Once upon a time, boys and girls, disc jockeys used to record their mixes on cassette tapes. Yes, a little object that you put in a tape player, press play, and walk down the street blasting music. It feels like a million years ago. So I’m dedicating this show to the mixtape and cassette tape days. That was the hustle back in the 90’s. We used to sell the tapes worldwide. Myself, and the legend Tony Touch, used to have a great connect in England. We sure do miss that easy cash, lol. Now, let’s fast forward to the future, you can just stream away. So yo, let’s go and enjoy this cassette tape mix. Reggaeton at the highest level.
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