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Whenever most of us think about Balkan music in our bass scene we think of Shantel, Bucovina, Balkan Beat Box and others of that ilk but here’s something quite different and amazing to all that kind of stuff. This takes in everything from Trap, Moombahton, Hip Hop, Electro, Pop-Folk, Techno and so much more.

An absolutely mesmerizing mix of L Free’s instrumentals on some old Ex-Yugoslav songs and man it is pretty potent stuff.

One of the mixes of the year so far for me.  This had me rocking all over the place!!!

Watch out for this dude!!!

1. Alhemičar
(Miodrag Bogdanović – Siromah sam druže)
2. Misao
(Mića Demirović – Seti me se jednog dana)
3. Možeš miševima seći repove kroz deset hiljada generacija – oni će se opet rađati sa repovima
(Mile Kitić i Južni Vetar – Moj sokole)
4. L Free Mata L Free
(Hari Mata Hari – Kad dođe oktobar)
5. Duni gu
6. Ljubav
(Zdravko Čolić – Moja Draga)
7. Ne okreći se snajke
(Halid Muslimović – Idi moram da ti kažem)
8. Blok brate – malter brate – Vesnik proleća
(FTP – Blok Brate Bruklin)
9. Kuku Majke…
(Šaban Bajramović – Lutka, Lutka)
10. Ubavo si mome, sedneš mi na mome
(Ljubojna – Frosino Mome)
11. Ko hoda po vodi
(Lepa Brena – Čik pogodi)
12. Gori ludo, Gori lele!!!
(Gabi Novak – Mjesec kao igračka)
13. Ljubim te u usta
(Amira Medunjanin – Bogata sam imam svega)
14. Planino moja!
(Goci bend – Vozi me na Pale)
15. Sreća pa je tako
(Jasim Besirović – Dukate ćeš proklinjati)
16. Martin Garrix – Animals
(Nervozni Poštar – Nova godina)
17. Jedem odma
18. Šljiva
19. Mulo
20. Pogle što sam nabavio telefon, ima mnogooooo dobru kameru
(Dječaci – The Govno)
21. Ne slušaj koe ti drugi melje…
(Damir Avdić – Human Reich)
22. Udara u srce, sve da nemam
(Boban & Marko Marković Orchestra – Truba i čovek)
23. Svetozar Marković
(Toše Proeski – Igra bez granica)
24. Što manje gramatike, to više ljubavi
(Dubrovački trubaduri – Dok palme njišu grane)

HVALA NA PAŽNJI

Find out more about some of the ex-Yugoslav artists on this mix:

Mile Kitić (Belgrade, Serbia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mile_Kitić

Hari Mata Hari (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hari_Mata_Hari

Zdravko Čolić (Serbia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zdravko_Čolić

Halid Muslimović (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halid_Muslimović

Šaban Bajramović (Niš, Serbia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Šaban_Bajramović

Ljubojna (Macedonia) – http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?id=39292#.Ux244fl5OJg

Lepa Brena (Belgrade Serbia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lepa_Brena

Gabi Novak (Croatia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gabi_Novak

Boban Marković (Vladičin Han, Serbia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boban_Marković

Toše Proeski (Macedonia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toše_Proeski

Dubrovački trubaduri (Croatia) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dubrovački_trubaduri

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