Super french producer Kensaye providing the soundtrack for the end of the work day. This mix is definitely getting the brain fluid moving. Some of these tracks will definitely see their own features, but for now just sit back and vibe. Be sure to tune in this weekend for a special set featuring, yours truly. Much respect mi breddah, Bless up!
Last year BamaLoveSoul teamed up with producer Sam Champ to bring you one of the most celebrated remix albums on the net. Now they’re reconnecting to bring you the instrumentals from the remix EP plus two additional instrumentals. Look out for Sam to co-produce an album with Buscrates 16-Bit Ensemble due to be released early next year, as well as a solo project featuring a few MCs and vocalists. Also, I want to give special shout outs to DJ Rahdu and Dj Center for their involvement on the project, much respect!
Download the Remix EP HERE and get the instrumentals HERE
My Jamaican homie Tjani has made a wicked splash on the EDM scene over the past few months since his return to hometown, NYC. His good vibes and hard work has spread to some of the biggest names in the dance music scene and he is now reaping some of the benefits. This “Love in motion remix” is his first official release and to his credit, it became so popular/controversial in 24 hours that Youtube asked him to remove it due to copyright issues. I’m not sure what transpired, but somehow he was able to get it hosted LEGALLY on soundcloud! Support the project by downloading it, and play it loud! Bless up “DELLE“! :p
Wicked new reggae mix from Chicago based selector DJ G-sharp of the Tropical Storm Soundsystem. Featuring tracks from Taurus Riley, I-wayne, Sizzla, Beres and Jah Cure this mix definitely makes you want to jump on a plane to JA! Check out DJ G-Sharp at Angels & Kings every Monday and Mr. Brown’s Lounge (2301 W. Chicago) every Wed & Sat in Chicago. Bless up!
Excellent short film chronicling the history of the legendary Mr. Norman Jay and his Good Times sound system, one of the most beloved and revered in the UK. Norman discusses finding his initial inspiration in New York park jams and parties, the early struggles of dropping “soul boy” records at Notting Hill Carnival to a resistant reggae crowd, and the eventual triumph of GT rare groove warehouse parties. Well, 30 years later MBE presents Good Times 30, an anniversary complation release, now available courtesy Strut Records. Celebrate the party and DJ that changed the face of the Notting Hill Carnival, which became a summertime fixture at festivals worldwide. Bless up!