Loading...

www.markdevlin.co.uk

www.markdevlin.co.uk

Friday, 29 January 2010

MD'S CLUB DATES, FEBRUARY/ MARCH 2010


















Thursday 11th February
THURSDAYS @
Izi, Witney
(9pm-2am)

Saturday 13th February
SATURDAYS @
Mirage Club, Aylesbury
(10.30pm-3am)

Saturday 20th February
THE VAULTS @
The Second Bridge, Bath
(10.45pm-3am)

Saturday 27th February
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

Thursday 4th March
THURSDAYS @
Izi, Witney
(9pm-2am)

Saturday 6th March
THE JAM @
Club Gravity, Vilnius, LITHUANIA

Saturday 13th March
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

Thursday 18th March
THURSDAYS @
Izi, Witney
(9pm-2am)

Saturday 20th March
SATURDAYS @
Mirage Club, Aylesbury
(10.30pm-3am)

Saturday 27th March
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

Thursday, 28 January 2010

JUST BUGGIN. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 27/1/10


















MARK DEVLIN
JUST BUGGIN’ ON OXFORD’S FM107.9 (WWW.FM1079.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR WEDNESDAY 27TH JANUARY 2010


To listen again (ad-free!), just click on the following Download links:

PART 1

PART 2


APACHE: GANGSTA B*TCH

SNOOP DOGG Featuring JAY-Z: I WANNA ROCK (The Kings G-Mix)

REFLECTION ETERNAL Featuring J COLE, JAY ELECTRONICA, MOS DEF: JUST BEGUN

KINETIK: NEW INTROOO

METHOD MAN, GHOSTFACE KILLAH & RAEKWON: OUR DREAMS

CHIMA ANYA: I LOVE RAP

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
STRONG ARM STEADY Featuring PHONTE: BEST OF TIMES

SAIGON: EXHIBIT SAI

HITCHKOCH: BRICK BY BRICK

RIHANNA: REDEMPTION SONG (FOR HAITI RELIEF)

COMMON: NEXT TIME

DIVINE MINDS Featuring TACHE HOUSTON: ARM'S REACH

LARGE PROFESSOR: BOWNE

OLD TO THE NEW:
NAS: HALFTIME

NAS & DAMIAN MARLEY: STRONG WILL CONTINUE

ROYCE DA 5'9: ON THE RUN

ROYCE DA 5'9: MURDER

MASTA ACE & EDO G: WHY DOES IT MATTER

SELF SCIENTIFIC: DESIGNER MUSIC

DRAKE Featuring NATSTAR: SCRIPTURES 2.0

J-LOVE: BACK IN NEW YORK

LUPE FIASCO: I"M BEAMIN'

MAVERICK SABRE: SOMETIMES

STYLAH Featuring MR. HUDSON: FOREVER YOUNG REMIX

DAVID BANNER: SLOW DOWN

LARGE PROFESSOR: AMAMAN

MARY J BLIGE Featuring J-LOVE: I LOVE U (YES I DO) (REMIX)

MASTA ACE & EDO G: WE WANT IT ALL

JIMMY SCREECH Featuring ROOTS MANUVA: DOLLYANNA

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

BLACK SHEEP MAG MEETS MIDNIGHT EXPRESS


















Scotland, it's your time! Black Sheep Magazine is set to hit Aberdeen on Sunday 31st January for its official Scottish Launch party. The action will be happening at Korova Bar & Kitchen, in association with the venue's regular Midnight Express event.

Sounds are to be delivered by residents MC, Kojo and Romeo, with Black Sheep Mag's Mark Devlin on guest DJ duties. Expect a firing mix of hip hop, R&B, reggae dancehall and other styles - but no nasty cheesy pop R&B! A live PA act is also set to perform. Photographers will be in the house, and there'll be giveaway CDs all night. The session runs from 11pm, to 2am.

Korova is in Bridge Street, Aberdeen. Click here for further info.

