Lancecape has taken it back to the classic samples used in a lot of his favorite Hip Hop songs. Instead of taking the straight loop, Lancecape found pride in chopping up the samples to give it more of a new school feel. It is a dirty, dusty Hip Hop project from front to back. Heavy drums, accompanied by precise sample chops makes this project very innovative and original. Any true Hip Hop fan will gravitate to these instrumentals. Lancecape is also trying to educate the younger generation, that may not know about the classic groups from the mid-nineties that helped mold this genre of music into what it is known as today… HIP HOP!
I always dig watching producers compose a dope beat, from starting with a drum kit to live instrumentation and everything in between. Here’s a look into how the homies Decap and Brady Watt make a banger. Check it out.
Diggin this from U.K. producer Graf Cratedigger. Check it out.
Queen Size records presents the long-awaited vinyl version of Graf Cratedigger’s debut album “12 Beats sound vol 1.7”.
Graf Cratedigger – cratedigger, producer, one of the voices of the Rewers Internet Radio, fan of hip-hop culture. Those deep in the game call him a “young dude with an old soul”. The owner of a characteristic 12-beat style. Chopped and slowed samples and hard drums: that’s his trademark. Devoted to the golden era tradition and the art of sampling, but not afraid to use VSTI after making the sound raw and dirty.
Man I’m diggin this from the homie BMBU. Perfect for Sunday listening. Check it out.
John Michael Alsace (born 1989 in Santiago, Dominican Republic), aka Bmbu, is an American Hip-Hop Producer.
At the age of 13, John started out producing with a longtime friend Logan Yuzna, whom he had met in Barcelona, Spain. Two years later in 2006, John soon moved to Santiago, Chile where he finished High School.
In 2008 he enrolled at Drexel University’s as a Music Industry major, and has since grown into a very promising producer in the Philadelphia underground scene.
Bmbu is also one half of the production team “BmbuWEST” with Philadelphia producer Cory “Fortune West” Wilson, and they are planning on putting out a new EP in May of 2013 .
He released two free solo 7-track instrumental EP’s in 2012, and another was just released in May of 2013.
We have here an instrumental album from The Procussions. Check it out.
The Procussions released their album, “5 Sparrows for 2 Cents” on Rawkus Records, as the first group signed to their reemergence. This album featured two major singles, “Miss January” feat. Talib Kweli and “Little People”- which just recently got re-popular following it’s airing on Spike TV’s, “Blue Mountain State”. Yes, 6 years later “Little People” is just now getting major shine- with almost 600K youtube listens in the last year.
Starting to clear out the inbox, here’s another joint I missed these past few days from producer Khaderbai. Check it out.
This track has not been released so far and thus is now presented exclusively in the ongoing guetsli-project. guetsli (swiss german for ‘cookie’) is a holding center for a variety of projects, which have been published in compilations or alongside official releases and gathered here in order to complement the khaderbai catalogue. Because of its perpetual nature, various tracks are annexed from time to time.
Inner Loop Media Group’s Casito delFresco releases his new Blaxploitation inspired mixtape Black. Casito describes the 23-track project as an “instrumental movie” infusing 70′s funk and soul with the 808 bounce of current Hip Hop. Black is the perfect is project to turn on, sit back and vibe out.