When De La Soul recently gave away, for free, their entire back catalogue as a promotional tool for releasing a new album it got me thinking about samples…
Most people that like hip-hop like Biggie Smalls. AfroQBen comes with a really nice Biggie remake “Hypnotize Me.”
The first time I heard “Only the Strong Survive” by DJ Krush and C.L. Smooth, I was blown away. It just sounded so different from the other hip-hop I was listening to at the time.
Paul McCartney‘s “Wonderful Christmastime” either evokes fond memories around this time of year or feels like a dagger of repetition in your head as it soundtracks your shopping battles in your local mall. Here are two flips of McCartney’s yule tune that give it a fresh feel.
Download: Qdup & AGFA remix Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]“
Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]“ gets the remix treatment from Qdup & All Good Funk Alliance.
Living Social demanded the beloved Fatback experience of an unhinged funk-drenched house party scaled up to a 5000-person level.
I guess I’m feel nostalgic, but Del tha Funkee Homosapien was a favorite back in my youth. “Why Ya Want to Get Funkee” sounds just as good today as it did back in the day!
Australia’s DJ Agent 86 made a really nice cut of using some De La Soul called “Saturday Vibrations,” making for a nice, DJ-friendly dance tune that any old school hip-hop fan will enjoy.
DJ D-Mac & DJ Stereo Faith spin heavy grooves at Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar this Friday.
Perth, Australia producer Regan Mathews—most commonly known as Ta-Ku—released a second volume of his “Re-Twerk” series. “Electr(on)ic Relaxation” is a clever take on an old A Tribe Called Quest track, “Electric Relaxation.”