Some new dope from the homie Keor Meteor. Check it out.
Diggin this from J-Zone. Check it out.
Enter the world of J-Zone, one of Hip Hop’s most underrated and slept on rappers and producers. The Iconic NYC native earned his stripes as a veteran producer and MC with a string of critically acclaimed albums a la the late 90′s-2000′s.
J-Zone’s talent spans borders! As a writer, producer, MC, and now Drummer J-Zone has earned himself a cult following that deserves nothing less than full attention.
The Drum Broker is proud to introduce a special treat, J-Zone’s ‘Lunch Breaks’, a compilation of original and familiar drum breaks performed and recorded by J-Zone.
This break record/album is a must have for any drum aficionado, beatmaker, producer, or J-Zone fan. These are must have drums!
‘Lunch’ Breaks features:
31 Breaks – performed and recorded by J-Zone in 16-Bit/44.1kHz WAV Format
Analog Flavor – Recorded using analog gear to tape
Vintage Feel – 60′s Overhead & Kick Drum Drum Mic’ing techniques for vintage feel
Compatible with all DAW’s & Drum Machines
Some dope instrumentals in here from The Beatfonics Crew. Check it out.
The Beatfonics Crew is a project deeply rooted with Hip Hop, and with this work they want to go back there. Back in the days it was all about digging, sampling, making it sound in the “right” way…no matter if it was coming from the east or from the west. The Beatfonics Crew is payin’ homage to 90′s Hiphop tryin’ to re-interpret those vibes. 23 beats full of quotes and references to those classic sounds will let you trip through a decade of records and unbelievable masterpieces of the beatmaking art.
San Diego producer Kahlil Brandon drops a new beat tape. I dig it. Check it out.
Kahlil Brandon premiers his latest beat tape “Uptown Players.” The project features a soulful sound dipped in luxury. “Uptown Players” plays seamlessly boasting a dope variety of colorful sample selections. The San Diego based producer kicks the year off with plenty of chill vibes.
Saw this on Kay Flow’s FB, thought I’d share it. Check it out.
February 7th was the date of birth of one Hip-Hop’s most prolific producers – J. Dilla. His talent, work ethic, and life story are of immense inspiration to me in my quest to leave a mark on this world, one soul chop at a time.
To commemorate, I’ve selected the samples used on my favourite 12 Dilla beats, and reworked them in my own way. Dilla contributed to much great music, often times without us even being aware he was the man behind the classic. A go-to producer for Common, Busta, Tribe, SV, who worked with the likes of Badu, Guru, Madlib, D’Angelo, Pharoahe, Pharcyde, De La Soul, and countless others.
A brilliant mind which was taken away much too fast. May his legacy live on with his timeless music.
The Dilla Tape – My humble attempt to honour the greatest to do it.
Rest in Beats.
Well, if you’ve followed the blog long enough, you’ll know that Curtiss King not only raps but he’s a pretty damn good producer too, i.e. the EP he just dropped with Murs titled Shut Your Trap. Here we have a free beat he’s letting loose, emcee’s feel free to send me some joints using this bad boy right here. Check it out.