mixtape

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mix·tape

 (mĭks′tāp′)
n.
1. A homemade compilation of songs that has been taken from various sources and recorded onto a cassette or CD: I made you a mixtape for your birthday with all your favorite songs.
2. A hip-hop compilation that is released for free directly by the artist and is often more freeform than a studio-produced album.

[mix + tape.]
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The mix-tape consists of eleven original new tracks and one previously released track Fast Lane which had success at radio.
His mix-tape will feature 17 tracks based on his life experiences and surroundings under the guidance of his best friend and manager Majid Al-Awami.
Young Cee's involvement in the underground mix-tape market gave him access to several of Miami's talented amateur rappers who went on to other projects.
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As the title might suggest, the film is also defined by the music, with a mix-tape soundtrack that reads like a who's of who of hip and trendy artists.
But we've come up a mix-tape of feelgood classics to cheer you up.
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The raid was part of the recording industry's effort to crack down on the practice of selling mix-tape CDs.
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MAKING mix-tapes, putting photos in albums and using VHS recorders are the three things we miss doing most since the digital revolution.