Articles in Category: Old-School
Think you’re fast? Guess again – this sexy US Olympian, Lolo Jones, specializes in 60 and 100 meter hurdles and will outrun you faster then you can imagine.
Lady Gaga VS Kid Cudi – I Poke Her Face (119-99 Transition) (register & login to view link) – This is a FLAWLESS transition, GREAT!
Let Me Clear My Throat (128-102 Transition) (register & login to view link) – BANGER into into a classic tune, this will SET THE CLUB OFF, MUST DOWNLOAD!
Ludacris Feat. Shawnna – How Low (128-72 Transition) (register & login to view link) – Booty booty booty music
Luniz – I Got 5 on It (DJ Shake 125-87 Transition) (register & login to view link) – Ooh this one’s pretty badass
The Wiggle Transition (Sexy I Know It Up) (101-130) Dirty (register & login to view link) – HOT!!
- Wake Up (DJ Sonnik Transition) (100-129bpm)
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Contributor FromDJs4DJs A-Team
, Top 20
Keywords: dj dexterous
, dj shake
, Lady Gaga
, lolo jones
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Courtesy of DJ Lips – we have a KILLER remix of the old-school “Pump Up the Jam” by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, who have been blowing up ever since their remix of “Leave the World Behind“. This one has been getting some rotation in clubs around NYC so far. Let us know what you think!
Technotronic – Pump Up The Jam (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Mix) (register & login to view link)
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(register & login to view link)Brooklyn Decker (Click image for more!)
Today is officially the last day of the June 2010 recap. To see this post you must be a registered member of this blog. Don’t worry, I know you want to see more photos of Brooklyn Decker so registration is still FREE for now.
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Contributor DJ David Bitton
Categories Commercial House
, Progressive House
, Top 20
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Apologies firstly for not posting on thursday, I have actually been away…. Im going to do a double post this coming week to make up for it so you’ll have something great to look forward to! Anyhow- as a producer, and a DJ I know how much acapellas can make a difference! To me they are like gold dust, especially getting original oldies that dont sound like they have been recorded on an aeroplane! Well.. I’ve had a collection of about 100 Motown classics for a little while now and I would like to share them with you. I will upload 15-20 for the next 3 weeks each week …but here are about 50 to get you started!!! These are pretty rare so treat them well!
Heres just a taste of whats included this week…
- Aint nothing like the real thing
- Aint that Peculiar
- Can I
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Nick Fenmore and Dick Fink formed one of the most upcoming mash up groups called Super Mash Bros. These guys were a big hit in L.A and are now getting known worldwide. They mix some of the unexpected songs together, and somehow make it sound unbelievable. These guys are the next Girltalk and according to some are more talented. I posted some of their best songs, but in my opinion every song sounds good. Let me know what you think, and I know your going to be very impressed.
Here are some of my favorites:
Lauren Conrad Get Us On The Hills! (register & login to view link)
Still bleeding (register & login to view link)
Fixies & Ferraris (register & login to view link)
Livin The Dream (I’m On A Float) (register & login to view link)
Testarossas For Everyone! (register & login to view link)
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The sound of hip hop as we know it today is much different than how it sounded in its early beginnings in the late 70’s. The metamorphosis from soul and funk music is a journey in time to when rappers, which then were referred to as MC’s, strictly wanted to have the flyest rhymes. Even the crowds of people were much different, they just wanted to dance and have a good time; there was no such thing as “bottle service”. The sounds that were emerging from the Bronx during that time were nothing like anyone had heard before. With that being said, it would soon be called “hip hop”, a term coined by a rapper of a group called Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five.
As a DJ myself, I find it important to share the humble beginnings of how DJ’ing began. A DJ or “disc jockey” is an essential … Read more