Mash Up the Biggest Hip-Hop Hits From the 2000s With This Website
If you've ever wanted to mash up Dem Franchise Boyz with Red Hot Chili Peppers today is the day. A new website, aptly titled TheMagiciPod.com, allows users to blend some of the biggest hits from the 2000s.
When you visit the website, you are given an option of 20 hip-hop hits from the 2000s on the left side of the screen. Then, you are able to mash up one of those tracks with an option of 23 rock/alternative rock/pop songs. Pairing D4L's "Laffy Taffy" with Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles" has never been so easy.
Some of the hip-hop options include Jay Z's "99 Problems," Ludacris' "Move Bitch," 50 Cent's "In Da Club," Nelly's "Country Grammar," Twista's "Overnight Celebrity," and Kanye West's "Touch the Sky." Among the rock/pop options are Fountains of Wayne's "Stacy's Mom," The Strokes' "You Only Live Once," Plain White T's "Hey There Delilah," and Red Hot Chili Pepper's "Snow (Hey Oh)."
When checking out the artists included on the site, one can't help but appreciate the longevity of some of the MCs. Rappers like Jay Z, Kanye West and T.I. have enjoyed long-term success in the game, and they deserve props for their sustained success.
Over the past couple years, some of the biggest acts from the early 2000s decided to make comebacks with new albums, tours and reunions. As a result, XXL posed the question: Is hip-hop back in the early 2000s?
You can mash up your own songs at TheMagiciPod.com. The website is perfect for a house party or hangout with people whose tastes in music are a bit all over the place.
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