“Ray J taught me” might be what Kanye hears most now a days, but his ride from dude begging people to take his beats to rap megastar is one full of lots of high points (and autotuned lows…depending on your tastes). Like the Quik mix, DJ Ace mixes guest production with solo work to give a broad glimpse of what made Kanye loved and hated.
Pop Mix 2
There was a moment in time when Sean Paul was aurally f**king all your girlfriends. I swear I couldn’t find a single girl who didn’t listen to his music. And you can still to this day throw on one of his hits and watch a club full of girls jump onto the dance floor and act like they are getting that Caribbean d*ck injected straight into their baby spitters.
Pop Mix 1
[desc]You now why LMFAO are rich despite never having done a single truly original thing in their lives? Because they are having fun. And when people are having fun, other people want to join in. Nobody wants to be sitting there with their d*ck limp in their hand watching everyone have a great f**king night. LMFAO made things fun, and everyone wanted to be a part of that. So unclench your pathetic little pecker and get out there.[/desc]