Jackie Chain x Nick Catchdubs – After Hours Mixtape

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Y'know the nighttime is the right time to get involved in all sorts of G'd up wackiness and adult activities.

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Jackie Chain – “Molly” Video

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"The DJ play the music I can feel it in my body, This venue's like a painting by Salvador Dali" God, when I pressed play on <a href="">Jackie Chain's</a> screwed-up visual that line slaughtered me.

Nick Catchdubs

Jackie Chain Feat. Freddie Gibbs – “Night Is Young”

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Jackie Chain and Freddie Gibbs spitting party raps over production that brings to mind waifs on designer drugs flailing in sync to a seizure-inducing lightshow shouldn’t work.

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Donnis x Nick Catchdubs – Southern Lights Mixtape

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<a href=""> Way over yonder, across the Georgia skyline, sits a manchild with the ability to mix up his own blend of dance on dance and lyrical sensibilities that should make the entire world adopt a southern's charm, soon enough. If you see <a href="">Donnis</a> cooling out on a porch in the backwoods with his Ray-Bans on, just know he's seeing the bigger picture through the Southern Lights.

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Kid Sister x Nick Catchdubs – Kiss, Kiss, Kiss Mixtape

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<a href=""> When it comes to iPod shuffling, Kid Sister's Ultraviolent still gets substantial burn from me and that's not due to the fact I think she looks as edible as a morning muffin. There's an "it" factor that is transmitted through her music that makes her accessible towards the Pop spectrum while still being able to hold tight to her scrunchies and rap sensibilities. Since it's been an Internet minute since her debut, the Chicago buttercup is getting her glamour swag together and puckering up for the studio with Nick Catchdubs for Kiss, Kiss, Kiss. Mashing it up with Gucci, Nina Sky and Paul Weezy, put your right hand "hi" on the mouse and click download if you're a fan. <a href="">Download Mixtape</a> 01.

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Izza Kizza x Nick Catchdubs – 10:15 Mixtape


If someone was to plant the seed in your head that the relatively unknown Izza Kizza was a permanent fixture in Timbaland's music camp, it would make perfect sense the moment you're exposed to his unorthodox delivery.

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