Premiere: Yotto – Chemicals

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Yotto Press Shot

Yotto, real name Otto Yliperttula, continues to build on his impressive list of achievements.

He’s made a return to Joris Voorn’s Green imprint to release the double A-side Chemicals / Second Life EP.  Though the artist debuted on Green last year with “Marisa” — named an Essential New Tune on BBC Radio 1 by the emotive dance virtuoso Kölsch — he continues to demonstrate his bona fide ascension. As “Chemicals” traverses texturized soundscapes, its melodic expansiveness takes on a life of its own, where rousing oscillations flourish like the swelling ripples of the ocean’s morning tide.

Though listeners of Yotto’s Essential Mix may recognize the number from the mix, “Chemicals’” tenacious melodic riffs and propulsive grooves ultimately leave them with no choice but to press “repeat.”

Undeniably, “Chemicals’” intoxicating affect washes over listeners, but as Yotto’s discernable big room kick drums and billowing synths become a defining feature of his art, it’s tracks like these that’ll ensure Yotto leaves an impact throughout the new year and beyond.

Chemicals / Second Life is out via Green March 2. Pre-order a copy here.

Charlotte de Witte solidifies meteoric rise in rousing Essential Mix debut

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The quickly ascending Belgian stalwart and Fuse resident Charlotte de Witte made her rousing Essential Mix debut February 10.

De Witte’s imbued her signature deep and meandering melancholy into the mix, where she dives deep into the bellows of the most uncompromising techno trenches.

The mix is a steady, galvanizing slow-burn. As its energy snakes beneath minimal beats and between its sweltering pads, de Witte incorporates new music from herself as well as tracks from some of the underground’s finest acts like Cleric, Ambivalent, and Amotik.

The mix is an earnest testament to de Witte’s looming domination of the underground circuits. Considering her 2018 touring schedule is beginning to fill and her name is popping up all over the global festival circuit, it’s likely that we’ll be seeing much more of her in the months to come. Last year, DA named De Witte as one of 15 artists that rocked the underground in 2017, a decision backed up by her impressive Essential Mix debut.

Listen to Charlotte de Witte’s debut Essential Mix here


Luca Ballerini- Prelude
Cleric- Moxie
JustLocal- Dedication
Maxime Dangles- Dew Of Heaven
Charlotte De Witte- Look Around You
JTLZ- Damped
Krag- Despade
747- Tethys
Charlotte De Witte- Silence
Charlotte De Witte- Control
Charlotte De Witte- This (Lewis Fautzi Remix)
Ambivalent- Drag (Amotik Remix)
Guillermo DR- Distorcion
Spiros Kaloumenos- Vector
Charlotte De Witte- Breathing
Lützenkirchen- Radium (George Makrakis Remix)
Charlotte De Witte- Remember
Setaoc Mass- Left Behind
Robert S (PT)- Young Raver
Mooz- It’s A Trap (Carera Remix)
Linus Quick- Der Brunnen
Amotik- Teis
Charlotte De Witte- The Healer
Djrum- Showreel Pt.1

Palms Trax makes rousing Essential Mix debut

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Cheekily dubbed as the west country-born, Berlin-based underground star by BBC‘s Pete Tong, Palms Trax has finally made his debut in the Essential Mix DJ booth.

Real name Jay Donaldson, Palms Trax’ ubiquity in the dance world is becoming increasingly deserved as time carries on. He has bold sonic inclinations and an unabashed M.O. where he moves between genres and decades with ease — rare for someone as young as he. Despite being just 26-years-old, Donaldson’s encyclopedic musical expertise has situated him as an artist who’s talented beyond his years, if one were to see age as but a limit on such a thing.

Donaldson’s Essential Mix is steeped in a resplendent arrangement of classic dance tracks, from Angela’s 1984 “I Gotta Little Love,” to hidden gem house tracks from World Building records’ “Paraíso ’89” by Azura. His splicing of Azura’s track alone is a testament to his adroit crate digging, especially considering that Azura’s breezy Balearic business was extremely short-lived in the Italian house realm, she’s an act who’s slipped through the cracks for most.

