Songs That Require Neon.

Hope this Friday finds you all well. You, Me & Everyone has been in meetings all day, and can not wait to get out of town this weekend to clear his head. With that said, let’s skip the introduction post and get right to the music.

First up is a remix of one of my favorite hip-hop songs ever. It’s a bassy and treblesome ride of a song, but it’s really more about a statement. It’s fucking fantastic, with Diplo throwing his gritty style down like a tablecloth over what was already a great song. I can’t get enough.

A. Dead Prez – Hip Hop (Diplo Remix) (Removed at request of label.)

You can reach into the middle of the song below, right down to where her vocal chords are, and hold on to them for physical support. You’ll need it as the song itself stumbles around like a pre-teen with heels on. It’s fantastic, what they do to this track and Santy’s voice? Well, it’s as cool as it could be considering all the glitchy, jagged beats flying around. Check it out below.

B. Santogold – L.E.S. Artistes (Left-Right Remix) (Alt: YSI)

This song kind of looks around the bus or the crowded elevator and flips out on someone for no reason. In a good way though, and it seems to me to be just looking for a fight. Will you step in and listen?

C. Blaqstarr – Get Off (Removed at request of label.)

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6 Responses

  1. thanks for the reply.
    we are glad you liked it!

    In Stereo,
    -Chris (and Justin)

  2. that diplo track is god and/or jesus.

  3. TUUUUUNE 😀

  4. Absolutely correct. This is right on the money. I’m glad I just discovered this blog, there is a severe lack of good music blogs out there. You’re a gentlemen and a scholar.

    “Steve”

  5. That Diplo remix of hip hop is jammin to the max! is there anyway you can repost on YSI because zshare is acting up for some odd reason.

  6. What pisses me off about the label asking the song to be removed is that it’s not for sale on Amazon or Emusic. So it’s basically impossible to support the artist by buying an mp3 of it. When are the labels going to learn that not everyone is willing to support the bullshit DRM that iTunes is peddling? I would be happy to throw in my .99 cents if they would make it available, but as is, since the labels make the music so hard to find my _first_ inclination is to assume they don’t offer it, so why bother?

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