1870 Mag

The Mixtape Featuring Joonie Jong

For this month’s installment of The Mixtape, we went to the world of music majors and minors at Ohio State to get a taste of the music blasting in their headphones.

Queue one is a 10-song-playlist curated by music minor Joonie Jong, known by the stage name, “Drolym.” Jong is a junior at OSU majoring in marketing with a double minor in music media enterprise and fashion and retail studies. In between his classes, the California native spends his free time as an artist and producer in a student music group, “The Cold Collection,” and he is currently working on a project to be released later in the semester.


Antonym (featuring Darkoh) by Static Res

This song had a lot of firsts for The Cold Collection; I’m proud of it.

Jocelyn Flores by XXXTENTACION

X has some great potential to be the next great artist, and this is proof.

Hercules by Young Thug

Young Thug makes any song groove, and this is his best song.

What If by 96 Sins (SoundCloud only)

96 is a friend of mine and a musical genius; this is an example of the latter matter.

Pretty When You Cry by Lana Del Rey

Del Rey and her guitarist, Blake Lee, perfected the dark twisted theme of this song.

Breathe Me by Sia

Sia is the best female artist alive; this song captures the purest emotion possible.

M.a.a.d City by Kendrick Lamar

M.a.a.d. City is the greatest song of modern hip hop.

Only God Can Judge Me by 2Pac

This is the greatest song in 90’s hip-hop.

Sleep Apnea by Chevelle

This is perfect melodic hard rock song.

Dead Star by Muse

This is my favorite song from my favorite band.

On Que Featuring Race Bannon

A few songs Buckeye and music minor, Race Bradshaw, is jamming out to this month.

New Customers  by Soulja Boy

This one is on here to remind everyone that Soulja Boy is still making music in 2018, and I feel bad because the video only had 10k views. — Race Bannon

Learn How to Watch by Carnage (featuring Mac Miller & MadeinTYO)

On a globe-spanning quest for the thickest bass, what could be a better first stop than the legendary DJ Carnage, known around the world for his ability to make any 808 way more stronger. — Race Bannon

VISA by ryanjacob

I actually just like this beat. — Race Bannon

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