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Sean Kingston vs. Rusko - "Fire Burning (Bionic Commando A+B by Baby Armie)"

Sean Kingston vs. Rusko

UPDATE (9/9): This somehow broke the Top 15 on Hype Machine. I'm pretty sure it peaked at #14 with 123 ♥s. Thanks for all the love, everyone.

I did a huge no-no when making this mash-up—I used vocals over the warbly bass parts. I know that's not proper dubstep etiquette, but I couldn't help myself:

• Vocal Source: Sean Kingston - "Fire Burning"
• Instrumental Source: Rusko - "Bionic Commando (Remix)"
Leave me a comment on Soundcloud, and I'll send you a 320 kbps version.

I also made a version for DJs without the machine gun sound at the end. Might make it easier for transitions. Get @ me if you want it.

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Reader Comments (6)

lol wut? rusko...plus sean kingston? sorry, but the vocals don't work at all for this. you're right, you did do a huge NO NO

September 6, 2009 | Unregistered Commentersomeone who cares

Haha "Someone who cares" is just a snobby purist. While I could see people sticking their nose up at the thought of Rusko and Kingston, the EXECUTION of this is perfect. If I didn't know the originals I would believe this to be the original version. A+ 5stars on this one hands down.

September 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterWOnk

Man, this is "dub-hop"...
Just wait till this style floods
hip hop dancefloors.. Maybe just a bit more of vocals..

September 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterLucid

Check out the "lil sean" karaoke game...so funny...


September 30, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKathy
i like this tune...oldy but goody...could i get a copy?
November 11, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterkyle
November 11, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterkyle

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