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Bird Peterson Drops Two And A Half Hour ‘Drankenstein Infinity’ Mixtape

It has definitely been a while since I posted a mixtape, and it has probably been even longer since I have posted a mix consisting mainly of trap. With that said there is always an exception to any rule and in this case it is the two and a half hour long Drankenstein Infinity mix from Mad Decent’s own Bird Peterson that fills the void. Peterson has been running the trap pretty consistently for a few years now and there is no doubt this guy has an amazing level of song recall as he runs through dozens and dozens of rap and hip-hop tracks from the 90’s until today. One thing that really impressed me about this mixtape was Peterson’s ability to utilize lyrics from multiple tracks simultaneously almost creating a brand new third track. I know that two and a half hours of trap may seem overwhelming but trust me this mix consists of so many throwbacks I can guarantee it will bring a smile to your face at somepoint, enjoy!

Goldlink – “Ay Ay” (Lindsay Lowend & Jonah Baseball Remix)

Well I was a pretty big fan of the original track from Goldlink and I am even more excited about the new twisted remix from Lindsay Lowend and Jonah Baseball. Turning up the reverb and including a handful of other intense filters and sounds the duo brings the Goldlink original “Ay Ay”  to a state of heavy glitch-hop. Keeping the vibe as fun as the original (see the video below for some next level twerking) the collaboration really delved into their libraries providing a massive amount of sounds all working together to pump this song up. Lindsay Lowend has been dropping some seriously original and exciting bass tracks, and this collaboration with new-comer Jonah Baseball is more of the same progression we have been so stoked on recently.

Tincup – Whisper [FREE DL]

A couple months ago I was turned onto the Hip-Hop/Trap producer by the name of Tincup.  I heard a song at a party that had the place going bananas and after a little research I stumbled across the man behind the music. Known for his hard hitting rage style music Tincup is back once again with a Trap club banger. Infusing some well timed hip hop samples, Whisper stays true to Mr. Tincup’s style.  Whether you are in the club trying to get your grind on or looking for some music that will pump you up look no further. Grab this one for FREE (click on the shopping cart) today and for a couple more of my favorites by Tincup and company Continue Reading below.

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Nelly – Ride Wit Me (Viceroy “Jet Life” Remix)

Viceroy has returned with his next installment in the acclaimed “Jet Life” remix series that are always offered as a free download. Previous “Jet Life” adventures have included “Pony” by Ginuwine, “Getting Jiggy Wit It,” and “This Is How We Do It” which has helped make these releases infamous. For number seven, Viceroy has brought back the St. Louis legend Nelly to do a ride along with his hit single, “Ride Wit Me.” Pumping the tropical grooves into the southern rap anthem seems to go flawlessly as this remix takes a turn towards summertime. Another great track as Viceroy picks up the pace after a great Ultra set and prepares for a whirlwind of a summer tour!

Brenmar Searches For Sanctity

Chicago production and remix genius, Brenmar, is back at it again as he gives Rick Ross’s soulful original Sanctified his own twist. With Kanye and Big Sean joining Ross on the original it quickly becomes clear why Brenmar chose to take this track to the next level. With no short of great vocals Brenmar cleverly samples Big Sean’s claim that “All I want is a hundred million dollars and a bad bitch”, I mean isn’t that the American dream at this point? With the addition of some clever snares and snaps over some glitched out effects and a heavy drum line all leading into a heavy but fun drop Brenmar truly took this track to the next level. As usual this one can be downloaded for free below as well as on Brenmar’s Soundcloud, if you aren’t familiar with Brenmar he has been quite busy this year and I would also highly suggest his new EP type project High End Times Vol. 1.

Bluntstrumentals – 4:20

There are a lot of artists out there that like to beat around the bush and allude titles to deviant behavior, but not 4:20, no sir they got right to the point. Released off of French recording label cosmonostro the compilation of instrumental music titled “Bluntstrumentals” is a collection of hip-hop instrumentals pure and simple. No this isn’t a collections of trap bangers that will summon legions of neon new age ravers ready to get “plurnt” and RAGE into the evening, this is a collection of electronically produced songs that are reminiscent of the works on Gramatik’s “Street Bangerz Vol.1 & 2.”

This 13 track collection is awesome, each track bounces and flows with the spirit of hip-hop that can bring out the linguist in anyone. 4:20 has only made blips on the electronic scene, but I am hoping for their sake that they will keep up their production, it is very exciting seeing this type of music circulating within the networks I am following. I don’t know much about 4:20 aside from what I can collect off their sound cloud and their entertaining bio, I think it’s enough to suffice. Take a look.

“I am a dynamic figure, often seen scaling walls and crushing ice. I have been known to remodel train stations on my lunch breaks, making them more efficient in the area of heat retention. I translate ethnic slurs for cuban refugees, I write award winning operas, I manage time efficiently. Occasionally I tread water for three days in a row. I woo women with my sensuous and god-like trombone playing, I can pilot bicycles up severe inclines with unflagging speed, and I cook thirty minute brownies in twenty minutes. I am an expert in stucco, a veteran in love, and an outlaw in Peru. Using only a hoe and a large glass of water, I once single-handedly defended a small village in the Amazon basin from a horde of ferocious army ants. I play bluegrass cello, I was scouted by the Mets, I am the subject of numerous documentaries. When I’m bored I build large suspension bridges in my yard. I enjoy urban hang-gliding. On Wednesdays, after school, I repair electrical appliances free of charge. I am an abstract artist, a concrete analyst, and a ruthless bookie. Critics worldwide swoon over my original line of corduroy evening wear. I don’t perspire. I am a private citizen, yet I receive fan mail.” – 4:20