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.
What do you do when you’re a poor college student with no money to pay tuition? That’s right you get a job. Now where this job may come from is a bit more complicated of a question. If you’re Justin Timberlake you merely hop a plane to another country, hook up with Ben Affleck, and launch a plan to make a 7 figure salary in roughly 18 months. You may be thinking what exactly has to be done to make this kind of money? Well I’ll leave the trailer below to hopefully explain all of that, but here’s the plot to help you get some idea of what it may include. Just hope Anthony Mackie doesn’t rain on your money-making parade too much.
When a poor college student who cracks an online poker game goes bust, he arranges a face-to-face with the man he thinks cheated him, a sly offshore entrepreneur.
I must say I’m not familiar with Daft Punk or any of their music. But I saw that they mixed one new of my favorite songs by Justin Timberlake with something so I decided to check out something new. Well let’s just say I’m glad I did because the way the songs flow together was seamless. I’m a fan of any music that sounds good and even more so, any music that makes you get up and dance. So seeing that this song seems to do just that for me when I hear it, I fux with it.
I’ll try to take a listen to more of the music from Daft Punk. Feel free to leave any recommendations for me so I don’t hear that non-groovy stuff first. Thanks for stopping by 3GW and check out the remix below.