Posts Tagged ‘hip hop’
This musical edition goes back in time, merging musical styles from funk, r&b, soul to hip hop… featuring some rare, and less known originals
Slave – Just A Touch Of Love
GAZ – sing sing
Oliver Cheatham, Get Down Saturday Night
A Taste Of Honey – Boogie Oogie Oogie
C J & Co – Devil_s gun
Adriana Evans – Say You Won’t
John Legen & The Roots – Our Generation (The Hope of the World)
D’Angelo – Left & Right
Ray J – Let It Go
Immature – we got it (featuring Smooth)
3LW ft P. Diddy & Loon – I Do
Dru Hill ft. Method Man – This is What We Do
Sylvia Striplin – You Can’t Turn Me Away
Betty Wright – Clean Up Woman
Thief – Crazy
Curtis Mayfield – Diamond in the Back.
This is the second part of the classic rap mix I made a week before this one, it includes some of the same rappers but also new ones like Rakim and Kurupt as well as other tracks by NAS from the album stillmatic, 2pac Ambitionz as a Ridah, hit em up…
I tried putting an eminem track but there was a problem with the file so it is incomplete but I left it for the lovers.
All of the tracks in this mix are newer classics than the first part except for songs like NAS- Ether and Still DRE…
Erika and Siam in short interview share with us their view on music, life. Both passionate about music where the worlds meet see that the planet is globally connected where borders and prejudices are melting down. Both aware of the rise of new consciousness, rise of humanity where balance between material and spiritual is the key; balance without neglecting one on the expense of another, remembering healthy traditions. With stars in their eyes, warmth on the faces and hearts on their palms they see hope for the humanity.
Further they are more hopeful since seeing the ongoing experiment called Auroville.
On Saturday 8th of August at Well Caffe in SveDame will share with the community their music with Erica on vocal, Siam on guitar and Suresh on drums.
Erika and Siam Lee, travelers musicians and cultural activists, present the new trends of world music! From frenetic rhythms of Lagos or Balkan Jazz, through the melancholic Morna of Cape Verde or Philadelphia’s Nu-Soul, the most important thing is the Groove!
In this playlist, we invite you through this musical journey entirely consistent with the vision of Auroville: cultural fusion with new experimentation, sensitivity and rhythms, always in a spirit of sharing.
01. Luiza Borges – Feito Bomba, Brazil
02. Maria Gadu – Shimbalaie, Brazil
03. Buis – Joia, Cape Verde
04. Mayra Andrade – Tunuka, Cape Verde
05. Haitian Troubadour – Love, Haiti
06. Patrice – Head to toe, Germany
07. Count your blessings – Nas and Damian Marley, USA – Jamaica
08. Bilal – Soul Sista, USA
09. Israel Cachao Lopez – Estudir en Trompeta, Cuba
10. Buena Vista Social Club – Cuba Havana, Cuba
11. Yandel feat Gilberto Santa Rosa – En la oscuridad, Cuba
12. Karina Santos – Makumba, Angola
The Scratch Bandits Crew is an unique band, where scratch music turns turnatables into instruments to create its own music. In interview with members of the band and team Supa-Jay, Syr, Geoffresh, and Remy we hear what is music to them, and why they’ve decided to create on that way. Within Bon Jour India events they were touring last few weeks all over India, amazed over kindness and openness of Indian audience, for which are very much grateful. Band, existing a bit over 10 years, with each member uniqueness is one of few in the world.
Supa-Jay, Geoffresh and Syr are The Scratch Bandits Crew , and with their original approach to scratching have put audience of Pondicherry last night to their feet. The three scratch explorers presented their original tracks along with two remixes – of The Doors, and famous Busta Rhymes “Break Ya Neck”. Whilst doing that they haven’t forgotten to use their voices ; in all synergy of analogue and digital, acoustic and electronic … Their performance was supported all along with original video mixes.