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Song in video: “White Lines” – DJ Max RuddTags: Big Sean, Drake, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Spice Girls
“We Found Love In Darkness” – DJ TAJ
Ok so as the past few weeks have fluttered by I’ve been on an anti-mashup rampage, campaigning against these DJ-offsprings because I’m bored with them. In the constant pattern of TheJillboard.com, I proved myself wrong with three incredible mashups that made me remember why Girl Talk blew my 16-year old mind. So, first and possibly most importantly, “We Found Love In Darkness”. This song is the pure embodiment of the feeling of ecstasy in the most sonically pleasurable 3 minutes of your LIFE. It’s “We Found Love” by Rihanna/Calvin Harris and “Fade Into Darkness” by Avicii. It sounds like this should have been the original mix, because it fits so perfectly that it’s actually heavenly. I can’t even describe how in love with this song I am. It sends chills down my spine.
“Music Sounds Better With Monsters” – The Jane Doze
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Secondly, we have a mashup by The Jane Doze. I’ve seen a lot of blog buzz about this girly duo recently
but ignored it on my anti-mashup campaign. The song is STUNNING. The other day I was introduced to Big Time Rush’s management, and was prefaced with “you probably don’t know Big Time Rush because you’re not 12″. Actually, I have their CD, because I am 12. And I love them. Sorry I’m not sorry. Anyway, The Jane Doze mashed up BTR’s (yes, I abbreviated their name because I’m a nerd) “Music Sounds Better With You”, the crazy melodic cheesy pop song that says “HELL” on Nickelodeon (!@$%&$&) and Skrillex. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! My two favorite genres fused into one. The Jane Doze accomplished the impossible. If you don’t like this song, LEAVE. I don’t want to be mean, but I’m literally head over heels in love with this song, so kindly leave. Kindly. Leave.
“BIG A$$” – mAz
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The last (but not least) is a mashup by one of my close friends, mAz, who is opening for Milkman at Webster Hall Thursday January 19th. It’s a mashup of my fave booty song, “A$$” by Big Sean, and Biggie’s “Hold Ya Head”. A simple, yet, perfectly fitting mashup. “BIG A$$” will be featured on mAz’s upcoming EP “DAMN DENISE”, which has some crazy electro songs, some hip-hop, and more. Cuh-ray.
For tickets to Milkman at Webster Hall 1/19/12 click here: TICKETSTags: Avicii, Big Sean, Big Time Rush, Calvin Harris, DJ TAJ, mAz, Milkman, Notorious B.I.G., Rihanna, Skrillex, The Jane Doze
Haha. This song is great. The inappro level is skyrocketing, but do you hear that bass? Lord. Nicki Minaj and Big Sean are a perfect combo, I’m not sure why we didn’t hear a collab from them earlier. Nicki’s verse is the most inappro thing I’ve heard in my lifetime, but her outfit is hotter than Satan himself. I’m a sucker for the Union Jack. Great song, visually stimulating video, love it.
Now make that motha hammer time.Tags: Big Sean, Nicki Minaj
Volume Won DOWNLOAD | Mediafire
Ok pop/hip-hop fans, this one is YOURS. Ferrari Snowday, an interesting musical duo that I have followed since day 1 of Jillboard’s existence, has released a new mixtape called Volume Won. If you’re not familiar with Ferrari Snowday, they utilize the popular mixture of pop and hip-hop music, sprinkle in a little electronic music, add a splash of humor, and BAM!
Hosted by Nina Sky, the mixtape features Ninjasonik and a bunch of upcoming artists, as well as sampling/covering some of the best songs out right meow. The 20-song release holds super unique remixes of Katy Perry’s “E.T.”, Big Sean’s “Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay”, and Kreayshawn’s “Gucci Gucci”. There’s also an electronic cover of Whitesnake’s classic “Here I Go Again”. So great, so lolz. Check out the video above.
Real talk, this mixtape is hawt. Download it.Tags: Big Sean, Ferrari Snowday, Kanye West, Katy Perry, Kreayshawn, Nina Sky
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This is almost too catchy for my liking. I don’t like choruses that are just one sentence. However, I do like Kelly Rowland and I do like Big Sean. People have been raving about this track, calling it Kelly’s breakout song. I’m not too sure about that, but it’s definitely a cool song. This is her second single (after “Motivation”) off her third studio album, Here I Am (July 26th). Honestly my fave part of the song is Big Sean. Check it.Tags: Big Sean, Kelly Rowland