Mix CD: DJ A to the L – Winter Barbecue Music

DJ A to the L - Winter Barbecue Music FRONT COVER

The best of that summery barbecue vibe dropped in the middle of towards the end of winter. Throw this on and vibe at grill time… Winter Barbecue Music is the BEST condiment to compliment your burgers!


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Mix CD: Elevator Music Volume 5

DJ A to the L - Elevator Music Volume 5

Elevator Music Volume 5
mixed by DJ A to the L

*Click the front and back artwork for the big versions*

I’ve had so many people asking me when the next volume of ‘Elevator Music’ is coming out, that I had to go ahead and put a new volume of ‘Elevator Music’ out. Yeah. Volume number five of nowt but instrumentally goodness by my friends, my associates, and people who I respect in this here Hiphop game.

Shabaam Sahdeeq – The American Classic mixtape

Shabaa, Sahdeeq - The American Classic

A collection of collaborations and remixes that consist of classic records from the past and newly released material. “The American Classic” features some of hip-hop greats including Kool G Rap, Talib Kweli, Common, Xzibit, Rah Digga, Mos Def, Sean Price, Skyzoo, Sha Stimuli and many more. S-Dub releases this fine collection of records mixed and arranged by DJ Victorious in conjunction with kicking off a 7 City tour in Europe beginning in late January, 2011.

Smoke DZA – George Kush Da Button (Album)

Cinematic Music Group & GFCnewyork bring you Smoke DZA’s highly anticipated new project “George Kush Da Button” with guest appearances from the homies, Big K.R.I.T., Dom Kennedy, Curren$y, Mickey Factz, Den10, Terri Walker, Kent M$ney & Skotch Davis & a special rant from our man Mad Max. The majority of the project is produced by Ski Beatz & Big K.R.I.T. Look for DZA, Spitta & K.R.I.T. on “The Smokers Club” tour this fall. More info coming soon.

Sounds Of Flawda (Mixes)

Just because I felt like it, here’s a couple of mixes that represent where my adopted home is at either club-wise or radio-wise (or both.) Both are a shade over 30 minutes long, clean for radio play, with a 2 minute instrumental fade at the end. Just call me Mr. Helpful-To-Radio-People.