Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Midweek Drops

Here we are yet again at the midpoint of the week and we're ready to unleash a little funk on your hump day.  It looks to be a sunny rest of the week for all us SoCal folks so I hope for your sake it's the same wherever you're reading this from.  This week MTH's got 7 new tracks to get you nodding your head at your desk, it's about that time to start thinking about the weekend y'all.  So without further ado...
¡MiGente! (Original Mix) by DJEJ
First up is a bleepy moombahton jam from DJEJ.  He says he's been heavily influenced by Sazon Booya and you can hear it in this sucka.  Love the raucous crowd thrown in for effect.
The Bellle Star "Iko Iko" - Zee Reach Moombahton Edit by Zee Reach
Next we have the Belle Star classic given the über modern moombah flip by the dude Zee Reach.  This is a great update of what has been and will continue to be a house party staple.
And here we have Orlando's finest, BIGMAKK flipping Sean Paul's "Shake That".  Another great update for the modern audience who still appreciate that ragga feel when they hit the club.
Digital T - Reminisce (Unmastered) DVR002 preview by Deadly Viper Recordings
This is a preview of a new Digital T track coming in April on Deadly Viper Records and it's laid back feel is a great mid-set slow down for everyone to catch their breath.  Diggin' it.
MRTN feat. Lovisa Negga - Slow (Jason Kid Remix) by TOP BILLIN
Now here's two remixes of the MRTN track "Slow".  Top Billin had 81 submissions for their remix competition and this one from Jason Kid (not the baller) took home the silver medal but I'm really loving the 80's vibe so I'm featuring it here along with the super dope radical JayyFresh remix.
MRTN - Slow (JayyFresh Remix) by JayyFresh
FEADZ & KITO "Electric Empire" EP snippet by edbangerrecords
And as an extra special bonus I'm including this mini-mix of the forthcoming Ed Banger release from Feadz and Kito.  Sounds like the French aren't letting up their grip on the girly electro tracks and who would want them to??

And that's it for this week.  Stay tuned next week for another installment of the Midweek Pull.

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