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Disclosure - Latch (Lido Remix).

The supremely talented Lido just dropped the definitive version of Disclosure’s “Latch.” It’s too good to just listen once. Watch this track lift this budding producer into elite level (even though we all know he is already there).

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Neo Fresco & Nold Bayrith - PIMPIN INTL.

After months fine tuning, mixing, and mastering, Neo Fresco and Nold Bayrith finally drop their collaborative track “Pimpin Intl.” The genre blending cut is a bass junkie’s delight, filled with choice vocal samples and contrasting syncs. It’s dope from start to finish.

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Marvel The GR8 - Slap Somebody Ft. Leeboy.

Lot’s of heat over here. Marvel The GR8 makes a triumphant return with a brand new track featuring Leeboy entitled “Slap Somebody.” The hyper turnt offering is nothing short of catchy with the two rappers hitting hard bars over an energetic Dr. Ford sampled filled production. Look for more from the Pomona emcee from his forthcoming project, Postmodern Ignorance.

The Whispers - Rock Steady (Mike Gip, Dj Rell, & Fiine$$e Remix).

It’s a Jersey tri-fecta up in this. Mike Gip, Dj Rell, and Fiine$$e drop an absolute stunner with their latest collaborative remix of The Whispers’ “Rock Steady.” The original funk jam is transformed into a sensational, dance floor banger.

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AJ Orbit x B.Lewis x Dubstantial - Feels (P.A.V.).

Damn is this dope. B. Lewis, AJ Orbit, & Dubstantial come together for a monumental collaborative track entitled “Feels (P.A.V.).” The sample heavy cut borrows a dash of Outkast, a bit of Brandy, adds a heap of Jersey Club, blends it all together with a good helping of unified bass. Definitely peep this.

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Mariami - Best Friend.

Mariami returns with another soothing medley entitled “Best Friend.” The Brooklyn singer enlists the production prowess of Tito Tunes to create heartfelt tale of human connection. The tune is solid, with Mariami continuing to deliver impressive vocals that guides you from beginning to end.

Baauer - 1Snap (Slow Graffiti Remix).

You know Baauer has been in this Trap game since the beginning. After catapulting into success, the Mad Decent producer decides to toss out his music on flash drives, rather than uploading it like other lowly producers. Lucky for us, tracks like “Snap” find a way onto the internet. But today, Los Angeles based producer Slow Graffiti takes Baauer’s unreleased track and turns it up a notch on his dance floor ready remix. High energy and elevated work with this one. Keep up with the rising DJ here.

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Low Pros - Muscle (Ft. Juvenile).

Thursday turn up alert! A-Trak and Lex Luger return with their latest Low Pros track entitled “Muscle.” The twerktastic jam features solid wordplay from Juvenile and support production from Metro Boomin and High Klassified. This track should definitely see huge play all around the club/party circuit. Look for the full Low Pros EP via Fool’s Gold Records.

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Katy B - 5 AM (Hex Cougar Rework).

Yung Hex keeps the ball rolling. Hex Cougar delivers another dope rework with Katy B’s “5 AM.” The pop hit undergoes a sexy, underworld revision, with resounding bass, deep drops, and a trap inspired instrumental to keep the dance floor rocking. 

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Durkin - how we ball out.

After dropping countless dope remixes and revisions, Durkin impresses once again on his newest edit, “how we ball out.” The Rihanna hit track is transformed into a bouncy, dreamy, and almost playful medley. Make sure you keep up with the Boston producer here.

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Flyboy! - Up (EP).

Just as planned, Flyboy! drops his anticipated debut EP, UP. The four track project is quite an impressive offering for a fledgling producer. Every track seems to stand on its own with unique presence and hard hitting bass. But most importantly, the soundscape keeps the listener engaged from beginning to end. Big ups to Raw Juice records for releasing the Los Angeles producer’s debut.

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Justin Timberlake - TKO (Lido Remix).

Lido is not an unfamiliar name in the production game. This Norwegian artist has been supporting some of the most talented names in modern music. And today, Lido decides to step out on his own and drop a dope new, full length remix. It’s a bouncier, harder, more dance floor appropriate version of JT’s “TKO.” And this is just the beginning for Lido, so lettuce dance.

(Source: SoundCloud / Lido<3)

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Daft Punk Ft. Jay Z - Computerized (Prod. by Kanye West).

Well here’s a pleasant surprise. An unreleased track with Daft Punk and Jay Z just found itself online. Making it even more intriguing, the track was apparently produced by Kanye West and was originally planned to be included in Random Access Memories. The song is solid, but fans should immediately notice the departure from the French duo’s disco/funk sound. Quite frankly, Jigga seems a bit out of place as well. Either way, enjoy this little gem.

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IAMNOBODI Ft. JMSN - Reaction.

You know when JMSN connects with a talented producer, magic tends to result. This time, IAMNOBODI enlists the help of the Detroit singer/songwriter on a smooth cut entitled “Reaction.” Like always, JMSNs’ vocals wonderfully compliment the atmospheric production by the Soulection DJ. 

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R.L. Grime & What So Not - Tell Me.

RL Grime links up with What So Not on a huge new track entitled “Tell Me.” Experimental sounds with enormous drops, that pretty much sums this track from beginning to end.

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