Stunna Mane From Mississippi To Mars
We are just starting to catch up with the backlog of posts to drop on Ego Thieves and here is another one. Stunna Mane From Mississippi To Mars mixed by our good friend DJ Cable.
This is another mix promoting and pushing the ever controversial ‘Thugstep’ sub genre we have presented to you before along side Cable. What started out as a four-track remix EP turned into a THUGSTEP album, with Nappy, DJ Cable and DJ Hipnotikk digging into their bins and crafting some Dubstep refixes to Stunna’s acapellas. The genre is really picking up and we are pleased to take part of the movement, as you may know Ego Thieves love to dip our toes into the water of wonder (that metaphor sounded so gay but I promised I would use it lol).
Huge props to everyone involved and of course and for having us present it, even if we are two weeks out to the dam Russian bot hack!
01. Intro (Produced by Definate)
02. Drunk Gorilla Ft. Project Pat & Benz (Disc Jockey Nappy vs. Muffler Thugstep Mix)
03. Have U Ever Had That Feeling Ft. Young Legend, Korleon & Jay-OE (Dj Hipnotikk vs. Doctor P Thugstep Mix)
04. Goin Live Ft. Cart%n (Disc Jockey Nappy vs. Skrillex vs. Bare Noize Thugstep Mix)
05. I’m The Shit Ft. Flawless (Disc Jockey Nappy vs. Flux Pavilion Thugstep Mix)
06. And Shit Ft. Cart%n & Jaymall (Disc Jockey Nappy vs. Truth Thugstep Mix)
07. Stunna So Cold (DJ Cable vs. S-X Thugstep Mix)
08. Imma Fool Ft. Jay-OE, Kelso, And Cimow (DJ Hipnotikk vs Armour Thugstep Mix)
09. Throw You Hood Up Ft. Fiend & Mr. Serv-On (DJ Cable vs. Emalkay Thugstep Mix)
10. On Dat Road (Disc Jockey Nappy vs. Mimosa Thugstep Mix)
11. Drunk Gorilla Ft. Project Pat & Waka Flocka Flame
12. Dumb Dance Ft. Lilzo, Cart%n, Sho, Pro (Disc Jockey Nappy vs. Pendulum Drumstep Mix)
13. Outro (Produced By Plastician)
14. Have U Ever Had That Feeling (Disc Jockey Nappy Vs. Black Sun Empire Thugstep Refix) (BONUS TRACK)
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SPEECHLESSJune 2, 2011 6:27 pm
Dubfluencial, dubfluence and POP! is all good stuff, but this is where it hits home. Aw yeah.