The Winner of the “Bad Things” Remix Contest is…

“Bad Things” (feat. Sage Francis) is off of the Metermaids album, Rooftop Shake. The redux version features B. Dolan. We held a remix contest for this version which resulted in a flood of amazing material submitted by producers who hail from all parts of the world. After sifting through all the submissions, weighing the pros and cons of each, and agonizing over the tiniest of details, the time has come for us to announce the winner. Before we do that, I just want to say THANK YOU to everyone who participated. As per usual, the talent involved in this contest made the winner incredibly difficult to choose. To read how we came to this decision, please read all the notes and explanations below. But without further adieu…

Bad Things REMIX CONTEST by Strange Famous Records

I wrote critiques for each of the 45 remixes listed above and then we had people cast their vote on this blog as well as on our facebook page. The public’s vote was not the ultimate determining factor, but it did encouraged us to return to certain remixes we may have overlooked on first listen. In fact, Theory 77’s remix was not in my original top 3. Upon further listens, and seeing how he was in everyone else’s list of favorite remixes, I’m more than happy to give this man his well-deserved blue ribbon. Also, if memory serves me correctly, this isn’t the first remix contest this Brighton, UK madman has won here. Congrats again, sir. You most certainly run this shit.


Theory 77: This was the involved of the beats in my opinion. The remix of the hook was mad tasty.  And the vocal treatments were an interesting touch.
Alexandr Brown & Cubbie Bear:  I was on the fence with this beat until like my 20th listen.  What sold me was the progression and choice to give the the track a different overall feel.  Not fully dropping the drums until the hook created a nice, long build.  Like Sean said, I think this beat was like 85% realized, but it was a healthy 85%, so I’ll take it.
Le Parasite:  I really liked this, but really wish it would have had some changes to add more dynamics.  When lined up next to the other beats, it still managed to power through because it just fit the lyrics so well.


Theory77: So, so much attention to detail.
TommyFox: Even though it’s a little repetitive, it’s the most complete remix to me.
CubbieBear: It doesn’t get where it wants, but I appreciate the total vibe switch.
Honorable Mentions:
MartinKatscan: This is pitch-perfect Judgement Night Soundtrack.
DMG: If this was mixed a little better, it actually might have been my favorite.  I love these super choppy beats.
LeParasite: Would have been a winner if he had changed it up a little more.


Dynamo414: This one if my favorite. It just hits me in a nice way.
Honorable Mentions are D.M.G., Theory 77, magOwl and Leif(kolt).

NOTES ON ALL REMIXES from SAGE FRANCIS  (asterisk indicates a personal favorite)

*ALXANDR BROWN & CUBBIEBEAR (This remix has a long build before the drums kick into full gear. It feels like it’s going for an epic sound, but I don’t know if it achieves that.)

B HYATT (The melancholy feel to this music works really well with the vocals. I also like the way the drums hit. I mainly wish that the music took a drastic turn at some point. I think that would have helped a lot as this sample loop grows a bit tiresome about halfway through the song.)

BIG LU tha Blu-I’d DeVille (The most interesting parts of the beat are all happening in the low end so you need headphones to catch it. In fact, I think the low end could stand to be louder in the mix. The drum pattern is ambitious but it gets too repetitive for me.)

BLACK MARKET ARTIST – (Really thin overall. Bare bones beat. This style can be freaked in a way that works, but in this instance the drum track and the one-bar piano line leave me wanting more.)

BEC ARS (Here’s a remix from Transylvania, Romania. I’m into this weird style but the overall mix is poor. The vocals AND the drums are buried under the music.)

BLANTHRAX (I like that it’s a halftime beat, which is different, but this beat is much too sparse overall.)

BROTHER JACOB (I like how the drum track develops throughout the song with a cool sample to boot. There are definite mixing problems and some of the samples seem to be in a different key than the main sample which causes some clashing.)

BUTTON PUSHER (The sound of each element in this remix is great, and it hits really well, but it gets too repetitive too soon.)

*COLIN BAILEY aka DRUMS OF DEATH (I believe this is the only remix we received that sped up the vocals, which works well sometimes but in this instance the lyrics sound unnaturally rushed. My verse in particular. I like how he recorded his own chorus for this song though. Also, all elements of the beat are played live. Much respect for that. I just wish everything was slowed down to a more comfortable pace for the vocals.)

