“The Blob is 32 minutes of beats & sounds that have otherwise been orphaned by their hell-bound father. It is largely unmixed and occasionally offensive. James Lynch played bass on the one that sounds like an elf orgy. Allyson Baker played guitar on the last one. Mastered by Joey Raia.” – Aesop Rock
The artist formerly known as Mick Boogie returns with a special Outkast loosies mix for your listening pleasure. We’ll pass the mic to him: Greetings Earthling: Outkast, hands down, is one of my favorite groups of all time – in any genre of music. Their music set trends, defined a generation, and created a mood [cont.]
Born in Brooklyn, hailing from Hempstead, with parents of Caribbean descent, Hus Kingpin cut his teeth overseas, as he launched his career on Tokyo label Goon Trax. With a rapid overseas following, Hus returned to the states and signed a deal with burgeoning Indy label Mello Music Group to release his Roc Marciano assisted The [cont.]
New EP from Girl Talk and Philadelphia Freeway Broken Ankles This EP is a continuous mix with no breaks in between songs. It is intended to be listened to as a whole with gapless playback. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
One year ago, I started a mixtape / podcast series called Hellafine Fridays. Today, a mix from that series, The Arrival Of Kendrick Lamar, broke 10,000 plays on Soundcloud. This is a small feat in comparison to Kanye numbers, but it is a small milestone that I hit for the first time today. In “celebration” [cont.]
T.I.’s fallen label signee delivers the posthumous mixtape release, Definition Of A Trapper 3, featuring collaborations with Tip, Trae The Truth, Young Dro, and more.
In tradition of some of my other artist-centric mixes like “The Arrival Of Kendrick Lamar”, Pusha T “My Crown Weighs A Ton”, and Wu-Tang Killa B-Sides, I decided to focus on Danny Brown next, as he has a large catalog of loose tracks, b-sides, and remixes out there and is currently one of my favorite [cont.]
Canadian Raekwon affiliate JD Era delivers this continuous mix of old and new material, Bars Vol. 1.
In preparation for their upcoming album, You’re Welcome, De La Soul released the first of two mixtapes leading up its release. Today we have the Smell The Da.I.S.Y. (Da Inner Soul Of Yancey) mixtape, which puts De La Soul over J. Dilla beats. Next up will be the De La Soul / Pete Rock / [cont.]
15 new tracks from Crooked I’s Horseshoe Gang affiliates, hosted by DJ Far. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Sean C & LV deliver their new album, Loud Dreams Vol. One, featuring new music from Pusha T, A$AP Ferg, Raekwon, Busta Rhymes, Big K.R.I.T., Asher Roth, Styles P, Bun B, Fabolous, A$AP Twelvy, Dom Kennedy, Smoke DZA, and more.
King Los drops his Zero Gravity 2 mixtape, which includes guests Royce Da 5’9, Kid Ink, Mario, Kid Ink, Lola Monroe, Jeremiah, and others. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Bleek is back with a new mixtape, The Movement Part 2, which includes guest shots from Sean Price, Rob Kelly, Freeway, Peedi Crack, and more. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Looks like XV plans to obliterate us with a ton of content this month, as he continues his #MarchMadness mixtape series with 16 new freestyles on his new Sweet Sixteens mixtape. 01 The Bait (Bait)
New music from Mr. X-To-The-V’s March Madness series. 01 What’s New (prod. by Big Jerm) 02 My Town (prod. by Zuki Modunkwu & Jay Beatz) 03 Canned Laughter (Freestyle) 04 Melrose (prod. by Childish Gambino) 05 Everyday Life (prod. by The Awesome Sound) 06 Never Noticed (prod. by The Awesome Sound) 07 Barry Sanders (prod. [cont.]
In celebration of AWKWORD‘s history-making first-ever 100% for-charity global Hip Hop album World View, the activist rapper and project sponsor DJBooth release a brand-new, 19-track FREE Bonus Disc. The 86-minute album takes listeners across four continents and 11 countries, with contributions from the likes of Harry Fraud, Jadakiss, Joell Ortiz, Sean Price, Slug of Atmosphere, [cont.]
Reks teams with Hazardis Soundz for his new mixtape, which includes guest shots from NORE, Termanology, Wrekonize, Wais P, and more.
Spring is here, so that means Hellafine Fridays is back, to get your asses in shape for pool season (mine too) – so this mix is designed to do just that. This episode is representative of how I have been playing in the club lately, and also reflects my tastes across many different genres. Where [cont.]
Vince Staples returns with Shyne Coldchanin Vol. 2, produced largely by No I.D. Guest shots from Jhene Aiko and James Fauntleroy.
Green Lantern teams with trapscallion, Valentino Khan, for his Know About Me Vol. One mixtape. 1. GREEN LANTERN “TRIUMPH” (PREVIEW) 2. GREEN LANTERN “THE CHAMP IS HERE” (V.I.P. SNIPPET) 3. GENT AND JAWNS “SWIZZY” 4. MEAUX GREEN & TROPKILLAZ “PUMP UP THE VOLUME” 5. MAYHEM AND ANTISERIUM “CRY BABY” 6. HENRY FONG “STAND UP” (MILO [cont.]
- Uncle Murda – “Hands Up” (feat. Maino & Jay Watts)
- T.I. – “Don’t Tell ‘Em (Remix)”
- Jermaine Dupri – “Pull Up” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign + Migos)
- Bobby Shmurda – “Hot N***a (Reggae Remix)” (feat. Mavado, Junior Reid, Popcaan & Jah X) / Fat Joe “Hot N***a (Remix)”
- Tree – “Columbia (Remix)”
- Lil Kim – “Fancy (Freestyle)”
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