My Itunes was on shuffle all evening and a few songs popped up that had really gotten buried in my collection of tunes. One I had to playback and that definitely carries some good old school memories with it is June, by Copywrite and RJD2. RJD2 and Copywrite were both huge influences in the style of music I was listening to growing up, and to this day their tunes have still not been played out. June is a long song and carries some heavy energy with it. Enjoy the build ups and break downs of this classic hip-hop track.
Damn this tune just needs a post, Its way too tough not to share. It’s been up for about a month on Lost’s soundcloud, and man is it a stinkah. The mix of Wiz’s vocals, over top the combined production of the two is just so perfectly heavy.
I saw Lost posting on twitter about how they wont ever be able to release it, so hopefully we’ll be blessed with a free 320 of it! Fingers crossed, we’ll keep you posted.
UPDATE: Here’s the link to a free 320 of the tune: http://bit.ly/SBQsbI
This is one of those EP’s that you go through, and you just wait for that one tune that you aren’t quite as into as the others, and you never hit it. Every single track off Original Sin’s latest release, which is available now, seriously blew me away. They maintain his traditionally loud, jump-up, style of DnB, while exploring new more melodic aspects with the track Soul Food. If you are attending any DnB shows in the next little bit, expect to hear these. There are a lot of other posts I need to do, so I’m keeping this one short, but check the previews below and grab the EP now on any of the ‘EDM’ sites.
Golly I really need to start posting more, got way too many tunes to share with you folks. Anyways, it’s likely that many of you have heard this tune, since it went straight to the top of the charts when it was release a couple weeks ago. Sub Zero’s absolutely immense remix of Danny Byrd’s latest, Blaze The Fire, has been getting plays by almost all of the biggest names in the DnB scene. Crissy Criss has dropped it several times on his show, and of course all the other DJ’s out there haven’t stopped playing it either. This tune really reminds me of the pounding basslines of some of Sub Zero’s other tracks like, one of my personal favorites, Your Flex, but it also brings the upbeat vocals of General Levy. Gotta get back to the homework grind, but make sure you grab this one ASAP. Big up big up big up Sub Zero.