Definition of mixtape
: a compilation of songs recorded (as onto a cassette tape or a CD) from various sources
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El Paquete Semanal (‘The Weekly Package’), as the compilation is called, is part newsstand, part mixtape, part offline streaming service—a drive curated with magazine articles, Hollywood films, YouTube videos, phone apps, classified ads, and more.
Rap Monster’s always held on to a bit of that anti-mainstream attitude, especially with his expressive 2015 mixtape.
His debut mixtape is raw and thrilling from top to bottom.
That’s thanks largely to his mastery of the internet, both as a distribution method (all three of his mixtapes have been streaming-only) and as a tool to build meaningful relationships with his many young fans.
Check out these lipsticks, watches, or, be like us, and get yourself some mixtapes, a reminder of those bygone love letters that can't be replaced with Spotify playlists.
Young Dolph, who wasn’t harmed in the shooting, made his own mixtape in April that referenced the incident.
The soundtrack too is a mixtape of Wright’s personal greatest hits, culled from his own iTunes and heavy on classic R&B and nerdy instrumental esoterica.
In quick succession, Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Tom Cotton (R-Tenn.) played a mixtape of victim-blaming hits straight from a 1980s workplace drama.
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