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Smooth Waves Music Presents: Our Favorite Songs Of 2014

To close out 2014, here is a playlist of all our favorites tracks from this year. It has been an up and down year overall but here are the standouts. Make sure to play this at all your New Years Eve Festivities tonight!

Compiled by Jesse Wiles & Erik Lindberg

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OVO: OB OBRIEN Ft. P. Reign and Drake- “Schemin’ Up”

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First off, this sounds like EVERYTHING that OVO ever drops. Drake has surrounded himself with a list of boring artists that allow him to shine on every track. This is OB Obrien’s song but no one is going to call it that. OVO could be the most successful and, at the same time, unimaginative collective in music right now. But hey, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.

That being said, OB Obrien, P. Reign and Drake do their thing on this one. Listen to it now before it blows up and you hear it everywhere. Because that’s what’s gonna happen.

Written by Jesse Wiles

Smooth Waves Mix Volume 6!

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Get ready to continue the Summer with out brand new mix! A great mix of old and new tunes sure to keep you going throughout your week! Be sure to check the full track listing down low!

1. OB O’Brien- “Hazelton Trump”
2. Mac Miller Featuring Rick Ross- “Insomniak”
3. Ginuwine- “Pony”
4. Michael Jackson- “Chicago (Xscape Mix)”
5. IamSu!- “Hipster Girls”
6.Mike Jones- “Back Then”
7. Cam’Ron & A-Trak- “Dipsh*ts”
8. Lil’ Wayne- “D’usse”
9. Ab-Soul Featuring School Boy Q & Mac Miller
10. A$AP MOB- “Hella Hoes”
11. Wiz Khalifa- “Foreign”
12. D.W.- “Boss Up Den Flex”
(In between- Lana Del Rey- “West Coast”)
13. Drake- “0 to 100”
14. Snoop Dogg- Who Am I? (What’s My Name?)

From Degrassi to The Booth: Listen to OB OBRIEN and Drake’s Latest Effort “2 On/ Thotful”

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OB Obrien has been with Drizzy since the Degrassi days, NO NEW FRIENDS for real, and has been in a handful of Drake’s videos, such as “HYFR”“Started From the Bottom”, and “Worst Behavior”. The mixture of Obrien’s stoner rap and Drake’s flawless chorus go together perfectly, which comes as no surprise to us. Check it out below.