Grab a Hip-Hop Mix From How to Dress Well
- Words: Patric Fallon
Whenever the bandied-about name How to Dress Well is dropped, two specific genres—lo-fi indie and R&B, for the most part—quickly come to mind, but we still think it'd be safe to assume singer/producer Tom Krell knows a thing or two about hip-hop, as well. With this lengthy mix he recently shared on Altered Zones, the artist proves us right. Below, you can check out a stellar, hour-long DJ set of tweaked club music by How to Dress Well, called No Reason Not 2 Rite, which includes subtly reworked jams from Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, Beyoncé, Diddy Dirty Money, Deadboy, Chris Brown, Crime Mob, and something called "Dipset Trance," among other tunes.
01 Diddy Dirty Money: "Your Love"
02 N-Zo & DJ Invincible: "Red 5"
03 Seany Mac: "One Of Those Days"
04 Beyoncé: "Halo (HTDW Speedup)"
05 Love Nation: "Musical Foundations"
06 Travis Porter: "Bring It Back"
07 Ace Hood: "Hustle Hard (Remix)"
08 Soulja Boy Tell 'Em: "LEMME FUCK"
09 Dipset Trance
10 Deadboy: "Way That I Luv U"
11 Panteros666: "X Lova"
12 Chris Brown: "Beautiful People"
13 DJ Ham: "Most Uplifting"
14 Dipset Trance
15 Crime Mob: "Ellenwood Area"
16 Yung Bizz: "Bubble Gum"
17 Rebel Alliance: "Sometimes"
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