Palms Trax has expressed he’ll be working on material for Dekmantel throughout the beginning of the new year and after listening to his deliverance of just the second Essential Mix of 2018, just following Carl Cox, one can only hope to see big things from Donaldson in the new year.

Listen to Palms Trax’s Essential Mix here


Photo credit: Camille Baker


Guillaume Teyssier- Vortex Disco (Murray Lake Remix)
Lord of The Isles- Geek Chic (Kuniyuki’s Journey Remix)
Toulouse Low Trax- Second Trip
JC Project- Andromedia
Nicole Willis- Heed The Sign (Jimi Tenor Remix)
Plus Instruments- Love Is Enough (Jamie Paton Remix)
Angela- I Gotta Little Love
Tony Moore DJ- Tonight
Salentino- You’l Be In Paradise (Instrumental)
Lemonade-Dancer On The Shore (Jex Opolis Dub)
Collins- Autophobia
Mario Moretti- In Love With Nebula
Passarini- Wonky Wonky Wonky
Uabos- Mystic Force
Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft- Brothers (Mix Gabi)
Lipelis- Children Song
Colm III- Take Me High (Mansion Mix)
Virginia- Blue Pyramid (Khidja Remix)
Azura- Paraiso ’89
The True Underground Sound of Rome- Sonic Crystals
Mr Raoul K- Africa (12″ Version)
Ess O Ess- Cantillate (Chida Remix)
Pussycat- Le Chat
Lucy Montenegro- Lucy In The Sky
The R- Higher
Jeff Mills- Imagine
DJ Normal 4- Purity 0%
Thursday Club- Westway
Bushwhacka!- 4 Da Night
Jackson Changura- Niyekele
Bob Holroyd- African Drug (Rhino Mix)
Lars Bartkuhn- Elysium
Nu Era- Octahedron
Shokazulu- Part 4
Brown Sugar- I’m Going Through Changes Now
Philip Balou- Ain’t Nothing Like The Love



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MUST LISTEN: Carl Cox kicks off the 25th year of BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix

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The techno maven Carl Cox has served up the very first BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix of the year.

Considering the show turns 25 this year, it’s fitting that Cox — who Pete Tong referred to as “one of the most legendary DJs in dance history” — served up the very first mix of the year.

Cox’s first Essential Mix came in October of 1994 for the program’s 49th episode where he dropped off a selection of satiating tracks from the time, including Green Velvet’s original “Preacher Man” mix, Jackmaster‘s legendary “Bang The Box,” and Jeff Mills‘ “Cycle 30” and “Life Cycle.”

Cox delves into what he’s dubbed as “the future of house and techno” in the new mix. In just over two hours, he serves up an electric array of tracks from today’s heavy-hitters in the genres from Nicole Moudaber, to Eats Everything, Nathan Barato, and more.

Listen to Carl Cox’s BBC Radio 1 mix here


Electric Tango- Black Is My Beat

Riva Starr- Hospital

Fabio Neural- Dam Square

Francisco Allendes & Pablo Inzunza- Ripples

Tom Cole- What You Want

Anja Schneider- Secret Escapes

The Deepshakerz- Raw Way

Max Chapman & Secondcity- En Las Nubes

Fabio Nural- Flow Beat

Booka Shade- Limelight

Riva Starr- Rocks On The Track

Chip E. & Carl Cox- Time 2 Jack

Nathan Barato- Royal Hippo

S-Man & Ultra Naté- Fake (Mason Maynard Remix)

Nicole Moudaber & Carl Cox- See You Next Tuesday (Deeper Mix)

Chris Coe- Headland

Pascal F.E.O.S.- No Voo-Doo (Alternative Mix)

Darren Emerson- Birdcage

Alex Mine- Lost (Carl Cox Pure Remix)

