DJ Emiliot Releases A Touch of Storch Chapter 1 Mixtape

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Our Resident DJ from Brussels is back on his grind with the release of yet another mixtape in a short two-week span. This time, DJ Emiliot is releasing another iteration of his "A touch of" mixtape series called "A Touch of Storch Chapter 1". The "A touch of" mixtape series was actually inspired by Scott Storch and it's pretty ironic to see it dropping now. "A touch of Storch Chapter 1" is divided into different chapters and just like the others volumes already dropped (A touch of Street Fabolous, A touch of Jim Jonsin, A touch of DJ Mustard...) is a tribute to the Super Producer Scott Storch.

In this first chapter some bangers like "Candy Shop" and "Just a lil bit" by 50 Cent are presents but he also added some less known but hot songs like "Stinc - talk to me", "Urban Mystic feat Pitbull - Can you handle this". As always it's available for free on DJ Emiliot's Audiomack page or you can stream and download below!


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