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30 September, 2014 1:03 pm

Directed by Dugan O’Neal, produced by Oliver. From the album White Women.

5 June, 2014 7:55 pm

“LEGS” (feat. Chromeo) is the 3rd single from Chuck Inglish’s debut solo album, “Convertibles.” The album contains features from Mac Miller, Chance The Rapper, Action Bronson, Sir Michael Rocks, Vic Mensa, BJ The Chicago Kid, Buddy, Polyester The Saint, Sabi, Sulaiman and more. The album is out NOW on Sounds Like Fun Records/Federal Prism Records. [cont.]

17 January, 2014 12:50 pm

“Legs” is the brand new single from Chuck Inglish, featuring Chromeo. It will be featured on his anticipated debut solo album titled Convertibles – available April 8, 2014 via Federal Prism Records. Other collaborators on the disc include Chance The Rapper, Action Bronson, Mac Miller, Ab-Soul, and more.

31 May, 2011 12:01 am

I had the honor of spinning with A-Trak this past weekend at my regular residency, XS Las Vegas. I thought it might be a good idea to dig up this unreleased joint A-Trak did for HipHopSite.Com with his old group, Obscure Disorder, way back in 1997. We had planned to release some kind of mix [cont.]

15 October, 2010 6:25 am

Chromeo – “Money For Nothing / Bonafied Lovin’ (Live In Vegas)” (Video) from HipHopSite.Com on Vimeo. Chromeo shut the shit down 10.14.10 in Las Vegas at House of Blues. Here they perform Dire Straits’ “Money For Nothing” and their own “Bonafied Lovin’”. Speaking of which, we’ve got an exclusive little treat from the Audio Research [cont.]

2 April, 2010 5:55 pm

Bay Area production team return with all new remix album/mixtape thing, where they reimagine tracks from Zero 7, PPP, Kid Cudi, Common, Kanye West, J*DaVey, Zo! & Tigallo, Janelle Monet, Wale, Kenna, Chromeo, and more. Trackademiks Remix Tape Vol. 3 (Mixtape)

18 June, 2009 12:08 am

Lotus & Troy Dunnit “Nu Flava” guest starring P-Thugg from Sixteen Pads Films on Vimeo.

23 June, 2007 12:00 am

    It’s official. The 80′s are back. It’s everywhere – from big budget re-imaginings of 80′s properties like Transformers and Miami Vice, to reissues of classic Nike Air Jordans, the nostalgia factor for “the me decade” is bigger than ever.  But nowhere is it more prevalent than in music. Just look at many of today’s [cont.]

  Mixtape D.L.
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