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Here’s the second part to the Lane College Homecoming alumni party that I rocked on this past Friday at D&D Soul Cafe (532 S. Royal, Jackson,TN). Peep how I killed the slow jam part also.
DOWNLOAD LINK: DJ Cotton Here – Live From D&D Soul Cafe Pt 2.mp3
RAW RAP VOL 1 – SOULJA LIFE MENTALITY
1. Master P – The Ghetto Won’ t Change
2. Master P – Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
3. Fiend feat Master P – Take My Pain
4. TRU – Final Ride
5. Kane & Able feat. Master P – Gangstsfied
6. Soulja Slim – Soulja 4 Life
7. Mystikal feat Master P & Silkk The Shocker – Ghetto Child
8. Silkk The Shocker feat Fiend – If I Don’t Gotta
9. Mac feat Fiend & Silkk The Shocker – Be All You Can Be
10. Steady Mobb’n feat Master P – If I Could Change
11. Master P feat Skull Duggery – My Ghetto Heroes
This series is all about reality music with content. Who better to start off with than No Limit?
Join Flight ENT as they host one of the fiercest nights in Jackon,TN history. This First Annual All-White Affair will be the livest party in the city.
**WARNING** if you do NOT like to party , then this event is not for you, because I will be rockin**
Doors open @9pm sharp.
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I’ll be updating this frequently with new and classic DJ Cotton mixtapes. FEED UP!
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2Pac feat. Danny Boy – I Ain’t Mad At Cha (1996)
Death Row Records was always known for not going the lazy route and always recorded alternative lyrics instead of mere bleeps and silence. The instrumental on this is also slightly tweaked and sounds a lot cleaner. Pac’s last verse is completely different from the album version and is one of his best verses of all-time. This video is also special because it was released on the Thursday (September 19, 1996) after his death.
B.G. – “Cash Money Is An Army” (1999)
This is one of those cases where I don’t even know why they thought that the original album version’s chorus was acceptable. I remember being extremely disappointed when I got the album, Chopper City In The Ghetto, and hearing how awful the original chorus was. The original’s chorus sounds very lazy and awkward. The video version however is very catchy.
Snoop Doggy Dogg feat The Dramatics & Tha Dogg Pound– “Doggy Dogg World” (1994)
Once again Death Row made a dope song even better. I always loved the trumpet breakdown on Snoop’s verse when he originally says “you think you got the bomb because I rolled you a joint.” They also shortened Kurupt’s verse. Although I love how he was spitting absolutely dope lyrics, in a party setting it drags the song down.
Tela feat. Eightball, MJG & Jazze Pha – “Sho Nuff” (1996)
Suave House also made dope radio edits that were often more popular. This one’s radio chorus was so catchy that it made it an undeniable radio hit.
King Tee – Dippin (1994)
The original to this was a very dark and grimy east coast sounding track. Thankfully, for the video he went with smooth G-Funk track. This is the song and video that still has me wanting a 1964 Impala with switches.
Snoop Dogg – Sensual Seduction(2008)
A simple swapping of words turns this song into a song that even your grandparents can vibe to.
Juvenile feat Mannie Fresh & Lil Wayne – Back That Thang Up (1999)
The clean version of this ensured that this sound could forever be played at barbecues every. Juvie & CMR went and re-recorded alternate words and it takes nothing away from the song. The best part of this is that Lil Wayne added his famous “wobble de wobble de” on this version and not the album version.
T.I. – “What You Know” (2005)
This is the granddaddy of them all and the song that basically ended Lil Flip’s career as a mainstream artist. Something about that “loaded AYE OHHHHH” that gets you hype. I don’t think there is a person alive who doesn’t say the clean version’s chorus even if the album version plays.
- Future feat Rocko – Watch This
- Beyonce feat. Andre 3000 – Party
- V.I.C. – Wobble (DJ Cotton Blend)
- Travis Porter – Bring It Back
- Big Sean feat. Kanye West & Roscoe Dash – Marvin & Chardonnay
- Travis Porter – U Don’t Know
- 2Cent 7 KVO – Hit That Hard Head
- Boo Rossini feat. Yo Gotti & Tity Boi – 100
- Alley Boy feat. Jeezy & Yo Gotti – Four
- Beat King feat. Chalie Boy & Just Brittany – Crush (Remix)
- Kronic – Rollin
- Pacman & Lil Woo – Like A Pro
- Chedda – Walk Baby Walk
- T-Wayne – She South Dallas Swagg
- Fat Pimp – Swaggin On Em
- T-Cash – Spred Ya Legs
- Travis Porter – Birthday Girl
- Charlie Boy Gang – Beef It Up
- Lil Ronny – Rest In Party
- MPS feat. Just Brittany & Fat Pimp – That’s My Lil Dip (Remix)
- Lil Smuf feat. VeeAye & Skool Boy – Hotel Party
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This is THE mixtape of the summa. 80 minutes of non-stop party music mixed live by Dj Cotton Here. Plus, it’s all editied and kid friendly, but you won’t even notice it at all. Features all the hit songs from Memphis, Dallas & Atlanta. I put it out on the streets on the 4th of July and finally got around to uploading it. So if you can’t book me for your next party, this is the next best thing.
Hi-Five – I Like (The Kissing Game)
Soul IV Real – Candy Rain
Tevin Campbell – Can We Talk
Brandy – I Wanna Be Down
Aaliyah – Age Aint Nothin But A Number
Monica – Why I Love You So Much
Hi-Five – I Can’t Wait Another Minute
Immature – Never Lie
Immature – I Don’t Mind
Tevin Campbell – Brown Eyed Girl
Perfect Gentlemen – Ooh La La
Blobby Brown – Girlfriend
Tevin Campbell – Tell Me What You Want Me To Do
Usher & Monica – Slow Jam
Tevin Campbell – Shh
Usher – Can U Get Wit It
Tevin Campbell – Always In My Heart
Immature - Constantly
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Here’s a mp3 mix I did featuring all the teenage songs that we played late night on the phone (that Midnight Love type music). Of course it’s all blended and mixed by DJ Cotton Here so it’s 60 minutes of non-stop grooves.
This is a 8 minute snippet of a mixtape I’m doing with up and coming rapper Diazo (@IAmDiazo) from Tennessee. You know if I put my name beside it then it has to be quality legal drugs. This is that real life music that is sorely lacking today. If you liked Fabolous’ Soul Tape from earlier this year you’ll love this. The full tape is dropping soon.