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Ezko – $truggle Rap$ Prod. Mxhajlov
On his newest release, Ezko teams up ,yet again, with producer Mxhajlov for another solid run. $truggle Rap$ got Ezko spazzing out while slightly touching several departments in life without losing the theme of the song. No hooks or silly refrains on this one, just straight out bars from start to finish.
Stealf – Sling Me Down (UK)
Producer, Stealf who is also One half of the duo Raw Product has something wonderful in store for those who enjoy that good ol’ drum driven, choppy sampling, break ridden gritty hip-hop instrumentals. An Ep to be precise and The first leak is the title track Sling me Down which gives us a taste of the sound of what to come from this bad man. The rumbling drums, obscure vocal snippets and thick basslines take the forefront on this one.
Brilliantly done if I may add.
Taken from the free instrumental EP SLing Me Down produced by Stealf.
Jeremiah Jae – The Heat
With the crazy degrees that the local weather is reporting here in the U.K., it only feels appropriate to broadcast Jeremiah Jae‘s latest visuals, which apply to his track ‘The Heat’. ‘The Heat’ is an example of my favourite type of Jae’s production – minimal processing, melodic samples, sumptuously simple. Of course, his connection with the mic is brought forth here as well. ‘The Heat’ comes from his mixtape Good Times, which is released via U.K.’s Warp Records. I also wonder if some of that stage footage is from his performance at London’s Koko venue. A lot of U.K. connections here!
Pharrell Williams – That Girl (DR.M∆D Remix) (Canada)
Well I just had to put this up for y’all to enjoy. This is some retro, mellow, head nodding, ATCQ swagged out remix by Montreal-based producer Dr Mad. I’m not really familiar with the original version of Pharrell’s song but this is thoroughly solid from top to bottom. Dr Mad is crazy for this.
Tune in and get down with the freshness
WIB Exclusive Interview with Deltron 3030
We talk about talk the music, record shopping, rocking with a live band, and much more. In the upcoming weeks, we will also have a one-hour spotlight / interview with Del, so stay tuned. You won’t want to miss it.
After the interview, I spin some great hip-hop tunes from 1995 all the way up to 2014. Can you tell which tracks are the oldie-but-goodies?
Jonwayne – No
Jonwayne is a real force at the moment and his momentum continues with ‘No’, part of a series, I suppose, called Wayniac Monday: ‘I’m going to be dropping a rap song every Monday until I don’t feel like it anymore.’ Reasonable. Hopefully he feels like it for a while to come because he has the most immense aura. The Stones Throw signee has his Cassette series out on vinyl soon, so check that out too.