Mixtape Of The Week: DJ S1 - The Flava In Ya Ear Show Mixtape

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​DJ S1 is a Miami native that is currently living in New York City. A lot of you may remember him from his stint at FIU's college radio station Radiate 88, 88.1 FM. DJ S1 was once an apprentice of legendary DJ and personality, Felix Sama. And since getting his start early on, he's been able to put out mixtapes with Pitbull, Paul Wall, Clinton Sparks, Benzino, AZ, and Capone of CNN to name a few.

Well, slated to go full steam with his "Flava In Ya Ear Show", DJ S1 gives you a preview of what to expect on his show with the official Flava In Ya Ear Show Mixtape. The mixtape is varied with tons of today's latest hits and certified street bangers.

The tape starts off strong with S1's custom intro courtesy of YK, over the very Craig Mack beat that inspired the name of the show. Then with a quick drop by Miami's Sean Kingston, the tape starts heavy and gets right in to the Rick Ross version of Drake's soon-to-be-classic single "Find Your Love," which has been picking up steam as of late. Then from there, some Miami-based selections include a freestyle from Wrekonize (of Mayday!), a song from Ghostwridah and Rick Ross' collaboration with Ne-Yo ("Super High"). S1 then rounds off the tape with new ones from Tyga, Pac Div, Jeezy, Wale and The Knux.

All in all, a great selection and a great preview of what to expect on "The Flava In Ya Ear Show", which will be coming soon. Stay tuned to DJ S1's twitter account for more information by clicking here. Otherwise, feel free to download the mix by clicking below...

Download: DJ S1 - The Flava In Ya Ear Show mixtape

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