Burnt Orange Juice presents… Juicy Jams Vol. 1 April 21, 2008Posted by rugwu in Burnt Orange Juice, Entertainment, Hip-hop, Indie Rock, mixtape, mp3, Photo, pop.
Tags: A-Trak, Apes & Androids, Beck, Bloc Party, Chromeo, Cut Copy, Janelle Monae, Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Kid Sister, Little Brother, Madonna, Mark Ronson, Mickey Factz, N.E.R.D., Re-Up Gang, Rhymefest, Rye Rye, Santogold, Simian Mobile Disco, The Cool Kids, The Knux, The Rapture, Tokyo Police Club, Treasure Fingers, Wale, Wiz Khalifa
I made you a mixtape. Would you like to hear it?
At Burnt Orange Juice, just about 4 months ago we began this little blog with one promise – to bring you the freshest music content around. Period. Like most idealistic/scatterbrained/overextended college students, we haven’t always been faithful. But we do love you; and Rob Sheffield told us this is how you show it.
(Download link at the bottom)
1. “Dancin’ Machine” by Rhymefest
2. “Fancy Footwork” by Chromeo
3. “Lights and Music” by Cut Copy
4. “Hustler” by Simian Mobile Disco
5. “Stronger remix” by A-Trak
6. “’88” by The Cool Kids
7. “Ice Cream Girl” by Wale
8. “Control (L.A. Riots remix)” by Kid Sister
9. “Time Will Reveal” by Janelle Monae
10. “Cross the Dancefloor” by Treasure Fingers
11. “Hearts on Fire” by Cut Copy
12. “In a Cave” by Tokyo Police Club
13. “Everyone Nose” by N.E.R.D.
14. “Paper Planes remix” by M.I.A. ft. Bun B. and Rich Boy
15. “Cappuccino” by The Knux
16. “L.S.F.” by Mark Ronson ft. Kasabian
17. “Good Clothes” by Little Brother
18. “Dey Know Yayo” by Re-Up Gang
19. “Creator” by Santogold
20. “Shake it to the Ground (Drop the Lime remix)” by Rye Rye
21. “Timebomb” by Beck
22. “Don Gon Do It” by The Rapture
23. “We Don’t Understand You” by Apes & Androids
24. “Rockin’ ‘n Rollin’ remix” by Mickey Factz ft. The Cool Kids
25. “Gold and a Pager” by The Cool Kids
26. “Say Yeah” by Wiz Khalifa
27. “4 Minutes” by Madonna ft. Justin Timberlake and Timbaland
28. “Day ‘N Nite (Crookers remix)” – Kid Cudi
29. “Flux” by Bloc Party
30. “20$” by M.I.A.
Juicy Jams is a party mix. It contains the hottest hip-hop and indie electronic dance music from the blogosphere and beyond. All of these artists are our personal favs (and soon to be yours, we hope) and because we live in the moment, almost nothing on Juicy Jams was released more than a year ago, if at all. You won’t find these tracks at Wal-Mart.
Good DJ’s are hard to find, and the point of this compilation is that we’ve done all the work for you. So play it while you shower, play it in the car, but by all means, have a party and put this on. We’ve been beta testing it for a week. You’ll thank us later.
Artwork by our very own lovely and talented Natalia Ciolko.