New DJ mix from me, Matt Shadetek, that I put together to promote our party next Friday Mar. 27th at Glasslands in Brooklyn.Â The mix is called “Get Drunk and Lose Your Phone”, which is precisely what I expect you to come out and do with us next week.Â Don’t worry, you’ll get another one and probably find that cute girl’s number again, maybe.Â I included tracks from Kingdom and Uproot Andy who will both be playing, along with some stuff by me of course.Â The first tune is a brand new exclusive 4×4 Tropical remix of The Dream’s “Rockin’ That Shit” that I just made.Â I love The Dream, his new album is great and is apparently doing really well.Â If you had told me a few years ago I would be listening to and making housey R+B I would have laughed in your face.Â Ha!Â Here we are in 2009.Â Anyway, enjoy the mix, it’s the third installment in our Dutty Artz Podcast, following Lamin’s Recession Rap Mix.
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LISTEN & DOWNLOAD:
1. The Dream – Rockin’ That Shit (Matt Shadetek Tropical Mix)
2. Schlachthof Bronx – We Nah Fraid
3. Kingdom – Mindreader feat. Shyvonne
4. Noite e Dia Ft. Puto Prata vs Quantic – Mana DanÃ§a SÃ³ (Uproot Andy Remix)
5. Blak Ryno -Ay Ya Ay Ya
6. Jahdan Blakkamoore – Go Round Payola (Matt Shadetek Bye Haters Remix)
7. Zomby – Strange Fruit
8. Jahdan Blakkamoore – Nice Green (Matt Shadetek Nice Ghost Remix)
9.Â Grupo Naidy – El BotellÃ³n (Uproot Andy Remix)
10. Vybz Kartel – Rampin’ Shop feat. Spice
cant wait to hear this shit
i wish the dutty artz party could come to london
This is a great mix — thanks for making it and distributing it here.
On the other hand, I’d like to bring to your attention the fact that the Vybz Kartel track is really quite explicitly homophobic. In all other respects, I’m with you that it’s a great and catchy song. But I thought I’d put out the idea that in the future, maybe you guys would consider not playing/incorporating homophobic songs.
Given how many other great tracks there are out there to play, why promote artists who promote these kinds of messages? Just a thought.
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