Floops Festival Episode 05 (#FF05) is an 18 song, 44 minutes long podcast of your favorite house classics for the last 3 decades. Expect hits from Frankie Knuckles, Daft Punk and my favorite Eric Prydz with a remake of Steve Winwood’s 80’s hit Valerie called “Call on Me”. So let’s jump right into Floops Festival Episode 05 and remember to use the hashtag FF05 when referring to the show and to check out the djfloopstt mobile app in the Google Play Store and iTunes. Without further ado; Let The Floops Festival Begin!
Floops Festival Episode 04 (#FF04) is 19 song, hour long podcast of your favorite Chutney Bollywood Remixes. My favorite song of this mix is General Imran also known as G.I singing, a Despacito Mashup with Baarish from the movie Half Girlfriend, starring Shradha Kapoor. This is a Bollywood Latin Mashup with Mr. Renzo taking care of the Spanish aspects. Trust me don’t sleep on this version. If you have been following the Chutney Music scene closely, you would have known that GI recently launched his solo music career after being a backup singer for Dil-e-Nadan. the So let’s jump right into Floops Festival Episode 04 and remember to use the hashtag FF04 when referring to the show and to check out the djfloopstt mobile app in the Google Play Store and iTunes. Without further ado; Let The Floops Festival Begin!
Chutney Wedding Waistbreakers Part 6 focuses on living legends of chutney music like Adesh Samaroo, Rooplal Girdharrie, Heeralal Rampartap and Devanand Gatoo. It is the 6th installment in the Chutney Wedding Waistbreakers Series where you can listen to some of the hottest chutney songs of all time. See track list below for more details. You can also check out parts 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1.
Best Baithak Gana Surinamese Songs is a mix of some of the greatest Baithak Gana hits of all time. Baithak Gana is a music genre from Suriname. It is similar to Chutney Music and is often referred to in Trinidad as “Tent Singing”. The genre preserves the Classical elements brought here by the forefathers. It leaves out the electronic elements and focuses on three instruments; Dholak (drum), Harmonium and Dhantal. These songs are mostly sung in Hindi and are popular at weddings. Arguably, the best and most well know Surinamese Baithak Gana singer is Ramdew Chaitoe, some of his songs are featured below.
Floops Festival Episode 03 (#FF03) is 26 song podcast curated by my own manager, OA Management. This mix follows from the mellow vibe set in #FF02. I asked her why she chose such sad songs to which she remarked that she just liked eerie music. Of course, if you grew in late 90s and 2000s, these songs ithinould be of no surprise to you. Many of these songs don’t depend on the beat but have powerful lyrics and deep meanings. My pick of the mix will definitely by Sweet Dreams by the Eurythmics. I love the synthesizer and Annie Lennox is one of the best contralto voices of all time. When I asked my manager what is her favorite song, she stated both the original and Lost Frequencies Remix of Armin van Buuren’s In and Out of Love…arguably his best song to date. So let’s jump right into Floops Festival Episode 03 and remember to use the hashtag FF03 when referring to the show and to check out the djfloopstt mobile app in the Google Play Store. Without further ado; Let The Floops Festival Begin!