DEEPSEA (Some volume issues here. The sample might be too choppy as well. My favorite part is during B. Dolan’s verse because there’s finally some low end in the beat, but it takes almost 3 minutes to get to that part.)

*DICK MANTIS (Nice to hear some scratching! Evil beat with a cool 808 style bass kick. This has an old school feel to it that I like a lot. This remix might rely too heavily on drum programming while everything else takes a back seat though.)

D.M.G. (Not a huge fan of these kind of samples. I like the soulfulness of it, but this is a bit too choppy for me.)

*DOC HOLLYWOOD (This is playful and fun. I like how there are open sections of the beat that allow the vocals breathe. To its detriment, some of the sounds have too much of a “stock” and cheesy feel. They poke out way too much in sections where they’d be better off masked somehow. Also, do I hear a nod to GZA in one of those synth lines or am I imagining things?)

*DYNAMO414 (This remix comes from Sweden. I love the sound of these drums. Love the simplicity overall. Good sample stabs.)

*FLAWED LOGIC (The somber vibe of the music works well. However, EQ-wise, I feel like the guitars are competing too much with the vocals. Something about it makes me feel like everything is in the same EQ range, even the drums. It’s possible my ears are tired at this point so I’m going to give this the benefit of the doubt as I enjoy the feel & music layers.)

GOLDEN S (Here’s a remix from Turkey. I’m not in love with the sound of this, but it’s an interesting sample to use. My main gripe is how the music and drums hardly ever change.)

*GOOD GOOSE – Interesting drum pattern. This is a different feel and style than what other producers attempted and it works well. I fault a lot of producers for being too repetitive with their remixes, but this one definitely benefits from the repetition. Dangerous waters to tread but it pays off.

GRAVY PASTE (Starts off so promising with the specialized chorus tweak. However, the beat lacks development. The main problem is how the vocals fall off beat from time to time. In fact, B’s verse starts off on the wrong part of the beat altogether. The very beginning and the very ending have good style though.)

GRAF (I like the use of samples on this. Cool groove. Not crazy about the drums but I like how the pattern switches up from time to time. My favorite thing here is bad ass baseline.)

GROSS BOY (Quirky and fun. Maybe too quirky and fun? Haha. I like it.)

*JAMES HANCOCK – Very nice, smooth groove. A head nodder. I like the music change for the chorus. I wish more people did that just to switch things up. Good attention was paid to details in almost all areas except for the drums, which get a bit too repetitive sounding about halfway through. The way they hit on the 1, 2, 3 & 4 beat of every bar makes me wish there was something else happening in the drum track. That’s being really nit-picky though.

JECHT RYE (I like how the music sounds in the beginning, but then it seems to get too busy. That might not be a problem if it was mixed better. The drums definitely get buried. I love the feel the music gives.)

JOSH KELLEY (Not sure why this is so low in volume, but I like all the synth lines. The vocals seem to be buried under the beat. Mainly I think this remix suffers from mixing issues but there are a lot of good elements.)

*JOURNEYMAN (Schizophrenic in style. I like it. Fun vocal manipulations. Not sure why this remix seems to dip in volume after the intro. Overall I enjoy the crazy feel.)

KROMULOS (I like that there are multiple layers, but the music is a bit all over the place and a lot of the samples seem to be in different keys. There is some significant clashing.)

*LEIF(kolt) – (Grimy bass synths which I like a lot, but I’m not too crazy about what’s happening with the high end synths. Good change ups happening throughout the song. The vocals were placed in front of the beat by a tiny tiny bit. I only notice that in certain sections of the song.)

LE PARASITE (This French producer has an amazing sound. Always crisp and solid. But like a lot of other remixes in this contest, I’m not entirely sure if there are enough builds or change-ups in the music to keep people interested for 4 minutes and 21 seconds. Maybe. It IS one of the best sounding remixes, that’s for sure.)

LODOUBLET (Starts off sounding like it’s going to smash hard but that doesn’t really end up happening. I like the hard rock feel but I just wish this was executed a bit better. Also, the vocals seem to get buried at times. )

MAGOWL (The drums sound a bit too choppy but I realllllly like the weird vocal sample. Creepy. Good stuff. I’m not sure if that’s enough to put this remix over the top though.)

