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DJ Juls Shares His Holiday Mixtape 'Enjoyment'

London Based producer DJ Juls releases his afrobeats holiday mixtape "Enjoyment," featuring Wizkid, Fuse ODG, Burna Boy and more.


In the spirit of giving, Ghanaian DJ and producer DJ Juls offers up his "afrobeats holiday mix" Enjoyment. After releasing an impressive mix of cross-continental hip-hop tracks in his Jungle Book Beat Tape trilogy, the London based beatmaker has been running the gamut this year in collaborations — from "I No Get Time" with hiplife veteran M.anifest to "Raise My Flag" with E.L. & Ghanaian rookie Blackway. For his latest project, DJ Juls compiled over an hours worth of pop, hip hop, and dancehall tracks featuring the likes of WizkidFuse ODGBurna Boy, Iyanya, and Sarkodie. Stream it, gift it, or add it to your holiday party playlist below.

TRACKLIST

1. DJ Ganyani-Xigibu Remix

2. Edem -Koene

3. Wizkid-Show me the Money

4. Fuse odg-Ye Play

5. R2bees- Lobi

6. Timaya-Ukwu

7. Skales-Shake body

8. Reekado Banks-Chop am

9. Wande coal-baby hello

10. LAX ft Wizkid-ginger

11. Tekno-dance

12. Iyanya-Finito

13. Banky W-Jasi

14. LDNC-Zagada

15. DJ xclusive ft Wizkid- jeje

16. Slyde ft timaya-banana

17. DJ Ganyani- xigibu

18. The Mavins-adoubi

19. Show dem camp -Ewele

20. Kwamz n Flava-onane no

21. Castro- Seihor

22. E.L.-Shelele

23. VVIP- selfie remix

24. Leriq- comment tu t'appelle

25. Sarkodie ft Bisa Kdei-chingam

26. 4x4 ft Davido-dance

27. Patoranking ft Tiwa savage -baby o

28. Stonebwoy ft Sarkodie- Baafira

29. Shatta wale ft Sarkodie-dancehall commando remix

30. M.I-shekpe

31. Mazichukz-Ifununya

32. Iyanya- Mr Oreo

33. Mr Eazi and Juls ft Pappy Kojo- Bankulize

34. Silvastone-buss my head

35. Moelogo ft Gigs-The Baddest

36. Wande Coal-Amorawa

37. Sona-no Wahala

38. Wizkid-ojuelegba

39. Burna boy- don gorgon

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