Mixtape Mondays: King Addies, Heartical I.D, DJ Enroute, Mighty Crown

Words by Deejay Theory

Mixtape Mondays
As we pass the midway point of summer, holding on tight, we bring you the Jamaican Independence Day edition of #MixtapeMondays. RUNIT!

King Addies, Str8 Juggling Pt. 3: The iconic international soundsystem King Addies celebrate a milestone achievement this year, marking their 35th anniversary in the business. Look out for more news from this legendary sound in this space soon, but for now let’s get into some Str8 Juggling from selector Kingpin. Roll out with your squad or turn this up at work for a (clean) megamix of all the big tunes from summer ’18 dancehall, hip hop, afrobeats and more. Stream below, tracklist here.

Heartical I.D, Heartical Love 2 Mixtape: London-based selector Heartical I.D returns with the second installment in his Heartical Love series showcasing all the latest and greatest lovers and roots tunes from a wide collection of singers. A good amount of lesser-known artists are featured here in conjunction with some of our current favorite tunes like Lila Iké’s rub-a-dub scorcher, “Second Chance”. Stream below, tracklist here.

DJ Enroute, Everyting Spicy: The big man DJ Enroute representing Rampage Sound Global to the fullest brings to you a breezy mix of vibes in the dancehall, afrobeats and global arena. From the UK to Trinidad and back to Jamaica these are all the necessary tunes that continue to beat on speaker boxes and earbuds throughout the globe this season and into the next. Stream and download below, tracklist here.

Mighty Crown, World Clash 20th Anniversary Aftermath Mix
The Far East Rulaz Mighty Crown have been known to celebrate their sound clash victories by dropping fire new mixes. They’ve done it again in the aftermath of their win at the World Clash 20th Anniversary, held last month in Montego Bay as part of this year’s Reggae Sumfest festivities. Beginning with a rousing dubplate ballad from Romain Virgo, the mix continues with dubs of this year’s top tunes including Wayne Marshall’s Jamaican gospel smash “Glory to God.”

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