Thursday, 21 January 2010

JUST BUGGIN. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 20/1/10


















MARK DEVLIN
JUST BUGGIN’ ON OXFORD’S FM107.9 (WWW.FM1079.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR WEDNESDAY 20TH JANUARY 2010


To listen again (ad-free!), just click on the following Download links:

PART 1

PART 2 (Includes DJ Ai-Va's Live In Norway mix)


SNOOP DOGG Featuring JAY-Z: I WANNA ROCK (The Kings G-Mix)

CHIMA ANYA: I LOVE RAP

SCORZAYZEE: BEST I EVER HAD

STYLAH Featuring MR. HUDSON: FOREVER YOUNG REMIX

DRAKE Featuring NATSTAR: SCRIPTURES 2.0

LUPE FIASCO: I"M BEAMIN'

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
SAIGON: EXHIBIT SAI

DIVINE MINDS Featuring TACHE HOUSTON: ARM'S REACH

ALICIA KEYS Featuring DRAKE: UNTHINKABLE

ALICIA KEYS Featuring RAEKWON, CNN & STYLES P: EMPIRE STATE OF MIND (DJ Green Lantern Remix)

LARGE PROFESSOR: BOWNE

MASTA ACE & EDO G: WHY DOES IT MATTER

OLD TO THE NEW:
SMIFF N WESSUN Featuring MARY J BLIGE: I LOVE YOU

MARY J BLIGE Featuring J-LOVE: I LOVE U (YES I DO) (REMIX)

MAVERICK SABRE: SOMETIMES

GUEST DJ MIX: DJ AI-VA (LATVIA) RECORDED LIVE AT SOUL CITY, NORWAY
1. HEY BABY - STEPHEN MARLEY FT MOS DEF
2. HAND INA DI AIR - ASSASSIN
3. STILL NOT A PLAYA - BIG PUN
4. BORN TO ROLL - MASTA ACE
5. NUTHIN LIKE HIP HOP MUSIC - DEAMS / TIZWARZ
6. I GOT IT MADE - SPECIAL ED
7. PAID IN FULL - ERIC B & RAKIM / WHITE STRIPES
8. THIS LOVE - MAROON 5 / RUN DMC
9. FREAKIT - DAS EFX
10. MY DICK - MICKEY AVALON / SNOOP DOGG
11. TOO MANY MC'S (BENJA STYLES REMIX) - BEASTIE BOYS FT NAS
12. SON OF A PREACHER MAN - DUSTY SPRINGFIELD
13. RELEASE YO DELF - METHOD MAN
14. REAL HIP HOP - DAS EFX / THE DOORS
15. I LOVE ROCK'N'ROLL - JOAN JETT
16. WHITE GURL - E-40 FT UGK
17. LIKE THIS - MIMS FT SEAN KINGSTON, MR.VEGAS
18. CAN'T BELIEVE IT - T-PAIN FT LIL WAYNE
19. DITTY - PAPERBOY / ROCK IT SCIENTISTS
20. TING A LING - SHABBA RANKS
21. HEY YOU GALS - RED RAT

ROYCE DA 5'9: ON THE RUN

ROYCE DA 5'9: MURDER

J-LOVE: BACK IN NEW YORK

SELF SCIENTIFIC: DESIGNER MUSIC

CHALLENGER HAYNES: HIP HOP

MASTA ACE & EDO G: WE WANT IT ALL

Sunday, 17 January 2010

MD'S CLUB DATES, JANUARY/ FEBRUARY 2010


















Thursday 21st January
THURSDAYS @
Izi, Witney
(9pm-2am)

Saturday 23rd January
SATURDAYS @
Mirage Club, Aylesbury
(10.30pm-3am)

Saturday 30th January
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

Sunday 31st January
MIDNIGHT EXPRESS/
BLACK SHEEP MAG SCOTTISH LAUNCH PARTY @
Korova, Aberdeen, SCOTLAND

Thursday 4th February
THURSDAYS @
Izi, Witney
(9pm-2am)

Friday 5th February
WE GOT BEEF @
Helsinki, FINLAND
(Old School Vinyl Set!)

