Electro, Hip-Hop | FlyRydaz, T-Pain ft. Flo Rida | Hip-Hop

Posted by on February 24, 2011


The group from Boston is back with a new banger. This track has a great electro beat that should get your weekend started off just right.

FlyRydaz – Shining Star

Wow T-Pain wasn’t kidding when he threatened to leak all of RevolveR…

T-Pain ft. Florida – I’m Dancin’

Electro, House | Hardwell, Liam Keegan, Nadia Ali & More | Electro Bangers

Posted by on February 20, 2011

(Note: This post was lost in the transfer so I’m reposting it) Warning this video has absolutely nothing to do with the post aside from being almost as dirty as these tracks. Guys, ever wondered what you look like checking out a girls bum bum? Tune in. I never realized that girls size one another up this much…

These two DJ’s have been pumping out some serious heaters as of late. This Hardwell January release is no exception and neither is Keegan’s take on Gaga’s new track “Born This Way” so give them an ear if you’re looking for a new electro party track.

DOWNLOAD: Flo Rida feat. Akon – Who Dat Girl (Hardwell Club Mix)

DOWNLOAD: Lady Gaga – Born This Way (Liam Keegan Remix)

If Nadia Ali doesn’t ring a bell, it’s time to get familiar. She’s Avicci’s version of Kaskade’s Haley… sort of… Maybe it’d be better to describe her as the Canadian version of Haley. At any rate, she serves as the perfect ingredient for any progressive track sporting vocals.

DOWNLOAD: Sultan & Ned Shepard Ft. Nadia Ali – Call My Name (Dave Aude Remix)

DOWNLOAD: Nadia Ali – Fine Print (Alex Sayz Extended Mix)

PREVIOUSLY: Nadia Ali – Rapture (Avicii New Generation Extended Mix) — Must Download!


DOWNLOAD: Erika Jayne – One Hot Pleasure (Sultan & Ned Shepard Club Dub)

DOWNLOAD: Bag Raiders – Shooting Stars (Cassian Remix)

Girl Fire, Hip-Hop | Sean Kingston – “King Of Kings” | HIP-HOP

Posted by on February 4, 2011

I almost feel guilty posting this mixtape because Sean Kingston seems too “Disney” for me. I want to hide my secret love for his poppy reggae-like music, but it’s too difficult to keep songs like Dutty Dutty at low volume levels when they’re on deck. Hopefully a few of our fans feel the same way and will appreciate this project which features collaborations with the likes of Justin Bieber, B.o.B, Flo-Rida and Akon. I mean is that a bulletproof lineup or is that a bulletproof lineup? Download the entire mixtape HERE.

DOWNLOAD: Sean Kingston – Say Yes feat Flo-Rida — Love it


DOWNLOAD: Sean Kingston – Wont Stop feat Justin Bieber

DOWNLOAD: Sean Kingston – You Girl feat Akon

DOWNLOAD: Sean Kingston – Hope Is A River feat B.o.B.


Hip-Hop | Hip Hop Update

Posted by on December 1, 2010

I’ve been impressed with Yelawolf’s recent cuts, but my respect for him just quadroupled. If you aren’t aware of his story, check out the mini documentary I just discovered above. This former vagabond who skated from one badland to the next, lives through his music, which allows him to create a unique vibe that blends southern musical influences with life experience. He houses influences from both classic rock stars like Lynard Skynard as well as hip hop legends from the past few decades. For more details check out his website, Facebook page and Twitter.

Previously: Yelawolf – Daddy’s Lambo

This is like a little kids Disney “Hood” Anthem. Check out Flo Rida’s album on Itunes.
Flo Rida – Momma

Joell Ortiz – Battle Cry (Feat. Just Blaze)

Spice 1 – Rollin’ & Smokin’ (Feat. 2Pac, Scarface, & Devin the Dude)

T.I. ft Drake – Poppin Bottles

Jim Jones – Perfect Day feat Juelz Santana

Electro, Girl Fire, Hip-Hop | Flo-Rida feat. Akon – Who Dat Girl

Posted by on November 2, 2010

I’ve never said much about Akon because I never really get the time to write. There’s something special about Akon though. Like his voice or not, when he jumps on a song, there’s instant recognition. It’s almost like he’s the star player on a team that makes his teammates all up their game. I’m a massive Akon supporter. Not just because T-Pain and Lady Gaga are his slaves cash-cows, but because he’s got undeniable star quality.

Flo Rida feat. Akon – Who Dat Girl (Prod. By Dr. Luke)

Electro, House | Party Fuel

Posted by on September 29, 2010

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s officially pledging season. You know what that means? It’s time to bust out some new party fuel that provokes everyone to go buck-wild and thus create the largest messes in frats nationwide.

If you take one part “old” frat banger (Show Me Love) and add that to one part “new” frat banger (SHM – One) you end up with one absolutely filthy track. Honestly, a part of me feared this bootleg might not work too well, however, Trifo prepared this beat almost perfectly.
Swedish House Mafia & Mobin Master – Show Me One Love (Trifo 2010 Bootleg)[BIGLIFE EDIT]
— (5 Stars)

Interestingly enough, you can definitely hear elements from both the tracks used above, in this AfroJack remix. The signature “clap” sound from One seems to be catching on and for good reason – it’s a great tool to accentuate drops.

Afrojack – Take Over Control ft. Eva Simmons
— (4 Stars)

Phonic Funk – Save This City ft. The Bleachworks (Club MIx)[BIGLIFE EDIT]

— (4 Stars)

Fonzerelli maintains a perfect balance of sounds with his remixes; there’s a noticeable theme, yet they’re not redundant and monotonous. A number of DJs suffer from a lack of ingenuity; rather than exploring new boundaries, they confine themselves to a common theme. I guess the idea that success breeds failure rings true for some, but Fonzerelli continuously debunks this adage.

Robbie Rivera and Jerique Allen – We Live For The Music (Fonzerelli Real Ibiza Remix
— (4.5 Stars)

This might be slightly overdone, but I’ll leave that conclusion up to you. Lend the preview an ear if you’re a fan of the original.
Flo Rida feat David Guetta – Club Can’t Handle Me (Adi Perez 10′ Remix)
— (3.5)

Here’s a basement thumper with some authentic instrument sounds thrown in the mix.

Scotty vs Rudy MC – There Is A Time (PH Electro Remix)
— (4 Stars)

Hip-Hop | Hip-Hop

Posted by on August 11, 2010

Here’s just a little teaser from the FNT photo shoot we had yesterday. Look out for more on the way…we just sold out of the black tank tops, hurry up and click HEREto get the white ones before they sell out too!

Kanye West feat. Beyonce & Uncle Charlie Wilson – See Me Now Just got this new Ye and instead of single posting it, I thought I would just add it to this post (GMONEY)
Flo-Rida ft Git Fresh, Ludacris & Gucci Mane – Why You Up In Here(4.5 stars) Dope beat, everyone goes hard and has a quality hook, future radio song
Twista ft Chris Brown – Make A Movie(4 stars) Hot r&b, chris breezy’s voice on this is too good
Cali Swag District – Where Are You(3.5 stars) You wouldn’t expect them to flow on this beat, different but not bad
Katy Perry – Circle The Drain(3 stars) I expected better