The American DJ's latest mix tries out a new copyright-savvy mix platform.
Fittingly entitled Mad Legit, the mix includes, among other things a Rusko remix of 2Pac's "California Love" and a dubstep rework of Chris Brown's "Look At Me Now." Diplo is able to sell the mix without clearing the samples from these and other songs thanks to a scheme cooked up by Legitmix. Here's how it works: to hear the mix, listeners need to own all of the original material that's sampled. Whatever they don't already own, they can buy directly through the site. The mix itself costs $3.00, plus the costs of whichever tracks the user doesn't already own. The arrangement lets DJs sell their mixes legally while also generating sales for the artists and labels behind the original material. Have a look at the video below for a more detailed explanation.
01. Dillon Francis & Diplo - Que Que (Alvaro Remix)
02. Miss Broadway - Belle Epoque / Sandungueo - Munchi (Paul Devro Mash-up)
03. Dillon Francis - Masta Blasta
04. Schlachthofbronx - Chambacu (Samim Remix)
05. Gregor Salto - Madalena (Gs Beach Mix)
06. Savage Skulls Douster - Bad Gal (MikiX the Cat Remix)
07. Bosco Delrey - Wild One (Reset! Remix)
08. Major Lazer - Bruk Out (Buraka Som Sistema Mix)
09. 2pac - California Love (Rusko Remix)
10. Chris Brown feat. Busta Rhymes & Lil Wayne - Look At Me Now (JP Dubstep Remix)
11. DJ Zee-E - Drifting Away
12. Kito & Reija Lee - This CIty (Asa & KOAN Sound Remix)
13. Flux Pavilion - I Can't Stop (DJ Craze Loc'd Out Refix)
Mad Legit is currently available on Legitmix.