Hey Everybody! This week’s mixtape is dedicated to new Soca music. My girl Ava (whose beautiful face is in the cover) goes to Trinidad every year for the Carnivale celebration and this year we collaborated on the best music that slayed the fetes this year. I have to say..I really didn’t know I would […]
This week’s Monday mixtape is once again dedicated to the King of R & B Producers: Teddy Riley! I’ve made no secret about how much I adore Teddy’s work. This makes the third mixtape I’ve done for him!
This week is The Breakup Mix. I don’t need to explain right?
THIS IS MY SONG! If you like this mix..maybe you’ll like these! None Found
Jimi Izrael and DJ Diva are back with a new mixtape for The Denzel Principle. I’m off vacation/work break to bring you a hot new mixtape. Jimi Izreal, the author of The Denzel Principle: Why Black Women can’t Find Good Black Men, reached out to me to fashion a new mix for him.
This Monday Mixtape is all about my birthday idol Mariah Carey. We all share a birthday with someone…and I do with Mariah! Mariah Carey has been an idol of mine for long time. We share the same birthday and although she is 4 years older than me..she has always provided me with the inspiration to follow my dreams.
I love R. Kelly’s music…I don’t care what nobody says…Now enjoy! If you like this mix..maybe you’ll like these! None Found
RED CAFE – I’M ILL (REMIX) (FEAT. RYAN LESLIE, LLOYD BANKS & CLAUDETTE ORTIZ) DIRTY MONEY – HELLO GOOD MORNING (FEAT. T.I.) FOXY BROWN – BK MADE ME TRINA – LET THEM HOES FIGHT (FEAT. LADY GAGA) (MASTERED) TIMBALAND – TALK THAT (REMIX) (FEAT. T-PAIN & BILLY BLUE) TREY SONGZ – ALL MY LIFE AKON […]
This Monday Mixtape was a special request from one of my listeners. I put up a shoutbox for requests and Ebony so sweetly requested a mix of songs that inspire women. This was perfect timing because my birthday is Saturday and nothing makes an Aries feel better than some pump-me-up music.
I have to say that I had a great time putting this one together. I was going to do Disco but somehow it shaped up into a battle between Diana Ross and Donna Summer. Long before there was a Bey Bey and Rhi Rhi battle…there was the grown Diva battle between Diana and Donna. Disco was good for Diana’s emerging solo career and for the newcomer Donna’s breakout hits. The 70’s were good to these ladies so I included most of their fast hits!