Pleather’s remix of Hello stands in stark contrast to the original version of the track. With an emotional chord progression it feels more like an 80s love ballad than a club anthem. The minimal breakdowns highlight the vocals of Christina Milian and Lil Wayne, while the vintage percussion hits and arpeggiated bassline further contribute to a sound that will take you back in time.
Produced by T-Minus
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New Single from Bobby V from his upcoming ablum tittled “Dusk Till Dawn”
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One of the country’s most talked about and respected skateboarders Stevie Williams, celebrated the collaboration of his skateboard lifestyle brand DGK which is now being sold at Macy’s. Yesterday he conducted a special autograph signing at The Beverly Center. The skateboard king welcomed fans with a VIP reception from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. complimented by a public Meet & Greet at 9 p.m. with his good friend and fellow entrepreneur Lil Wayne who also unveiled his TRUKFIT apparel line. The exclusive event took place on Friday, June 1 in the Macy’s Beverly Center Men’s Store located at 8500 Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles.
June 1st, marked the day that Stevie Williams’ apparel line DGK became available at select Macy’s stores across the country. The first 10 fans who purchased $150 worth of DGK and/or TRUKFIT apparel at Macy’s Beverly Center received a special skateboard from Stevie along with admission to the exclusive VIP reception. “It’s exciting to share this moment with my homie Lil Wayne and show the world skate fashion is cool,” boasts the celebrity skater.
Stevie Williams founded DGK in 2002 and named the acronym “Dirty Ghetto Kids” after his childhood skate crew. He built his brand based on the idea “From those who come from nothing,” inspired by the gritty, street skateboard culture. The fashion line features t-shirts, hats, fleece and a complete street wear collection, meshing Hip-Hop style with the urban skate lifestyle. Raised in the streets of Philadelphia, Stevie endured a stint of homelessness to become a professional skateboarder and highly acclaimed entrepreneur, earning respect among top athletes in the skater world, industry tastemakers and diehard fans. Skateboarding since the age of 11, Stevie rose to fame, landing on Black Enterprise Magazine’s “The Hot List: The Most Powerful Players Under 40.” He also serves as Brand Ambassadors for multiple companies including Supra footwear, G-Shock watches and 9Five eyewear.
Grammy Award winner and Hip-Hop icon Lil Wayne joined Stevie to unveil his TRUKFIT contemporary street wear line featuring signature T-shirts, sweatshirts and hats for men and boys with designs heavily influenced by today’s hip hop culture and lifestyle. Both Stevie and Lil Wayne will continued their daytime retail successes with an exclusive red carpet night time celebratory affair at the world renown club, Drai’s in Hollywood.
Literally rising from nothing to something, Stevie Williams is paving the way for a new generation of skaters who desire to convey the industry’s exclusive culture in the form of affordable fashion for admirers of all ages. “What Wayne and I are doing is bringing Skate Culture inside of corporate entities where a lot of our fans shop and we’re proud to do this with Macy’s,” salutes Stevie Williams.
My Name is Justin Espinosa AKA Espi. I would like to submit my track “Old School Millionaire”, a Rusko vs. Lil Wayne mash up. This was my first attempt at mixing / mashing a track and I feel it was a real personal success. The tracks used are Lil Wayne’s “A Milli” (Vocals) and Rusko’s “Scareware” I feel this mix gives a fresh new outlook on two older but still classic tracks. Hopefully this will be the start of something great!
ESPI – Old School Millionaire (Rusko Vs Lil Wayne) by EspiMusic
While Blaqstarr was tearing down stages at SXSW and Winter Music Conference last month he was also preparing to release his latest collection of sounds – Blaqstarr: The Mixtape.
Several leaked songs and viral videos later, the wait is over and he has brought a gang of industry heavy weights along with him. With guest collaborators including Lil Wayne, M.I.A., Steve Aoki, Mos Def, Diplo and many more this is one experience you don’t want to miss.
So without further ado…please fasten your seat belts and enjoy the boundless, ever changing, tripped out roller coaster ride better known as Blaqstarr.
14th Tote It 2 by BlaqstarrMusic
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As if either of these songs could get bigger… Jason Smith worked his magic on yet another brilliant match made in mashup heaven. “Take Over Adele” amps up Adele’s classic vocals with the power of Afrojack’s production.
Take Over Adele (Jason Smith Bootleg) by iamjasonsmith
Lil Wayne Talks Dirty – DJ CHACHI Rmx (Lil Wayne Vs Wynter Gordon) by DJ Chachi
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Dear DJ, Its been a long time coming…this project is something that is near and dear to my heart. Your support to build this group has been incredible. We thank you for being an early ambassador, for it has been the collective word of mouth from you the DJ that has given us a firm foundation. Without you there would be no me! I sent this Power Pack to a SELECTIVE FEW, Now let’s break some records!
Dirty Money baby!!
God Bless You!!
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Feat. Lil Wayne
Fathead officials announced that they were releasing the Lil Wayne Fathead earlier than expected today because his millions of fans worldwide were demanding it.
“We just kept getting bombarded by Weezy fans demanding that we release his Fathead immediately, so we caved and his Fathead is officially free”, said a Fathead spokesman. “We even sent his Fathead along with a special code to say no hard feelings”.
The Lil Wayne Fathead immediately released the code to the public. The code is LILFREE and will get fans Free Shipping when used at check out at www.fathead.com
“The Carter” documentary is an in-depth look at the artist Dwayne “LIL’ WAYNE” Carter Jr., proclaimed by many as the “greatest rapper alive.” The film provides an intimate chronicle of Lil’ Wayne’s day-to-day life in the weeks before his meteoric success as a global hip-hop phenomenon. From disastrous press interviews to unadulterated cough syrup and marijuana usage, the camera gives viewers entourage level access to Wayne’s personal universe. Make sure to get your copy of this epic documentary when it drops on November 17th. Click TheCarterDoc.com for more information.