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The Five Best Dance Songs of the Week

5 Best Dance

“Those who dance are considered insane by those who cannot hear the music.”
George Carlin


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The Hood Internet – Ignition (1901 Remix)

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Chicago-based mashup wizards The Hood Internet have knack for bringing together seemingly distant artists to create anthem-sized bangers. This blended up smoothie of R. Kelly and Phoenix is no exception.

It’s short, so get ready to hit replay.


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Chambaland – Semi-Charmed Call – Mashup (Third Eye Blind vs Carly Rae Jepsen)

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No Words Necessary. You, My Friend, Are Welcome.

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Dream Big


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[Mashup Mixtape] Rick Ross X Bruce Springsteen – Boss vs Boss

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Our good friends over at P&P sponsored this awesome new mashup mixtape from Jonathon Lee that features two of my favorite bawses. The Big Boss Rick Ross lyrics thrown over the original Boss, Bruce Springsteen? Unbeatable. Jonathon Lee recreates instrumentals combining his own beats and the original instrumentation from Springsteen’s classics “Born to Run,” “Streets of Philadelphia,” “Blood Brothers,” “Secret Garden,” “Murder Incorporated” and “Atlantic City.”

Bruce is one of my all time favorite artists, and I’ve got to give kudos to Lee for using the tracks he did, especially “Streets of Philadelphia” and “Atlantic City.” Something about hearing Ross rap over Clarence Clemons’ beautiful sax is just perfect.

Kinda wish he had sampled “Jungleland,” but an all around awesome concept has been incredibly well executed by Jonathon Lee–I haven’t liked a mashup in a long, long time, but Lee’s cemented the genre as dope and legitimate, if done correctly.

Download “Boss vs Boss”

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Dream Big


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5 & a Dime – June is Soon

June Is Soon

5 & a Dime – June is Soon

5 & a Dime’s back at it, killing it per usual. This one samples a few bangers, including Flux Pavillion’s WOMPER “Bass Cannon”, “King Kong” by Bare and Datsik, the absurdly outrageous “I Know the Truth” by Pretty Lights, and the “Look at Me Now” verses from Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes.

Turn the subs up and let this one blast.

Download “June is Soon”

Dream Big

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