An audio recording that is a composite of samples from other recordings, usually from different musical styles.(noun)
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Use "mash-up" in a sentence
"Point being, The Smurfs can take solace that it somewhat over-performed this weekend, while the Jon Favreau genre mash-up may go down as one of the bigger whiffs of the summer season."
"Powerful, world-changing ideas were exchanged during the 2011 Nexus Global Youth Summit, simply from the "mash-up" of young and eager philanthropists and social entrepreneurs who want to change the world."
"The ambitious network correspondent sleeping with the president's husband is a mash-up of all those hot White House newsbabes."