Friday Feel Good Quick Mix ~ 70’s, 80’s, & 90’s Old School Party Mix ~ June 2015

Friday Feel Good Quick Mix –  June 2015

This month we decided to Make it “Funky”. We love to listen to a variety of Music and when One Song catches are attention, we mole around it. We heard Fame by David Bowie and we just know we had to make a mix. Fry Weezie gets behind the turntable and mixes everything from Funk, Classic Hip Hop, New Jack Swing, Motown, and Classic R & B.

Shout Outs Go Out to:

  • Darrin Lee – Pumps up the Friday Feel Good Mixes while working out.
  • DMV – Santa Ana – George, Hugo, O.B, Harvey, and the rest of the crew. Always showing us Love.
  • Abel Campos – Our #1 fan and Top Rated Listener on our Soundcloud page with over 60 hits a week.
  • Luxury Standard Magazine – DJ 9-Lives always pumping the mixes on photo shoots of Most Beautiful Women in the World.

Artist Include: David Bowie, E.U., Heavy D., Ini Kamoze, P.M. Dawn, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Dougie Fresh and Slick Rick, Digital Underground, Earth, Wind, & Fire, B.B.D., Bob Marley, Average White Band, Public Enemy, The Temptations, and Many More.

Have a Great Weekend.. If we made you Dance, Made you forget your worries, or made you Feel Good – Please Share.

Turn it up and piss off the neighbors.. We Out…

 

 

 

 

Official Mix for the 10th annual FREESTYLE FESTIVAL APRIL 25 & 26 @ THE QUEEN MARY, LONG BEACH, CA

freestyle_fest_logo1It’s time to plan a reunion to enjoy Freestyle & Old School Extravaganza together. The event will be presenting the concert-goers with their favorite hit songs from the eighties and nineties. This phenomenal music is bound to bring back nostalgic school time memories. Cherish school memories with your old friends and create new ones. Freestyle tickets will treat you to a night featuring top-tier freestyle dance music. Sure, you can watch the video of the event online instead of going. But there is no recreation of the atmosphere where you actually find yourself standing in the middle of thousands of fellow dance music fans feeling the energy of the Freestyle Extravaganza heating up.

Being huge fans for Old School Music, we decided to make a Friday Feel Good Quick Mix including all artist performing on both events.

The all-ages concert will include artists like Sir Mix-A-Lot, Vanilla Ice, Lisa Lisa, Tone-Loc, Trinere, Debbie Deb, Young MC, Shannon, The Cover Girls, C&C Music Factory, Stacy Q., Cynthia, Nocera, Dino, Lil Suzy, Freestyle Evolution and Expose

The event will take place on April 25 & 26th at the Seawalk Outdoor Pavilion outside the Queen Mary, located at 1126 West Queens Highway.

 

Special Friday Feel Good Shout Outs

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Heavy D Tribute Quick Mix

I can remember going see Heavy D @ the Celebrity Theater in Anaheim, as a matter of fact, I still have the concert stub. He had great stage presets and full of energy for a Big guy. As you can hear from most of my Old School Mixes, I would add a Heavy D track while no other DJ would even think to put him in there Mix. Take a listen to my Heavy D Tribute Mix and let me know what you think  I even through in the Theme song from the Hit TV Show In Living Color  (3) Snaps Up in “Z” formation *Snap* *Snap* *Snap* Enjoy

Heavy D seemed poised for a comeback before his unexpected death Wednesday. The 44-year-old rapper collapsed outside his Beverly Hills, Calif., condominium and was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The cause as of this moment is yet unknown.

Oddly enough Biggie Smalls first appeared on a Heavy D track in 1993 called “Buncha N*ggas” on the Blue Funk album. Heavy also appeared on tracks “Alright” by Janet Jackson on her Rhythm Nation album, and on Michael Jackson’s 1991 hit single “Jam”. Talk about working with the heavy hitters.

In honor of the passing of this legendary music and acting icon I sent a frantic text message to the Fast Lane Magazine resident mixologist Dave Stylus from Mix966FM and asked him to put together a quick mix of some of Heavy’s best tracks. And he came up with this Heavy D Fast Lane Quick Mix! I certainly hope that you enjoy, and please leave us comments below! You can also follow us on Twitter @FastLaneMag

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Friday Feel Good Quick Mix ~ WE GOT OUR OWN PARTY MIX

Friday Feel Good Quick Mix for March 22.

