Any Jurassic Park fans out there? Check out Dobby Stones‘ take on the closing theme.
Keep an eye out for The Love Tape, coming this summer
Just started listening to this and it’s crazy.
Such a great take on a classic track that would in most cases be a pointless effort to remix. Being a hip hop legend, DOOM knows how to rework it, and make it something different from the original but not a disappointment. I wish he did remixes of more classic tracks, but I also wish I could speak every language on earth.
A few months ago, I posted about some up-and-coming artist from San Antonio, SPZRKT. While clearly influenced by the likes of The Weeknd and Frank Ocean, SPZRKT has his own, unique sound, and as I hear more of his music, he seems determined to only further differentiate himself. “Middle of Things, Beautiful Wife”, is a beautiful track that reminds me of Ocean’s “Lost” but with some more edge. Produced by dope beat-maker, Sango and remixed by Stwo, the beat is incredibly dynamic and driven. This track is unreal, as it combines a talented voice with an already beautiful beat, and remixes it all into one masterpiece. Enjoy.
To put it quite simply, this is the greatest song ever. So my Nujabes history isn’t as spot on as other producers, so correct me if I’m wrong, but from what I’ve found it seems as though Uyama Hiroto is credited with the remix, so Nujabes doesn’t really deserve production credits, unless you realize that Hiroto remixed according to Cise‘s lyrics, which were originally designed for Nujabes’ production, so when you examine the tower of contingency:
Uyama Hiroto’s Remix
Cise Star’s Verses
– you can accredit the whole thing to Nujabes.
Here’s the original:
Here is the next edit in Star Slinger‘s Christmas gift to us all. This time he changes up the track “Smooth Operator” by Sade. The vocal chops and simplified dance drums turn this into a very chill-able lounge track, or smooth dance track – depending on how you’re feeling. Check out his other edits below.
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Having recently listened to Owl Pharaoh, anytime I see Travi$ Scott‘s name I get excited. I heard him on the XXL Freshman class cypher, the first time I saw that dude and he was impressive, even though it was a recycled verse off of his mixtape. His production is so raw, and he gets credits on this banger along with Chi-town bumper Young Chop, No ID & KeY Wane.
Hope you’ve got bass boy.
Pretty fresh, innit? It’s not every day that you get a mix of classic, smooth hip-hop heartily remixed like this.