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No Mediocre - T.I. ft. Iggy Azalea



Speed: 95.5 bpm

Recommended bpm range: 90 to 95 bpm

The DJ's Take: If you're looking for some fresh new hipPop to integrate, the names and the summery steel drums on this track should work. Nothing really noteworthy here, but it keeps things moving, which is good enough for your purposes. To stay key-compatible, try mixing with songs like NO - Meghan Trainor, Juicy - Notorious BIG, Boom Clap - Charli XCX, Africa - Toto, Drop It Like It's Hot - Snoop Dogg, It Girl - Jason Derulo, Rack City - Tyga, I Got To Have It - Ed OG, Say Aah - Trey Songz, Single Ladies - BeyoncĂ©, In Da Club - 50 Cent, Ooh! - Mary J. Blige, Addiction - Ryan Leslie ft. Fabolous, and Why You Wanna - T.I..

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