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Big Things Poppin - T.I.



tempo: 85 bpm

bpm range: 80 bpm to 85 bpm85 bpm to 90 bpm

the DJ’s take: Perfect music for a workout, a pep rally, or a desperate all-night study session right before an exam. The piano and the guitar work well off each other, and T.I. rides the beat like a pro. If you're spinning hiphop or doing a freeform set at a dive bar, get this one in the playlist.

Try mixing or mashing up with:

Between 80 and 85 bpm:

Gotta Lotta - 2 Chainz ft. Lil Wayne
See You Again - Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth
The Heart Wants What It Wants - Selena Gomez
Party - Beyoncé
Come & Get It - Selena Gomez
Bounce - 2 Chainz ft. Lil Wayne

And from 85 to 90 bpm:

Love The Way You Lie - Eminem & Rihanna
Irreplaceable - Beyoncé
At My Best - Machine Gun Kelly ft. Hailee Steinfeld
Started From The Bottom - Drake

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