Rafa Barrios- Saatori

Eats Everything- Scream

Frankie Bones- Electropolis

Frankie Bones- Just The Way You Like It

Kaiserdisco- Kerberos

Dense & Pika- Gum

Christian Bonori- Solid State

Redlight- Escorting Sarah

Anthony Parasole- Hot Zone

David Simon- In Acid We Trust

Mark Greene- Back Off

Brennen Grey- Tears In The Rain

Kristian Heikkila- Polyvox (Dav Simon Remix)

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Good Morning Mix: fake DJs should feel personally attacked by DJ Craze’s Essential Mix

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What can be said about DJ Craze that Pete Tong doesn’t cover in his introduction to the Miami-based veteran selector’s debut Essential Mix? Hailed by the host as, “one of the most technically gifted DJs, ever,” Tong goes on to highlight Craze’s three consecutive DMC world champion crownings, undoubtedly solidifying the Slow Roast Records founder’s spot in the highest echelons of the DJ ring of honor. From there, the turntablist quickly descends into two hours of elbow-throwing trap, hip-hop, and breaks spanning a spectrum that covers Skrillex to Vince Staples, Noisia to Kendrick Lamar with so much in between.

Craze’s Essential Mix leaves no room for subtlety –– fake DJs should feel personally attacked. Putting on a rare lesson in “real DJing,” Craze has clearly forgotten more about Technics than most professional DJs will ever learn in their lifetimes.

Cuts from A Tribe Called Quest and Mobb Deep seamlessly rub shoulders with material from Ricky Remedy, Ekali, and RL Grime, all weaved together with masterful, flawless scratch routines. Craze reiterates exactly why he’s unequivocally carried the scratch DJing torch throughout his decorated career, dropping off one of the sharpest Essential Mixes of recent memory.

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Bicep flex their sonic expertise in new Essential Mix

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After churning out an innumerable number of classic house tracks under their unpredictable M.O., the Belfast-based Bicep found their niche, or perhaps a more aptly-categorized lack thereof. But such is what earns the Belfast-duo their wide acclaim in the dance realm. Considering the two began as prolific bloggers at their own site, Feel My Bicep, the very weaving of an inquisitive amalgamation of house and electro is in their blood. It should come as no surprise that the duo’s tunes draw from an array of material.

This year, Bicep dropped off their highly-anticipated debut album. The self-titled work was a stylistically expanse deliverance that served as one of contemporary dance music’s deepest releases of the year. It was also an album in which the two flexed their sonic multitudes of both tenacity and flexibility.

Bicep is now ending the year strong with an Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. In a two-hour voyage through the worlds of Italo, breakbeat, and more, Bicep divulges on one of the most meticulous masterpieces of the last year.

Listen to Bicep’s BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix here.




Mark Barrott – “Bush Society”

RJ – “Leo”

Fantastic Man – “Dream Machine (Edit)”

Giraffi Dog – “351 Nation”

Hammer – “Atlantic 252”

Tons of Tones – “Oh Ah Ph Ah Oh (John Talabot Edit)

Lake People – “Lamb Shift”

Norwell – “Celestial Bodies (Imre Kisss “Crisis ’91” Mix)

Jacob Korn – “Selene”

Ursa’s Reef – “Love Cult”

Lanark Artefax – “Touch Absence (Edit)”

Rival Consoles – “Recovery”

Claude Speeed – “Ambien Rave (Nightmare Edit)”

Shinra – “Ball & Chain”

Djedjotronic – “Abyssal Zone”

Randomer “Smokin”

Lanngman – 80017A”

Wink – “Superfreak (Super Freak-A-Pella)

Untitled – Untitled

Dan Cough – “B-Jam”

Urban Myths – “Makin’ Me Feel (Edit)”

CJ Bolland – “The Tower Of Naphtali”

Apex Twin – “end E2”

God Within – “Raincry (Spiritual Thirst)”

Modaji – “Belle Epoque”

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Henry Saiz’ Essential Mix debut is a spellbinding journey across the world [LISTEN]

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Natura Sonoris owner Henry Saiz set out on his biggest venture yet in summer 2016, launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund his very first audio-visual album. Its immersive concept involved the Spanish progressive magnate and his band traveling to unique and particularly magnifying parts of the globe to record vastly different tracks that incorporated various elements of each location within them. Fans rushed to meet the funding goal, and thus the vision has since come to fruition.