Saturday 6th February
SATURDAYS @
Mirage Club, Aylesbury
(10.30pm-3am)

Thursday 18th February
THURSDAYS @
Izi, Witney
(9pm-2am)

Saturday 20th February
THE VAULTS @
The Second Bridge, Bath
(10.45pm-3am)

Saturday 27th February
BRIDGE @
The Bridge, Oxford
(10.30pm-3am)

Saturday, 16 January 2010

MD'S 1990 HYBRID MIX


OK. On the grounds that a good DJ appreciates the opportunity to occasionally play styles outside of their regular comfort zone, and that versatility is the hallmark of the true professional ... here's a revival mix that's a bit different to the norm.

This one marks the 20th anniversary of 1990, in my view, one of the most fascinating years for music. This was the point at which acid house and rave culture had caught on in the UK, but hadn't quite developed into the house/ dance scene that characterised the rest of the 90s. At the same time, there were still a lot of soul, funk and reggae sounds around - particularly that Soul II Soul-style rhythm. The result was a hybrid sound fusing all these elements that was very distinctive to 1990, and marked a turning point from one decade into another.

Pretty much all these joints are British in origin. They all sound well-dated now, of course - but that's part of the appeal. Many of them also provided a harsh reminder of just how bloody difficult it was to mix off 7" vinyl!

If you're looking for an 'urban' or hip hop fix, this won't be for you. But if you're open-minded enough to appreciate different styles and a little piece of music history - and particularly if you were around in 1990 raving to or playing all this good stuff - download, listen, and float off into a zone.

MD'S 1990 HYBRID MIX

BOBBY KONDERS: THE POEM
MC WILDSKI: WONDERFUL WORLD
VOLUME TEN: PRIDE
TIMMY THOMAS: WHY CAN'T WE LIVE TOGETHER? (1990 RE-EDIT)
THE GRID: FLOATATION
BASSOMATIC: FASCINATING RHYTHM
HISTORY Featuring Q-TEE: AFRICA
KICKING BACK Featuring TAXMAN: DEVOTION
VOICES OF AFRICA: HOOMBA HOOMBA
KICKING BACK Featuring TAXMAN: EVERYTHING
JT & THE BIG FAMILY: MOMENTS IN SOUL
DIANA BROWN & BARRIE K SHARPE: THE MASTERPLAN
HAPPY MONDAYS: STEP ON (PERFECTO MIX)
BEATS INTERNATIONAL: BURUNDI BLUES
BOCCA JUNIORS: RAISE
SAINT ETIENNE: ONLY LOVE CAN BREAK YOUR HEART
FATMAN & STELLA MAE: RELEASE ME
PLUS ONE: IT'S HAPPENIN'
ORBITAL: CHIME
ADVENTURES OF STEVIE V: DIRTY CASH
TRIBAL HOUSE: MOTHERLAND
ALISON LIMERICK: WHERE LOVE LIVES

Thursday, 14 January 2010

JUST BUGGIN. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS FOR 13/1/10


















MARK DEVLIN
JUST BUGGIN’ ON OXFORD’S FM107.9 (WWW.FM1079.COM)
PLAYLIST FOR WEDNESDAY 13TH JANUARY 2010


To listen again (ad-free!), just click on the following Download links:

PART 1

PART 2 (Includes The Untouchable DJ Drastic's 2009 retrospective mix, part 2)


SKILLZ: THE 2009 WRAP UP

GIGGS: DON'T GO THERE

WILEY Featuring EMELI SANDE: NEVER BE YOUR WOMAN

ALICIA KEYS Featuring RAEKWON, CNN & STYLES P: EMPIRE STATE OF MIND (DJ Green Lantern Remix)

