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DJ Jamad – Velvet Reasons [Mixtape]

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DJ Jamad – Velvet Reasons [Mixtape]

I listen to hip hop constantly and really need to get back on my soul and jazz tip with some throwback rock music here and there. DJ Jamad is a DJ here in Atlanta that my college roommate put me onto and he’s dope. If you into neo-soul, electronica, chill, jazz, and laid back hip hop, this dude has a nice catalog for you. Check out his latest, Velvet Reasons, and see for yourself.

VELVET REASONS

1. Intro

2. Deborah Jordan – I Know

3. Quadron – Wounds (Simili Life Version)

4. Me’Shell Ndegeocello – Love You Down

5. Purity Ring – Lofticries

6. Kwala – Aquarius Machine Co.

7. Ledisi – I Gotta Get To You

8. Drake – Practice x The Foreign Exchange – Eyes To The Sky

9. Teengirl Fantasy ft. Shannon Funchess – Dancing in Slow Motion

10. Deep Shoq – White In Blue

11. Blue Six – Noesis

12. Daft Punk – Night Vision

13. Nikko Gray – Beautiful You Are

14. The Weeknd – Thursday

15. Little Dragon – Seconds (Syd The Kyd Remix)

16. Gwen Stefani – Luxurious

17. The Isley Brothers – Between The Sheets

18. Atjazz – Short Changed

19. S.O.S. Band – Tell Me If You Still Care w/ Ski Beats & Mos Def

20. Applejac ft. Ramona – De Ja Vu

21. Twyla – Love of A Lifetime

22. Staycen – Feel Ya

23. Ta-Ku – Night (Albsurealude)

24. Al B. Sure – Nite and Day

25. Danimal – Slow Jam (How I Feel About You)

26. Robert Glasper Experiment ft Musiq & Chrisette Michele – Ah Yeah

27. Frank Ocean – We All Try

28. Amy Winehouse – Halftime

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