Welcome to the 8th annual X-MIX, an end of the year mixtape celebration. As always, these aren’t necessarily songs released this year, but just a collection of things I’ve listened to in 2011. Thanks to Bobby, LM4K and DJ Prepare for floating many of these tunes my way. Merry X-MIX Internet!
Gingers In Paris: X-MIX 2011 (34:26)
– Shake Your Tree, Tracky Birthday
– how to Warp a song in Ableton 8 (new), YouTube user innerstatejt
– 48 Laws of Power audio book, by Robert Greene
– Hard In the Paint, Waka Flocka Flame (remix by MartyParty)
– Gucci Gucci, Kreayshawn
– Turnt Down, Hodgy beats
– Nightcall, Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx
– Feather, Little Dragon
– Swerve, Shabazz Palaces
– H.O.V.A., S. Carter
– Michael Knight, Currensy ft. Raekwon
– Dinner Guest, Styles P
– 15th And The 1st, Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame
– Limit To Your Love, James Blake
– Niggas In Paris, Jay-Z & Kanye West
I’m opening the xmix xmas-mix mixtape season!! (my 1st mix on FAT!) My son loves KISSfm Berlin (and I love to ‘torture’ my collegues in the studio workshop with it ;) This one is for you Ole!! :D Have a great holiday everyone!!
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