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The Bass6 – Lucid Dreams Vol. 3 [Mixtape]

Toronto, ONOriginally published June 2, 2014 – The Bass6 DJ duo (of SmashMouth Entertainment) have teamed up with The Original Mattress Company for this dope new Lucid Dreams Series. Every Thursday, a new mixtape drops. That’s right; a complete mixtape for your listening pleasure.

Last week, Vol. 3 of the series dropped. It includes a monster 30-minute mix of Chinx Drugs, Migso, Dom Kennedy, 2 Chainz, DillanPonders, and more. Basically, it strikes a perfect balance between vibed-out smoke-out jams, and turned-up party tuneage. Peep the mix below, and check out the track listing after the jump. Oh, and keep it locked on the next upcoming mix, too.


The Bass6 – Lucid Dreams Vol. 3 [Mixtape] -

Track Listing

01 – Jake Bluez – Space Garden
02 – Bones – Artesian Water
03 – DillanPonders – Just Drive
04 – Dom Kennedy – My Type Of Party
05 – ScHoolboy Q – Man Of The Year
06 – Migos – Freestyle ft. Young Thug
07 – Chinx Drugz – Gon Lie ft. Lil Durk
08 – Drew Howard – Un Bouquet
09 – ILoveMakonnan – I Don’t Sell Molly No More
10 – Key – Guess Who
11 – Migos – Ran Up The Money
12 – Rich Homie Quan – Type Of Way (Remix)
13 – 2 Chainz – Where You Been
14 – Gunplay – Aight ft. Rick Ross
15 – Young Thug – Laugh ft. Chinx Drugz

Twitter: @theBasSix | @CreamieB | @GarrettWelldone

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