Whoever said people don’t dance at Boiler Room has obviously never seen our recent session from Paris. We were honoured to be invited by La Creole to guest alongside their residents Lazy Flow and Pote, at this special session and were overwhelmed by the love and energy in the room. Check out the set and tracklist below, full session relooping here.
Zlatan Killin Dem Sarz Good Morning Riddim Ms Banks Snack (feat. Kida Kudz) Lava Dome Hair Down NA DJ Shape 4 Teni3 SugarMummy Dj Lag Step Culo Freezy Split in Di Middle Jayiva Sowetu Sox 2 Point 6 Koffee Rapture (High Class Filter Funky Edit) Demarco She Can’t Wait NA DJ Coming in strong Dubbel Dutch Call Fi Bubble Sean Paul Temperature Emo Kid Futuristic Gqom Olatunji Big Business B. Ames Cuz I’m Pussy (w/Trina)d) LSDXOXO Death Rattle Destra Garcia WaistLine Killer Ricky T feat Eempey Slicker Freaky Girls (Kiff Remix) Denise Belfon Dance & Dingolay 360 Road Mix Angela Hunte & Machel Montano Party Done Cham Wine (feat. O) Konshens Bassline Busy Signal Bedroom Bully Alkaline City Gage Throat DJ Salty Tic Toc Tifa Tiki Tiki Raine Seville Mad Dem Lord Kossity Da One For Me Feat Mr Vegas Vybz Kartel Party Me Say Konshens Stop Sign Ynfynyt Scroll Pull up to mi Bumper Burna Boy Ye
We are doing our first Boiler Room set on Monday as part of this huge lineup! Tune in here to view the stream, there is a very special guest that you do not want to miss. If you had any common sense you will be locked from 7pm on Monday.
This year marks 50 years of Notting Hill Carnival and Boiler Room will be streaming from some of carnival’s best soundsystems this Sunday 28th and Monday 29th of August. As carnival lovers they asked us to share some of our carnival tips, watch Hootie Who reveal one of carnival’s best secrets above. More info on the soundsystems that Boiler Room will be covering here.
We don’t tend to post mixes outside the HDD fam on the site (no shots, we have otheravenues to do so). I wanted to post this because of the great interview at the end. It’s always interesting to know how producers are influenced and Rizzla’s influences make sense to the music that he creates. He also talks about his plans for the year (The Lisa Hype EP is something we are excited for), SWSW and the New York clubbing scene. Sit back and enjoy.