ROYCE DA 5'9 Featuring PHONTE: SOMETHING 2 RIDE 2

MASTA ACE & EDO G Featuring POSDNOUS: GOOD MUSIC

STREET BEAT OF THE WEEK:
DRAKE Featuring NATSTAR: SCRIPTURES 2.0

LARGE PROFESSOR: BOWNE

ALICIA KEYS Featuring DRAKE: UNTHINKABLE

MARY J BLIGE Featuring J-LOVE: I LOVE U (YES I DO) (REMIX)

SOULS OF MISCHIEF: MR. FREEMAN SKIT

SOULS OF MISCHIEF: DEAD MAN WALKIN'

ROYCE DA 5'9: PART OF ME

OLD TO THE NEW:
MAIN SOURCE: FAKIN' THE FUNK

LARGE PROFESSOR: AMAMAN

MYSTRO: THE 2009 WRAP UP

GUEST DJ MIX: THE UNTOUCHABLE DJ DRASTIC (NEW YORK CITY) 2009 RETROSPECTIVE MIX, PART 2

STYLAH Featuring MR. HUDSON: FOREVER YOUNG REMIX

CHALLENGER HAYNES: HIP HOP

JIMMY SCREECH Featuring ROOTS MANUVA: DOLLYANNA

SHAUN BOOTHE: THE UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF SEAN COMBS

WILLIE THE KID Featuring L.A THE DARKMAN: NECESSARY WAY

Sunday, 3 January 2010

MD'S DIARY, DECEMBER 09








































































First job of the month was the completion of 2009 Bangers - all the big tunes of the year in three quickfire mixes. This year's were harder than ever to classify, given the continuing divergence of different genres. The R&B/ Urban House and Hip Hop mixes are only loose labels for what they contain, therefore, whereas the UK Funky one does what it says on the label. This is the one I most enjoyed putting together, and is likely to be of the most interest to overseas heads keen to get a grip on the sound that ruled UK and holiday resort dancefloors this Summer. I'm giving out CD copies at my gigs, but they're otherwise available via the following blog link, along with full playlists:

http://djmarkdevlin.blogspot.com/2010/01/urban-noughties-review-2000-2009.html

Incidentally, my thoughts on the blurring of the boundaries between what were previously thought of as 'urban' and 'dance' music are the basis of a feature I wrote recently for the Rivmixx music industry networking site, (http://www.rivmixx.com)
There's comments in there from DJ Semtex, Maurice of Soul II Streets and Stuckee of the Play Centre music promo companies. You can read it at:
http://www.rivmixx.com/features-listing/feature-urban-decade/7749

I completed a long run of artist interviews on my radio show by way a phone chat with Raekwon at the start of the month.
The Wu Tang legend was a highly courteous gent to chat to, on his way to pick up his son in New York as I kicked it to him on the cellphone. A far cry from the manic persona portrayed on track. Among other points, I asked him about the origin of the name Raekwon and his nickname of 'The Chef.' The interview's been posted on Black Sheep Magazine, which you can listen to here:
http://www.blacksheepmag.com/features/interviews/item/1042-master-chef

On to the first weekend of the year, and this consisted of my first three Christmas sessions DJing at Trinity, a newly-opened venue in my hometown of Bicester. The spot is primarily a restaurant, tea room and bar, but also has an upstairs function room. Through December, there are several corporate and private group bookings for evening meals, after which the punters are herded upstairs to dance off the calories. As a result, the crowds I was playing to clearly weren't regular clubbers, and would have been unfamiliar with anything too upfront or specialist. The solution was to dig out a whole load of Motown stompers, Atlantic soul classics, 70s disco, plenty of James Brown and Michael Jackson and a bit of Bob Marley. Everything remained loosely rooted in black music, which avoided things being too musically painful, whilst still getting punters aged 50 and above dancing.

