Just Blaze (Producer) Songs

  • Cover of Just Blaze (Producer) - Higher  Feat. Baauer
    Stream Higher, the newest drop from Just Blaze (Producer) which features Baauer. The cut was released on Friday, January 18th, 2013. Things are looking better for Just Blaze (Producer) with each new release, which Higher has proven yet again.
  • Cover of Just Blaze (Producer) - Miracle
    Just Blaze is in a giving mood tonight. We just heard "Moleskin Conclusion," a beat that was intended to be the sequel to Jay Electronica and Blaze's "Dear Moleskin." Now he's dropped a second beat, "Miracle," which, at one time, was intended for Jay Z and Jeezy. 
  • Cover of Just Blaze (Producer) - BEHOLD! (Exhibit J)
    Check out BEHOLD! (Exhibit J), the latest from Just Blaze (Producer). The track was released on Wednesday, January 9th, 2013. Just Blaze (Producer)'s chances in this game are improving with each new release, and BEHOLD! (Exhibit J) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
  • Cover of Just Blaze (Producer) - 1 UP  Feat. Mysto & Pizzi
    We've heard Just Blaze's more electronic side with his recent Baauer collaborations, and today we get another collabo with the DJ duo Mysto & Pizzi. The three producers take on the classic Super Mario Brothers theme song and give it a complete electronic rework. What do you think?
  • Cover of Just Blaze (Producer) - One  Feat. Sinjin Hawke
    Today we receive a new instrumental collabo which went down between Just Blaze and upcoming European producer Sinjin Hawke last year at the Redbull Music Academy. This is the second collabo we've received from Blaze in a minute, following "1 UP." Are you feeling it? 
  • Cover of Just Blaze (Producer) - Moleskin Conclusion
    The legendary producer Just Blaze just shared an unreleased, untouched beat on his soundcloud, titled "Moleskin Conclusion." As per the cover art, "Moleskin" is an ode to the brand of high-end Italian notebooks.
  • Cover of Just Blaze (Producer) - Backstabbers
    For a Throwback Thursday on Instagram producer Just Blaze decided to drop a record he produced when he was 15 years old, with a 13-year old rapper named Poun, "Backstabbers."  As Blaze says,  "AHAHAAHAHA!! I was 15, Poun was 13. We swore we was PR & CL.#TBT.
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