Listen To DJ Cuzzin B's 'Average White Mixtape, Vol. 7' + Celebrate Your Independence!
Fireworks, BBQ, water guns + hopefully a chance to relax are all things that you’re going to do this Fourth of July weekend. With American pride on the agenda for you + yours, we are here to guarantee the heat-rocks for you and your speakers. DJ Cuzzin B‘s themed mixtape series, Average White Mixtape, showcases the melanin-deficient talent within music’s different genres.
Mixed to absolute perfection by DJ Cuzzin B, the St. Louis born-and-bred talent has Human League, Mayer Hawthorne, Tom Misch, River Tiber and Tame Impala on the project, which is sure to get your body swaying + your head nodding. For those who aren’t familiar with DJ Cuzzin B, this is a perfect opportunity to get acquainted with the guy who jammed out to everything from The Police to Maze to Black Sabbath.
Whether you’re jamming out to house parties, doing the electric slide at a cookout or whipping in the streets — plug in your AUX cord and get down to the sounds of DJ Cuzzin B’s Average White Mixtape, Vol. 7.
Check out the track list from DJ Cuzzin B’s Average White Mixtape + press play below:
1. Intro/Level 42- Something About You
2. Mr. Mister – Broken Wings (Cuzzin B Snapper Blend)
3. Human League – Human
4. Mayer Hawthorne – Out of Pocket
5. Tom Misch – Artist
6. Eric Tagg – Living Off the Love
7. The Keane Brothers – You’re Running Away
8. Wild Belle – Losing You
9. Katy B & Kaytranada – Honey
10. SG Lewis – All Night (feat. Dornik)
11. Nine Inch Nails – Closer
12. Portishead – Sour Times
13. The Police – Bed’s Too Big Without You
14. Sir Was – Near Here
15. River Tiber – Acid Test
16. Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better
17. Bernhoft – Stop Shutup
18. Bobby – Tame the Shrew
19. Fellini Felin & Camel Power Club – Money Can’t Lie
20. Mac DeMarco – Chamber of Reflection
21. Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – James Dean
22. Anna Wise – Precious Possesion
23. James Blake – Choose Me
24. Allen Stone – Upside
25. Queen – Play The Game
26. Billy Joel – Rosalinda’s Eyes
27. Electric Light Orchestra – Long Black Road