Pete Tong and the Essential Mix caught wind of the LP’s completion, and thus invited Saiz onto the iconic series to show off his world travel concept to the world. Moreover, it was his first appearance ever on Essential Mix, marking a milestone moment that shows off the return of progressive to respectability.

Needless to say, the mix was magic in all sense of the word. Immersive and ethereal, Saiz defied genre boundaries and put forth pure, caliber music for two hours. While his mix wasn’t specifically comprised of songs from his forthcoming LP, it was a veritable sonic adventure that served as an excellent preview of what’s to come. Listeners were taken all around the world, from Berlin, to Saigon, to Joshua Tree, and treated to a vast expanse of sounds from each new region the album “stopped” at.

Each new song was vivid enough in its sonic form to conjure intense mental imagery: didgeridoos fluttered around the background of the Australia-themed portion of the mix, stimulating pictures of Aboriginals. Meanwhile, elegant pianos and brooding melodies created a sonic representation of Europe.

Saiz has created a truly profound journey in his first Essential Mix, and  Dancing Astronaut agrees it has the fixings for Mix of the Year.





Irene Papas & Vangelis – Les 40 Braves

Danger – 0:59


Arabs With Synthesizers – Chaotic Illumination

Julia Holter – So Lillies

Pional – A New Dawn

Synkro – Midnight Sun (Helios Remix)

Clap! Clap! – The Holy Cave

Panda Bear – Boys Latin


Aphex Twin vs Skrillex – Digeridoo x F**k That (Henry Saiz Bootleg)

Die Orangen – Oodandatta Rain

Luke Million – Come Together


Acid Arab – Still (feat. Cen Yildiz)

Viken Arman – Sireli

Mark Eliyahu – Through Me

M.I.A vs Henry Saiz & Band – Exodus x The Golden Cage (Henry Saiz Bootleg) (feat. The Weeknd)

Tentacle – Goliath (Brassica Remix)

The Knife – Marble House (Henry Saiz Edit)

Unknown – Rave Zehava (Autarkic Edit)


Plastikman – Ethnik

African Vibration – Hinde

Ariana Grande – Touch It (Hal Incandenza Africa Remix)


College – Love Peas (feat. Hama)

Nym – Come Back

Samo DJ – Tai Po Kau

Arcade Fire – Electric Blue (Henry Saiz Edit)


Jungle – Smoking Pixels

Die Wilde Jagd – Austerlitz

Black Sabbath – Planet Caravan

Simón Díaz – Tonada de Luna Llena (Billy Caso Edit)

Atom™ – The Sound Of Decay


Aïsha Devi – Mazdâ

Susumu Hirasawa – White Hill – Maromi’s Theme

Air – Run

Crystal Castles – Their Kindness Is Charade

Squarepusher – Tomib Help Buss


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Chelsea Wolfe – The Warden

Brassic – Ballo Dei Morti


Danit – Cuatro Vientos

Danit – Cuatro Vientos (Barrio Lindo Remix)

El Búho – Manana Tepotzlan

Los Olimareños – Noche Noche


Nine Inch Nails vs FKA twigs – A Warm Place x Closer (Henry Saiz Bootleg)

Vangelis – Theme From Antartica


O Mer – Blind

Henry Saiz & Band – The Golden Cage


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Honey Dijon delivers a vibrant, flavorful Essential Mix debut

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There is nothing about Honey Dijon that can be described as “bland.” Like the condiment from which she takes her name, the iconic Chicago DJ, fashion bellwether, and trans rights activist is a complex, deeply tasteful individual. Honey Dijon’s extensive résumé boasts performances at international underground havens like Berghain, global prestige in the fashion industry, and her unique status as a protegée of Detroit techno legend Derrick Carter.

