DJ Blaze - Blazing Cuts (February 2013)

Posted 3 years ago

We in The DJBooth are proud to present the first installment in Blazing Cuts, a monthly series of free, exclusive mixtapes curated by our very own DJ Blaze.

For your listening pleasure, Blaze has sifted through the hundreds of records featured in February to find the cream of the crop. The result is a 14-track compilation showcasing the best free new music to hit our front page over the course of the month. This edition of Blazing Cuts features fresh material from Theophilus London ("Snow Angel"), Curren$y ("Three 60"), Tha Joker ("Can't Change") and many more of your favorite artists. Watch for the next installment of Blazing Cuts to drop via The DJBooth on Thursday, March 28.

Original artwork by Nick Fulcher

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