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BeatPete & DJ Shakedown - BeatDown - The Mixtape 2012
Jazzy Hip Hop - Offbeats - Downbeats
SIDE A - Jazzy Hip Hop & Beats - BeatPete Tracks from: 1. Intro - The Future Of Jazz
2. Suff Daddy - Intro 3. Elaquent - My Apologies 4. Chief - F.I.L. Revisted 5. Green Butter - Cruise Early 6. Five Deez - What Happen's - RMX 7. Brenk - Movie Scene 8. Quasimoto - Jazz Cats Pt. 1 9. Jazz Interlude 10. Kalhex - Bonus Beat 11. Jazz Liberatorz & Raashan Ahmad - Cool Down 12. Dela & BLU - WhatUWanna - LP RMX 13. DJ Spinna - Capitol 14. K-Def - Urbiank 15. Soul Square - That Swing 16. Diverse - Jus' Biz 17. Fat Jon - Surrection 18. Beat Conductor - Mindtouch 19. Outro
SIDE B - Downbeats & Hip Hop - DJ Shakedown Tracks from: 1. The Opus - Whirlwind - Gaurdian Skratches by Shake 2. Crush Delight - Where Ya At? 3. Seven Starr - The Truth (over Crush Delight beat) 4. Dj Cam - Summer Madness 5. Kelli Sae - Daydreamin' (over Summer Madness beat) 6. Dj Cam - Free Your Turntable & Your Scratch Will Follow 7. Sade - Love Is Stronger Than Pride 8. n8e feat. Jon B. - Tread Lightly 9. Emancipator - Black Lake 10. The Gorillaz feat. Little Dragon - Empire Ants 11. Cut Chemist - The Garden
EXILE & BLU - Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them - LP
Blu & Exile, last seen collaborating on 2007′s great Below The Heavens, have another full release in the works.
Californian rapper Blu made waves around the middle of the last decade with a set of highly assured and thoughtful underground releases. He’s worked with Mainframe as Johnson&Johnson, and signed to (and subsequently departed from) Warner Bros. Producer/rapper Exile, meanwhile, has been around the block for a minute. In a former life, he recorded with Aloe Blacc as Emanon back in the mid 1990s. Following on from 2006′s Dirty Science LP, he’s somewhat reinvented himself as a semi-experimental beat explorer: 2010′s Radio AM/FM, for example, was a wonderful piece of bricolage cobbled together from radio recordings.
New album Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them originally leaked online at the tail end of last year, but vanished from view without much fanfare. According toPrefix, the album is now set to get an official release in September. The LP – originally recorded in 2009 – will be augmented by new material, and will be freshly mixed and mastered. Expect an album of lush, swoonsome and bright-eyed hip-hop. The pair also have an EP on the way on July 24, titled Maybe One Day.