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  • 7月 23 / 2014
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Jonathan Butler – Living My Dream

Living My Dream
South African singer-songwriter-guitarist Jonathan Butler is tending to his herb garden at his suburban Los Angeles home. Growing tomatoes, bell peppers, rosemary, sage and thyme, his new pastime that he says gives him “a new sense of heaven,” is part of a mindset he has cultivated that he has dubbed “the season of me.” The musical counterpart to this harvest season in the two-time Grammy® nominee’s life is Living My Dream, a bountiful feast of organically nurtured contemporary jazz instrumentals and soul-mined R&B vocal cuts—all original songs that he produced and tracked live in the House of Blues studio in Los Angeles.

“Each album is a page of your life and this is the season of Jonathan Butler, the season of me. It took years for me to be able to use the term ‘living my dream.’ I had to grow in my confidence and comfort and security first,” says Butler. “It’s one of those albums that I really didn’t think I had in me. I had been struggling, going through this emotional period. Last year was a transitional period. Once I got my wind and got back to a place of focus, it turned out to be the best experience for me. I had to be vulnerable to the songs. It was magical tracking the album and I felt surrounded by the positive vibes from everyone in the studio, especially [daughter] Jodie [Butler] and Dennis Dodd, Jr. They beat me up to write every day. They motivated and pushed me, and kept me focused. When others believe in you, it’s nothing to take lightly. Jodie and Dennis believed in me and I think we did something great on this album. I kept the production natural. These are all original compositions that came from the heart. It’s a classic Jonathan Butler album.”

Like Butler’s best material from a diverse, award-winning and chart-topping career that has spanned R&B, jazz, pop and gospel, Living My Dream provides an honest and revealing soulfully-inspired songbook probing the artist’s life and loves: God, family and his homeland. “It’s the story of my life and the newness of discovery. These really are the best years of my life. I consider all that has happened so that I may gain the knowledge of Christ. What I’m going through, what I’ve been through and what I will go through is going to make me better. It’s a healthy piece of my life. Forgetting all that is behind me and all that lies ahead, I press on,” shares Butler, who often references scripture in conversation.

The set opens with the instrumental “African Breeze,” the first radio single that was originally penned by Butler 30 years ago for The Jewel of the Nile soundtrack, a big Hollywood movie starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito. “I wanted to redo it and make it a ‘now’ experience,” he says of the brisk, energetic African-hued dancer with the festive melody plucked on nylon string guitar.

The down-tempo title cut cruises an R&B groove highlighted by horn fills and a trademark electric guitar-vocal scat from Butler mid-tune. “I love the urban-ness. It’s old school with real urban grit. It’s about enjoying where I’m at in life. It’s a cool groove that really comes alive,” says Butler about the song he memorably debuted live last August at the iconic Hollywood Bowl with Jodie Butler singing background vocals.

Writing and recording the gorgeous meditative instrumental “Be Still” during George Duke’s final days taught Butler a lesson. “I went to hang with him and he took me into his wine cellar. We sat for four to five hours and George spoke the entire time. I didn’t even speak. He just opened up about family, our wives, faith and relationships. I had to remind him that I came to write a song with him. I picked up my guitar and the song came so easy and fast. George taught me to connect first as friends before making music. The song has a lot of emotion and was named for one of George’s favorite scriptures.”

Marcus Miller plays on “Be Still” as well as on the mid-tempo R&B instrumental “Let There Be Light,” which the legendary bassist-songwriter-producer wrote with Butler, who illuminates on nylon string guitar. Saxophonist Elan Trotman graces the track with soprano sax elegance. “I played him a few notes and Marcus just heard it all. The song is reminiscent of the Marcus Miller/David Sanborn collaborations.”

Butler wrote the R&B-pop confessional “Heart and Soul” in 20 minutes while tears flowed. “It blows my mind. It’s a true reflection, an apologetic love song. It’s the essence, the heart of where I was at the time. It’s a testimonial.”