Fry Weezie is a Crazy Dancing Fool in the studio while  mixing on the 1’s and 2’s. Featuring some of the best Party Jams that will definitely take you back…  Artist include: Heavy D, Run DMC, Vanilla Ice, EPMD, Candy Man, J.D., Nucleus, and just for the hell of it… ended it with  Macklemore. Definitely feeling The “Thrift Shop” Jam… Funny when people request this song they call it $20 in my Pocket song.. LOL

Have a Great Weekend and Party Responsibly

As Always, Thank you for your Love and Support

Dave Stylus & Fry Weezie

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Friday Feel Good Quick Mix ~ Christmas In Hollis OLD SCHOOL PARTY MIX

The Friday Feel Good Quick Mix for Dec 21th.

This Friday Feel Good Quick Mix are some of the best 80’s Classic Hip Hop Jams. From the West Coast, to the East Coast, South Side to the North Pole, Fry Weezie put them all in the Mix.. Since, Christmas is right around the corner, Fry kicked it off with some Run DMC – Christmas in Hollis.. Definitely a classic when it comes to Christmas songs..

Reverend Run was kind enough to reveal for the first time, the story behind “Christmas in Hollis.”

I was sitting there eating breakfast one morning and I got a call from my [legendary Def Jam ] publicist, Bill Adler. He said “Joe you have to make a Christmas record for the Special Olympics. You have to make a Christmas record. I was like OK. Just being my crazy self, eating breakfast, maybe smoking, being run.

I sat there with the eggs, bacon, toast with Jelly, a piece of paper close by. When he hung up, I was eating breakfast, I wrote it in that same seat and within 20 seconds the song was written. It was a moral thought. I almost felt like I was a preacher back then somewhere in my heart. All I could think of was, suppose I saw Santa on Hollis .

And I didn’’t know it was Santa. Supposed I thought the dog was really a reindeer. Suppose Santa dropped his wallet. Man, I would never steal Santa’s wallet. I’d love to deliver it back to him. I bet you God is so good, that he will make Santa lose his wallet and if you give it back, God would say it was meant for you. But if you keep that wallet, then you are a loser, a sucker. So that’s where my mind was as the song was flowing out of me. [breaks into verse]:

It was December 24th on Hollis Ave in the dark/When I seen a man chilling with his dog in the park/I approached very slowly with my heart full of fear/Looked at his dog, oh my God, an ill reindeer/But then I was illin because the man had a beard I see this right now and imagine myself in the park on 192 park on 25th Street, all of this happening and I am getting chills now as I recite this verse: And a bag full of goodies, 12 o’clock had neared/So I turned my head a second and the man had gone/But he left his drivers wallet smack dead on the lawn/I picked the wallet up then I took a pause/Took out the license and it cold said Santa Claus/A million dollars in it, cold hundreds of G’s/Enough to buy a boat and matching car with ease/ But I’d never steal from Santa, cause that ain’t right/So I’m going home to mail it back to him that night/But when I got home I bugged, cause under the tree/Was a letter from Santa and all the dough was for me

And that’s how I imagine life, I imagined God to be in that rhyme, I wrote it in 20 seconds and I think it’s truthfully the best rhyme I’’ve ever written as far as the poetic aspect of it, the spirit of it.

I have written some dope rhymes, but that one has every element of a “Dr. Seuss.” Now a lot of other stuff I have written over the years and I’ve never said this before, but that might be the most poetic, Hip-Hop, B-Boy Dr. Seuss verse ever. I mean Dr. Seuss would never say “ an ill Reindeer,” so I imagined myself to be the new modern Dr. Seuss for that verse.

When I finished and we gave the record into the Special Olympics and these big artists like Cyndi Lauper had submitted a traditional songs like “Jingle Bells.”

I didn’t know any better to do that. I would have never done that. I didn’’t think to not write a new song. We are not singers anyway, so there was no way I was singing anything, it would have been wack. I was blessed as a poet at that moment and god blessed me.

Reverend Run

Artist Include: RUN DMC, Eric B & Rakim, Tribe Called Quest, LL Cool J, Toddy T, Dana Dane, World Class Wrecking Crew, King T, Public Enemy, 3rd Base, Skee Lo  and Many More… Hope You enjoy this mix

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Have a Great Weekend and Party Responsibly

As Always, Thank you for your Love and Support

Dave Stylus & Fry Weezie

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