2Pac vs. Banks - Thugz Drowning (Carlos Serrano Mix)

Infamous mashup producer Carlos Serrano has emerged with a new mixture that’ll get fans buzzing

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Infamous mashup producer Carlos Serrano has emerged with a new mixture that’ll get fans buzzing real quick. The latest release, “Thugz Drowning,” is a mix of Tupac’s “Thugz Mansion” along with rising LA songstress Banks and her song “Drowning.” The result is a smooth, somber rendition that feels emotive and slightly dark. According to Serrano’s Facebook page, the artist is about to drop a lot of new material so this new release is just a tease of what’s to come. Check out the track here and share your thoughts.

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