It’s been quite some time since our last post at 3GW. Blame it on a very busy work schedule for the past few months. Once things die down, we will be back to doing some regular posting so please don’t forget about us.
In the meantime, and to keep my sanity amongst all the work that surrounds me on a daily basis lately, I decided to lay down some hotness for those that are a fan of the mixing of the one and only DJ Supreme Soul.Here is some music that comes mostly from my home state, specifically 2 cities I’ve had the pleasure of residing in for some years. Baton Rouge aka “The 225” and New Orleans aka “The 504”. Featuring some classic southern Louisiana hip hop from these respective cities, this mix will definitely take you back a decade or two if you’ve had the pleasure of hearing them before. If not, sit back and enjoy the gift of hip hop from “The Boot”. After all, we are known for our southern hospitality down here.
Due to my crazy weekend work schedule this mix’s ultimate release to those that are fans of the mixing done by DJ Supreme Soul has been delayed. I wanted to release it on the weekend so all the potential cookouts would have a very nice chilled out mix that could be enjoyed with a nice drink…or 2…or 3. Although that didn’t happen this weekend, I’m sure the next party or gathering or family function won’t be too far away. So I give to you DJ Supreme Soul’s Chilled Out Celebration Part 2. This joint features a healthy volume of new and old R&B with a splash of hip hop by artists such as Blackstreet, Estelle, Erykah Badu, Janet Jackson, Marsha Ambrosius, Rihanna, Missy Elliot, Musiq Soulchild, Craig David, D’Angelo, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Anthony Hamilton, Carl Thomas, Floetry, Justin Timberlake, Joe, and Ryan Leslie. So feel free to add this to the rotation for your next event’s soundtrack and as always have one for me while you’re grooving. Thanks for listening.
This mix may be the best of the Shakedown series. Featuring more upbeat music that’s sure to keep you grooving, Scene 3 will definitely make you get up and move until you’re thirsty for more. Check out the mix and please pass it on to all who are worthy of its funk and R&B goodness.
I’ll make this post brief since the content of these mixes are pretty straightforward. Here are all 3 versions of my Food 4 Soulmixes. I’ve been told by those that have listened to them that they each have something unique, but all are packed with music that puts the soul where it needs to be. Take a listen and if you happen to enjoy please let us know and pass them on to others who might enjoy them as well. Thanks.
Seeing that Kendrick Lamar lit a fire under many different artists after dropping his verse on Big Sean‘s Control, I figured I would also do some work on the 1s and 2s. The question then became what to lay down for the masses to hear. I ended up thinking about some of the tracks from Kendrick’s Good Kid M.A.A.D. City album and got to wondering if some of them would match well with Jay-Z‘s Magna Carta Holy Grail tracks. Low and behold, they were damn near a perfect match. So at that point, it was up to me to bring them into synergy, and I proceeded to make this mix that will grace your ears shortly. It features music that definitely personifies what hip hop can and should be, and makes for easy listening when done well. So enough talking. Check out the mix and enjoy. Feedback is always welcomed and thanks for stopping by 3GW.
I bring to you the 2nd edition of the Loose Cannon series featuring hip hop and R&B music both new and old. It has songs from hip hop gurus Nas, J. Cole, Little Brother, Talib Kweli, and Kanye West, while also bringing some R&B feel to it with Jonell, Chris Brown, and Total. Altogether, about 25 minutes of good music to help you get through whatever task you’re tackling at the time. Click the link below to listen to the mix and if you enjoy it enough there is also a place where you can download it after clicking the link. Thanks for checking us out at 3GW and happy listening.