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DJ COTTON HERE MIX: “The Paintbrush: Prince Samples Mix Vol. 1)

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Here’s a 60 minute mix I just did last night with Prince songs and songs from other artists that sampled/covered them. 2Pac, Beyonce, TLC, DJ Quik and more! I got at least 2 more volumes dropping today #RIPPrince #Prince

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COTTON MIX: #JayVsBey (Jay-Z & Beyonce Classic Mix) Pt. 1 & 2

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This #JayVsBeyMix somethin serious. Back to back with over 30 songs of classic heat from the power couple! Forget that video, bump these mixes!


SOUNDCLOUD LINK: https://soundcloud.com/djcottonhere/jayvsbeymix-jay-z-beyonce-mix

  1. Money Ain’t A Thing
  2. Crazy In Love
  3. La La La (Excuse Me Again)
  4. Independent Women Pt. 1
  5. I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)
  6. Summertime
  7. All I Need
  8. Check On It
  9. Change The Game
  10. Love On Top
  11. Who You Wit II
  12. Baby Boy
  13. Streets Is Watching
  14. Partition
  15. Excuse Me Miss
  16. No, No, No Part 2
  17. (Always Be My) Sunshine feat. Babyface
  18. Jumpin’ Jumpin

Here’s the second part of the mix

SOUNDCLOUD LINK: https://soundcloud.com/djcottonhere/jayvsbeymix-jay-z-beyonce

 

  1. Part II (On The Run)
  2. Never Change
  3. My, Myself And I
  4. Heart Of The City (Ain’t No Love)
  5. With Me Part 2
  6. This Can’t Be Life
  7. Drunk In Love
  8. ****** In Paris
  9. Bills, Bills, Bills
  10. Jigga What, Jigga Who (Originators 99)
  11. Be With You
  12. Can I Live

 

Proof Beyonce’s Suprise Internet Release Was Planned Over A Decade Ago By Jay-Z

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Beyonce shocked the world by dropping a self-titled album out of the blue (see what I did there) exclusively on iTunes this past week. Crazy how, if you look at the bottom paragraph of this clip from a September 2002 The Source article on Roc-A-Fella, you’ll see that her husband Jay-Z  described how he (later she) would drop a surprise “black album” and, without a single or video prior, be quickly promoted for free using fans’ word of mouth virally.  This was back when MTV & BET still actually played music videos kiddos and three years before YouTube was available.  Sean Carter correctly predicted 11 years ago the power that the internet would have in music distribution & promotion.  Back then, few in the music industry saw the internet as nothing but a haven for high-tech bootlegging (see: Napster).  Fast-forward to now: when’s the last time you didn’t find out about a new release from the internet? Keep in mind that in 2002, it wasnt “cool” to be on the internet like it is now. You’d likely be considered to be a dork if you were on the net a lot. And heavens forbid you *gasp*… posted on a message board lol. I mean they were still offering typewriting in high schools when Jay said this. We came a mighty long way haha.

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