhood songs. I remember when I was a kid a friend of mine got a cassette from abroad and we both fell in love with this, we played the hell out of that tape over and over again that day. And the list goes on and on... Ok so thanks much for the interview EPM! It is a big honor! Warm greetings from Iasi to everyone. And... beware of the Red Hand! You can subscribe to all of EPM’s podcasts via iTunes. For more information about EPM’s digital distribution and other services:

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19. "We Got Fangs This Year" (feat. Alex Ludovico & Curly Castro) [Small Professor Remix]

Three years under the curtain. Dust on the trench coat. Stomach empty. Diner windows daring you to come in and eat. After hours spots whispered in a bottle, hummed under dimly lit corners where the tables are empty. In Philadelphia, where there are no limits, no rules. Anything can go on. This is the world of Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers. This is Noir Hop. This is 'Weak Stomach' EP. The first release since 2010's 'Broken Clocks' EP, 'Weak Stomach' EP is a collection of shabby pulp scribbles from Zilla Rocca and his taillight chasers The Shadowboxers. For this assignment, his Wrecking Crew gin buddy Curly Castro (Man Bites Dog Records) and Chi-Town drum roller Alex Ludovico joined in-house card shark Blurry Drones for the knockout drops. Small Professor (Coalmine Records) and Has-Lo (Mello Music Group) took time away from fitting cement shoes to lend beats that hit your head like cheap wine. Compiling legitimate liquor from previous Shadowboxers juke joints and Alex Ludovico's 'Winning/Losing' plus new cuts like a Beatles cover ("Maxwell's Silver Hammer), a posse cut in honor of Walter White ("We Got Fangs This Year"), an ode to NYC blade runners ("Blood on Blood Converse), and crippled romance molded around a stark Elliot Smith lineage ("Stay Clean Remix"), 'Weak Stomach' EP is a real sharp shooter, a precursor for the forthcoming LP 'No Vacation For Murder' (which features Roc Marciano, The Kid Daytona, Geechie Suede, Open Mike Eagle, and more). Welcome back to Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers' brand of gunshot jazz. And don't speak to the weak of heart. Don't eat on a weak stomach -- play your part Free Download:

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20. DJ Lyriks Presents Afrobeats New Bounce 8.0

  • Published: 2016-10-06T00:52:37Z
  • By DjLyriks
DJ Lyriks Presents Afrobeats New Bounce 8.0

The 8th installment of the consistent series in an effort to bring new music from africa, UK and US diaspora. Enjoy and share. Feedbacks are always welcome. Tracklist: 1. Joey B - U x Me 2. Patoranking ft Sarkodie - No Kissing Baby 3. Eugy ft Mr. Eazi - Body 4. Ali Kiba ft M.I. - Aje 5. Tiwa Savage - Bang Bang 6. Praiz ft Jesse Jagz, Stonebwoy - Body Hot 7. Runtown ft Wizkid, Machel Montano - Bend Down Pause Remix 8. Ayo Jay ft Chris Brown & Kid Ink - Your Number Remix 9. Chibbz - Dey Want it 10. Stormrex ft ill bliss - 30 11. Phyno - E Sure For Me 12. Mr. Eazi ft Sarkodie - Anointing 13. Dj Jimmy Jatt ft Wizkid - Feeling the Beat 14. Patoranking ft Wizkid - This Kind Love 15. Solidstar ft Patoranking & Tiwa Savage - Wait Remix 16. Trey Beatz ft Victoria Kimani & Ice Prince - Ngozi 17. Davido X Akon X Runtown - Chilling 18. Dj Big N ft Wizkid & Dr. Sid 19. Vision Dj ft Mr. Eazi - This Year 20. Jidenna - Just A Lil Bit More 21. Yemi Alade - Want You 22. Fuse ODG ft Zack Knight & Badsha - Bombae 23. Sheyman - Ball Properly 24. L.A.X - Gimme Dat 25. YCee - Omo Alaji 26. Dotman - Akube 27. Chip ft Burna Boy - Reaching 28. E.L. - Kaa Bu Ame 29. R2Bees - Hi 30. Eno ft StoneBwoy - Touch Your Body 31. D-Black ft Sarkodie - Omega 32. Dj Neptune - Marry 33. DMW ft Davido, Dremo, Mayorkun - Back to Back 34. Shaydee - Pon de Floor 35. Maleek Berry - Kontrol 36. Runtown ft Demarco - Walahi Remix 37. Ice Prince - Excellency 38. Windy D - Disappear 39. Reekado Banks - Standard 40. Dr. Cryme ft Sarkodie - Koko Sakora 41. King Promise - Go Down 42. Rison - Maradona 43. Bisa Kdei - Jw3 44. L.A.X. - Fine Boy 45. Orezi ft Wizkid X Timaya - Ogede 46. MzBel ft Ramz Nic - Slowly 47. Dj Xclusive X Masterkraft - Shawarma 48. Ama Benjamin ft Mampintsha - Naak Musiq 49. Dj Naves ft Sphectacula & Professor - KOTW Anthem 50. Yves Tukillas - Bayeza 51. Big Nuz - Phaqa 52. Tiwa Savage ft Don Jazzy - African Waist 53. Mr. Eazi X MzVee - Jejely 54. Ketchup Ft Davido - Baby Oh 55. Patoranking - Make Am 56. Staff Paulo X Gaia Beat - Desarruma (Afrohouse) 57. Staff Paulo X Gaia Beat - Sapaleme 58. Victoria Kimani - Booty Bounce 59. Wisa Gried - Mentse Bo (Calling You) 60. Diamond Platinumz ft P-Square - Kidogo 61. Dotorado Pro - African Scream 62. Franko - Telephone 63. SUDAN - What A Feeling 64. Small Doctor ft Olamide - You Know BOOKINGS: 347.278.1033/GMAIL: [email protected] SOCIAL NETWORK: TWITTER: djlyriks6 INSTAGRAM: djlyriks YOUTUBE: djlyriks Please Pay Paypal Tips to [email protected]

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