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Kendrick Lamar and A-ha ‘Take on Me’ mashup is a viral hit

Either you’ll love it or you’ll hate but what ever it is, what is done is done. The latest viral mashup sensation comes from twitter user @noah_charlick with his fusion of 80’s Norwegian synthpop group A-ha and Pulitzer Prize rapper Kendrick Lamar.

In the two-minute clip that has been retweeted as of this article 181,000 times and liked 498,000 times, @noah_charlick fuses the 1984 hit “Take On Me” by A-ha and Kendrick Lamar’s single “Backseat Freestyle” from his 2012 album Kendrick Lamar Good Kid, M.A.A.D City

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Nicky Romero Shares New Avicii Collaboration With Vocals From Chris Martin

We learned this week that Nicky Romero and Avicii has been both collaborators and friends. They were even working together and still sharing files. They had last spoken about a month before the 28-year-old producer, Avicii, was found dead, but Romero must have been moved to finish some of those open sessions as a means to honor his “I Could Be the One” co-creator.

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Nick Mason to perform early Pink Floyd material with Supergroup

Legendary Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason has formed a new supergroup to play Floyd’s early music, named Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets.

Named Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, after Pink Floyd’s second album which came out in 1968. the four-piece group, Saucerful Of Secrets will perform early Pink Floyd material at four intimate shows in London next month in May.  The lineup includes Spandau Ballet’s Gary KempLee Harris of the Blockheads, bassist Guy Pratt, who took over from Roger Waters in Floyd, and composer Dom Beken, a collaborator with late Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright. Pratt and Beken worked together in the electronic band Transit Kings.

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30 Grateful Dead Mashups you have to hear by Biggie, Jay-Z and The Beastie Boys

Since a ton of the Jamband community will be in Brooklyn tonight watching JRAD, here are some cool​ Grateful Dead Mashups from infamous NYC artists​ Notorious B.I.G​., Jay-Z and The Beastie Boys.

​Today marks 21 years that ​The Notorious B.I.G. passed ​away in ’97. RIP Biggie!​ We all miss you.​ “Spread Love That’s The Brooklyn Way!”​ ​

​Check out the 30 dope mashups creative geniuses have bestowed on us.​

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