16.03.13 by Jeff

Got Pocahontas on my Yokohamas

Got Pocahontas on my Yokohamas

I made a new mix for you and it’s meant to be turnt uuuup. It’s a pretty aggressive trap mix (sorry mom, this one’s not really for you). I think the next one will be more mellow like the summer mixes.

This got removed from SoundCloud so I had to join Mixcloud just to share it. Stream it or download it here.

Also for all those asking, I make these mixes using Ableton Live. Have a great weekend everyone!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Grant Parrinello

    So DEEEEP. SOOOOO Crisp. Thanks.

  • Thank you Jeff!

  • Ľubica Martincová

    stimulating and fun! some parts make me feel very gangsta lol, thanks.

  • workin

    no link..bump, Jeff pls&ty. I’ve loved this loud until the record needle cut a groove in my car.





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