October 29, 2009

Flashback Party Mix Volume 1.


As you can probably tell by the title of this post, it's an "old-school" rap/r&b/reggae mix comprised mainly from selections from the 1990's.

This mix was done for promotional purposes for the party tomorrow evening (please refer to my previous post).

1. heavy d - you ain't heard nothing yet
2. lost boyz - get up
3. yvette michelle - mr. dj (cross bronx expressway mix)
4. mya/jay-z - best of me
5. notorious big - one more chance (hip hop mix)
6. ll cool j/leshaun - doin it
7. poor righteous teachers - rock this funky joint
8. audio two - top billin
9. mary j blige - real love
10. mariah carey - honey
11. city high - caramel
12. lil kim/lil cease/notorious big - crush on you
13. lil kim/lil cease - big mama thing
14. the lox/lil kim - money, power, respect
15. puff daddy/the lox/lil kim/notorious big - all about the benjamins
16. dmx/sheek louch - where my dogs at?
17. dmx - ruff ryders anthem
18. crooklyn clan - ooh no
19. noreaga - superthug
20. busta rhymes - dangerous
21. busta rhymes - put your hands where my eyes can see
22. crooklyn clan - hands up
23. crooklyn clan - say what
24. jay-z/jermaine dupri - money ain't a thing
25. crooklyn clan - choose one
26. jay-z - money, cash, hoes
27. ja rule - holla, holla
28. 2pac - i get around
29. gang starr/greg nice - dwyck
30. notorious big - hypnotize
31. 112/notorious big/puff daddy - only u (bad boy remix)
32. swv/wu tang clan - anything (old skool remix)
33. soul ii soul - however do you want me (double L ain't nothing to f*ck with mix)
34. mary j blige - you bring me joy
35. louchie lou/michie one - rich girl
36. chaka demus/pliers - murder she wrote
37. shaggy/rayvon - big up
38. red fox/screechie dan - pose off
39. super cat - ghetto red hot
40. shabba ranks - trailer load of girls
41. shabba ranks - ting-a-ling
42. nadine sutherland/terror fabulous - action
43. nadine sutherland/buju banton - wicked dickie

Hope to see you at the party!


P M X said...

dwyck --> biggie --> swv --> soul 2 soul --> thru the dancehall flava finale.... serious 90s throwback attack - programmed real nice yo. killed it.

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