J Rocc | Stones Throw x SanDisk


Stones Throw has partnered with SanDisk for a J Rocc mixtape featuring Mayer Hawthorne, Dam-Funk, Koushik and others, many of which are new and exclusive. This mix is a free download at Wake Up Your Phone.



01. Take Me Back – Aloe Blacc
02. KTH – Koushik
03. Way Out Of Living – Linear Movement
04. Gangsta Touch (I Can’t Hide It) – Dam-Funk
05. I Be Goin Hard – Steve Arrington
06. What U Wanna Do – James Pants
07. Gee Dee – Gary Davis
08. Who’s Really Listening – Mark Lane
09. On The Floor – Tony Cook
10. Joyful Exaltation – The Whitefield Brothers
11. Star – J. Rocc
12. Spacejack – Koushik
13. Neverland – James Pants
14. Green Eyed Love (Classixx Remix) – Mayer Hawthorne

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