Posted by , Dec 9, 2014 at 09:56am
Let's take a look at 10 remixes that outdid the original from hip-hop and R&B records.

The remix. It can mean a lot of things. Today it usually means a trap or house DJ took a tune and chopped it up for the dance-floor, but there was a time in hip-hop where the remix was an opportunity to invite old friends and make new ones over a celebrated beat.

P. Diddy's album We Invented The Remix might have been a little over-ambitious with its title. I don't know how Frankie Knuckles would feel about that kind of title, but one thing is for sure, and that's that Diddy & co. brought the hip-hop remix to popularity. That's what we're celebrating today.

From Ghostface inviting Lil Wayne on a "Run" to Craig Mack's legendary "Flava In Ya Ear" remix, there are a ton of examples of dope remixes from hip-hop/R&B world. Let's revisit some, shall we?

10 Remixes That Were Better Than The Original

Let's take a look at 10 remixes that outdid the original from hip-hop and R&B records.


The remix. It can mean a lot of things. Today it usually means a trap or house DJ took a tune and chopped it up for the dance-floor, but there was a time in hip-hop where the remix was an opportunity to invite old friends and make new ones over a celebrated beat.

P. Diddy's album We Invented The Remix might have been a little over-ambitious with its title. I don't know how Frankie Knuckles would feel about that kind of title, but one thing is for sure, and that's that Diddy & co. brought the hip-hop remix to popularity. That's what we're celebrating today.

From Ghostface inviting Lil Wayne on a "Run" to Craig Mack's legendary "Flava In Ya Ear" remix, there are a ton of examples of dope remixes from hip-hop/R&B world. Let's revisit some, shall we?

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