It’s been 9 months since D.C. hip hop head Wale released his More About Nothing mixtape, and he explodes back with this new joint. “100 Hunnit” features Phili rapper Meek Mill (Wale’s label-mate on Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group).
J. Cole has been tearing his way up the hip hop ranks over the last two years, and to top it off, he drops his Friday Night Lights mixtape, which features artists like Drake, Wale, Omen, Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T and many more. It also features the bomb track “Blow Up,” which we posted a few months ago.
You can snag the entire mixtape for free, here.
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!
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)”
After appearing on Wale‘s Attention: Deficit and Jay-Z‘s The Blueprint 3, also appearing on B.o.B.‘s May 25th mixtape, along with an opening spot on Jay-Z’s Blueprint 3 Tour, North Carolina MC J. Cole has been busy the last year, and he shows no signs of slowing down with this grungy epic.
Hells yes, The Party Line with BC & Merch has brought you Podcast numero 6 (We don’t know how to spell 6 in Spanish). We have pretty new tracks from Wale, Eyes Lips Eyes, Big Boi and tons more. You can click the link below and listen fo-free, and even download it and jam out on the go. Take our advice and listen to us ramble on about ridiculous thangs and introduce you to some new upbeat music.
Whether it’s throwing in clips from some of the show’s greatest moments, or using the Soup Nazi as an actual sample, Wale uses one of the funniest shows of all time to make a totally kick ass mixtape.
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