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Redefinition Records x DJPremierBlog Contest teamed up with Redefinition Records ( for the first of many contests to come.  We have one prize to offer to the first person who correctly answers the below question.


Yes, real vinyl… of Damu the Fudgemunk, the person who made a lot of hip hop fans because of his 90s style of beats, still pressing up vinyl and still playing at parks. Y Society is his group. The collector items are:

– How It Should Sound Vol. 1 (LP)

– How It Should Sound Vol. 2 (LP)

– Bonus Prize: Y Society – Travel At Your Own Pace (Instrumentals) (LP)


The first person to post the correct answer in the comments section wins the contest. The winner does not need to list all of the songs but if he or she does, we can give a bonus prize to that person.  NOTE:  Please give out a valid email address.  Also, only one entry per IP address. ALSO NOTE: Your comments will be hold back until the right answer is given. So you can later check if you were wrong or not on time, everything is correctly hold back. Here is the question:

How many DJ Premier produced songs were used for scratches on Y Society’s debut LP, Travel At Your Own Pace?

I warn you, there’s a tricky one! Test your Premo skills right now.

Up for grabs: a bunch of records produced by Damu (of Y Society) including his latest album How It Should Sound V1&2. Support this man who always give his best to pleasure our ears:

How It Should Sound Vol 1 vinyl
How It Should Sound Vol 2 vinyl
How It Should Sound Vol 1&2 CD
Travel At Your Own Pace – Instrumentals vinyl
Travel At Your Own Pace – Instrumentals CD

Previously: Damu The Fudgemunk – How It Should Sound

UPDATE: Somebody already gave the right number (he’s gonna have his mail soon) and won, BUT nobody gave up the right tracks yet. Some are very very close, SO the bonus prize is still available to win!!! AND ANOTHER UPDATE: ANY IP ADDRESS CAN NOW RETRY!! GO!!

The Game: “I’m Going In With Premier First On My Next Album”

The Game talks some respectful words for DJ Premier. And believe me, he isn’t lying, he really wants Premo. He even holla at me with his phone number to get that joint finished before R.E.D. I forwarded it to Preems managers if you wonder.

WEDNESDAY CLASSICS: WBLS Thunder Storm Radio Show (04/08/1994)

These are the tracks that made the 90s that excellent. Enjoy!