DatPiff’s Mixtape Picks Of The Week

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Vibe / January 21, 2011

DatPiff.com’s mixtape picks of the week:

 

New Mixtape: DJ Spinking Hip House  

Hip-house is a genre of its own. A mash up of electronic dance music strongly influenced by hip-hop and funk. With high kick 808 bass drums on every beat intertwined through high-flying electronic drums, electronic effects, funk and hip hop samples. Generally ranging between 128 and 130 bpm, sounds are amplified by various kick fills, and extended dropouts. Spinking known for his summer single “Tap it” ft Red Cafe & Lore’l has put together a 15 track mixtape of high energy. Hip House features some of your favorite artist & producers of now with features from Meek Mill, Los, Maino, Red Cafe, Lumidee, Somaya Reece, Diggy, Young Simmons and Production from Jahlil Beats, Vinylz & more. 

New Mixtape: G.U.N.S. New School Unity

Deepside Entertainment Presents G.U.N.S.” New School Unity.”  Hosted by Dj Ill Will & Dj Rockstar, G.U.N.S consists of 4 young spittas from Florida: Young AC, Pebo Florida, T-Stunna & Jay Balla.  With a combination of dope beats and great lyrics, this mixtape is one that fans of all type of hip hop can appreciate. The mixtape starts off strong with a cypher from the crew produced by Jahlil Beats and tracks like “Get It Going” and “Wow” keep the mixtape knocking.  Head over to DatPiff now and download “New School Unity.”

Slept on tape of 2010:

New Mixtape: Currensy Return to the Winners Circle

Curren$y wanted to leave us with a project just before 2010 was ending. This is a sequel to his 2008 mixtape, “The Winner’s Circle”. The 11 track project includes brand new material with original production with the exception of a few industry beats. He goes in on Rick Ross’ “Live Fast, Die Young” beat for the intro and really kicks the mixtape off right. Overall this is a solid project and includes some of his best material yet.