When it comes to getting the vibe right Fargo is the dude with the right tracks to do it. His newest mix series, The LI Times, shows us how versatile of a DJ he really is, and this second episode primarily focuses in on smooth electronic and hip hop sounds. This is the perfect mix to wind down to on on this cloudy Sunday afternoon. Listen to The LI Times Episode 2 below and find the upbeat Episode 1 on Soundcloud.
After catching the OVO pop-R&B duo perform for the first time in New York, it was clearly evident that Majid Jordan are destined for mainstream success. Not only was lead singer Majid Al Maskati the perfect combination of confident and humble on stage, but that boy can definitely sing and control a crowd. While producer Jordan Ullman is easily one of the more lovable guys to see on the keys, with a constant smile and positive presence that brought the crowd to chant his name several times throughout the show.
They recently headlined a Boiler Room set in their hometown of Toronto, and this time Jordan took the lead as he spun an impressive mix of house, grime and hip hop tracks. Watch the entire set above, and make sure to check out their debut self-titled album if you haven’t yet.
In honor of the late Phife Dawg, the people over at Soulection Radio dedicated their entire 252nd show to the 5 Foot Assassin. Kick back and vibe out to this two-hour mix consisting of Phife classics and deep cuts.
In honor of the late J Dilla, Loaf Muzik dropped a free mixtape on February 7, which was the date of the legendary producer’s birth. With The Munchies, the quartet from the Big Apple add another body of work to their nostalgic boom bap arsenal. Check it out below.
For the 10 year anniversary of Rinse FM’s Plastician Radio show, they ran back a mix from 2006 hosted by Skepta, who casually ad-libs and freestyles over a 2 hour mix of classic grime dub tracks. It’s clear that they’ve been going hard way before their recent fame. If you’re unfamiliar, do yourself a favor and get a taste of that London sound with this mix, which you can stream and download below!
Under his producer alias of Larry Fisherman, Mac Miller releases a 30 minute mix of unreleased instrumentals. This is a follow up to Run On Sentences, Vol. 1, which you can find here.
DJ Khaled delivers a set on OVO Sound Radio that will have disk jockeys talking for some time. Playing a well-curated mix of hip hop classics and songs off his own catalog, Khaled proves once again that he’s more than just a random dude screaming his name on tracks. Stream the entire OVO Sound Radio episode below, which also features a mix from Skepta. Skip to the hour mark for DJ Khaled’s mix.