*MARTIN KATSCAN (Martin went the industrial rock route with this remix. I enjoy the sound and I love how it gets even beefier in the chorus section. I wish there were some chord changes in the verses as each verse seems to have the same exact feel. With a song of this length it could definitely benefit from a detour of some sort, but even without that this remix still hits really hard.)

MIC TITAN (Nice sinister feel with some cool tonal things happening throughout. Might be a bit too monotonous but it’s great mood music.)

MSPK (The progression of this music is lovely. And the low end works well with the mood of the song. There is a volume dip during B’s verse which is an obvious mistake. I’m not crazy about the electronic drum sound or the pattern.)

MUDDY PUDDLES (There’s an abrasive, repetitive, chopped sample throughout the whole song which doesn’t change until B’s verse. Definitely not an enjoyable sound and it gives the vocals no room to breathe.)

NICOLAS WOJCZAK (This remix grabbed me right from the beginning but the music didn’t change AT ALL throughout the course of the song. Too bad. I love the synth line but the one bar repeated over and over gets tiring.)

PHISHH (a remix with punch. It’s got a cool industrial feel and some interesting vocal tweaks. I think it could have used more change ups in the music and drums as it doesn’t ever seem to build or culminate into anything too special, but overall I do like how this worked out.)

RICHARD CRANIUM (Synth heavy remix. Drums leave a lot to be desired but I like how the music changes up from verses to chorus.)

SARJAY999 (The cymbal ride that hits on every quarter note throughout the whole song & the cheap drum machine sound hinders my overall enjoyment of this remix. But I do enjoy the melody line and the base synth.)

*SHANE STREAM (I am a sucker for scratches, and the cuts in this remix are great. I also love the drum track. The music sample is cool too but it doesn’t match the mood of the song as well as other remixes I’ve heard.)

SONOFSAMSOUNDS (Ambitious style for sure, but it gets too busy too soon. The vocals seem buried and with everything else going on this song, it would probably benefit from a better mix.)

SORE WIGG (Not too busy, not too sparse, and the dark mood definitely fits the bill. Nothing too ambitious happening here, but I like that there are builds and change ups where they need to be.)

STUMBLE JUNKIE (This is Stumble Junkie’s first remix ever. Not a strong contender for the contest, but certainly not bad for a first remix. At least it’s on beat and attention was given to change-ups. We’re glad to have popped your cherry!)

*SOUNDSMITH THE PROGRAMMER (The drum pattern is a bit stiff but the feel of the music works well with it. Definitely like the feel of this. It’s “pretty” and that’s an unexpected direction to take this track in.)

*THEORY 77 (You can always expect an interesting remix from Theory 77. His use of scratches and meticulous attention to detail in the composition of his tracks is always impressive. His change ups in every single verse and chorus puts this remix on the top of my list.)

*TOMMY FOX – Hard hitting and rugged. Works really well in its simplicity. Love the drum sound and synths.

WOLFGANG (There are EQ issues and compression problems in the mix of this song, but I love the guitar line and the vocal sample. In fact, all elements of this remix are great. It just suffers from whatever compression/mastering program it was eventually run through. Or maybe the bass is mixed too high and it’s messing with everything else? Can’t call it.)


Right now I’m sitting here scratching my bald spot as I ponder what to put down here. First and foremost – THANK YOU! I can’t begin to tell you how much I appreciate the kind words and, quite honestly, overwhelming support I’ve had over the past few days. It’s been incredible. I woke up this morning, saw the news and was instantly reduced to a grinning and humbled puddle – which isn’t an inappropriate metaphor for a change.

As always, the level of competition was FIERCE to say the very least. It’s obvious that everyone worked ridiculously hard on this. Very intimidating. It reminds me of my DJ Battle days minus all the people wanting to punch me in the face. HUGE rah-spek to all who entered. Many, many thanks to all the nice folk who wrote super kind things on SFR, the forums and the SFR F***book page – even if some of you do sound completely insane! And of course to all at SFR itself.

I very nearly didn’t enter this one due to time issues – then at the last minute I realised that I’d submitted the wrong MP3! So yeah…glad indeed. The fact that someone at SFR spent the time to photoshop a picture of a dude crapping himself was the icing on the cake for me. Even though it unnervingly sort of looks like me twenty years ago!

I don’t know how much I’m supposed to write here so I’ll just keep going until Sage decides it’s time to get his edit on. Someone mentioned the “Beeped” line – that’s because drugs are naughty. I have spoken.