It's always a useful experience for a DJ to step outside of their comfort zone and play styles they normally don't to crowds they wouldn't normally encounter. It keeps you sharp and is the test of a DJ's real versatlity. Kicking off a mad second weekend of December, I had one of these lined up in Riga, Latvia.

The Ryanair flight out cost less than the diesel used getting to Stansted. The downside was that it left at 6am, causing me the hardship of having to leave my warm bed and warm wife at 2.30am. Leaving behind the bombsite of a house caused by my 11-month-old daughter, I used the journey to catch up on a batch of new CD listening.

Riga was a dark and drizzly 3 degrees as I bussed it in from the airport, and I spent a good part of the day catching up on sleep, before linking in the evening with DJ Green, a hip-hop/ reggae DJ who also teaches mixing skills at Riga's Rhythm Institute. Whereas my hotel was in the distinctly Eastern Bloc-looking part of the city, we met in the charming and tourist-friendly Old Town, where a traditional Christmas market was in effect. Green mentioned his plans to relocate to London as soon as possible, and we discussed the potential difficulties of finding any DJ work there, given that the market is already saturated with young contenders. The potato pancakes and hot fruit punch set me up nicely for the gig.

The venue was Piens which, despite being an anagram of 'penis', means 'milk' in Latvian. I span alongside DJ Ai-Va, who had just that evening returned from a tour of the US, and must have been jetlagged the f*ck out! The musical guidelines for the night were that it should be a soul/ funk/ disco session, with a little indie, but definitely no cheese or pop. I took up the challenge willingly, pulling out another set that was far different from the usual fare. It was great fun. I recorded the whole session, and you can listen back to a good part of it on the following link:

Friday 11th was an exhausting one. After an early departure back to the airport I arrived home mid-afternoon, programming in a catch-up nap among prep for the weekend's remaining trip. In the evening, I set off for another de-bloating workout at Trinity, before managing just 90 minutes sleep at home, then another crack-of-dawn departure for the airport.

On the schedule was a very welcome return to Egypt to play at Ministry Of Sound on the Red Sea coast of Hurghada. My gig there in July was undoubtedly the best of the year, and the opportunity for 48 hours of sun in drizzly December was highly appreciated.

The only direct flights from the UK to Hurghada are with Easyjet and Thomas Cook, and neither fly on a Saturday. The only manageable-cost option was to route via Stuttgart, Germany, flying out of Heathrow with BA, then connecting with the German holiday operator Condor. I arrived into an already pitch-black Egypt at 5.45pm. and soon afterwards linked with promoter Owen for a bite and a beer at The Lodge. This is one of a handful of venues in Hurghada's Sekalla district owned by the same British/ Dutch partnership that has the franchise to trade under both the Ministry Of Sound and Hed Kandi brands in the area.

MOS at Papas Beach Club had been fully open-air in July. For the more nippy Winter nights, they'd encased the venue in a marquee-type arrangement, with added door frames. Belfast's DJ Ghost had played a couple of weeks before and and had warned me to take a jacket as the Winter nights are chilly. I found it quite reasonable in just a T-shirt.

The gig was as jumping and full-on as I knew it would be, and I had the time of my life dropping bombs between 1.30 and 4am. Gucci Mane and Usher's 'Spotlight' particularly destroyed it. I generally find myself working through a few weeks of routine, run of the mill gigs before a great one like this pops up. When it does, it makes the whole idea of doing this job entirely worthwhile.

With my flight home not until Monday, this left me with the whole of Sunday to chill in the resort. Heading for poolside cocktails at the nearby Hed Kandi beach bar, the air was being filled with calls to prayer from three different mosque minarets clashing in the atmosphere, making for a highly surreal setting. I asked what Christmas is like in Egypt. Being a muslim country, 25th December is just a regular day, although the European and American expats tend to get together for a traditional Christmas dinner. Egypt has 7th January as a public holiday - seemingly their version of New Year's Day.

