Kung Pow - Jiggy Wit It - Fidget mix by Jesse Kung Pow
Evenflo, Shatter, The Prodigy, Redman and Steve Aoki, Wynter Gordon.
Fidget mix recorded April 2012Free for download - http://www.mediafire.com/?63mk7dqd0mk8naz
Thank you Will & Kiana <3 I hope to see both soon before I move
halfway through the set, we all half to learn how to breathe, because Kung Pow has kept us raging for the last half an hour. The drop stops the breather, and the crowd starts to go insane. Breathe by The Prodigy is easily the climax of the set, taking typical city into rage city.Thank you redman for adding a bit of hip hop flavor to the regular electro-house set. He wanted everyone to get dirty as the dance floor quickly filled.-will bouzeneris
This is one of the most refreshing sets ive heard in the last couple of months, and not just because of the beatmapping that Kung Pow has mastered, but the track selection that he has seemed to conquer, when it comes to the california rave scene. Its like hes yelling for people to check out his set in such a vicious manner, and I dont blame him for wanting to scream it out. Kung Pos is the kind of DJ that is constantly underrated, where he should be overrated. He shouldn't have to resort to pushing disturbed in order to be respected as one of the best disc jockeys of the West coast. The demons that are inside the lead singer of disturbed are in all of us, and we are just fighting to keep it from making its way out.When it transitions into 'rollin' by Limp Biscuit, the corniness is nowhere to be found. It sounds like Fred Durst is the missing member in the mortal kombat lineup in the early 90's. That old school, hardcore rave feeling. Fred Durst might be rollin, but it might not be the same kind that the average raver is experiencing. Back to 94' was a welcome surprise to the set, where I was expecting someone like sublime or the Mars Volta to come out of the woodwork. Kung Pow mixed it masterfully over the previous track, making it seem like a complete set.