DJ Matman – Black Lives Matter Live Mix – Audio & Video!

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17 Jun

DJ Matman – Black Lives Matter Live Mix – Audio & Video!

Here’s my live mix from the recent Hip Hop Barbershop Black Lives Matter Fundraiser event - check the links above to either hear the full mix, watch the full mix, or watch a short video of the highlights! I was part of a lineup featuring 10 of London’s best Hip Hop DJs live-streaming 40 min sets on instgram to raise funds for charities Black Minds...

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01 Jun

DJ Matman – Hip Hop Back In The Day Mix

      I was recently asked to record a mix of 80s & 90s throwback Hip Hop for the @hiphopbackintheday_ show on @thisiswestside FM here in London. I went in pretty hard with tonnes of routines, edits, scratching and wordplay using some of my favourite old school tracks. I recorded way more than I needed for a half hour slot, so this is an...

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24 May

DJ Matman – Underground UK Hip Hop Guest Mix For The cHip sHop Show

As a resident DJ at London's excellent Hip Hop - themed bar / restaurant cHip sHop I was recently asked to record a guest mix of underground UK Hip Hop for their weekly show on Chuck D's Rapstation365 radio station hosted by DJ Shorty - I recorded a lot more than I needed for the 40 minute slot, so here’s an extended hour long edit!...

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02 Apr

New Mix! Freshly Baked 004 – Eclectic Future Sounds

Freshly Baked is back with an eclectic selection of some of the music I’ve been feeling over the last few months, featuring plenty of bouncy Kaytranda-esque mid tempo house joints, future beats, hip hop, disco, baile, rnb, soul, afro, grime, whatever! Cooked with the heat turned up to the max and served with a generous helping of dj skills., the energy here starts mellow, builds...

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02 Apr

New video: Snoop Dogg x The Neptunes – ‘From The Chuuuch To The Palace’ Beat Juggle

  I dug out this old routine beat juggling Snoop Dogg's ‘From tha Chuuuch to da Palace’ for the Beat Junkie's DJ Melo D's #neptuneschallenge. A lot of hip hop 12” singles were pressed at 45rpm here in the UK, I used that to flip this to 33 and create some double time patterns. I won a few battles with this one back in the day!...