Audio: Old Money's 'Pretty Danger' Mix

The boys from Old Money hit us up with this Pretty Danger mixtape they cooked up for Vane. In their pan-continental style, dudes streamline through kwaito jams from SA's DJ Mujava and DJ TiraOutkast reworkings, Boima "DJ Got Us Fallin In Love" remix and even Nina Simone, among some of their own unreleased Old Money material. Stream below and grab it here! (via Vanity Jukebox)


1. Mad One - House Girls 7 - No War Inside

2. Old Money - [untitled]

3. DJ Mujava - Mugwanti / Sgwejegweje

4. DJ Tira - I Wont Let You Go

5. Old Money - Mothership [unreleased]

6. Nina Simone - See-Line Woman

7. Rebirth Brass Band - Feel Like Funkin' It Up

8. Outkast - Spottieottiedopalicious (Nacey Remix)

9. Isa GT - Funketa

10. Kes The Band - Wotless

11. Crystal Waters - What I Need (Club Mix)

12. Maluca + The Party Squad - Lola (Ging Danga)

13. Usher - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love (Chief Boima Remix)

14. Lil Silva feat. Sampha - On Your Own

15. Gelú-Six - In The Building

16. Baobinga & I.D. - Man Down

17. Jhene Aiko - Club Stranger (Nguzunguzu Remix)

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