[Mixtape] Trackademics, HNRL Crew, & Nick Catchdubs “Summer School”


On Summer School, the Bay-area HNRL crew of Mike Baker the Bike Maker, Josie Stingray, Spank Pops, Whiz, 1-O.A.K., Moxmore, and Trackademics teamed up with Fools Gold co-founder Nick Catchdubs to release a summer inspired mix. Their fun, oft-crazy, throwback flow is on full display. Team-ups with Flosstradamus, Kool A.D., and iamSU! turn this into a must-have hip hop mix. Throw it on during your summer block party and rock out. Check out the video of the Kool A.D.-featured track “Wooowww (Bay Shit)” with the rhyme of the summer: “She asked me do I make hits/I replied, ‘Do Elton John hate tits.’” Also, play the fantastic Flosstradamus-produced track “Disaster Drill” and peep the tracklist below it.

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1. Intro / Disaster Drill feat Mike Baker, Whiz, Spank Pops, Josie Stingray & Trackademicks (prod by Flosstradamus)
2. Wait For It feat Trackademicks, Spank Pops & Josie Stingray (prod by Trackademicks)
3. Wooowww (Bay Shit) feat Trackademicks & Kool A.D. (prod by Trackademicks)
4. Back to School feat Moxmore (prod by 1-O.A.K.)
5. Gimme A Beat feat Trackademicks & L. Deez (prod by Trackademicks)
6. Eric Roberts feat Trackademicks, Moxmore & Spank Pops (prod by Trackademicks)
7. Eat A Parsnip feat Josie Stingray, Spank Pops, Trackademicks, Mike Baker & 1-O.A.K. (prod by Trackademicks)
8. Nasty Girls feat Moxmore, Mike Baker, Trackademicks & Josie Stingray (prod by Trackademicks)
9. Planetary Cassanova feat Trackademicks, 1-O.A.K. & Mike Baker (Malcolm McLaren)
10. Double Dutchin’ feat Mike Baker & Trackademicks (prod by 1-O.A.K.)
11. The Party Starter feat Whiz, Josie Stingray, Trackademicks & Spank Pops (Mono/Poly)
12. Late Night Hype At The Taco Truck feat Trackademicks & Mike Baker (prod by Trackademicks)
13. Speedway feat Mike Baker, Trackademicks & 1-O.A.K. (Metro Area)
14. Bukkake feat Mike Baker (Motor City Drum Ensemble)
15. Say Something feat Trackademicks (Fort Romeau)
16. Rewind (Tonight Remix) feat iamSU! (prod by 1-O.A.K.)
17. Numb feat 1-O.A.K., Trackademicks & Whiz (prod by 1-O.A.K.)


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