COTTON MIX: #BehindThemBoards Best Of Stevie J Production Mix Vol. 2




Many of those dope Bad Boy R&B remixes were in fact done by Stevie J. Take a trip down memory lane with a few in this latest volume of Stevie J’s production discography. Plenty volumes more coming…and we haven’t even gotten to the slow jams yet!!!

  1. You Don’t Have To Worry (Bad Boy Remix) – New Edition feat. Fat Joe
  2. I Will Survive (Puffy Combs Bad Boy Remix)- Chantay Savage
  3. Kissing You (Remix) – Total
  4. Love You So – Soul For Real
  5. You’re The One (Puff Daddy Bad Boy Remix) – SWV feat. Busta Rhymes
  6. The Way You Like It – Tasha Holiday feat. Ma$e
  7. The Things You Do (Bad Boy Remix) – Gina Thompson feat. Missy Elliot
  8. Friend – Puff Daddy feat. Foxy Brown

COTTON MIX: Return Of The Sickest (Best Of Lil Boosie TD2CH Edition)



I went to Lil Boosie’s “Welcome Home” concert in Nashville on last night and MAN he put on a show (like he always have every time I’ve seen him)! So much that it inspired me to do a “Best Of” mix as soon as I got home.    Boosie is worth every singe dollar  and is a must see! I’ve seen him 5 times over the years and still want to see him perform again. He’s that good and that dedicated to giving his fans everything he has. People outside of the South don’t even understand how big Boosie is down here.  Glad he’s back.  Enjoy!

  1. Betrayed
  2. Smoking On Purple
  3. Better Believe It
  4. Calling Me
  5. Distant Lover
  6. Miss Kissin On You
  7. Swerve
  8. Adios
  9. Baby Momma
  10. Set It Off
  11. Exciting
  12. I’m A Dog
  13. Devils
  14. My Struggle
  15. Tear It Down
  16. I Smoke I Drank
  17. Wipe Me Down
  18. Cartoon
  19. Bank Roll
  20. Loose As A Goose
  21. Independent
  22. My N____
  23. Show The World
  24. Top To Bottom

DJ COTTON MIX: Soulja Life Mentality (Raw Rap Vol. 1)


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


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DJ Cotton Mixtape Discography (Download Links Inside)

I’ll be updating this frequently with new and classic DJ Cotton mixtapes. FEED UP!





DJ Cotton Hip-Hop Mixes

DJ Cotton presents Memphis Grizzlies Zach Randolph’s Best Of Yo Gotti Vol. 1 Personal Mixtape

DJ Cotton presents Memphis Legend Penny Hardaway’s Best Of Yo Gotti Vol. 2 Personal Mixtape NBA All-Star 2K10 D-Town Fixxtape (Mixed by DJ Cotton)

DJ Cotton presents Kusch Melodics Vol. 1: Music Makes Me High

Tha 4th: Party Hits Mixed Live

DJ Cotton Summa Skool: 2Pac 60 Minute Birthday Mix

DJ Cotton & Playa Fly – Royalty (The Best Of Playa Fly)

DJ Cotton Here – #AheadOfThaGame 


DJ Cotton’s Cut R&B/Soul/Blues Mixesxtapes

DJ Cotton’s Cut Up Vol 1: QT Edition

DJ Cotton’s Cut Up Vol. 3: Strapped Up

DJ Cotton’s Cut Up Vol. 4: Got To Get Over

DJ Cotton’s Cut Up Vol. 5: 80s Babies 

DJ Cotton’s Cut Up Vol. 6: Tha Cookout

DJ Cotton’s Cut Up Vol. 7: It’s Complicated

DJ Cotton’s Cut Up 90s Phone Bone R&B Mix

Squeaky Clean: The 8 Best Hip-Hop Clean Versions That Were Better Than The Album Version



You can’t call yourself a real DJ if you aren’t rock parties with nothing but clean versions (the PG parties also usually pay the most).  But the problem is that the clean/radio version has become a lost art.  Too many artists either don’t make a clean version or just lazily blank or, worse, let the first vowel of the curse word play before they scratch it out (which totally negates the edit).  Thus, I thought it would be a good idea to remind you of how great radio versions used to be.


 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.