Huge thanks once again. Really. Free and massive hugs all round.
Lots of love, Mike xxxx
Theory 77


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Mike Kapski says

Im gonna vote for Theory 77. The fact that he rocked out his own chorus and the changing up of the samples for every verse. It has a real old school Anticon feel to it. Love it. Also really like James Hancock, Tom Fox, and Journeyman.

Tessa says

listened to all and most are typical or just plain repetitive. I personally found the one by grossboy really interesting with some unusual style. You seem to think quirky but really find it alternatively refreshing. Just fun with some robotic techno feel which is personally a nice change. Thanks for listening and remember to listen to all and vote for your fav not just the big boys fav.

GrossBoy says

I gotta say that I vote for Theory 77 as well... since I can't vote for myself haha. I put a lot into this, I hope people listen to all before making a choice. I really like Theory 77, but it sort of gets a tad repetitive with the offbeat keys, the second verse changes it up for sure, but I'm not sure if I like the chord progression. Still, great job everyone.

Alxandr Brown says

Thanks again guys for doing this. It was fun

James says

My vote has to go to Alxandr Brown and Cubbie Bear's rendition of "Bad Things".

Alxandr Brown says

Theory77 always has some dope shit

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Jess says

i really like the emotion the remix produced by WOLFGANG envoked. the beat really seems to mesh well with the lyrics and flow of the vocals.

Kromulos says

Theory 77 gets my a dope swing. Love the cuts. I would just vote for myself..but thats corny. lol.

Rachel says

BlackMarketArtist is my favorite beat over all. It fits well, and doesn't cover the lyrics. It's simple, but different. Sounds like real hip-hop.

will roark says

Soundsmith the Programmer, If Eligh isn't a huge influence of this guy I will kiss Sage's sweaty ass, This was my Favorite next to Tommy Fox

T-Lo says

I like a lot of these remixes for different reasons but the Shane Stream mix was so ill to me. Nice scratches, entertaining drums. Cheers

Aaron says

I say Blanthrax

Carter Fox says

I like Gross Boy and Magowl the most. Really different styles, but Mag reminds me of Damien Marley, which is DOPE!

Luis Ramirez says



Soundsmith the Programmer. Well done.

matt smith says

I gotta vote for Gross Boy, because it sounds like a creepy circus. I also really like MSPK's remix. I wish I had known about this contest earlier!

Stumble junkie says

Theory77 gets my vote for putting together his own hook. Also sick cuts.. Shits on my remix.. .

Swag says

I like gross boy's. its like 8 bit wonky hip hop, different then alot of the other remixes.

Dominic Ruiz says

Soundsmith the Programmer!!

mr. newton says

sore wigg gets my vote

Jgoods says

Flawed Logic gets my vote! Sounds great!

jivin music says

Soundsmith the programmer killin it!

Chris says

Alxandr Brown & Cubbiebear!

Rifle Eyes says

hands down Hancock!

Jeremy Lombardo says

Alxandr Brown and Cubbie Bear !!!!!!!

Ben Knight says

Theory77 made the only remix that pulled me in enough to listen to it all the way through. I also enjoyed it...very much.

Dan says

All James Hancock!

Nick Freamon says

Soundsmith The Programmer killed that shit!
In all seriousness.

Dan Henderson says

I vote for Phishh because its the rawest remxin on here!

Dan Henderson says

Its the Rawest remix for shure!

sueelise says

GOOD GOOSE. keeps it street with



DankBabe says

+1 grossboy.

Nick says

Dynamo414 for me ........really good mix

GrossBoy says

Thank you, everybody who has voted for me and listened. Thank you, Sage, for the lack of tips (I take it as something of a compliment :P).

Lucid Dreamcoasts says

I am going with Jecht Rye. Most definitely!

Stumble junkie says

Also really dug Alxandr Brown & Cubbiebear's beat. Loved the long build up and all the little tweaks and change ups.

Journeyman says

Theory 77 killed it with this track. Great sounding drums and samples, with lots of variation to keep us interested. Also enjoyed James Hancock with the bluesy, lone gunman feel. Other than a bit of mixing issues, was nodding my head to MagOwl. Really liked the moody feel. Great job everyone! Lot's a great music to rock out to. Thanks to Sage for taking the time to critique all our mixes. Much appreciated sir.

