Music Downloads First Day November 2017

It is the first day of 2017 after the Halloween festivities.  Many people partied over the weekend since the holiday occurred on a Tuesday this year.  We have a round of new music for you to check out if your head still isn’t pounding from the hangover you may have had after the weekend celebration.

First, is a release by DJ Rack$ and DJ Dirtte Dave.  The two team up to bring you another installment in the series titled “Westcoast Countdown”.  The 27th edition contains a track listing of music by E-40, Snoop Dogg, YG, Yo Gotti, NBA YoungBoy, Da Boii, Yhung TO, G Perico, Cardo Got Wings, G-Eazy, A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, Diamond Ortiz, Philthy Rich, J Stalin, Berner, Young Dolph, Gucci Mane, Louie Da 4th, Mozzy, IamSu, Husalah, Kokane, Sleepy D, and other emcees.  Easily check out all of the mixtapes in this series by using the suggested feature.

DJ Phase 3, DJ Don Yae, and DJ Flatline are up next in this blog post review.  They have the cure for all of your Halloween hangover needs with the release labeled “Mood: Trick Or Treat”.  On this playlist, we have new songs from Offset, 21 Savage, Quavo, Future, Kodak Black, Plies, Jeezy, Puff Daddy, Nicki Minaj, Migos, Cardi B, Jadakiss, Fabolous, Uncle Murda, K. Camp, 2 Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign, West Side Himself, Kap G, Lil Baby, Jack Strong, Trouble, and many more industry artists.

Thirdly, comes a product by DJ Cortez and DJ S.R.  These two collaborate on part 32 of the “Futuristic R&B” franchise.  Recording acts making an appearance on this title such as Jacquees, Derez DeShon, Verse Simmonds, Blaq Tuxedo, Eric Bellinger, Malachiae Warren, Sevyn Streeter, Lil Wayne, The-Dream, Chris Brown, Dej Loaf, B Smyth, Maurice Moore, Tiffany Evans, and others.

Next, on the list of mixtapes to be reviewed comes a drop by DJ L-Gee.  He teams up with Kingz Ink to bring you some very nice artwork on the cover of this release called “The Radio Trap”.  Check out music downloads by K. Michelle, ScHoolboy Q, Waka Flocka, O.T. Genasis, Ty Dolla $ign, A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, PnB Rock, 24Hrs, French Montana, The Weeknd, Max B, Ski Mask The Slump, Rich The Kid, Kendrick Lamar, Camila Cabello, Zaytoven, SZA, Famous Dex, Swae Lee, and more on this 24 song playlist.

Finally, DJ Reddy Rell and DJ Iceberg are back to give the streets another volume of the “Hip Hop TXL” franchise.  Number 95 of the series is loaded with new songs by artists such as MoneyBagg Yo, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Tyga, Nipsey Hu$$le, Shy Glizzy, J Crvze, Metro Boomin, Fetty Wap, Post Malone, Tory Lanez, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, Cocaine Mali, Jose Guapo, Baka Not Nice, Giggs, Lil Duke, and a gang of other hip hop performers.  These two DJs never disappoint with their mixtapes, so be sure to check the site out for all their drops over the years.

It’s the last quarter of the year and this is the time for the major holiday festivities.  Thanksgiving is always on the fourth Thursday of November, so it looks like that will occur on the 23rd this fall season.  Then, right around the corner is Christmas or Kwanzaa, whichever one you celebrate.  Finally, comes the end of 2017 with a New Year’s Eve blowout!  Always be sure to check out our site for all your music needs.




Back To School

The summer vacation is almost over and it’s time to head back to school for most.  We hope everyone had a great summer break and enjoyed their time off.  Some of us may not have had much of break these past months if you picked up a job for the summer.  We have a few releases in this review that will help you enjoy yourself until it’s time to get back to your educational studies.

J. Armz starts us off with volume 5 of the “Rap Gods” franchise.  This DJ has some of the nicest mixtapes on the streets and this installment does not disappoint.  This release contains a 25 song playlist with tracks by emcees such as French Montana, Fabolous, Jadakiss, Nas, J. Cole, T.I., A$AP Rocky, Jim Jones, Young M.A., Joe Budden, Nipsey Hu$$le, Dave East, Vado, Cam’ron, Remy Ma, Beanie Sigel, and a few other hip hop lyricists.

DJ Keyz returns to the game with a ton of new releases and a new installment in the east coast franchise titled “Welcome To NYC”.  This DJ had some major drops this past week with a total of 15+ hip hop and r&b mixtapes for your listening enjoyment.  Part 48 in the series brings you music from Fat Joe, Drake, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Desiigner, N.O.R.E., Uncle Murda, Diddy, Chinx Drugz, Bobby Schmurda, Troy Ave, Juelz Santana, Styles P, Joey Bada$$, Cory Gunz, and more from the state of New York.

We have a release for all you reggae fans by DJ Ecko labeled “Culture Club Radio”.  The 7th edition in the collection is the “Flash Back Edition”.  Check out the throwback vintage hits on this playlist by music artists such as Maxi Priest, Freddie McGregor, Pressure, Alaine, Kashif Lindo, Singing Melody, Beenie Man, Ricky Spice, Half Pint, Ed Robinson, Garnett Silk, and more from the islands at the southern tip of the eastern United States.

DJ Kurupt mixtapes are always a favorite when looking for the newest in r&b and hip hop.  The Boston, Massachusetts native gives you the “Barbershop 3 Edition” in the “Love & Music” series.  This product is hosted by one of the stars of the movie, Torion.  Look for music on here by the host, Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, Silento, Akon, Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, Damar Jackson, Kayla Brianna, Lloyd, Rihanna, and many other musical sensations.

Finally, for the fans of the west coast bop, DJ Rack$ and DJ Dirtte Dave are back with another installment for the streets of the “Westcoast Countdown” mixtapes.  Part 21 of the long running franchise contains tracks by Snoop Dogg, Kamaiyah, YG, Nispey Hu$$le, Vince Staples, Philty Rich, Skeme, E-40, Nef The Pharoah, Mistah Fab, Berner, The Game, Larry June, Erk The Jerk, and more from the sunshine state of California.

That will wrap up this review of music to check out while the summer break is coming to an end.  The bright side of things is that it’s time to get back to working on your career’s journey and the life ahead of you.  Stay positive about your future and make sure to give it your best effort, whether that would be in education or sports.