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DJ Burnout – Radio Won’t Even Play My Jam (Skrillex / Eminem / Knife Party / MartyParty)

January 16th, 2012 by | Mashup |

Since it’s Mashup Monday, here is MY newest mashup, ‘Radio Won’t Even Play My Jam’ featuring work from Skrillex, Eminem, Knife Party, and MartyParty. This mashup has filthy bass with some filthy vocals. If you like, don’t forget to LIKE the DJ Burnout Facebook Page! Listen & Download Below!

Click to Download : DJ Burnout – Radio Won’t Even Play My Jam

DJ Burnout – Feelin Good (Avicii / Skrillex / B.o.B. / Eminem / Huey)

December 11th, 2011 by | Mashup |

So I am going back to Brooklyn tomorrow so I won’t be able to post this on Mashup Monday so I will drop this for you guys today. I put some B.o.B., Eminem, and Huey vocals on Skrillex’s crazy remix to Avicii’s “Levels”. Hope you enjoy! Show some love on the DJ Burnout page!

Click To Download: DJ Burnout – Feelin Good (Avicii / Skrillex / B.o.B. / Eminem / Huey)

Feelin Good (Avicii / Skrillex / B.o.B. / Eminem / Huey) by DJ Burnout

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Eminem x Kanye West x Wiz Khalifa x Ron Pope – A Drop In The Ocean (DJ Breezy mashup)

May 1st, 2011 by | Hip-Hop/Rap, Mashup |

An awesome new mashup put together by DJ Breezy, which combines the vocals and  beat from Ron Pope’s “A Drop In The Ocean,” Wiz Khalifa’s “This Plane,” Kanye West’s verse from Brandy’s “Talk About Our Love,” Eminem’s verse from his group D12′s “How Come.” I first heard this mashup on‘s most popular tracks and I have not been able to stop listening to it. DJ Breezy has created a great mix and I hope to hear more from him in the near future. Enjoy!

Global Mashup Crew – A Mashup Tribute To Eminem

April 25th, 2011 by | Album/Mixtape/EP Review, Mashup, Mashup Monday, Mixtape Monday |

This falls under Mashup Monday and our newest feature, Mixtape Monday as this is a dope mashup mixtape which is a tribute to Eminem from the Global Mashup Crew. Download A Mashup Tribute to Eminem, here’s my 3 favorites off the tape.
Lose Your Way (Moby x Eminem)
Without Angeles (Steve Navarro x Eminem)
Hold On Forever (Rusko x Drake x Eminem & 50 Cent)

Global Mashup Crew consists of 9 DJ’s: Paul M.B., DJ Dain, Doubleyou, DOSVEC, DJ Philistine, DJ Bahler, Ha! Yes!, DJ Fergie Ferg and Big Z Remixes.

Below feel free to stream most of the tracks off this mashup mixtape.


Mainstream hip-hop update *Kanye, T.I., Game, Eminem & more

January 26th, 2011 by | Hip-Hop/Rap, Pop, R&B |

Did you watch the above video yet? It’s pretty weird but I guess David Guetta really likes the little weird looking kid to have him lip sync over some mainstream hits David Guetta produced. Do you think it’s weirder than this video with 50 cent?

We almost always post up-and-coming artists but occasionally I like to update you on some of the mainstream acts putting out dope new songs. Here’s 5 songs from some of the best artists in the game.

Eminem – Syllables Ft. Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Stat Quo, 50 Cent & Ca$hi$
Game – Taylor Made (Feat. Wiz Khalifa) [Produced By Che Vicious]
Jay Sean – Hit The Lights ft. Lil Wayne
Kanye West – Eyes Closed
T.I. – Follow Your Dreams Ft. Shun Hendrix

Dr. Dre – “Topless” (featuring Eminem & Nas)

December 28th, 2010 by | Hip-Hop/Rap |

Above is “Topless”, by Dr. Dre featuring Eminem and Nas. This is another leaked tracked off the much anticipated, Detox, album which has had its release date continually postponed throughout the last six years. Hopefully this is another sign that the “official” release of Detox is near. Enjoy!

T.I. – All She Wrote ft. Eminem

November 23rd, 2010 by | Hip-Hop/Rap |

At first I didn’t like this song, mostly because I don’t like when Eminem goes psycho on some of the tracks he’s featured in. But after hearing the instrumentals and the flow of both T.I. and Eminem, this song is pretty good. Download

“All She Wrote” is expected to be on T.I.’s upcoming album, No Mercy, dropping Dec. 7.

Dr. Dre ft Eminem – I Need a Doctor

November 17th, 2010 by | Dance, Hip-Hop/Rap |

Crazy beat that sounds like the song has some sound quality issues but that’s kind of what makes it so interesting. Really futuristic hip-pop song.

I Need A Doctor feat. Eminem & Liz Rodrigues (of The New Royales)

Detox is coming out; ETA: 2011.

Eminem & Royce Da 5′9″ – Living Proof

November 15th, 2010 by | Hip-Hop/Rap |
Brand new track from the two classic Detroit rappers. Intense verses from both these guys. Enjoy. Credit to Alex C. for the find.

Rihanna ft. Eminem – Love the Way You Lie Pt. 2

November 2nd, 2010 by | Hip-Hop/Rap |

“Love the Way You Lie (Part II)” is a song by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna from her fifth studio album Loud (2010). It features guest vocals from American rapper Eminem, who wrote the song alongside Skylar Grey and the producer Alex da Kid. It is the sequel to the 2010 hit single “Love the Way You Lie”, which appears on Eminem’s seventh studio album Recovery.

Following the release and commercial success of “Love the Way You Lie” in 2010, Eminem wanted to record an alternative version with Rihanna as the lead vocalist, viewing aspects of a relationship from a female perspective, unlike the original, which featured Eminem as lead vocalist and was from a male perspective.

Eminem wrote the verses and chose the Barbadian singer Rihanna to sing the chorus; their past experiences in difficult relationships influenced the collaboration. Backed by guitar, piano and violin, the track is a midtempo hip hop ballad with a pop refrain and describes two lovers who refuse to separate despite being in a dangerous love–hate relationship.

The original was a huge hit so check out the sequel going on Rihanna’s new project, coming Nov 16th. Eminem drops some more sweet bars on the third verse. More of an R&B feel.

Rihanna ft. Eminem Love The Way You Lie pt. 2

To describe the difference between Part II of this song versus part I, Emily Mackay of NME commented that the vocals provided by Rihanna and Eminem in the song, is in “great contrast in Part II of ‘Love The Way You Lie’. With the balance of vocals neatly flipped and extra cavernous beats ramping up the drama, it wallows ever-deeper in the tortured relationship sketched out in Part I. Eminem at points is practically screaming with rage, and sounding, frankly, mental. The contrast with Rihanna’s smoothly pitched pain (“Maybe I’m a masochist/Try to run but I don’t wanna never leave”) is delicious.”

Rihanna is a great talent to see live and I highly recommend seeking Rihanna tickets through Big Ticket Shop as they have great prices and affordable costs.

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