It is five vinyl tracks all produced by Logophobia and rap is done by Prop Dylan. Style vary between
the songs from hardcore, ragga-hop to soul-bap. Afu-Ra features on one track called Jah Jah which
has a more ragga tone to it but still hiphop. On the hardcore track: Crowdpleaser we’ve invited the
Scandinavian DMC Champ DJ ALX to lay the finishing cuts. The album cover is done by legendary
Exclusive shit, exclusive shit. It’s been a minute since we heard any new material from Afu-Ra. From the Swedish artists Prop Dylan & Logophobia upcoming vinyl ep “The Works”. Support the indie artists who still burn wax! Straight from Europe. First Afu-Ra next DJ Premier. Prop Dylan knows! Enjoy:
When the east is in the house, lawsuit. A 2007 album by ‘Clef reportedly lifted from the ’96 classic, and it’ll take big money to make it right.
Brooklyn duo Blahzay Blahzay made a Hip Hop classic in 1996’s “Danger.” The P.F. Cuttin-produced New York anthem featured the sharp cut-in vocals of Jeru The Damaja, Q-Tip and Ol’ Dirty Bastard, with an equally popular remix by Gang Starr’s DJ Premier.
Now, the duo of P.F. Cuttin and MC Out Loud are suing another east coast emcee/producer for using their own creation. Wyclef Jean sampled “Danger” on his 2007 song “Welcome To The East,” from Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant. According to TMZ.com, Blahzay Blahzay is suing for $2,000,000 as they claim that Jean and his management used the song without songwriting credits, and reportedly have ignored previous threats of legal action.
Wyclef Jean has been called out over sampling issues previously. In 2004, legendary producer Diamond D reported that Jean never cleared the Cymande “Dove” sample used on the title track from The Fugees’ The Score, forcing the producer to forfeit credit to the credit on the multi-platinum album.
Blahzay Blahzay has not released an album since their debut, Blah, Blah, Blah. Cuttin has since produced for Sean Price, Masta Killa and Thirstin Howl III. Next month, Wyclef Jean is expected to release an EP, If I Were President on Columbia/Sony Records.
Ter gelegenheid van ‘Premier Changed My Life’ heeft Hussein Suleiman samen met Terrence Loos een aantal Nederlandse producers geïnterviewd. Onder andere FS Green en SirOJ legden uit hoe DJ Premier hun leven voorgoed veranderde.
De tickets voor deze unieke avond zijn nu verkijgbaar via sugarfactory.nl , café de Duivel in Amsterdam en Gorilli Concept Store in Rotterdam. De kaarten kosten 15 EURO. De deuren gaan open om 19.30 en de show begint 20.00. Sugar Factory is gevestigd op de Lijnbaansgracht 238 te Amsterdam.
Well known Dutch hip hop producers talk about DJ Premier. Props to Hussein Suleiman and everybody of Daily Paper for their phat work…
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