In the evening, I ate out with Cardiff-based DJ Sarah Louise, who'd been spinning at the Hed Kandi venue while I was at Ministry. We talked about DJing chores back home, where she revealed that she routinely works six nights a week, and through December, is doing crushing 3pm-3am shifts. Even half of that is too much for me. We flew back with Easyjet to Gatwick on Monday 14th after rinsing the Duty Free shop for cheap vodka (for me,) perfume (for Wifey) and fags (for the mother-in-law.)

I was amused by some of the comments on BBC2's 'The Grumpy Guide To Christmas' (I've almost started a DJs' version on Facebook, and feel I would have many allies in such a project.) On it, assorted stand-ups like Al Murray and Bobby Davro were whinging about the perils of doing comedy shows in the run-up to Christmas, when crowds are invariably pissed up and prone to the sort of uncivilised behaviour that only seems to come out at this time of year. Experience has taught me that DJs go through the same thing, and the run-up to Christmas saw girls, (always girls!), who would normally be dancing to Beyonce and 50 Cent, inexplicably asking for Shakin' Stevens and being very rude when you politely explain that you haven't got it. Christmas Eve is always the worst for this. This year, I was spinning at Izi in Witney. I gave into the festive madness to spin The Pogues, Slade and Mariah at midnight, but at that point the line has to be drawn!

'Just Buggin' on Wednesday 23rd had included the airing of my Raekwon interview. Boxing Night marked the big one - my five-hour retrospective of the urban sounds of 2000 to 2009. Half an hour for each year in the quickfire mix. Quite an ambitious one, but having done similar for the passing of the 90s, it seemed only right to mark the 00s too, as I can't entirely guarantee I'll still be in the game at the end of 2019! There's Listen Again links to each of the half-hour segments and the full playlist of tracks at:

http://djmarkdevlin.blogspot.com/2009/12/urban-noughties-review-2000-2009.html

The next, highly significant date in the Devlin household was Tuesday 29th, which marked the first birthday of our little girl Zaina. Naturally, this called for a family party, with the cake timed for 1.40pm, the time she came into the world. Z's birthday will ensure that the no-mans-land time between Christmas and New Year will never again be dull - and that December will never again be cheap!

For the New Year's Eve blowout I was back at Izi in Witney, spinning 11pm to 3am. The venue has the distinct advantage of being within staggering distance of my folks' house, allowing my Dad the rare experience of witnessing one of his son's gigs, and the equally rare opportunity for me to have a few NYE drinks without an expensive cab ride home. The Fatman Scoop New Year shout-outs provided by the Digi DJ promo company proved useful, and the Big Ben chimes CD got its annual dusting down.

... and that was 2009.

Saturday, 2 January 2010

THE URBAN NOUGHTIES REVIEW. 2000-2009. PLAYLIST & LISTEN AGAIN LINKS


















THE URBAN NOUGHTIES REVIEW ON FM107.9 WITH MARK DEVLIN
BROADCAST 26/12/09, 7PM-12AM.

A retrospective on the past ten years in R&B, hip hop, and everything in between.
To listen again to each year's section, just hit the corresponding download link...


2000

OUTKAST: MS JACKSON
AALIYAH: TRY AGAIN
JA RULE: BETWEEN ME AND YOU
M.O.P: COLD AS ICE
M.O.P: ANTE UP
M.O.P Featuring BUSTA RHYMES & REMY MA: ANTE UP (REMIX)
ROYCE DA 5'9: BOOM (REMIX)
JAY-Z: BIG PIMPIN'
DESTINY'S CHILD: INDEPENDENT WOMEN
NEXT: WIFEY
IN ESSENCE: YOU WILL NEVER FIND
SISQO: THONG SONG
EMINEM: THE REAL SLIM SHADY



