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Gangnam Busters


Gangnam Style. Ghostbusters. New York City. Too much free time.
Gangnam Busters by blakebuck
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The Hideki Naganuma Mixtape


Hideki Naganuma is an acclaimed videogame music composer best known for his work on the Jet Set Radio series. However, he also produced tracks for other lesser known games like Sega Rally 2006, Ollie King, and Sonic Rush. Blending elements of techno, funk, hip hop, and madcap sampling of the big beat genre, Naganuma’s style […] Continue reading


The Internet is Dead


Last week, an unknowing longtime contributor to the Big Hot Sho passed away. Ted Stevens was many things to many people, a senator, an Alaskan patriot, and to some, a shady embezzler. But here at BHS, we’ll always remember Ted Stevens for his greatest contribution, the revolution of the internet. During a daring speech in […] Continue reading


Summer Heat Beats


I’m visiting William in Baltimore this weekend, so that means a lot of driving listening the radio. And by a lot of radio, I mean Top 40. And by Top 40 I mean about 8 songs. Over and over again. For 900 miles. So I figured I’d condense the entire awful experience into a “Summer […] Continue reading


Wayne’s Mega Mix


So my new roommate Wayne gives me 27 MP3′s and says “make awesome out of this”. 2 months later (yeah so I’m busy, screw you), I now present you with DJ Pop Chopper’s Wayne MEGAMIX. 23 tracks mixed into eleven and a half minutes of BADASS. For those of you playing along at home, that […] Continue reading


Queen Skank


So I’m not a huge fan of Fat Boy Slim or Queen. But they do have their moments, and what’s better than bringing two great moments in music together? Free booze. And hot chicks. And money. Okay I guess there are a couple things better than this track. Not much though. FatBoy Slim’s The Rockafeller […] Continue reading


I’d Like One Toke


Another week, another pop that has been chopped. Again, I’m all about blending the old favorite with the new hit. Brewer and Shipley’s “One Toke Over the Line” is seminole 70′s swing rock produced at the height of the experimental drug culture in America. On the other hand, T.I.’s “Whatever You Like” is about getting […] Continue reading


Don’t Trust Love


This week’s mashup combines a new favorite of mine with an old classic. Not only does 3OH!3′s “Don’t Trust Me” have some pretty slammin’ beats, it also degrades women AND Helen Keller. Everything a growing boy needs. Haddaway’s “What is Love” is decidedly one of the most awesome 90′s club jams, spawning forth and even […] Continue reading


Ultramix Summer 2009


Alright, so it’s been a few months since my last DJ post, and I bet you kids are thinking, “Whatever happened to Trust Hustlers?” Well I moved to Baltimore and I’m minus two hustlers, so I figured now would be a good time to invent a new brand. Introducing… Now with 48% more nudity! This […] Continue reading

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