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Maejor feat Jeremih x Get You Alone (Florentino Remix)

If you have been listening to our Radar Radio shows you will know that we have been feeling this one for a while and are happy that people are starting to ride the Florentino wave. He’s a seriously talented producer and Truants blog¬†premiered his excellent dem bow remix of Get You Alone last week. We are excited to hear more from the elusive producer and are really happy to have him as one of our guests at this year’s World Carnival party.¬†

Jeremih x Planes (Feat. J Cole)


Jeremih back doing what he does best. I like the Warriors-esque intro.

Jeremih x Don’t Tell Em Afro-Remix


This isn’t as good as it could be but its official. Let that sink in for a sec…. One of our fave R and B artists (when he isnt being shoved into edm festival type stuff) got 3 of Africa’s finest to be on a comissioned remix.

Jeremih & Skinny Fabulous x Work It


A collaboration that we would have dreamed of but never thought would happen. One of our favourite R and B stars teams up with Skinny Fabulous for a collab that works oh so well. The riddim suits both of them so well, Jeremih in his laid back r and b guise and Skinny Fabulous and his 100 mile per hour delivery. Also need to point out how good the riddim is, simple but infectious.

Jeremih x Karate Chop


Jeremih’s ability to make hit songs his own is something to be cherished. One of the highlights of his acclaimed mixtape from last year actually wasn’t on the actual tape it was him going over Val Venis. Here he goes over Future’s much maligned Karate Chop. I wish he would actually collab with Future as that would be something we would love to hear.

FKi x Amdam (Dip)


Versatile producers FKi step in front of the mic with the first of their vlog series. You might recognise the bones of the instrumental as F U All The Time of last year’s excellent Jeremih tape. It’s great to hear it respun into a drug rap hit with the classic you dip, i dip, we dip chorus. At the end of the video it shows a clue of where this will end up which is Transformers in the Hood 2, the sequel to their first mixtape which was released in conjunction with Mad Decent. That tape wasn’t for me at all as the guys explored their US dubstep leaning side, hopefully there will be more like this on the next tape.