With Toronto’s weather gradually becoming fall overnight, there seems to be an impending sense of doom over the city – which ultimately creates the perfect canvas for Toronto producer Bozack Morris to liberate his newest mix of Lana Del Rey. “Summertime Sadness” is slightly eerie to the tune of scary clowns in a haunted house, but nevertheless a smooth mix.
Toronto producer mash-up duo Chef’s Plate is back at it, and this time Junia-T and LordQuest take on John Legend and Andre 3000′s “Greenlight”. In the words of LordQuest, “This is the perfect fusion of bounce and soul…something you’d expect to hear at a roller rink.”
Raekwon continues his weekly throwback series and comes through with his own remix of The Gap Band’s “Yearning For Your Love.”
Hustle Gang’s Shad Da God connects with Young Thug for the remix to his track “Pesos Queso.” The record is produced by Fuse of 808 Mafia.
Lyrica Anderson adds Eric Bellinger to the remix of her single “Freakin.” Her King Me 2 EP is in stores now.
Maroon 5 add a verse from Big Sean and change up the beat for the remix to their radio hit, “Maps.” Their new album, V, drops on September 2nd.
Young Scooter gets XXL Freshmen, Kevin Gates and Rich Homie Quan, to jump on the official remix to his track “Drugs.” The original appears on his mixtape, 80′s Baby.
Graphic designer & fellow blogger Butta Jones took his stab at the producer boards to provide this edit of Jeremih and Shlomoh’s “No More”, which of course comes off their collaborative EP of the same name. If you haven’t grabbed it yet, I assure that you won’t be disappointed. Give Butta’s edit a spin below, as well.