Top 10 from Mr. Carmack’s Recent Huge Song Catalogue Drop

On July 15th, Mr. Carmack dropped over 60 unreleased tunes in one shot; one day. Filled with unfinished tunes, demos, remixes, and conceptual versions, many of them are exceptional. Half of them were featured on his surprise USB-only drop “Yellow” EP (only 80 were made and handed out at his recent clothing pop-up premiere) in April.

Instead of listening to all 60, let us guide you through Mr. Carmack‘s best unreleased material.

Here is our Top 10 from hot producer Mr. Carmack‘s huge song catalogue drop:

All 60+ tracks are free for download too, so grab them fast before they are gone!

10. “Abby 2.0”

For those that don’t know who Mr. Carmack is, this is the easiest entry point. Featuring a combination of trap, hip-hop, electro that creates “Future bass/soul”, this is an excellent alternate version of Mr. Carmack’s track “For Abby”.

9. “Love Love”

Mr. Carmack showed us his softer side on the combo track he did with Ta-ku “Miss You Most At Night”, and on “Love Love” he revisits this warm spot with huge success; perfect sunset or star-gazing material.


While Mr. Carmack is exceptionally versatile, Mr. Carmack has an uncanny ability to hit the track hard. “FAULTS” flaunts Mr. Carmack’s ability to make everyone in the trap/trapstep game rethink any work they have done.

7. “30 for 30carmack3”

Taking Drake’s “30 for 30”, Mr. Carmack slips the track into molasses and throws in the hardest, soul vibe of all time. With jazz piano, and echo-filtered snaps, this remix is too slick.

6. “Bukkweat”

A 2014 gem Mr. Carmack showed off in his sets, including the infamous Soulection mix, “Bukkweat” is one of the most sought after Mr. Carmack tracks and of all these tracks is the most played. Luckily, this is now available to the public.

5. “ODB – Shimmy Shimmy Ya”

Reinventing the ODB classic is difficult to do. Since ODB’s passing, the original track alone has been sampled hundreds of times. Mr. Carmack throws his hat into the ring with an insane, albeit short, remix.

4. “beyonce”

This remix of Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love” puts the original and Diplo’s remix to shame. Tragically the track doesn’t make it past the 2 minute mark but is worth every second.

3. Mr. Carmack x GANZ “Partygirls V3”

“Party Girls” is the smash hit Cashmere Cat produced for Ludacris that featured Wiz Khalifa & Jeremih. A huge hit on its own for the festival circuit, this remix turns it on its head to be an explosive banger.

2. “Tennyson x The Light (MASH)”

Tennyson has slowly become every producer’s favorite group this past year. Mr. Carmack combines Tennyson’s “7:00 AM” with the original sample J. Dilla used for Common’s “The Light”; Bobby Caldwell “Open Your Eyes”.

1. “lean on rmx  – 1great dane totally helped too”

Out of all the 60+ tracks dropped, this one is the most complete as well as a must have/listen, and is an unbelievable remix of Major Lazer’s “Lean On” featuring MØ & DJ Snake. Originally written by Diplo, Mr. Carmack’s remix is sinister, and grooves hard in all the right places.


Honorable Mentions:


Flexing is hard for most, but for Mr. Carmack he has trap/trapstep perfected.

“Gang With Me R7 INST”

This version eventually would be flushed out (slightly sped up & mastered) with Kenny Segal that created Towkio’s hit “GWM” that featured Vic Mensa.


The bigger question remains – did Kendrick Lamar ever get this?!


A haunting remix of The Postal Service’s “Such Great Heights”.

“chillin with girlfriends”

A 21st century remix of 112’s smash song “Dance With Me”.

“stroke it baby”

Taking the Aaliyah classic “Rock The Boat”, Mr. Carmack throws under it a subtle electro bass line, and the perfect amount of jazz chords to reinvent the R&B classic.

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