2001

JA RULE Featuring ASHANTI: ALWAYS ON TIME
MARY J BLIGE: FAMILY AFFAIR
EVE: LET ME BLOW YOUR MIND
MISSY ELLIOTT Featuring JAY-Z: MINUTE MAN
MISSY ELLIOTT Featuring LUDACRIS: MINUTE MAN
LIL MO Featuring FABOLOUS: SUPERWOMAN
ERICK SERMON: MUSIC
LUDACRIS: AREA CODES
JA RULE Featuring CASE: LIVIN' IT UP
FABOLOUS: YOUNG N
IKONZ: GET CRUNKED UP
CROOKLYN CLAN: HOLLA AT ME NOW
BUBBA SPARXX: UGLY


2002

TONI BRAXTON: HIT THE FREEWAY
ASHANTI: HAPPY
ALICIA KEYS: GIRLFRIEND (REMIX)
NIVEA: DON'T MESS WITH MY MAN
TWEET: BOOGIE 2NITE
CAM'RON: OH BOY
LUDACRIS: MOVE B*TCH
CLIPSE: GRINDIN'
JOE BUDDEN: FOCUS
PASTOR TROY: ARE WE CUTTIN'
G DEP: SPECIAL DELIVERY (REMIX)
CROOKLYN CLAN: HOLLA AT ME NOW
MISSY ELLIOTT Featuring 50 CENT: WORK IT (REMIX)


2003

R KELLY: IGNITION (Remix)
BEYONCE: CRAZY IN LOVE
LUMIDEE: NEVER LEAVE (UH OHH)
LUMIDEE Featuring BUSTA RHYMES & FABOLOZ: NEVER LEAVE (Remix)
WAYNE WONDER Featuring LL COOL J: NO LETTING GO (Remix)
SEAN PAUL Featuring FATMAN SCOOP: GET BUSY (Remix)
50 CENT/ BEYONCE: IN THE CLUB
MADEE: IN THE CUT
PLUKKY RANKS: HIGH ROLLER
MISSY ELLIOTT: PASS THAT DUTCH
KELIS: MILKSHAKE
LIL’ JON & THE EASTSIDE BOYZ: GET LOW
JOE BUDDEN: PUMP IT UP


2004

KANYE WEST: JESUS WALKS
J-KWON: TIPSY
J-KWON: TIPSY (Remix)
SNOOP DOGG Featuring PHARRELL: DROP IT LIKE IT’S HOT
TERROR SQUAD: LEAN BACK
LL COOL J: HEADSPRUNG
MASE: BREATHE, STRETCH, SHAKE…
MASE: BREATHE, STRETCH, SHAKE… (Instrumental)
USHER Featuring LIL’ JON & ELEPHANT MAN: YEAH
CIARA Featuring PETEY PABLO: GOODIES
CHRISTINA MILIAN Featuring FABOLOUS: DIP IT LOW
DESTINY’S CHILD: LOSE MY BREATH
KELIS Featuring ANDRE 3000: MILLIONAIRE
ESTELLE: 1980


2005

BOBBY VALENTINO: SLOW DOWN
DAMIAN MARLEY: WELCOME TO JAMROCK
LIL KIM: LIGHTERS UP
LIL KIM Featuring TEGO CALDERON: LIGHTERS UP (Spanish Remix)
DADDY YANKEE: GASOLINA
DON OMAR: REGGAETON LATINO
SEAN PAUL: EVER BLAZIN’
RIHANNA FEATURING FATMAN SCOOP: PON DE REPLAY (Remix)
KANYE WEST: DIAMONDS
KANYE WEST: GOLDIGGER
THE GAME Featuring 50 CENT: HATE IT OR LOVE IT (Reggaeton version)
MARY J BLIGE Featuring THE GAME: MVP
THREE SIX MAFIA: STAY FLY (Remix)
T.I: BRING ‘EM OUT
MEMPHIS BLEEK: IT’S LIKE THAT



