Frostbite

Starting off with a healthy dose of UK funky before quickly descending into hard breaks, 140 and jungle, this mix will give you something to move to on these quiet frosty nights.

mix by Anna
art by Hannah De Almeida Newton

SETLIST
Sexy Sexy - Rudimental ft. Natalie May
QBT16 (RTE Loveparade Refix) - MM
TBW (Kaval Remix) - TMRW
Watch How Mi Dweet - DJ TESS (ft. Logan)
Exit Theme - TenTwentySeven & Dreems Tran’s
Nos (Fault Tolerance Remix) - Lithe
Loss of Self Identity - Interplanetary Criminal
Limit of Paradise - 2 Bad Mice
Brighta Dayz - DJ Bark Lee
Palma de Mao - Amor Satyr
In Ya Telly - Chimpo
Guten Tag (Dom Perignon Remix) - Hardy Caprio ft. DigDat
Whiplash (Stones Taro Remix) - Will Hofbauer
+44 Thinking Of You (Morwell Remix) - Loraine James
Vibe (Metafloor Bootleg) - Cookie Kawaii
I Was Like - DJ Vadim & JMan
Love Di People (Cakedog Version) - Sikka Rymes ft. John D
Now My Selekta - Main Phase
A LOT (davOmakesbeats X Bianca Oblivion TBA Jungle Edit) - 21 Savage
Baby Boy - Amor Satyr & Skotek
Finest Illusion - Foul Play
Ma Bae Be Luv - Coco Bryce

References

¹ "The First Woman Rapper MC Sha Rock Talks Women in Rap, Sugar Hill Records, & Her Movie Project”, < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8UBKxJg1SQ >

² “On set w/ Aaliyah, Da Brat, Missy Elliott & Lil’ Kim (1999): You Had To Be There”, < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOzcH9Fim1M >

³ hooks, bell. “Hardcore Honey: bell hooks Goes on the Down Low with Lil’ Kim”, (May 1997), < https://www.papermag.com/lil-kim-bell-hooks1-1427357106.html?rebelltitem=62#rebelltitem62 >

⁴ hooks, b. (1994, February). Sexism and misogyny: Who takes the rap? . . . Misogyny, gangsta rap, andpiano. Z Magazine. < http://s18.middlebury.edu/AMST0325A/hooks_Sexism%20and%20Misogynywho-takes-the-rap.pdf >

⁵ Adams, Terri M., and Douglas B. Fuller. “The Words Have Changed but the Ideology Remains the Same:Misogynistic Lyrics in Rap Music.” Journal of Black Studies, vol. 36, no. 6, 2006, pp. 938–957, JSTOR, < http://www.jstor.org/stable/40034353 >

⁶ Barnes, Dee. “Here’s What’s Missing From Straight Outta Compton: Me and the Other Women Dr.Dre Beat Up”, < https://gawker.com/heres-whats-missing-from-straight-outta-compton-me-and1724735910 >

⁷ “Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche Flawless Speech”, < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75BknhBhWVg >

⁸ “Joan Morgan Talks Hip-Hop Feminism & The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill”, < https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeYRRzt2ikQ >

⁹ “WAP and the Spectacle of Sexual Liberation”, < https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=ILApR36KgQw&fbclid=IwAR23XawseazqgOGpZJ-VknYVIx3SuO_qkbtovWHiPO5_KP3Z3IwTRmtCrp8 >

¹⁰ Gracie, Bianca. “How Women Reclaimed Hip-Hop in 2019 by Making Their Own Rules”, 19 December 2019, Billboard, < https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/8546781/female-rappers-2019-dominance >

Music never lets you down
Puts a smile on your face
Anytime, any place
Dancing helps relieve the pain
Soothes your mind, makes you happy again
Listen to those dancing feet
Close your eyes and let go
But it don't mean a thing
If it ain't got that swing
Bop-shoo-wa, bop-shoo-wa, bop-shoo-wa

Chic - Everybody Dance from the album: Chic (1977)