Features exclusive multi-tracks + excerpts from the upcoming Slimkid3 and DJ Nu-Mark LP.
In an age of slammin’ superhero crossovers, get ready for a Hip-Hop team-up to beat them all: Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark! With the Delicious Vinyl release of their album-length eponymous collaboration, the legendary Pharcyde MC and Jurassic 5 DJ/producer have created a soulful Hip-Hop soundtrack for the ages.
Ever since his time as a founding member of The Pharcyde, Slimkid3 has stood out for his relationship
raps, both warm-hearted and coolly observant. As an innovative member Jurassic 5, DJ Nu-Mark has long propelled golden era sounds into the future.
"Ding ding! True school is in session!" trumpeted okayplayer.com when Tre & Nu-Mark released their freebie EP Another Day, Another Dollar in 2011. The duo knew they were onto something good, and re-upped to create new music.
The new album's standout tracks include "Bouillon" featuring Del and Murs, "King" featuring Diamond D, reggae-fueled summer jam "Bom Bom Fiya" and "I Know, Didn't I", a savvy flip of Dorando's soul classic.
Single releases from Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark will come on 45rpm vinyl 7-inch format.
Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark will be performing together through the end of 2014.
DJ Nu-Mark & Slimkid3 - Bom Bom Fiya "Tre'd Mark Mix" - Full Mix Stream
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WTF, no download link? I never understood the purpose of no download options for mixes especially from deejays who began in the mixtape era. Anyhow I'm working on J5 meets Paul Nice blends mix that heads will enjoy. Since it looks like a new J5 album will never happen, might as well listen to J5 over some crisp new beats.
Nice concept. IMO J5 is one of the few hip hop acts that are better live than on record. So long as they continue to tour, I could live without another J5 LP
Thanks Eric but that site, as others, only gives the 128kbps stream. Anything less the 192kbps is not worth the effort. As far as I know there's no site that allows you to download the original file for soundcloud.
Agreed on the < 192k thing. Presumably the stream is also 128k. That said, for some mixes, I'll hit up the DJ directly or—gasp—buy the originals. ;-)
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