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BPM Supreme Presents DJ Carisma’s Very First Street Heat!

Charts, News | Mar 11, 2016   

BPM Supreme Presents DJ Carisma’s Very First Street Heat!

As our team at BPM Supreme continues to grow we cannot be happier about bringing on someone who we have admired in the industry for years. Our newest member of the BPM Supreme crew, DJ Carisma, is someone we are truly honored to have apart of our continuously growing team. Over the years Carisma has proven to be not only one of the most talented DJ’s in the industry, but a staple in West Coast Hip-Hop. To us Carisma is more than just someone who spins records, but someone who is a pioneer in music, constantly introducing us to the newest up and comers, giving independent artists that we all love a time to shine. You can thank her for introducing you to artists such as Tinashe, DJ Mustard, YG, Dej Loaf, Ty Dolla $ign, and Tory Lanez… just to name a few.

Even Forbes Magazine caught wind of Carisma’s influence and honored her for the way she has redefined radio, bringing West Coast hip-hop back on the map. Winning Female DJ of the Year at the 2015 Global Spin Awards, Carisma has only just begun to make her mark in the scene.

BPM Supreme will be introducing Street Heat with DJ Carisma featuring 5 trending songs in hip-hop. Each week these tracks will be hand selected by top DJ’s across the country, that they are currently spinning in their sets. This way you guys can keep up with what’s trending across the country.

Check out this week’s Street Heat with DJ Carisma and grab all these tracks now at BPMSupreme.com.

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Tracklist:

1. YG “I Wanna A Benz” Feat. Nipsey & 50 Cent
2. Kodak Black “SKRT”
3. Rihanna “Sex With Me”
4. TK N Cash “3 X In A Row”
5. DJ Carisma “Til The Morning” Feat. Chris Brown & Dej Loaf


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