There’s a LOT of music on the site. So much stuff that a lot of it slips through the cracks and some DJs get overlooked. So we’re trying something new. Instead of just posting mixes for you all to enjoy with a lot of it going unheard, we’re going to try and do a weekly feature where we feature mixes from different genres and themes. So, no more long talking and time wasting…. To the mixes!
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1. DJ RUSTY G LIVE @ THE CELLAR (PART 1) – 25.12.2011
This live set from DJ Rusty G features so many genres and spans so many time periods it’s almost guaranteed to please everyone. Love RnB? HipHop? Soca? Feeling music of the 90s more than current hits? It’s all here, J.Cole to Digital Underground, and more. Money back guarantee that you’ll like it!
2. MIGHTY DRAGON – BACK IN THE DAYZ
Ok, so if you’re like us, the music of the 90s brings back fond memories. TLC, Toni Braxton, Blackstreet, Kid N Play (yeah EARLY 90s) and other 90s RnB and hip hop will always hold a special place with you. Give this mix 15 minutes and we’re sure you’ll continue listening right through.
3. J-LAVA (DEI MUSICALE) – SOCA VS DANCE 2012
Trinidad Carnival is FAST approaching! That means the soca mixes are coming fast and furious! Let’s keep it real, most soca mixes all have the exact same songs in them with the only difference being the order. Well, this one is totally different. Dance music + Soca music = one Awesome mix. Whether you’re stuck in traffic, or need a little extra push at the gym, this mix is sure to get the job done!
4. JOHNNY THE BOY – I LOVE JOHNNY THE BOY
Do you love Dance to dance? Party? Let loose? Need a mix that’s high energy and makes you feel like you’re in a miami club? What an we say, after listening to this mix, “I LOVE JOHNNY THE BOY”. Give it a listen and see if you feel the same!
5. STEREO STEPPERS PRESENTS A TRIBUTE TO GARNETT SILK 2011
If you don’t know who Garnett Silk is, you’re not a true reggae fan! Gone way before his time he was DEFINITELY poised to be one of the greatest. Luckily he left behind a large catalog of Music & this mix captures it all. Sit back, relax and enjoy some true Jamaican reggae music.
A tribute to Garnett Silk mixtape by Stereo Steppers by Stereo Steppers
So , there you have it, just a few mixes you may have missed. If you’ve heard a mix on our site (or elsewhere) and think it should be featured, let us know! We’re all about getting good music out there for people to enjoy!!