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mixtape

or mix tape

[ miks-teyp ]
/ ˈmɪksˌteɪp /
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noun Music.
a recording on a cassette tape, CD, or digital medium, consisting of music or songs selected by a single person: My boyfriend made me the greatest mixtape for my birthday.
such a recording consisting of music or songs personally selected by the artist, usually a hip-hop artist: His mixtape from a live performance helped propel him to stardom.
a recording consisting of blended or recombined tracks, or a series of tracks with smooth transitions, especially one created by a DJ.
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Origin of mixtape

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British Dictionary definitions for mixtape

mix tape

noun
a collection of songs or tunes by different performers, selected by an individual and recorded on an audio tape, compact disc, etc
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