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Is it looking like it'll be another freebie like the My Fav's one??

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Is it looking like it'll be another freebie like the My Fav's one??

Yeah I think so!

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Released !

http://www.undrcrwn.com/JazzyJeffxUNDRCRWN.html

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It is so nice from Jeff to give it for nothing, for free !

It's not the first time he do that, and I really want to THANKS HIM for his generosity.

Edited by Romano338

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I'm quite liking this, i think it gets alittle lazy towards the end when mixing the bigger hits but i guess you can't cleverly mix eveyrthing.

Definately spreading the word on this one

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This is just incredible. The musical journey it take you on is intense. One of the best DJ mixes i have ever heard.

I gotta agree! I'm LOVING this! All the fans of MJ should have the mixtape.

Propz to Jeff! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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DJ Jazzy Jeff Highlights Obscure Michael Jackson Tracks With Mixtape

He's the King, I'm the DJ features 49 tracks, including some lesser-known songs.

DJ Jazzy Jeff is used to being around royalty. He manned the turntables for the Fresh Prince in the late '80s before becoming Will Smith's TV sidekick. Now, the Philadelphia native is set to release his latest mixtape, He's the King, I'm the DJ dedicated to the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

"After Mike passed, I really started digging, and I found a bunch of stuff that I didn't know Mike had, especially with the Jackson 5," Jeff told MTV News. "He had a whole bunch of albums that go completely past people. I think people just go for [popular songs like] 'I Want You Back,' 'Never Can Say Goodbye' — and there was a bunch of obscure albums that all had really good stuff on them. Then it was hard, because I wanted to keep it one CD and not make it a Mike anthology. I wanted to just make it something that was entertaining, that you could just play from the beginning to end."

The 49-song mixtape is sponsored by Undcrwrn apparel and will be available for free download on their site starting Monday (October 26), on the eve of premiere of the concert documentary, "Michael Jackson's This Is It." The mixtape cover, featuring an illustrated take on Jeff and Smith's album He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper, is also printed on a T-shirt from Udrcrwn, retailing for $32.

Jeff said he was inspired to do the mixtape after fellow DJ Mick Boogie suggested putting his playlist together as a proper release.

"I did it exactly as I would play it out live," Jeff explained. "I kind of wanted to give a feel like you heard it in a club. I didn't necessarily want to go in a certain order, 'cause everybody in the world plays certain Michael Jackson songs. And I wanted to play songs that not everyone plays, play some obscure album cuts. And if you listen to it, I have some a capella and versions of songs that not everyone had heard. So, I kind of wanted to mix it up and keep people off guard. Just give them an example of all that Michael was like."

The set features a range of MJ music, from classics like "Human Nature" and "Billie Jean" to not-so-familiar remixes, including a Pete Rock take on the Jackson 5's "2-4-6-8," featuring CL Smooth, and mix of "Rock With You," featuring Fela Kuti.

"He just has a lot of good songs," Jeff said. "That's what I really wanted to focus on. You can go to any club in the world and hear 'Billie Jean,' you can hear 'Beat It,' you can hear 'Wanna Be Starting Something' — those are his main staples that an Eskimo in Alaska knows."

WATCH VIDEO:

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1624730/20091026/jackson_michael.jhtml

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