Dodd, Jr. penned “Song For You,” which takes a bit of a different detour. The undeniably infectious R&B-pop tune has a shuffling beat infused with reggae nuances and Butler’s cool-toned electric guitar. “It’s a fun song and we threw in the horns just for fun. It adds a nice flavor to the record. It’s part of the unique story I’m trying to share with everybody. It’s not my song yet it affects me and tells part of my story. It connected with me and it’s different than what people would expect from me. I’d rather not make the same music over and over again.”

Butler speaks through a laidback electric guitar instrumental adorned with rousing, churchlike organ on “Catembe,” named for a place where he hopes to live one day in the Indian Ocean in Mozambique near Maputo.

An urban adult romancer, “Night To Remember” makes tantalizing electric guitar overtures amidst a vocal duet from Jonathan and Jodie Butler. “Jodie is pretty savvy as a songwriter. She has some amazing ideas. I’m proud of her.”

“All About Love” begins with an extended vocal and keyboard intro before a sophisticated R&B beat kicks in. “It talks about the family—this household—these women that I love so much,” reveals Butler, a dedicated family man.

Butler closes the session with a pair of poignant nylon string guitar instrumentals. The first composition Butler wrote for Living My Dream, “Sweet Serenade,” is a poetic beauty with drama underscored by a horn section. A solemn, bluesy offering that was written at sound check, “A Prayer” stirs the heavens with celestial vocal harmonization. “I’m fortunate to work with some of the best young Israeli musicians, including Davy Nathan, who plays keyboards with Babyface and Toni Braxton. I love the chant part that Jodie and I sang at the end. That’s where the prayer comes in.”

The youngest of 13 children, Butler grew up in destitute in Cape Town, South Africa, ruled by Apartheid and segregation. “I was born poor, but richly blessed with talent and the gift to make music,” he says. “I can’t dismiss where I’ve been or where I’ve come from. I’m a proud South African and I came from nothing.”

Butler began his singing career at age 7, releasing his first album in 1973 and winning the Best New Artist Grammy in South Africa the following year at age 12. He made history by being the first black artist played on white South African radio while earning three gold records (“Please Stay” went double gold and “I Love How You Love Me” went gold) in 1975 as he became a teenager.

More than a decade later, Butler moved to London, England after signing with Jive Records and released his first album internationally. The self-titled set went gold in 1987 in the United Kingdom and in the USA. He received Grammy nominations for Best R&B Song for his R&B-pop vocal hit “Lies” and for Best Jazz Song for the instrumental “Going Home.” His genre-busting material earned songwriter’s awards and received abundant airplay in multiple radio formats: pop, urban, contemporary jazz, adult contemporary and gospel. Butler’s 2004 album, Surrender, went gold in South Africa where he remains a superstar. “I don’t think I’ve ever really celebrated these moments in my life. I’ve spent my whole life taking care of people ever since I was seven. And I’m grateful, but this is the season of me.”

Butler is still taking care of people back home. Last fall, he launched the Jonathan Butler Foundation in his native country to fund music education programs that give children the purpose to overcome a life of drugs and poverty just as he did. The music and arts programs serving South African children ages 4-17 operate with the mission statement, “Purpose kills addiction.”

“I’m very proud that this is my legacy, giving back to people in South Africa. I’m happy to inspire these young kids and I’m extremely proud and encouraged about reclaiming our children from drug lords by teaching them how to sing and play instruments. The (South African) government has stepped in to find ways to progressively move and get more people involved. We’ve been in Pretoria and Johannesburg since we started and we’ll be launching in Cape Town in October. It’s so important to be in that city because it’s where I’m from,” explains Butler about the foundation that aims to launch a satellite component in the U.S. this year to increase assistance in South Africa.

Another aspect of Butler’s “season of me” is his blossoming love affair with golf. He’s only been playing slightly more than a year, but he’s smitten and plays almost daily, often with other musicians. “I’m not sure how golf took over, but it attached itself to me. I can go out on the golf course and have ‘guy time.’ I’m completely taken over by this little white ball. I’m so at peace and calm when I’m out there and so relaxed after playing, which I never thought would be the case since I’ve never been a sports guy. I wasn’t trying to find another passion, but it actually found me. Golf has become my saving grace and has given me a look inside me. I think it’s the freedom. It’s amazing how much it’s given me.”

