Posted by Middy on April 28, 2012
Nicky Romero appeared on BBC Radio One’s legendary Essential Mix show last night and definitely made the most of his opportunity, using every second of the 2 hours allotted to him to display his mastery as a producer and as a Dj mixing seamlessly through his extensive discography with hot tracks from others in the industry, while putting together a few impressive bootlegs such as his “Titanium” remix bootleg. He takes the opportunity to play many of his already released tracks, but he also uses this medium to showcase to the world some of his upcoming tracks including his UMF ID that is now a collaboration with ZROQ called WTF and will be released on Nicky Romero’s own Protocol Records.
He also played much his anticipated collaboration with Avicii “Nicktim”, a new collaboration with David Guetta that sounds great, Sander van Doorn’s upcoming anthem “Nothing Inside”, Dyro & Ansol’s electro house banger “Top Of The World”, and the first radio play of Avicii & Lenny Kravitz – Superlove (Original Mix). Nicky Romero is cementing himself as a superstar in EDM with the ability to produce all sorts of genres moving from his works with Fedde le Grand that have more of a tech feel, to his progressive solo works and those with David Guetta and his harder grimier tracks he has done on his own. The essential mixes coming at us this year have been crazy good with the previous two from Alesso & Arty both being must listens. This is perfect for your Saturday so Nicky Romero start off or continue your raging. Tracklist after the jump.
Posted by BIGLIFE on December 21, 2010
This didn’t actually air on MTV, did it? WTF.
DOWNLOAD: XV – A Night To Remember
DOWNLOAD: Los – Dark Twisted Fantasy (Freestyle)
DOWNLOAD: Trey Songz – May I (Feat. Fabolous)
Had to do an R Kelly…
DOWNLOAD: R. Kelly – Relief
Posted by BIGLIFE on December 3, 2010
WTF, is this real life? A 5 foot 8 high school student with braces dunks on a 6 foot 8 defender! Don’t waste your time trying to find this kids jet boosters because I spent 30 minutes doing just that. I need more info on this kid. In other news, Suge Knight’s storage unit was auctioned off on A&E’s “Storage Wars”. That’s humiliating. Full article can be found at HipHopWired:
As previously reported, the Death Row Records head had a number of his items sold at auction in February by the owner of ‘Conejo Valley Moving & Storage’ who said he owed him money.
Similarly, Knight’s items were seen being sold on the premier of A&E’s “Storage Wars.”
The auction was said to be successful making $4,500 dollars in 30 minutes off Suge’s property including furniture, clothing, appliances and gym equipment.