Legendary mixer DJ Rawn is best known for his Old Skool Show with Jeff Garcia and AquaNet Set on Los Angeles’ Power 106. Today, Rawn hosts a show on SiriusXM’s Globalization channel called The Old School Hour. His latest mix, which aired on Friday, featured an hour of freestyle, funk, dance-pop, and Miami bass tracks from the ’80s and ’90s.
Stream Rawn’s set below and tune in Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. PST on channel 4.
1. Expose – Come Go With Me
2. Shannon – Give Me Tonight
3. Ale – I Wanna Know
4. Dino – Summergirls
5. Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – Can You Feel The Beat
6. Rock & Collage – I’ll Be Loving You
7. Jaya – If You Leave Me Now
8. Johnny O – Fantasy Girl
9. Synthia Figueroa – Touch Me
10. Fatback – Backstrokin’
11. Midnight Star – Midas Touch
12. Vanity 6 – Nasty Girl
13. Rick James – Give It To Me Baby
14. Teena Marie – Lovergirl
15. New Order – Bizarre Love Triangle
16. Azoto – San Salvador
17. 2 In A Room – Carnival
18. The Bucketheads – The Bomb
19. Steve “Silk” Hurley & The Voice Of Life – The Word Is Love (Say The Word)
20. Kellee – My Love
21. Soulsearcher – Can’t Get Enough
22. Curtis Mayfield – Move On Up
23. JD Hall – #1 Lover
24. Denice Williams – Queen Of Fools
25. Vengaboys – We like to Party! (The Vengabus)
26. Luke Ft. Trick Daddy & Ludacris – Throw That D
27. Chris The Rebel – The Vertigo Anthem
28. DJ Laz ft. Danny “D” – Mami El Negro
29. Usher ft. Twista – Nice & Slow
30. 69 Boyz – Woof Woof
21. 2 Live Crew – Shake a Lil’ Somethin’
22. N.W.A. – Something 2 Dance 2
’80s music has been an influential force in recent years and Wild Style’s new single “Take Me Home” is a prime example.
Upon listening to the track, it quickly becomes clear that the funk, freestyle and Miami bass genres of that era have inspired the singer duo and their producer Richard Vission. Wild Style’s sound isn’t completely throwback though, as it also contains elements of today’s dance music, giving it a fresh twist.
Watch their video for “Take Me Home” above and download the track on DJcity.
Related: DJcity Picks: Natalie La Rose, Afrojack, Boogie, Wild Style
Henry Fong is best known in the EDM world, but the rising DJ/producer began as open-format DJ, and his versatile influences are often heard in his tracks. Fong’s latest remix is a prime example, as the Florida native updates Quad City DJ’s Miami bass classic “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)” just in time for festival season. Stream and download the electro and breakbeat-influenced rework below.
Download: Quad City DJ’s – C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train) – Henry Fong Bootleg
Related: Henry Fong Responds to Critics of Mainstage EDM
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