Trouble Andrew Announces the Trouble Gang Mixtape featuring Diplo, Santigold, Spankrock, Amanda Blank, Lil Jon and Many More

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​You've all had more than enough notice about the Major Lazer show on Saturday at Grand Central. But here's something a little different: Major Lazer's Diplo's collaborated with Trouble Andrew for his Trouble Gang Mixtape, which also features Santigold, Spankrock, Amanda Blank, Lil Jon, and Timbaland. The song, "Run Hide," is definitely a slower jam in comparison to Major Lazer favorites like "Pon De Floor." It's actually almost sweet, suggesting that you "stay until the morning."

Download "Run Hide" and find a link to get the entire album for free after the jump.

To download Trouble Andrew's "Run Hide" featuring Diplo, click here.

You can stream or download Trouble Andrew's entire Trouble Gang Mixtape, here: soundcloud.com/rock-steady/sets/trouble-gang-mixtape

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