Bootie Mashup Top 10 – January 2021
It’s nearly the end of the month, and as usual, we’re a little late posting the first Bootie Mashup Top 10 of the year. But this time, I’ve got a good excuse — I’m in the middle of uprooting my life in San Francisco and moving to Berlin to ride out the rest of the global pandemic. Still, I’m listening to new mashups the whole time I’m packing, and have managed to compile a list of my recent favorites.
One of my favorite genre-clash combos is pop diva vocals over rock music, and if you appreciate that combo as well, then this month’s list won’t disappoint. Somehow, a lot of ’80s made the cut, as well as a pair of fantastic mashups from this past year’s “Best Newcomer” (if we were giving out awards) iWillBattle. And last but not least, I had to include the original Amorphous mashup that went viral, and was the inspiration for the recently-released Fat Joe single, “Sunshine (The Light).”
– Adriana A
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Phil B – Deeper Mashup (Aretha Franklin vs. Dua Lipa)
Marc Johnce – Teenagers On The Dancefloor (My Chemical Romance vs. Sophie Ellis-Bextor)
Hahnstudios – Wild Boys Changed The Way They Kiss Me (Duran Duran vs. Example)
Groboclone – Sandroll (Rick Astley vs. Darude)
iWillBattle – How Your Mood Reminds Me (24kGoldn ft. Iann Dior vs. Nickelback)
Amorphous – Never Kissed It Too Much (Rihanna vs. Luther Vandross)
Lewis Wake – girls, positions, girls (Ariana Grande vs. Mötley Crüe)
Dunproofin’ – No One Knows Levitating (Dua Lipa vs. Queens Of The Stone Age)
iWillBattle – Johnny’s Drivers License (Olivia Rodrigo vs. Chuck Berry)
DJ Schmolli – Welcome To The Achy Breaky Jungle Boogie (Guns N’ Roses vs. Billy Ray Cyrus vs. Kool & The Gang vs. Lil Nas X)
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