Although Dej Loaf has had enough of the “Try Me” remixes, Hustle Gang opted to still drop their own version, which includes verses from T.I., Trae Tha Truth and Troy Ave.
For this week’s entry in Rae’s Throwback Thursday series, he takes us back to Mary J Blige’s hit record “All Night Long.”
Perhaps I’ve been living under a rock – or perhaps I’ve just been living within the rap realms, but this young pop singer has been holding down the charts with her smash hit “All About That Bass” for the past several weeks. Anyway, Maejor Ali grabbed Justin Bieber to create a remix, and offered up some accompanying words with it:
“I’m excited to bring a hood yet house twist to such a catchy song. I first put this song out as a production remix on my own. Not soon after it went out, Meghan heard it, then Justin heard it, and shortly after they asked me to pull my version down so that the collaboration could happen. And that’s the dopest part.”
Taking on French Montana’s “Don’t Panic”, Jeremih grabbed a hold of French Montana and Chris Brown’s original remix to deliver his own spin on the big hit.
NY DJ Austin Millz has decided to mash up Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type” into a energetic and menacing combination of sounds, creating a fresh new remix of the track, and giving the clubs a whole other reason to rock this track.
DJ TedSmooth hits us with a super smooth remix to Kirko Bangz and August Alsina’s collaboration, “Rich.” Check it out below.
Maino adds a verse to Nico & Vinz’s radio hit “Am I Wrong.” His new project, King of Brooklyn 2, is set to drop on November 25th.
Raekwon keeps his Throwback Thursdays series going strong with the 16th entry, which features him remixing Amerie’s “Why Don’t We Fall In Love.”