The Message

Good evening folks. A little bit of this and that on today's menu.

First off, great track by a guy named XV, rapper from Wichita, Kansas. Young dude on the come up providing a funky flow & great rhythm. Peep it


CAUTION: The following 3 songs are "Wu-Tang related":

Bronze Nazareth, Wu-Tang affiliated, is a producer & emcee still going strong with a raw Wu sound. This track is off his most recent album named "School for the Blindman", make sure to give it a spin if you dig what you're hearing.

Bronze Nazareth - Fourth Down (feat. Salute Da Kidd, Kevlaar 7 & Phillie of Wisemen)

The following beat is from the well-received "Enter The Magical Mystery Chamber" mixtape featuring mashup productions of The Beatles & Wu-Tang. Executed by a young fellow named Tom Caruana, the result is quite interesting. I've been bumping this one song in particular during the past week. Daytona 500 baby

Wu-Tang & The Beatles - Daytona 500

Last but not least, a collabo between GZA and Jedi Mind Tricks. JMT are always on point with their classy instrumentals and this one is another to add to your favorites. Mixed by Meldrick Taylor, I'm sure you'll have this one on repeat.

Jedi Mind Tricks & GZA - On The Eve Of War (Meldrick Taylor Mix)

This is it for me.
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Homan- Everything

We've just received this in our inbox today from Jordan, one half of the amazing Parisian duo STSQ.

Today, we introduce you to Homan, his solo side-project and will hopefully have a lot more of his productions to share with you in the coming months.

Everything is an extremely solid debut original production, which should come as no big fucking surprise, given that STSQ's output has always been very good, although we haven't heard enough of it. Today's featured song is an instantly memorable house tune with an injection of garage right into the jugular. It features epic key stabs and frantic percussion, and is heavy enough to warrant inclusion in any peak hour house set. The seductive, pitched vocal sample and the rolling bass is what gets to me, though. Good lord, what a tune.

Everything by Homan

Homan also remixed Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team's Bassface. It is has a more atmospheric vibe than his other song, but it is still quite tight. Hope you dig it!

Bassface (Homan remix) by Homan

If you dig the remix, show some support and vote for it on Burn Studios!

STSQ has been supportive of Avenge The Virgins, so I will definitely extend them the same courtesy. It definitely helps that their music is boss as hell though!

Homan Soundcloud
Homan Twitter


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