Progressive House | Katy Perry ft. Juicy J – Dark Horse (Jaz Von D Bootleg)

Posted by on February 19, 2014

Katy Perry ft. Juicy J - Dark Horse (Jaz Von D Bootleg)
Katy Perry’s “Prism” did ridiculous in terms of sales, with 286,000 flying off the shelves in the first week and 557,024 first week sales for “Roar” in the lead up to the album. “Dark Horse” is the latest tune to go number one. The original beat is hot fire, Dr. Luke, Max Martin & Cirkut did work on the original, but have you been looking for way to try and give it a refresher in your playlists? Dutchman Jaz von D is the man of the hour, adding a progressive flare to the tune with a rolling, growling electro bass line. Best of all, the remix is free.

Free Download: Katy Perry ft. Juicy J – Dark Horse (Jaz Von D Bootleg)

Electro, House | Katy Perry – Dark Horse (Ravi B. Bootleg)

Posted by on February 5, 2014

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NJ producer Ravi B. hits us with a bootleg remix of Katy Perry’s Dark Horse, mixing Katy Perry and Juicy J’s poppy trap top 40 tune “Dark Horse” into an upbeat electro-house club rager. I had a chance to speak with Ravi regarding his latest remixes, and he’s been focused on making bootlegs for the radio, notably landing spins on NYC’s 92.3 Now, and Philly’s Wired 96.5 among others. Also be sure to check out his remix of OneRepublic’s Counting Stars. This is a must listen and a must download!

Free Download: Katy Perry- Dark Horse (Ravi B. Bootleg)

Hip-Hop, Rap, Videos | Raz Simone – These Kids Throw Rocks

Posted by on June 3, 2013

“She got a big booty, so I call her big booty.”
“Popped a molly, I’m sweatin’, woo!”
“You say no to rachet pussy, Juicy J can’t.”

What do these three lines have in common? They are all some of the most widely recited and remembered lines in hip-hop these past few months. What else do they have in common? They have absolutely zero substance, thought, or profundity to them.

Raz Simone on the other hand takes a different approach to his music. With careful thought and emotion poured in to each line, listeners are drawn in and kept hooked throughout every song, mixtape and album. After the success of his most recent EP, Solomon Samuel Simone, Raz decided to take to the camera and capture more in depth one of the offerings from the tape.

The video for “These Kids Throw Rocks” has hit the internet and is quite impressive.

Here’s what Raz had to say: “This video is self directed and edited for a more personal approach to visualize the song. After recent events in my life the lyrics hit even harder than when I initially wrote them.”

I hope you enjoy and be sure to grab the full Solomon Samuel Simone EP here, if you haven’t already!


Dubstep, Hip-Hop | DOSVEC – We Still In This Bitch

Posted by on May 29, 2013

Still In This

DOSVEC once again makes B.O.B. original track sound Much Much Better! He has done it with Beast Break and Mind Lies and now with “We Still In This Bitch” This song should become a staple at every RAGER and will surely makes waves for a long time to come.


Compilation | What’s In Dshaq’s Tape Deck vol. 3

Posted by on April 24, 2013


After a brief hiatus, I’m back and ready to give you some tunes guaranteed to make you feel giddy inside. Instead of my regular hip-hop posts, I’m broadening my horizons with this volume including some electronic artists and other various genres. Prepare yourselves.

1) Cherub

Luckily I was able to see Cherub last weekend and they blew me away. Their synthy pop sound gives off an state of ecstasy that is guaranteed to get you grooving and bopping your head. Cherub hails from Nashville and has actually been around for a little bit, but has failed to receive the praise they deserve. Their Doses and Mimosas video (which is my favorite track by them), has over 600,000 views on youtube and I definitely see them blowing up very soon. Check out the video below and check out their Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud pages below.

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Compilation | Dshaq’s Top Ten of 2012

Posted by on January 3, 2013

I keep finding it harder and harder to believe that a new year is upon us. To put it in lay man’s terms, 2012 was a pretty dope year. Just to name a few examples, we saw:

1) Chicago Rap take over
2) The emergence of new rappers into the game such as Joey Bada$$, Chief Keef, and Trinidad Jame$.
3) Anything Kanye touches is automatically amazing

The year proved to broaden my musical taste and allow me to venture into different genres. So without further ado, I present my top ten tracks of 2012. Enjoy. READ ON >>

Chill, Hip-Hop, Rap, Videos | Juicy J ft. Wiz Khalifa – Know Better (Official Video)

Posted by on November 11, 2012

Just a week after they released the track, Wizzle and Juicy give this track of Cabin Fever 2 the video treatment. Probably the most cliche video I’ve ever seen, I really don’t think they even needed a director for this. One of them could’ve just filmed an after party on their iPhone and it would’ve served about the same purpose. Also, there’s some dot under Wiz’s eye that I’ve never seen before, and I consider myself a Wiz historian, if anyone has any idea what that could be, please contact me. But on a more serious note, this song doesn’t suck, so enjoy it.