Remix Your Weekend: DJ Earworm, Bone Thugs N Harmony

I don’t know if it’s possible to come across too many good songs in the span of a week, but this week I came pretty close. Mash-ups of David Guetta, remixes of Bone Thugs, and so many others.

Sadly, I had to narrow down our selection to a couple fabulous party tracks for the weekend: a new DJ Earworm mash, and a Dskotek remix of Bone Thugs N Harmony.

DJ Earworm in front of a giant fly’s eye.

The former’s mash of Sean Kingston’s greatest hits “hits” the mark. It’s a smooth and rather deadly combination of many of Sean Kingston’s greats including “Beautiful Girls,” “I Can Feel It,” and “Sean Kingston.” Say what you will about Kingston as an artist, Earworm’s rendition will make any party bump in sweaty ecstasy.

Real Thugz Jump Wallz.

The second track is a remix of the classic “Foe The Love of $.” You need to let this track grow a little bit on you, let it slowly intensify until it peaks at around 0:49, then shit gets real, real fast. I find songs like this are ideal for groups of drunken college students: most of them will be too drunk to notice the build up, but when it hits they trip balls and get dirt nasty.

2 Comments on “Remix Your Weekend: DJ Earworm, Bone Thugs N Harmony

  1. haha, I’m mildly obsessed with the sentence, “I find songs like this are ideal for groups of drunken college students: most of them will be too drunk to notice the build up, but when it hits they trip balls and get dirt nasty.”

  2. Hah, thanks man. It’s pretty true though, as long as there’s enough of a beat to keep em dancing for the 30-40 seconds, it usually works out, unless you get some impatient ace who wants to ninja his/her song onto the speakers.

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