Selected tracks from albums & mixtapes I have been enjoying this season.
01 – Intro – “FAT vs. NBC 6b” by Mike Rugnetta (unreleased)
02 – Javelin – C Town (No Mas)
03 – The Asteroids Galaxy – Lady Jesus (Fruit)
04 – Sporto Kantes – Lee (2nd Round)
05 – M.I.A. – It Takes A Muscle (Maya)
06 – MIDIMarc- Machine Gun Funk (mixtape)
07 – Wax Tailor – Until Heaven Stops The Rain Instrumental (In The Mood For Life)
08 – Lissie – Pursuit of Happiness (live Kid Cudi Cover – YouTube)
09 – Kid Cudi – ’09 Freestyle (mixtape)
10 – Thirstin Howl III – Walk The Walk, Spit The Spit, Part 2 (Skilligan’s Island)
11 – Pharcyde – Runnin (Rmxxology)
12 – Wu-Tang Clan vs. The Beatles – Uh Huh (mixtape)
13 – Lazerproof – Independent Kill (mixtape)
14 – Paul Wall – Round Here (Heart of a Champion)
15 – Boy 8-Bit – Cricket Scores (Suspense is Killing Me)
16 – Hot Chip – I Feel Better (One Life Stand)
17 – 50 Cent – Life’s On The Line Instrumental (Power of the Dollar)
19 – Francis & the Lights – It’ll Be Better (It’ll Be Better from CANTORA)
20 – Outro – ODB Schoolteachers
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