If you loved Studiokamp’s Cattlerap, bring out your emergency provisions, say goodbye to your loved ones and dive into Auctioneer Beats. This addictive Vine channel makes bite-sized fire by adding hip hop beats to auctioneer contests.
YouTuber Tronicbox turns Justin Bieber’s pop house hit into a very convincing ’80s power ballad, using most of the decade’s trademark sounds without devolving into a cheap joke. Seriously, the only thing that gives it away is that it’s too clean. Thanks Karlo!
Eclectic Method slices, dices, and mashes up bits from James Corden’s insanely popular Carpool Karaoke singalong series into a single track. See if you can identify all of the performers featured, then check the video description to see if you’re right.
YouTuber Fizz Zix was recently bombarded by a car alarm that sounded like it needed it’s battery changed, but just had enough juice to keep on going. His mind went, “Run that back. Man that’s exclusive.” We bet Future could make a million of off this. Extended mix here.
(PG-13: Language) Producers Mick and Chi Duly mark Notorious B.I.G.’s 19th death anniversary by dropping this cool mixtape featuring some of Biggie’s most popular verses juxtaposed against the beats of phenom beatmaker Metro Boomin. Thanks Karlo!
Put on your headphones, crank up the volume, and drink in this 15-minute history of rock music, as remixed by Ithaca Audio. The clip includes sound bites from 348 rockstars, 84 guitarists, 64 songs, and 44 drummers, from Elvis to Foo Fighters. Download the audio track here.
Prepare to have fun fun fun fun… YouTuber Mike Diva made a parody trap track using clips from the infamous kazoo episode of a little known ’80s TV show called Special Friends. You can buy the extended mix on Mike’s Bandcamp.
YouTuber KyleKallgrenBHH made a summary of Star Wars IV: A New Hope using sounds and clips from other movies and TV shows. The resulting remix shows that Star Wars is deeply embedded into pop culture, but is itself a jumbled recollection of its predecessors.
(PG-13 Language) YouTuber Rufus Paisley used clips from a sign language learning course to make an unofficial music video for a tacky rap song where two dudes brag about their penises. We’re missing out on half of the fun here.
YouTuber Muted Vocal retuned the theme songs of X-Files, Halloween, Saw, The Exorcist and A Nightmare on Elm Street to major keys. The spooky tracks became hilariously harmless tunes fit for dramas, game menus and commercials.
Tapes slowed down Vacationer’sGo Anywhere and blessed it with the right amount of spice – synths, pitch-shifted interjections, beach sounds – to transform the peppy pop track into a chill but confident tune.
Beatmaker Mickey Valen adds just the right amount of edge and bass to Here, the hit anti-party anthem by this summer’s breakout YouTube star, 18-year-old Alessia Cara. Get the original song, uhm, here.
“Yipeee!” What if Anakin Skywalker kept talking and thinking like a kid all his life? We’d get the sci-fi version of Kung Pow. M. deicke mashed scenes from the original trilogy with the young Anakin’s dialogue from the prequels.
The latest track from digital entertainer Neil Cicierega spices up Ray Parker Jr.’s classic Ghostbusters updating it with a new dance hook and silliness a plenty. Download the track here. Be sure to stick around for the final five seconds.
After making a dance track with an airplane, Mashd N Kutcher collaborated with a pizza delivery guy. At this rate they’ll be able to release an album once a week. That bouncing camera is going to get old, but right now it still cracks us up.
Just when we think we’re to be made to be made to suffer because it’s our lot in life, here comes Eclectic Method with a rousing remix of our favorite bleeps, blops and bloops. We are now much more prepared for Star Wars: Episode VII.
We know we just shared an Odesza remix, but can you blame us for bringing them back if they keep churning these babies out? This time Harrison and Clay worked their magic on pop star Sia’s hit single Big Girls Cry.
Pogo’s latest smooth electronic track uses sounds and dialogue from the Harry Potter movies, with Joshua Kershaw doing the matching video. This is actually a remix of a remix, based on P.SUS’ remix of one of Pogo’s tracks.
Electro beat maker MetroGnome used some of the iPhone’s stock ringtones (with Siri chiming in occasionally) to make this pop dubstep track. Want to make this your ringtone? You can download the track here.
Redditor mrdvno – the mad genius behind Best Drops Ever – slowed down the vocal track from Grant Kirkhope’s DK Rap from Donkey Kong 64 and laid it over Daft Punk’s Da Funk. It sounds like John C. Reilly rapping.
It turns out there’s a gold mine of rap that’s just waiting for a producer to come along: cattle auctions. Studiokamp adds beats to cattle auctioneers’ rapid fire talking. This guy can take on Rap God half-asleep. Watch the first one here.