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Download DJ Underdog's 87-Minute 'Save the Ritual Pt. 1' Mixtape

Download DJ Underdog's 87-minute 'Save the Ritual Pt. 1' mixtape featuring Uhuru, Michael Jackson, Boddhi Satva and more.


DJ Underdog at Everyday People Brunch x Okayafrica, shot by Ginny Suss

DJ Underdog, resident spinner behind Okayafrica parties in DC and New York, has delivered on a brand new mixtape for us. Save The Ritual Pt. 1 is an 87-minute round-up of "African tunes I am feeling at the moment and are making the dancefloor move," Underdog told us. Stream the mix in full below. Underdog spins this Saturday, November 8th, at Okayafrica Electrafrique NYC with King Britt. Entry is FREE before 10pm with RSVP here.

>>>Download DJ Underdog's Save the Ritual Pt. 1 Mixtape

DJ Underdog's Save the Ritual Pt. 1 Tracklist:

01. Douga (Boddhi Satva Ancestral Soul Remix)

02. NGOJA

03. Duvido-Mena

04. AFRICA ZNOBIA

05. Soumbouya (Boddhi Satva )

06. Lasperrone ft. Dj Silyvi - Do man Nela Kwankwanram

07. DumbSTEp.128

08. Track 05

09. Olothando (Incl. Rame from Pastaboys, The French Twins & Koro Mixes) (Original)

10. PROCESSION OF THE ANKU

11. Sunlightsquare - Ochosi (Jose Marquez Remix)

12. DJ Oats - KamSelele (Jose Marquez Remix)

13. Git Feat. Big Brooklyn Red - Higher (Afefe Iku Remix)

14. INDLELA

15. A Woman in Love (Boddhi Satva Ancestral Soul Remix)

16. MANGORO

17. Michael jackson - Mama Say Mama Sa (Acapella)

18. OSI BABA

19. Uhuru-Pata Pata

20. ROMAN FUGEL

21. Intro - Tapping

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