The homie Signif dropped a remix package from her latest project, Significant Wizdom II: Atypical, and it’s pretty fly to say the least. All of the remixers on here got busy (yea, I still say ‘got busy’) but Nameless put his whole foot in this hoe. Damn. Be sure to catch Signif at SXSW if you’re gonna be heading out that way on March 14th at Dive Bar and Lounge [...]
If you produce hip hop music, more than likely you’re influenced by this guy. And if not, start studying no matter what type of hip hop you make. This list started out as my favourite Pete Rock remixes but I got distracted due to my short attention span and turned it into my favourite Pete Rock beats. It was hard picking just 5 seeing that this man’s catalog is deeper [...]
The Jay Dee Pause Remix Suite by BamaLoveSoul To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the album that changed my life, Jay Dee’s Welcome 2 Detroit, BamaLoveSoul pays homage with a compilation of remixes to ‘Pause’. Enjoy!
Ahmed Sirour (you know the dude that kicked my ass in the Eric Roberson remix competition) is at it again. This time he has put his spin on a John Legend / Roots song and managed to make it sound better than the original (sorry ?uest). What caught my ear immediately is the incredible orchestral arrangement along with the catchy key riff running throughout the song. Ahmed has definitely outdone [...]
XXXO Remix (Dirty)(Produced by Rieces Pieces) by Rieces Pieces Looks like a bunch of M.I.A. remixes leaked today but no need to worry my nerds. This version is the only one you need in your life. Produced by my production brother from another mother and laced with a new verse from Jay Hova the God m.c., this is far better than the original I posted a couple weeks ago IMO. [...]
Pretty stank remix (unofficial) I did for N’Dambi’s ‘World Is A Beat‘ off of her Pink Elephant album. I had fun putting this together with the homie Tim. If you need a drummer for your project, hit him up…..he’s sick. p.s. Look out for our project coming soon….just putting some final touches on it.
It’s like De La meets Daft Punk….kinda
I heard this at a bar this past weekend and had to look it up. What I thought was an Estelle dub plate is actually a remix with an artist by the name of Brisa Roche on the vocals. Although I’m not a huge fan of the singer, I must say this is a wicked riddim. Bost & Bim (representin’ France) did an excellent job capturing a Studio 1 vibe [...]