In concert, Butler remains a captivating and powerful performer, pouring his heart into selections from his immense catalogue. In addition to being a popular draw at headline dates, festival shows and music cruises, Butler thrives on interacting with his fans. For the past 4 years, he has led a group of 35 guests each fall on the Jonathan Butler Safari, during which he shares his South Africa by visiting important landmarks in his life, as well as historic locales such as the prison on Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was jailed.

“I’ve come to a really good place in my life even if finding my way there was tough. I’m living my dream and it’s amazing what God is doing—seeing all these things through tears and pain. Seeing God place me in these extraordinary places and opportunities…if I couldn’t see it, I’d really be blind and faithless. I need to hold onto the love surrounding me. I had never really dropped my shoulders to embrace it. It took shedding my skin, realigning and readjusting myself as a person, honestly looking at how I can become a better person, which affects my family. We stood together through difficult periods and it taught me not to make too many allowances in life of which I had been making too many. It was a trying time and a difficult year emotionally and personally, but I did a lot of reflecting over the past two years and I’m in a good place,” summarizes Butler.

During an extraordinary musical life that has unfolded in the public eye, Butler has seen and endured a lot. He’s watched his country turn itself inside out for the better—much like he has done with his own life. Living and witnessing the brutalities and injustice of oppression as a celebrated child star while at the same time not permitted to enjoy basic human rights, indulgence naturally became his coping device. If not for a spiritual intervention, his light would have been extinguished long ago on the mercilessly dark path of abuse and self-destruction. His music has purpose, providing comfort and genuine inspiration. When he sings, he testifies to the glory and healing power of love. When he plays guitar, his fast fingers innately find notes of passion and divinity. Jonathan Butler’s recording career has carried him far, far beyond his wildest dreams. He’s living his dream and that is a blessing for us all.

African Breeze
Living My Dream
Be Still
Let There Be Light
Heart and Soul
Song For You
Night To Remember
All About Love
Sweet Serenade
A Prayer

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  • 7月 22 / 2014
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Rhythm 旋律

The Beat Junkies – The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 2


Rockin’ With the Best
Work the Angles
People’s Choice
I Don’t Know
Univeral Magnetic
Rhettmatic @ the 96 West Coast
Without a Doubt
What It’s All About
Hoes to Doughs
Dead End Street
World Premiere
He Likes to Concentrate
Alley Cats
U Call Dis a Song?
Beat Junkie Interlude
Sparky Chronicles
3 Card Molly
I’m Commin’
Dynamic [Remix]
Beat Junkie Interlude 2
97 ITF Team World Champions – Babu, DJ Babu, J-Rocc, , Rhettmatic
Style Wars
From the Ground Up
All Star Line Up

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  • 7月 22 / 2014
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The Beat Junkies – The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 1

与 Invisibl Skratch Piklz 和 the X-Ecutioners一样, the Beat Junkies 是一个活跃于90年代中期,推崇唱盘主义(将唱机当成一种乐器)的 DJ 团体。 the Beat Junkies 以多样化的团员和 Green Lantern rings 厂牌闻名,92年由 J-Rocc (原名 Jason Jackson)在 Orange County (洛杉矶的外围 )创立。 核心 DJ Rhettmatic (原名 Nazareth Nizra) 和 Melo-D (原名 David Mendoza) 还有特别成员 Curse, Icy Ice, Symphony, and DJ What?!. 别的团员在第二年加入,包括 DJ Babu (原名 Chris Oroc) 和两个未来的 Invisibl Skratch Piklz的成员, Shortkut 和 D-Styles, 此外 Havikk 和 Tommy Gun. Mr. Choc 在95年的加入使团队正式成军。
  那一年, the Beat Junkies 在 Santa Ana 的郊区开始了他们的电台秀,并开始在南加州的比赛中检验他们的实力。核心四人组 J-Rocc, Babu, Rhettmatic 和 Melo-D 作为个人在各种比赛中夺魁,作为一个团体 ,the Beat Junkies 在97和98年赢得了the ITF (International Turntable Federation)团队冠军,之后他们便退出了竞争。
  同样是在97年,the Beat Junkies 发行了他们第一张公开的专辑(不是混音带), The World Famous Beat Junkies, Vol. 1,由 PR 唱片发行。接着,98年 在 Blackberry 发行了新的一辑(和 Rhettmatic),在99年(和 Melo-D)其中包括了那年他们 ITF 的冠军 routine。 J-Rocc and Babu 组成了 Bumrush Bros.,他们出现在99年 Rawkus 的精选合集 Soundbombing, Vol. 2,并在洛杉矶建立了 Fat Beats 唱片行,不久就发布了一张备受好评的精选。Babu 成为洛杉矶地下饶舌组合 Dilated Peoples 的第三名成员,并作为 DJ 完成了他们那张经典专辑 The Platform and Expansion Team; 与此同时, Rhettmatic 在 Visionaries 中担任了同样的角色,Melo-D 作为 Vibe 杂志的午夜电视节目的 in-house DJ。大部分的团员过去或是现在仍在电台或是别的领域工作。2001年, J-Rocc 凭借一张收录了1995-2000年与 Beat Junkie 相关的作品的合集 ,Classic Material , 建立了团体拥有的厂牌 Beat Junkie Sound 。


