DJ Chazz - The Changed-Up EP album FLAC
- Performer: DJ Chazz
- Title: The Changed-Up EP
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: DMF AIFF AUD AHX MOD AC3 MIDI
- Style: House, Latin
- MP3 album: 1306 mb
- FLAC album: 1744 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 478
Chazz Princeton, known as Jun Manjome (万丈目 (まんじょうめ) 準 (じゅん), Manjōme Jun) in the Japanese version, is an arrogant Duelist who serves as one of Jaden Yuki's rivals throughout the series. Chazz is considered Jaden's main rival in the same effect that Seto Kaiba is the rival of Yugi Muto. The two have Dueled one another a total of seven times throughout the seasons of the anime
666. 0. Chad Jones Reveals ‘Keep Up’ EP Cover & Tracklisting. 1. Problem ft Propaganda & Canon 2. I Know ft Foure 3. Long Walk Home ft Hayme Pearl 4. Hold Up ft Derek Minor & Roz.
Chazz it up" came out of nowhere, has no real meaning and only exists so they have something to throw in whenever Manjyoume uses his catchphrase. Honestly, it's one of the best examples of why English dubs are awful. I usually hate weaboos trying to explain why the Japanese names are infinitely better than the filthy, disgusting EU/US names. But this one's a exception. It's the first time I experience GX, and I have absolutely no fucking idea what "Chazz it up" is supposed to mean
Original beats - EP Album by DJ IGORSKEE, released 27 February 2016 1. 26 break 2. Nosleep break 3. So early 4. Lviv flavour 5. Ok - drum break 6. Synthtactics 7. Tired chill This beats is a result of being a part of and inspired by b-boy/hip-hop culture. It were made in period since 2014 till late 2015. com to read my story THANX FOR ALL WHO SUPPORTS! PEACE!
Sean Kingston & French Montana) 2. Booted Up (feat. Sean Kingston & Playboi Carti) 3. Honoroll (eat. Sean Kingston, Famous Dex & Lil Yachty) 4. Never Win (feat. Album Art: More on Genius. Day 1 EP " Track Info.
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|A1||Ahora (Club Mix)|
|A2||Ahora (Fiesta Mix)|
|B1||Change (Radio Trip)|
|B2||Change (Club Mix)|