It’s finally spring time and this blog will help you with the latest jams to get the spring jumping. This review features free music from the late Eazy E to getting your twerk on better than Miley Cyrus. Also along with this are some fan favorites from the 90’s r&b era.
DJ Easy from Germany drops off a mixtape featuring Eazy E. This release features a whole lot of tracks by one of the west coast finest. The days of Eazy E and his music are showcased on this product. This release brings back real hip hop.
DJ Cuttz of Canada drops off the 39th edition of the ‘”Diamond Cuttz” series. This collection is always nice and brings you the hottest current hits being played. This is a 49-track release with music from Future, T-Pain, Lil Durk, Wiz Khalifa, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Cassidy, and more.
One of the best DJs out there is DJ Jerzeyboy. Dropping a release with nothing but r&b hit records from the past. The “R&B Jamz Edition” mixtape will play you the hit records that you like from the past. Artists on this include Blackstreet, Total, 112, Ginuwine, B2K, Jagged Edge, B2K, Jay-Z, and others.
R&B addiction 35 brings you the latest new, slow jams to grace your screen. This is a 19-track release that you definitely wanna hear. There are fans of it that are for sure sharing it. Free music on this release from Jodeci, Jamie Foxx, Tamia, Sevyn Streeter, Case, Chris Brown, Tinashe, Iggy Azelea, Jasmin V, Luke James, and muh more.
Down south artist Wka Flocka Flame decided to release part 5 of the ‘Salute Me or Shoot Me’ mixtape series. This edition is hosted by DJ Whoo Kid. This is a 20-track official hit of his latest hit records.
If you are looking to twerk better than Miley Cyrus then DJ Super G has something for you. Version 2.0 is out and will have the ladies sticking their ass out. This release features music by Iggy Alazea, Kid Ink, Chris Brown, Beyonce, Eric Bellinger, and more.
The final product has artists from the west coast titled “Western Conference 28” hosted by Self Made Raio and Goonie. There are many editions on this 36-track release. This mixtape is always the jam, so put it on.
Thank You for reading this review. Always bringing you the newest free music. Who is better than the Originator?