Sarah says


Bec Ars says

I'm gonna vote for JECHT RYE it's closer for my taste

ased says

colin bailey drums of death is the sickest

Cubbiebear says

Flawed Logic got my final vote. Love that remix. Easy to get lost in the sound. I like being consumed by it.

Theory 77 I loved the Screaming Jay Hawking sample. I've used so many of his screams it's crazy. Good job homie. Jam was on point.

Gross Boy your synths were really dope. Very diff from what I'm used to hearing. Not usually down with that style much but your remix made me rethink that. Very dope.

Theory 77 says

Thanks for the feedback and super kind words - very much appreciated!
I nearly didn't bother this time as I had soooooo much other stuff to do.
Glad I did. Always interesting and fun. Come say hi at Facebook if you like - many thanks once again. Good luck!

Aliso Tully says

Mic Titan! You have my vote! Shakespeare can't out wordsmith the Titan Man!

shazziblink says

My vote goes to James Hancock, LOVE the keyboard in the background.

LMR says

I vote for Le Parasite.

Mike says

Journeyman killed it. It jumped up and grabed my attention right out of the gate more than the others. The vocal effects were a great touch.

GrossBoy says

Thanks Cubbie, I didn't even like those synths when I went into making it, and then they started to work, so I stuck with it. I wanted to crank out 1 or 2 more remixes before the limit, but I just didn't. Everyone with a Soundcloud should add each other so we can all collab in the future! :D

Metermaids "Bad Things" Remix Contest | magOwl says

[...] you feel like voting you can do that here in the comments (where you can read short feedback on each track as well courtesy of Mr. Francis) [...]

Melowko says

And my vote goes to LE PARASITE!

Limbs says

Dynamo414 all day.

S4r4b34r says

Grossboy; guitar is so 2001;

Big Lu says

mad indecisive, here-- love that theory77 remix and gross boy's isht... BUT dubby bass lines n def synth styles leave Magowl stuck on jam!
overall, real happy to've taken part in contest; and, being that this's the first time i've entered a remix contest-- i appreciate all that i've learned from this 'un! and am ready to put heads to bed in upcomers (hope there to be some up coming contests, anyway!)!!!

to reiterate: MAGOWL's the woid this time!

OfferTheWolf says

Vote goes to the Tommy Fox remix.... I feel like it highlighted the mood of the vocals better than the rest, not over or under done. Great job everybody!

lindsey says

Sonofsam gets my vote!

sonofsamsounds says

well done to everyone, some ace cuts made.

also massive thanks to SFR, Metermaids, Sage Francis and B. Dolan for putting this together...i'm not sure i could sit through 60 versions of this track. it was bad enough listening to my own one over and over and over ; )

my vote goes to Theory 77.

Alex says

Jecht Rye

zz says


Javier says


Joseph says

I like Jecht Rye's remix a lot. It intensified the feel of the song, and as a result, augmented the delivery of the vocals.

Prolyphic says

Theory 77
James Hancock
Alexander and Cubbie

Karen says

Love Bryan Hyatts BAD THINGS REMIX it is very different, but real great to listen to. Lots of good beats etc and then to throw in the talking parts it just one of a kind, love it love it love it.

gerald from grocery says

sore wigg caught my attention not that the others didn't but I like the vibe on this and fits in nice.

Themi says

Jecht rye is the man of this

brokenloop says

Son of Sam for my vote.

Paula says

I vote for Button Pusher!!!!!

Nicole says

I vote for Gross Boy!

Jin says


Sam Cann says

Another Dope SFR remix by Theory 77!

gregg says

Theory77 gets my vote. Get the man a Strange Famous contract to sign.

Seraphim says

Theory 77 always.

ConsciousBliss says

Button Pusher get's my vote.

Saco'raisins says

Lots of great remixes, but Button Pusher's was original while keeping the to the tru hip hop vibe.

g-yo says


Bob says


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Mike says

I vote for Jecht Rye! Too dope!

Flossin says

Theory 77 did the best one. Good mixes all around, tho.

Dee says


Stevey G says


Kuru says

Jecht Rye!!!

Shi Zhang says


Mash says

Jecht Rye son. I like those syncopated bass steps.

