[Mashup Monday] The White Panda | Bambooyah!

In honor of being a bit behind on Mashup Mondays, here is The White Panda’s brand-spankin’ new album, Bambooyah! I think they really outdid themselves with the mashups this time around. You can really tell The White Panda listen to an INSANE amount of music, as they find some of the most random samples and turn them into club jams. I’ve probably listened to this album, in its entirety, no less than 20 times. I’ll go ahead and give you guys some highlights…

First up, “Ignite Cherie” perfectly fits together R. Kelly’s slow-jam, “Ignition (Remix)” with The Beatshakers’ “Ma Cherie.” There’s also a twinge of Major Lazer’s “Pon De Floor.” R. Kelly’s party anthem mixes perfectly with the infectious dance beat of “Ma Cherie.”

Next, we have Don Omar’s “Danza Kuduro” mashed with the Pitbull, Ne-Yo, Afrojack, and Nayer club-hit, “Give Me Everything.” The Caribbean-flavored track from “Danza Kuduro” makes “Give Me Everything” an epic rave track.

Alright, so I definitely saved the best (and my personal favorite) for last. Mac Miller’s explosive underground hit “Donald Trump” on top of a remixed version of The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony.” Though short and sweet, the build-up for this track makes you want to lost it when the beat kicks in, and it segues perfectly into the next track, “Nightcity,” a mix of Tyga’s hit “Rack City,” and Kavinsky’s 80s, new-wave infused “Nightcall.” (You may remember it from a little (BIG) Ryan Gosling movie that came out last year called Drive.)

You can snag Bambooyah! in it’s entirety from The White Panda’s website (they have a “Pay what you want” option), and make sure to like them on Facebook because these dudes post tracks all the time.

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BC & Merch Fall 2010 Party Sampler

We’ve compiled our favorite dance and hip hop tracks to bump like crazy at your next party. From beginning to end, our Fall 2010 sampler has the music that’ll have you hittin’ the shots and grindin’ up on that special someone you won’t (want to) remember in the morning. Holla!

BC & Merch Fall 2010 Sampler

Download .zip here

Tracklist:

The Hood Internet | “Ignition (R. Kelly vs. Majer Lazer)”

Yuksek feat. Amanda Blank | “Extraball (B-Ju Remix)”

The Cool Kids | “Pump Up The Volume (Flosstradamus Remix)”

Mashup-Germany | “Replay Kids (Chiddy Bang & MGMT vs. Iyaz)”

Kid Sister feat. David Banner | “Family Reunion”

Kanye West feat. Common | “Throw Some (Cousin Cole Remix)”

Major Lazer & La Roux | “Independent Kill”

Big Boi feat. Cutty | “Shutterbug”

The Beatards | “Get Lite”

Murs feat. Will.I.Am | “Lookin’ Fly”

Wale feat. Justice | “W.A.L.E.D.A.N.C.E.”

Kidz In The Hall feat. Pusha T, Bun B & The Cool Kids | “Drivin’ Down The Block (Remix)”

Flosstradamus | “Act A Fool (Lil Jon vs. Zombie Nation)”

[New Release] Dr. Dre feat. Jay-Z | “Under Pressure”

Here’s the first glimpse and Dr. Dre‘s long awaited Detox album with the leak of “Under Pressure.” It features Jay-Z and has a bit more of an electronic sound than you’d expect from the father of G-Funk.

Dre has announced that the track is not complete, and was not “supposed” to get out. As you can see, it has no chorus and is definitely rough around the edges (and the “New Music Cartel.com drops get annoying), but the fact that we have some idea of what Detox will be is exciting.

Dr. Dre feat. Jay-Z | “Under Pressure” [mp3]

It’s been over a decade since Dre released his Grammy-winning “2001,” the follow-up to his other Grammy-winning classic, 1992’s “The Chronic.” Detox will apparently feature 50 Cent, Eminem, D12, The Game, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Lady Gaga, Ashanti, T.I., Pharrell, Common, R. Kelly, and Busta Rhymes, among others. Man, that was a friggin’ mouthful.

[New Release] Dr. Dre feat. Jay-Z | “Under Pressure”

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Here’s the first glimpse and Dr. Dre‘s long awaited Detox album with the leak of “Under Pressure.” It features Jay-Z and has a bit more of an electronic sound than you’d expect from the father of G-Funk.

Dre has announced that the track is not complete, and was not “supposed” to get out. As you can see, it has no chorus and is definitely rough around the edges (and the “New Music Cartel.com drops get annoying), but the fact that we have some idea of what Detox will be is exciting.

Dr. Dre feat. Jay-Z | “Under Pressure” [mp3]

It’s been over a decade since Dre released his Grammy-winning “2001,” the follow-up to his other Grammy-winning classic, 1992’s “The Chronic.” Detox will apparently feature 50 Cent, Eminem, D12, The Game, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Lady Gaga, Ashanti, T.I., Pharrell, Common, R. Kelly, and Busta Rhymes, among others. Man, that was a friggin’ mouthful.