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A Milli Of The Near Future

Here is a mashup of Li'l Wayne - A Milli and Klaxons - It's Not Over Yet. This is a good example of playing a naturally slow a capella at double speed with a song at regular speed. In most cases the rhythm of the a capella won't match, since slower a capellas are usually performed loosely with more breathing room. Leave it to Weezy (the best rapper alive?) to hold it down on tracks he has never heard before. The Klaxons' song is actually a cover of a song by Grace. I decided to title it after the Klaxons' album, Myths Of The Near Future, since it seemed to work better than most permutations of A Milli and It's Not Over Yet. Try them yourself and you'll see what I mean. (It's Not A Milli Yet? WEAK!) Bon appétit.

6 Responses to “A Milli Of The Near Future”

  1. ill million (lee)

    Great mashup. Very well put together - there's some nice fine detail in the construction. I like that you let the klaxons sing a bit. A fine example of the mashup craft. Also Weezy is the s***.

  2. ill million (lee)

    Also the picture's sweet - I like that we're getting more visuals on the site lately.

  3. ravelite

    this one is pretty hard... this is when the dancing starts to turn serious.

  4. Rosie

    very nice Mike! I like it mucho :)

  5. gojirra

    great party song, there is no relief from the hard beatz. one must dance.

  6. erf

    Agree with the others, I like the mashing most when the singers go back and forth with one another, just throwing the a capella on an instrumental track doesn't do so much for me. When the chorus comes in, the whole thing just takes off into the danceosphere, the release from the tension the rap builds...

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