When I first listened to Chris Webby I wasn’t so convinced. I kinda thought he wouldn’t impress me after the first impression but as time has gone my opinion has slowly changed. With this remix I’m totally convinced he’s the f*cking man and I really think Webby is gonna be that dude.
In saying that I don’t wanna take all the glory away from Dirty Dreams, a new DJ/Producer duo represented by DJ Philly Blunts and DJ Nawte. These two have been doing big things lately and have worked for artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Chip Tha Ripper, Mickey Factz, Young Money and more.
Recently spotted this “Why? Where? What?” remix by King Fantastic DJ/Producer, Troublemaker. The original track is crazy, but he mixes it up with a little Rusko dubstep that just goes stupid dumb. With this track King Fantastic may have replaced my puppy Lady* on my “Favorite Thangs List”. I know you’ll dig this. Cool.
Download: King Fantastic + Rusko – Why? Where? What? (Troublemaker Edit)
Colorado DJ/Producer/Super remix bro Pretty Lights comes through with this remix of “All of the Lights” off Kanye’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. He turns the already hot track in to somewhat of a dubstep/electro hybrid and throws in some Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. The original was dope. The remix is dope. DOPE. Cool.
King Fantastic is legend. The two man team of emcee Killer Reese One and DJ/producer Troublemaker have created their own genre of music – west coast synthesizer beach bum gangsta music. It’s a half west coast gangster, half electro, and full aggressive. First time I heard it I didn’t know whether to dance or shoot the stomp the kid in the library who was ice grillin’ me over the top of his molecular chemistry book. I’ve have UF sorority girls dancing around to Troublemakers beats while Killer Reese spit about beating murder charges – the girls loved it. I posted the video for their track “Why? Where? What?” last week and got a nice response. Check out the tracks in the post, then head on over to their website to get there first project for free. Don’t worry though, y’all can thank me later. Good talk. Cool.