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DJ Burnout’s Summer Playlist Part 2

August 19th, 2011 by | Before Bigs Exclusive, Daily Mix, Dance, Dubstep, Electro, Electropop, Guest Mix, Hip-Hop/Rap, House, Mashup, Pop, Remix, synthpop, Techno, Trance |

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Burnout back in the house, here’s part 2 of DJ Burnout‘s Summer Playlist. Here’s 15 more Summer Jams that’ll keep you partying way after Summer ends. Part 1 premiered last week and you can find it here. Here’s the tracklisting for part 2, 15 more tracks that’ll guarantee many more eargasms! Here’s the 30+ minute mix of the tracks below. Download here.
Summer Playlist Part 2
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Electronic Pop Hop *PJ Simas, Zion I, Pitbull, Ariez Onasis, Damani

April 22nd, 2011 by | Dance, Hip-Hop/Rap, Pop |

lwezj0dk 600x279 Electronic Pop Hop *PJ Simas, Zion I, Pitbull, Ariez Onasis, DamaniElectronic Pop Hop, a genre that is quickly becoming mainstream with where the hip-hop industry is heading into more pop/dance beats. I wish there was still a little mainstream gangsta rap, but I guess that’s not cool anymore, so here’s 5 great electronic pop hop songs to get your night started right.

Cal Poly student-musician PJ Simas recently released “Ocean Drop”. It’s got a more pop feel than more of his older stuff but also catchier. Can’t wait until his upcoming mixtape, Triple Play, comes out April 29th.
PJ Simas – Ocean Drop
Here’s a new artist on the site, Damani. I like the piano beat and the relaxed instrumentals and Damani has a solid flow to make this a chill track.
Damani – biggest mistake
Another chill song with a dope beat, some of the best bay area rapping in Zion I and cool synth-ed up falsetto hook. Also The Grouch‘s rhymes are solid.
Zion I & The Grouch – Rockit Man feat. Silk-E
Time to pick up the beat. Ariez Onasis, Fatman Scoop and Clinton Sparks with a dance club banger. The production is killer, the lyrics are silly but that doesn’t matter, go crazy on this track.
Ariez Onasis – Go Crazy (Ft. Fatman Scoop & Clinton Sparks)
Lastly for the most mainstream track we have featured in a while, Pitbull, transcending beyond Reggaeton to what the record labels want, upbeat hip-pop tracks to dance/sing to. Plus Ne-Yo vocals in this are strong as usual.
Pitbull – Give Me Everything (feat Nayer & Ne-Yo)


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