Here is a brand new remix from myself & Frank Bizzle! We were both a big fan of Kaskade’s record “Atmosphere” and after hearing a few other remix’s (GTA, Chocolate Puma) we decided to put our own spin on it. Such a catchy tune we figured it needed a filthy drop! Let us know what you think!!
Here is a preview of Me & Frank Bizzle’s Original track “Lucifer”. Something a little different from us but we tested it out, and the dance floor seemed to really like it! We originally sent this track to Chocolate Puma and they gave us some really good advice and feedback. We went back in the studio and made some changes and this is what we came up with! We are still shopping around to see where this would fit. Any label suggestions please let us know!
I do not release my mashups as often as I used to when I was actively on Crack4DJS but once in a while I will release something to give back to DJ’s and fans that support my work. I make a lot of personal edits and mashups so when I preform I separate myself for other DJ’s playing the same top 50 records on Beatport. I used Holy Grail, one of my favorite songs off of Jay Z’s new album and brought it into the house scene by transitioning it into Tom & Jame ft. Robin Riccio’s new original track “Warrior”. I got some serious support on this one from a ton of different blogs and some really talented DJ’s. Juicy M supported my mashup in her podcast and I had a bunch of people come from her following to check out some of my stuff. DJ Toro, David S & DJ Yonny supported this mashup heavy on the air waves in New York. (923 Now FM). Huge thank you to anyone supporting this track! Many more to come, Stay Tuned!!
I signed my first record to LAD records a few months ago, they are a small label out of Portugal that has been signing music from a bunch of new upcoming producers in the scene. My friend Frank Bizzle, who I do a ton of production with, put me on to them after they signed one of his records. I looked at this record as another opportunity to branch out to another network. Instead of just sharing my music on Sound Cloud, Facebook and Twitter, this would give me the opportunity to put my name out there on Beatport, ITunes, Amazon etc. I made this beat “Hold Up” in my room in Staten Island NY with Salami Johnson. Salami is one of the few artists i truly support. Ive produced for him in the past and am currently mastering his new mix tape “Golden Girls”. We were actually recording a new song when he said, “Hold Up” and I then made him say it over and over again for for the next hour. The vocal in the beat “Hold Up” is Salami’s voice as well as the synth in the drop. The synth is actually his voice saying, “Hold Up” with effects on it. With a trap style & Jersey Club influence I received some really good feedback and decided to release it. Thank You for all the on going support!
4B – Hold Up – iTunes
4B – Hold Up – Beatport
4B – Hold Up – Deezer
4B – Hold Up – Spotify
4B – Hold Up – Amazon
4B – Hold Up – Junodownload
4B – Hold Up – eMusic
Here is my latest set! It includes some exclusive mashups, bootlegs and my original track “Bombaclat”. I also added some of my favorite releases of this month! Check it out let me know what you think! You can find the track-listing in the description of the mix! FREE UNLIMITED DOWNLOADS!!
Last week i had the opportunity to do 3 events with Cleveland’s own Machine Gun Kelly. I Started off at Mansion Nightclub in Brick NJ. I had one of my artists ((Salami Johnson)) warm up the stage with 2 records i produced “Damn Flute, Let Me See You Twerk”. Then we hit the after party at Ikon Lounge in Sayreville NJ. NVA & Mikey P warmed up the main room as Cartel Music’s own BIG O & Mike Gip had the basement on tilt! Both events were wall to wall! MGK showed some major love to (P.I.C.) 2 artists out of Jersey that now live in Florida. They both drove up from Florida to see MGK preform in there home state. P.I.C. Warmed up the stage at the 3rd event the next night at Chill Lounge in Montclair NJ. MGK brought some serious energy to each event, especially the last one where he climbed across a beam on the ceiling and fell into the crowd. Being attacked by attacked by 700 teens did not stop him preforming what so ever! I had the opportunity to introduce Jersey Club Music to MGK as well as his producer SLim Gudz who i shared the set with all three events. I played DJ Sliink’s remix of Ocho Cinco and not only did the crowd respond heavily but MGK definitely “TURNT UP”!!! The most memorable moment of the 3 events had to be when MGK came over to me and requested that id play “Space Jam”. I really didnt see that coming but it actually went over crazy!! Overall we had 3 extremely successfull events. Shout out to MGK & his entire team along with Bad Boy Records! Looking forward to linking up with them again in the future.
Im sure you have heard already but Big Sean released a new song “Control” featuring Jay Electronica and Kendrick Lamar. Kendrick Lamar who i have been a fan of for some time now came out hard! Ive been telling people that his album was the first classic album that has dropped in 5-10 years. We haven’t had an instant classic in hip hop in a long time. With his flow and lyricism he really brings the roots of real hip hop back to life. Not saying he has brought back real hip hop or changed the game because thats too big of a statement but i do believe he has made an imprint in the game to make a change. He DID NOT come out and diss other artists. He challenged them in a way to inspire them to do better. He made a statement to say that he wants to be the best and no matter what you represent or who you are he is coming for your spot. If you were not mentioned in the verse, YES you should be worried, you should step your game up even more then the artists that were mentioned. Joel Ortiz and Papoose had 2 really good freestyles but at the end of the day it wasn’t a diss track. Tyga responded the best way by thanking Kendrick Lamar. He explained how he has made soo much money lately that he has lost inspiration to be better and this song inspired him. Way too many artists are too comfortable because of all the money they have and all the money they are making. Look back into the 90′s Big hit records would last atleast 6 months, now they last a month if your lucky. The quality of music has been downgraded and with the help of the radio songs are getting played out way too fast. Someone like Funkmaster Flex should be the only DJ to break a new record. Hip Hop should go back to being exclusive. From 12-7pm i shouldn’t hear the newest record 10 times. The earlier time slots should be opening for the main time slots just like how you open for a DJ in a club. Instead you hear 10 of the same songs in every time slot. But thats just my opinion on getting Hip Hop back to where its supposed to be. I think more people should listen to Rosenberg as well because all the guys he supports are about to blow up. There are tons of talented artists out there, some of them i support more than others. New Jersey’s own Brick Bandit “Bleszt” had the dopest “Control” Freestyle in my opinion. It was really awesome to see Dj’s from jersey really supporting it as well. You dont see a lot of unity now days, everyone is out for themselves. Seeing everyone share this link really made a statement. What do you think of it?