This past weekend, the renaissance woman added yet another impressive line to her legacy with her first-ever Essential Mix. As with any of the artist’s renowned sets, Honey Dijon’s Essential Mix is rooted in enlivening, cerebral house and techno, yet draws from a wealth of vibrant influences outside of the club realm. Legendary Nigerian musician Fela Kuti is as crucial to the composition of the mix as cuts from Matrixxman and Honey Dijon’s own musical catalogue.

Listen to Honey Dijon’s Essential Mix.


The Beautiful Children (Honey Dijon & Seven Davis Jr.) – Meet Me Downtown (Unreleased Demo)
Lime – Angel Eyes (AG’s Re-Edit)
Cori Josias – Taking It Straight (DC Edit)
Gino Soccio – Remember
H17 – Play To Win (Mbros Edit)
Fela Kuti – Fela Edit (Jamie 3:26 Retouch)
Traumer – A Gonna Get
Ragtyme – Fix It Man (Chrissy’s Fixer Upper Edit) (feat. T.C. Roper)
Unknown – Unknown
Honey Dijon & Seven Davis Jr. – Houze (Deetron Extended Mix)
Honey Dijon & Cakes da Killa – Catch The Beat
ZDS – Weapons
Mattrixxman – Credentials
Chris Nazuka – Amber & Smoke
Aybee – The Motion Syntax
Kao-Tic – Harmony
Honey Dijon & Tim K – Look Ahead (feat. Sam Sparro)
Marco Passarani – Quatro
Sir Lord Commix – Soul House
Islolee – Beau Mot Plage
Rimbaudin – I Said Goodbye To Dreams Of You

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Oliver Heldens returns to the Essential Mix as HI-LO

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To be tapped for an Essential Mix at any age is a highly prestigious honor – indeed, there remain many veteran DJs who still have yet to step behind BBC Radio 1’s hallowed decks. It’s fair to say that Oliver Heldens has just achieved a historic feat in the program’s history this weekend, providing his second Essential Mix at the age of 22. In 2014, as he was pioneering the then-burgeoning future house genre, the prodigious Dutch producer debuted on the series at just 19.

For his sophomore contribution to the program, Heldens dons his HI-LO alias, the project through which he purveys music of a more deep house, electro, and techno-influenced character than his standard fare. As his alter-ego, the Heldeep label-head delivers a mix that explores a variety of energizing club music from eclectic roots. Recognizable vocals from Beastie Boys’ “Intergalactic” and Justin Timberlake’s “SexyBack” play as important a role in the overall set as the selections from contemporary techno mainstays such as Mark Reeve and Pig&Dan.

Throughout the broadcast, Heldens also pays homage to some of dance music’s most esteemed veterans, including classics from Mr. Oizo, Orlando Voorn, and Richie Hawtin. Amid his eclectic set, the artist further features a number of songs from both of his projects’ catalogues, perhaps most notably with his Sander van Doorn collaboration, “WTF” (a modernized take on Fatboy Slim and Benny Benassi’s beloved “What The Fuck”).

Listen to the HI-LO Essential Mix here.


