Looking for mixtapes to post for you guys on Mondays is getting harder and harder to find…good ones that is! We came across this little gem and thought you might enjoy it. Hiphop Flavours Vol.3 is mixed by DJ Alamaison from Amsterdam…straight classic hip hop. Nuff’ said. Enjoy!
So Much Soul Clothing and DJ Big Red-1 have come together to bring you an assortment of musical pleasantries. “Value Plate” serves up the flavorful sounds of yesteryears hip-hop that won’t leave you unsatisfied. Bon Appétit.
It’s always a blessing working with my brothers The L.A. Leakers on the art for their projects. Congrats to my boys on their latest mixtape featuring nothing but exclusive music from some hot current artists. Download it and enjoy!
“It’s here! #The2013DraftPicks, a collection of exclusive music from some artists who are guaranteed to have a big 2013. Thank you so much to everyone who’s involved in this tape! Thank you to all the artists who believed in our vision and laced us with amazing music.
Yes, the season of summer has ended, but this weather sure doesn’t feel like it and this mix makes it even more enjoyable! DJ Definit brings us “Goodbye Summer”, one that can be played any season and it will most definitely make you feel good! A collection of summertime classics smoothly mixed with their original samples…so fresh! Thank you Definit, for yet another amazing mix!
Todays selection comes to us from Southern Hospitality and mixed by DJ Superix. You’ll enjoy this collection of these classics from 1992. The mix was released right before the Olympics began and was inspired by the 1992 gold medal winning Dream Team! Definitely a way to start your week!
Track list after the jump…
“The next few weeks are gonna create hella memories and in honour of that, Superix has rewound to one of his favourite times in both Olympic and musical history with ‘Dreams Of 1992′. As you can see, the cover pretty much explains all you need to know about the incredible music that soundtracked the year that The Dream Team went to Barcelona – 20 years ago. From Mary J. Blige to Naughty By Nature to Gang Starr to Michael Jackson to Jodeci to Pete Rock & CL Smooth and the rest, this was the Hip-Hop and RnB Dream Team of the age and these are just some of the tracks that defined 1992, a truly amazing year in music!
This mix 100% jams from front to back and as well as Suprix taking you back to a magical time, the timeless music sounds every bit as fresh today as it did then. In fact all competing athletes would do well to have this on their playlist as motivation!” – Southern Hospitality
“It’s that time again, everyone’s favorite time (and by everyone, I mean ME), someofmyfavoritethingstime! Since I started going on the road a lot more, my schedule has gone to hell. I used to try to put a monthly mix out, now I do it when I feel like it. Some of you know the deal with these mixes, just a super random mix of music. No structure at all, just me pressing record and scrolling through my Serato. Here’s some of the stuff I’ve been listening to lately.” -sourMilk
Happy Mixtape Moday! Today we have a 30 minute mix by Cut Chemist of all things Cut Chemist. Sorry guys, no free download on this one but feel free to listen below.
“Originally released in 2005 “A mix of everything you thought you heard”. There is a piece from every release I ever put out from 1992 to 2002 in this mix from a UCLA art student cd release, an underground rap compilation cassette, J5, Ozomatli, mix cds with Shadow, remixes, etc…its all in there. I encourage folks to identify any piece you can.. Ill help with the hard ones.
This is now available on Bandcamp. Check the link here.” – Cut Chemist
Definitely one of my favorites and one for all the hip hop heads out there. “Get The F*ck Up” is mixed by San Francisco’s DJ Apollo aka P-LO Style, one third of The Triple Threat DJs and Original Invisibl Skratch Piklz. The tracks, mixing and scratching is so clean and refreshing, we hope you enjoy!
“Made in 2000 during the days of the underground indie hip hop movement when there was a new indie label everyday. This is the sound of True-school hip hop which is missed and much needed in the music today. The inspiration for this one was to give respect to real hip hop artists, putting out real hip hop records.” -DJ Apollo
DJ Pipomixes & Manifest bring us this super short mini mix of songs that leaves you wanting more for sure! 32 minutes that runs you through the golden era of hip hop…and is such a tease at that. Enjoy!
Continuing with his #HIPHOPYEARBOOK series, sourMilk of the LA Leakers releases his 1991 mix today. All hip hop from the year 1991. Download it, enjoy it, share it! You can also download the 1989 and 1990 mixes here.