Best The White Panda Songs of All Time – Top 10 Tracks
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The White Panda formed when two boyhood friends discovered they had independently embarked on mashup careers in college.
Without further ado, here are The White Panda top 10 tracks of all time:
1. Umbrella - The White Panda Remix
The White Panda, Ember Island
2. High Hopes - White Panda Remix
3. Blood On The Dance Floor X Dangerous (The White Panda Mash-Up)
Michael Jackson, The White Panda
4. Mother's Daughter - White Panda Remix
5. LIKE I WOULD - The White Panda Remix
ZAYN, The White Panda
6. Hands On Me (feat. Loote)
The White Panda, Loote
7. How Good We Got It
The White Panda, Caye
8. JEKYLL & HIDE - White Panda Remix
Bishop Briggs, The White Panda
9. Trust Fund Baby - The White Panda Remix
Why Don't We, The White Panda
10. Shut Up and Dance - White Panda Remix
WALK THE MOON, The White Panda
The White Panda Details
The White Panda formed when two boyhood friends discovered they had independently embarked on mashup careers in college. Chicago-based Procrast (Tom Evans) first blended Rick Astley snippets with 2 Live Crew grooves as a way to avoid productive activity in 2008, while DJ Griffi (Dan Griffith) embarked on the same mission, for a similar purpose, in L.A. Their combined effort, the White Panda, launched in 2009 with a single that topped internet radio charts days later.
Their first free album, “Versus”, slipped onto stereos just before 2010 dawned. Critics lauded the guys as pure sonic collagists for accelerating the reverberating nature of contemporary pop music. By harnessing the sounds of the moment before they become everyday tunes, the White Panda changed—and changes—the way listeners grasp the musical landscape.
Since, the duo has produced “Rematch”, a critically acclaimed compilation released July 2, 2010 while touring North America with artists like Wale, Mike Posner, Flo-Rida, Ghostland Observatory, Chiddy Bang, Mac Miller, Sam Adams and more. Recently, DJ Griffi joined Procrast in Chicago to complete a third album, “Pandamonium”, which debuted on March 1, 2011.