Now someone’s mashed-up Flume with Tupac and it’s amazing
Four years ago, a Perth producer by the name of Jaymee Franchina set the internet on fire when he mashed-up Flume’s debut album with a selection of the Notorious B.I.G.’s best tracks, amassing over 20 million streams on SoundCloud and getting support from Harley Streten himself.
Now, Franchina’s back with a follow-up. He’s just released a part two to the Flume mash-up project, this time blending Streten’s second album Skin and companion EP with the work of seminal rapper Tupac Shakur. He’s made a full 13 tracks, all of which are available as a free download on Bandcamp.
The Hottest 100-topping hit Never Be Like You collides with Tupac’s 1998 anthem Changes, while Say It is paired with Ghetto Gospel. Franchina even revisits I Met You, Flume’s 2012 collaboration with Anna Lunoe, for a bonus mash-up with Hit Em’ Up.
Franchina told inthemix he started work on the project straight after Skin dropped last May, but wanted to wait until the second week of February – the exact week he released the first mash-up album – to drop part two. Hear one of the standout tracks from the mixtape below, head to Bandcamp for the rest and keep up with all things Jaymee Franchina on Facebook.
Katie Cunningham is the Editor of inthemix. She is on Twitter.