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Underground Feed Back Stereo (Get Away From They Rules) Mixed by ML7102 @angeltheoracle @abillifree @Ras_G @TherealLifelong @skyzoo @peterock @magicmamii @RashidHadee @fatnicemc #ml7102 @rustejuxx357 @Nekaybaaw

Posted in Black Story, music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 31, 2019 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Underground Feed Back Stereo (Get Away From They Rules) Mixed by ML7102 ART2

Underground Feed Back Stereo (Get Away From They Rules) Mixed by ML7102
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ML7102 – Energy of The Squeeze
The Funkees – Korfisa
Ras G – Spaceship On Cruise Control (MPC200XL)
Ruste Juxx & Pete Rock – BlackFist
BoxFace x Free Bantu – (Don’t Tell) 2
Fatnice – Peace Love Unity and Havin Fun (Lil Dave Mix)
Cymande – Bra
Skyzoo & Pete Rock – It’s All Good
L.I.F.E. Long – Surveillance (produced by Shawneci)
Rapsody ft. D’Angelo, GZA – Ibtihaj
Darondo – The Wolf
Neak x Rita J – Do It For Love
Scienz Of Life – Powers Of Nine Ether
Brown Calculus – Live at Futro Church
Talibah Safiya – Middle of The Night
A Billi Free X Angel Bat Dawid – Flourish
Lukah – Black Powder
Semira Truth – Twerking To The Loading Screen
Radius Etc x Thaione Davis – Tower
Oshun – Solar Plexus
Rashid Hadee x Phil G – POV (Remix)
Nekaybaaw©®™ – Prophet Profit
Philmore Greene – Fly’N LSD
vortx of distorsun – Considered Not Normal (CNN)
Alice Coltrane – Turiya And Ramakrishna
9th Scientist – Auto Intelligence
Yusef Lateef – Like It Is(The Blue Yusef Lateef)

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Video: Pete Rock – Cosmic Slop | Official Video

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on April 28, 2015 by Brother Perspective Magazine

From the upcoming album “Petestrumentals 2”
coming on Mello Music Group June 23, 2015
Directed by Jay Brown & Zack Kashkett

itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/pet…
CD: http://www.mellomusicgroup.com/collec…
Vinyl: http://www.mellomusicgroup.com/collec…

Pete Rock was raised in Mount Vernon, but his face belongs on Mount Rushmore. The Chocolate Boy Wonder perfected an art form, inspired millions, and soundtracked a generation. By contrast, Teddy Roosevelt seems like a chump.

This is the man who Dilla told, “I wanted to be like you.” Kanye once called himself the “new Pete Rock.” But the original Pete Rock remains permanently vital. The evidence bangs in his latest opus, Petestrumentals 2, the sequel to the 2001 classic that helped define the hip-hop instrumental record. It marks the legend’s first album on Mello Music Group, a fitting union between the author of the boom-bap blueprint and the label that’s expanded upon his legacy.

Describing Pete Rock’s productions do them little justice. They resonate in your gut, heart, and brain. The title of one of these beats says it all: “Makes Me Feel Like.” You fill in the blanks based on your personal experience and current mood.

Petestrumentals 2 conjures memories of BBQ cookouts and 70s Blaxploitation scores, rattling summer jeep cruises and blunted Jamaican vacations. There’s a gorgeous requiem to Dilla (“Dilla Bounce (R.I.P),” where the originator pays tribute to the prodigy. You see the full range of Rock’s gifts on display: the meticulously chopped horns, unquantized drums, and air raid sirens. It contains the emotion of a thousand eulogies.
No record can’t be resurrected. There’s no sub-genre or era that can’t be converted into Rock’s singular brand of soul. His music is the closest thing we’ll ever get to a time-traveling DeLorean, effortlessly shifting between past, present, and future.

For the last 20 years, hip-hop heads have argued over the best Pete Rock original productions and remixes. Is it “They Reminisce Over You” or the “Shut ‘Em Down Remix?” Do you prefer Soul Survivor or the first Petestrumentals, his work with INI or the UN? His catalogue can’t be compressed into a bio; you need a book.
This is the latest chapter—an even 20 slaps and rhythmic levitations. It’s Pete Rock at his best, accelerating and kicking cosmic slop, extending wishes, hope, love, gritty drums and eternal wonder.

Fresh Track: Mari The Analyst – Stay Focused [Produced By Pete Rock]

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on February 5, 2013 by Brother Perspective Magazine
Mari The Analyst - "Stay Focused" [Produced By Pete Rock]
4 Square Miles NY - Born Alone, Die Alone. Download my shit!
 https://soundcloud.com/maritheanalyst/stay-focused


Mari The Analystshout out to Grap Luva for the connect ...
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