Hi‐Lo – Renegade Mastah
Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo – Rhymes
Solid Groove – This Is Sick
Beastie Boys – Intergalactic
Mr. Oizo – Flat Beat
Hi‐Lo – Wappy Flirt
Chez Damier – Can U Feel It (HI-LO Remix)
Justin Timberlake – SexyBack
Hi‐Lo & Chocolate Puma – Steam Train
Robbie Rivera & David Tort – Get Together
Hi‐Lo & Sander van Doorn – WTF
Mark Reeve – Run Back
Basement Jaxx – Where’s Your Head At
Enrico Sagiuliano – Eating Bloody S***
Sander van Doorn – The Bass
Laurent Garnier – Crispy Bacon
Hi‐Lo – Ooh La La
Sidney Charles – Warehouse Anthem
Sidney Charles – I Need You
Format:B – Chunky
Joachim Garraud – The Sound Of Disco
Oliver Heldens vs Naughty Boy
Gecko x La La La
Oliver Heldens – Ibiza 77
Scott Grooves & Daft Punk – Mothership Reconnection (Tristan Garner Monster Edit)
Inner City – Good Life (Tom Ven Remix)
Slam – Lifetimes (feat. Tyrone Palmer)
Pig&Dan – Growler
Unknown – Unknown
Hi‐Lo & Alok – Alien Technology
Sander van Doorn – Riff
Traffic Signs – The Big Fake (Moksi Switch-Up)
Crookers – Bowser
The Good Men – Give It Up (Chocolate Puma 2011 Edit)
Orlando Voorn – In The Jungle (Chocolate Puma Miami Cut)
Moby vs Junior Jack – Go (HI-LO Remix) x Stupidisco
Billy Kenny & Aaron Jackson – Right Here
Hi‐Lo – Renegade Mastah
Richie Hawtin & Jackmaster – Bang The Box (Slam Remix)
Clouds vs Ron Carroll – Chained To A Dead Camel x Walking Down The Street
Armin van Buuren vs Human Resource – Dominator (Tom Staar Remix)
Dizzee Rascal & Armand van Helden – Bonkers

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Mura Masa stuns in his eclectic, emotive Essential Mix debut

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As less than a week remains until July 14, Mura Masa has begun to share glimpses into his self-titled debut album. In the past two weeks, the British artist has shared four new songs off of the LP, featuring the likes of Bonzai, Tom Tripp, and the iconic Damon Albarn. The breadth of Alex Crossan’s critical achievements at the age of 21 is staggering, and this weekend marked yet another milestone for the prodigious producer: his first-ever Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1.

Given the imminence of Mura Masa, it would seemingly be tempting for Crossan to center his mix around his forthcoming album. Naturally, the artist doesn’t evade drawing from his catalogue – three of his own songs appear throughout the broadcast, as well as a remix of his A$AP Rocky collaboration, “Love$ick,” from Mumdance. However, Mura Masa opts to use the Essential Mix as a platform to show off his acute, eclectic tastes.

Opening with Perfume Genius’ breathtaking single, “Otherside,” Mura Masa weaves together a set from some of electronic music’s greatest composers – including Four Tet, Aphex Twin, James Blake, and Jamie xx – and influential figures from across genre bounds. Ranging from Thom Yorke to A$AP Mob, and from MF DOOM to Wham!, Alex Crossan leaves no stone unturned in his impressively tasteful Essential Mix debut.

Listen to Mura Masa’s Essential Mix here.


Perfume Genius – Otherside
Alice Coltrane – Wisdom Eye
Thom Yorke – Black Swan
user48736353001 aka Aphex Twin – 28 Organ
James Blake – Sparing The Horses
Lil Silva – 606
Mura Masa – Wave
Steve Poindexter – Computer Madness
Vegyn – Phone Phoneys
Tirzah & Micachu – I’m Not Dancing
Fatal Walima – War (Douster Remix)
Kingdom – Stalker Ha
Champion – Chrome
Four Tet – Lion (Jamie xx remix)
Moodymann – Why Do U Feel?
Mura Masa – Who Is It Gonna Be
Dauwd – Whats There
Jamie xx – Gosh
Mura Masa – SOLE M8S
Sully – It’s Your Love
Wookie – Down On Me
Joy Orbison – Sicko Cell
DJ Lil’ Tal – Tom Tom Club
Wham! – I’m Your Man
Flying Lotus – Dead Man’s Tetris (feat. Captain Murphy & Snoop Dogg)
DJ Rashad – Freakin Me On The Flo
RP Boo – Bang’n On King Dr.
Playboi Carti – Magnolia
Mura Masa (feat. A$AP Rocky) – Love$ick (Mumdance Remix)
MF DOOM – Accordian
Vince Staples – War Ready
NAO – Trophy
Bok Bok, Sweyn J & Flirta D – Unlimited
Migos – Bad And Boujee (Vegyn Remix)

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