Thursday, April 17, 2014

Weekly Round Up


Let's start this week's weekly round up with some club music from Boy Jamez Letres! Unfortunately we have no idea who this person is but he is definitely bringing some heat. Some club music and Fat Man Scoop on the vocals you know this will definitely turn the club up.


DJ Reezey is at it remixing Future's track Move That Dope featuring Pharrell Williams and Pusha T. Straight out of Philadelphia DJ Reezey is a producer and DJ who focuses on Philly club and trap. Just check out this remix he did and see what he has to offer.


Ghetto Division Records bring you this EP from Don Kriki also known as D51 this 4 track EP includes some of the best Chicago house tracks with a mixture of some breaks and rave sounds! Here's one of the tracks from EP but if you want more Click Here To Download The EP





DJ Exclusive & DJ Flipz bring you some bass pounding club music. Here's something new they released called Krusher Gang Anthem. Krusher Gang is an entertainment featuring artists like Kilbourne, Exclusive, DJ Ayo & more. To show love to their team Exclusive teamed up with Flipz to bring you this anthem.


GANG$IGN$ is a trap producer straight out of Portland. This man has been getting support from artists like Flosstradamus, DJ Sliink, Hero x Villains and more so you know he's definitely going in the right direction. Here's a fresh new track from the man himself bringing you some trap with some heavy 808 bass.


Jurassic Fightclub from Lille, France brings you this track that we don't even know to explain it. The vocals sure don't disappoint though. This will definitely bring nothing but positive vibes when played on the dance floor.


Here's a remix to Jungle's track Busy Earnin' a remix by Killa Theory. This fellow producer is from Brooklyn, New York and produces a variety of genres like moombahton, trap, juke/footwork and more!
He decided to give this track a juke/footwork vibe after being influenced by the juke music from Chicago.


From Cincinnati, Ohio Nasty Nero is a monster producing non stop ghetto tech/footwork/juke tracks. Here's something he recently released this month called Cloud some really hyped up Ghetto Tech with some footwork influenced sounds into it.