DJ Caesar Releases Appreciation Mixtape

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DJ Caesar continues to hit us with more mixing goodness with the release of his newest Mixtape on Audiomack.com called the Appreciation Mixtape. In between his time on the Shade45's Weekend Work Radio Show, DJ Caesar always finds time to show everyone some love by releasing these classic (and completely free to download) hip-hop, reggae, and R&B mixtapes. This mixtape is dedicated to all DJ Caesar supporters. In this day & age new music comes out so frequent that you might not be able to catch it all. So he has taken the liberty to compose a tape in which some Dope tunes might have gone unnoticed mixed in with some exclusives NEVER HEARD BEFORE. Download & Stream this mixtape below and check out all of DJ Caesar's work and other mixtapes at his artist profile page.

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