Stream and Download More Than 35 of the Best Mixtapes of 2014 (Mixtapes)

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2014 was a year of incredibly diverse mixtape offerings. There were amazing blend projects like Yasiin Gaye which combined Mos and Marvin, beat-jacking tapes like Jon Connor’s amazing takeover of Kanye West tracks, albums in disguise like Travi$ Scott’s Days Before Rodeo, remix wonders like Soul Cookin’s complete re-imagination of Nas’ Illmatic and far out projects like Murs’ trapped out Shut Your Trap mixtape. As usual, Curren$y took home the crown of the hardest working man in the mixtape game with a whopping six releases in 2014, and relative newcomers like Jean Deaux wowed with brand new sounds. All in all, while the year did not yield a ton of projects, the quality was plentiful. Stream and download (in most cases) the best of the best, over 35 mixtapes, below.

Click on the album covers below to listen to each mixtape.