Flosstradamus Release Free "Fantasy" Remix, Play Mansion on April 13

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Yes, Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week are over.

But that doesn't mean the uhntz-uhntz is dead and gone.

On Friday, April 13, Mansion is bringing the party back with Flosstradamus. If

you didn't catch J2K and Autobot at last month's Fool's Gold showcase, don't miss this

chance to see the duo in action.

And make sure to bring your gangsta lean.

The Chi-Town tag-team specializes in high-energy dance tracks with hard

hip-hop backbones. Yeah, it's EDM. But it's the kind of EDM you listen to while

drinking your juice in the hood. It's also perfect for practicing your cooking

moves in the kitchen. This is top chef music.

Right now, J2K and Autobot are on fire. Their remix of Major Lazer's "Original Don" is so funky that it outshines the OG version. Plus, they just dropped a nasty update of Ludacris's classic "Fantasy" that'll blow your mind. It's available for free download. So make sure you cop that shit.

When the Flosstradamus dudes bring it, they bring it hard. So plan to go all night. But please don't shoot up the place. 'Cause some of those ladies might be having their baby. Or something.

Flosstradamus. Friday, April 13. Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $20 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-695-8411 or visit mansionmiami.com.

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