2006

BEYONCE Featuring GHOSTFACE: IRREPLACABLE (REMIX)
JOE Featuring PAPOOSE: WHERE U AT
NE-YO: SEXY LOVE
BLACK BUDDAFLY Featuring FABOLOUS: BAD GIRL REMIX
MEGAN ROCHELLE Featuring FABOLOUS: THE ONE YOU NEED
CASSIE: ME & U
DIDDY: COME TO ME
MARIAH CAREY Featuring SNOOP DOGG: SAY SOMETHING
CASSIE: LONG WAY TO GO
OMARION Featuring JOE BUDDEN: ENTOURAGE
JANET JACKSON Featuring KHIA: SO EXCITED
PHARRELL Featuring KANYE WEST: NUMBER ONE
CHRISTINA MILIAN Featuring YOUNG JEEZY: SAY I
BEYONCE Featuring JAY-Z: DEJA VU
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: SEXY BACK
TONY MATTERHORN: DUTTY WINE



2007

50 CENT Featuring JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: AYO TECHNOLOGY
SOULJA BOY: CRANK THAT
THE GAME Featuring KANYE WEST: WOULDN'T GET FAR
CASSIDY: MY DRINK & MY 2 STEP
EVE Featuring KELLY ROWLAND: LIKE THIS
PRETTY RICKY: ON THE HOTLINE
ALICIA KEYS: NO-ONE
FANTASIA Featuring REMY MA: WHEN I SEE U
SWIZZ BEATZ: MONEY IN THE BANK
BEYONCE: GET ME BODIED
EVE: TAMBOURINE
EVE Featuring FABOLOUS & MISSY ELLIOTT: TAMBOURINE (REMIX)
AMERIE: GOTTA WORK
NE-YO Featuring KANYE WEST: BECAUSE OF YOU (REMIX)
TIMBALAND Featuring KERI HILSON: THE WAY I ARE
BASHY Featuring DURRTY GOODZ & TY: BLACK BOYS (REMIX)
DIZZEE RASCAL: OLD SCHOOL


2008

LIL WAYNE: MR. CARTER
T.I Featuring JAY-Z, KANYE WEST & LIL WAYNE: SWAGGA LIKE US
MIA: PAPER PLANES
T.I Featuring RIHANNA: LIVE YOUR LIFE
T.I: NO MATTER WHAT
LIL WAYNE: LOLLIPOP (Remix)
RICK ROSS: THE BOSS
BUSTA RHYMES: ARAB MONEY
RON BROWZ: POP CHAMPAGNE
BRICK & LACE: LOVE IS WICKED
BEYONCE: SINGLE LADIES
FLO RIDA Featuring TIMBALAND: ELEVATOR
NEYO: CLOSER
USHER Featuring YOUNG JEEZY: LOVE IN THE CLUB (Mike D Bass Remix)
WILEY: WEARING MY ROLEX
BOY BETTER KNOW/ SKEPTA: ROLEX SWEEP
ROLL DEEP: DO ME WRONG
ESTELLE: AMERICAN BOY (TS7 Bassline Mix)
ESTELLE: NO SUBSTITUTE LOVE (Bassline Mix)
TAIO CRUZ: COME ON GIRL (Bassline Mix)
SWAY Featuring STUSH: F UR EX


2009

JAY-Z Featuring RIHANNA & KANYE WEST: RUN THIS TOWN
DRAKE: BEST I EVER HAD
KERI HILSON Featuring KANYE WEST & NEYO: KNOCK YOU DOWN
SERANI: NO GAMES
50 CENT Featuring NEYO: BABY BY ME
WHITNEY HOUSTON: MILLION DOLLAR BILL
FLO-RIDA: ROUND ROUND
BEYONCE: SWEET DREAMS
BLACK EYED PEAS: BOOM BOOM POW
PITBULL: I KNOW YOU WANT ME
GRACIOUS K: MIGRAINE SKANK
K.I.G FAMILY: HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES & TOES
SKEPTA: TOO MANY MAN
FUNKY DEE Featuring LIONESS: ARE YOU GONNA BANG DOE