Hoboesque says

And the track that burnt down the voting booth and smashed the ballot box? Theory77 it occupys the mind like a sea of tents on wall street

Bill Burgess says

Jecht Rye

MCGF says

james hancock

AllanBigg says


MCFoll0w says

A lot of good tracks here. I'm voting Jecht on this one, though. Great sound.

littleelfshark says


Jecht Rye says

Woah, what the hell? I just came in here and there's a bunch of Jecht Rye votes. I only posted the link up on Facebook yesterday but people usually just ignore that shit. Thanks for all the support!

Anyway, Google my name if you want to get in touch.


Maya Preston says


James J. says

I wanna vote for Jecht Rye.

Aidan says

I'm going for Jecht Rye. Lovin' the change in drum sounds, mixes it up. Really well put together. Nice bassy synth as well and good use of breaks keeps it from being repetitive. Well done

Aj33t says

I'm voting for mah nigga Jecht Rye.

Atlas says

I vote for Jecht Rye as well. I felt the music fit perfectly with the vocals and the feel of it was dope. Really well done too, great job man.

Erin HK says

My vote is for Doc Hollywood. Love it!

Deborah N says

Doc Hollywood!!!

Dan Thompson says

voting for BUTTONPUSHER here, thanks to all and to all good luck, but BUTTONPUSHER is the clear winner thanks, that's BP, aight, outta here

Tommy says

Theory 77 gets my vote. I like the arrangement, bouncy beats, and the cuts. You kept it interesting. Big thanks to SFR for your time and energy.

Jonathon Brown says

I vote for Button Pusher.

Noah says

Mic Titan all the way!

Karen says

chill, mellow, it!

Sandra Ruiz says

My vote goes to Doc Hollywood! Love it!

A.I. says

Tough toss up for between Magowl and Le Parasite. I really love the feel of Magowls beat but feel the Le Parasite joint works a bit better with the vocals. I'm going with Le Parasite.

frank chapeau says

Button Pusher has my vote

Dlams says

Le Parasite !!!

Radikalneutral says

My vote goes to phishh, he killed this!

straight jakitt says

THEORY 77 ************************

jesus christ that is AMAZING!!!!!!

i just read something in the forum and now ive seen it on hear too and i have to say it myself. why the hell dont you sign this guy????????
you know hes also an incredible rapper too right???
i normally dont like uk accents with rap but hes sick!

also to some of you. its really obvious when you vote for yourself over and over again. desperation strikes again!!!

some of the others are good too but mike ALWAYS kills it.
end of.

no-one says

Loads of good ones in here, but there's no denying it theory gets my vote hands down. And like some others have said before...SIGN THIS MAN!

jake says


Elle says

Theory 77. Every time. His talent shouldn't be overlooked; He's too good at what he does. And yes, he should totally be signed. says

theory 77 kills it on this remix!!, theory is a dope producer,dj and mc if you need proof check out his latest track "numb",as others have said sign this man!!!!

Kruskals says

I vote for Jecht Rye. yeeaah.

JP says

I vote forJecht Rye

greg says

vote for jecht rye

Jack says

vote for Jecht Rye

Danny Bayes says

I Vote For Jecht Rye

Theory 77 says

You people are clearly insane.
But thank you so, so much - unbelievable, humbling and bed-wettingly happy making.

Hugs all round.

Lynda says

My vote goes to Jecht Rye!!!

Co$tna says

Hollywood kills it.

Tommy says

Vote goes to jecht

Jimjam says

Jecht Rye for life!

jecht rye fan says

jecht rye is so good! i vote for jecht!

laurence says

Jecht Rye gets my vote.. epic

Wright says

James Hancock for sure!

handsome dave rocker says

im probably to late but i got a vote for theory 77, nice cuts cuts and changing it up keeps me waiting for that whats next, good work.

PeterHuyen says

All these beats sound tyyyyyte. Hope I am not too late man I like B Hyatt. All did a bad ass job though!!

Aden says

Gotta go w Button Pusher on this one.....banger for sure.

SpikeyJamez says

I vote for Good Goose remix. The production is nasty as f*ck.

Mamabear says

Mic Titan is holding it down!

Bec Ars says

Congratulations To the Winner!

GrossBoy says

Congrats Theory. Well deserved. I think someone should make a website so it's easier to keep up with these contests, like 'Art' or something. Again, thanks for everyone's support, and congrats to all those honorably mentioned.