Big Daddy Kane taking it back to the old school & performing ‘Ain’t No Half Steppin’:
Big Daddy Kane droppin’ the classics ‘Nuff Respect’ & Set it Off’:
Biz Markie performing ‘The Biz is Goin’ Off’:
Biz Markie beatboxing!:
Thanks to Garf aka Edward Strickland for all the filming and photo snapping on the night.
Don’t miss out on this one! A full 2 hour show from the Juice Crew legends, + support from Droppin’ Science djs Matman & Daredevil, the doctor Chima Anya (with live band) and DJ 279 – hosted by Big Ted, that’s one crazy line-up!
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A great new video to the title track of one of the best hip hop albums of the last few months! Love the cheeky editing here. Check this track and more on our latest Droppin’ Science Show.
This thursday Skillz the Dj Game will finally be available to buy for Ipad users! Me & DJ Daredevil from Droppin’ Science have been working on the soundtrack for a couple of years now for the Hong-Kong based production company Playpen Studios, creating specially re-edited & cut-up versions of tracks from the likes of Stones Throw Records, Ministry of Sound, Ninja Tune, Hospital Records & Om Records. I’ve been playing a pre-release version of the game for sometime now & I can tell you it’s a whole lot of fun, the control system is extremely intuitive, & a lot closer to the real thing than previous dj rhythm games!
A whole heap of videos have been released from various sources, I’ve posted up a few of my favourite ones I worked on below, check ‘em out!
Belgium’s ZBS Studio reached out to Mello Music Group about permission to do a video for Oddisee’s “The Blooming”. MMG of course was honored to have them interpret the song and apply their vision to the track. The resulting marriage of visual storytelling & instrumental perfection is a narrative work that tells the story of time’s passage in the life of a boy. The video was directed, shot, & edited by Tomasz Cibulla and Wojciech Drożdż of ZBS Studios in Belgium.
Filled with rich landscapes from Belgium’s countryside, smokey ambers, old typewriters, watches, clocks, and a father and son, The Blooming portrays life’s unfolding through the metaphor of time. Oddisee’s original track was last springs soundtrack to the rains and blooming growth of nature. Rich strings, bold piano, wood block, synth, flute, and snares that rest easy in the backdrop drive this instrumental track from Odd Seasons.
Check out my peeps Prose aka Steady & Efeks in their new double a-side video ‘For the love/What’s Love’ taken from the future classic album ‘Force of Habit‘ – There’s also a couple of tracks on there featuring myself on the cuts, check out ‘More Than Before’ below featuring Philadelphia’s Killer Rellik & Side Effect, I’m pretty happy with how my all-scratched chorus turned out!
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Produced by Steady for BBP/ Monomania Music
Graphics by BigTim for MDTD/ BBP
Video by Rob Bradley for Bradley Drawn Pictures
Boom Bap Professionals (BBPF03)
Black Milk continues to be one of my favourite artists of the moment. I just love stuff like this!