1. Intro
2. Back At Ya
3. Unassisted
4. The Session
5. How Ya Want It
6. My World Premiere
7. Visualize
8. Swing
9. Verbal Attack
10. What It Takes (Remix)
11. Gravity
12. Lovely Lady
13. Braggin’ Writes
14. Vital Nerve
15. Worldwide
16. Cash Money
17. Negroe League S Baseball
18. Tried By 12
19. Say Where
20. Father Time (Inst.)
21. Outro
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  • 7月 02 / 2014
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ElyonBeats – Elyon Beats



01 Chamber [Tribute]
02 Complete Silence [Family]
03 Clara [Sister] 791
04 The Promises [Relationship]
05 Memories [Time]

Beat Session Vol​.​1

1.Drop 03:26
2.Before We Met 03:27
3.Mon Amour, Mon Amour… 04:37
4.Luxury 03:33
5.Violin’s Cry 03:32
6.Bonjour 03:44
7.Talamasca Caste 03:33
8.Sunflower Samurai 04:16
9.She Asked Why (feat. LuzID) 04:56
10.Mist 04:03
11.Before We Met (Beat Only) 03:27
12.[BONUS] Summer Train 03:33

Zion: Light on the Foreign Land

1.Brighter Color 04:24
2.Clever Man 03:20
3.Reaching Out 03:31
4.Forgotten 04:37
5.Good Night 03:57
6.NAK x Elyonbeats – Heartmelt Part II (Feat. NAK) 04:12
7.Hanabi 04:02
8.Just a Dream 03:21
9.Loungin 03:19
10.Secret Love 04:18
11.Silent Flight 04:10
12.Heartmelt Part II (inst.) 04:34

A Week With Elyonbeats

1.Thursday – Waiting For You 03:51
2.Friday – Mellow Evening 03:25
3.Saturday – Afternoon With Bossa 04:07
4.Sunday – Ordinary Afternoon 03:14
5.Monday – Little Light 04:33
6.Tuesday – Heads or Tails 03:04
7.Wednesday – My Day 03:57


1.Will You Be My 03:40
2.Angel 03:17
3.In My Arms 04:17
4.Stargazing in Chicago 04:09
5.When We’re Together 05:13
6.Will You Be My (inst.) 03:40

Free Compilation

1.No Love 03:51
2.Remedy 02:20
3.Hope 03:16
4.Armageddon 03:22
5.Last Summer 04:50
6.Journey 03:16
7.Stars 04:25
8.This World 03:23
9.No Limit 03:38
10.Sympathy 03:48
11.Eternal Peace 04:45
12.True Beauty 04:15
13.Keep Smiling (Feat. Jay V.) 03:42
14.Ordinary 02:08
15.Dancing in the Paris 03:57
16.Paradise 05:31
17.Story 04:34
18.Agony 03:47
19.White Rain – When I Was Eighteen 01:34
20.White Rain – Lullaby 04:33
21.Night Sky (Piano by WhiteRain) 05:44
22.Falling Stars 04:22
23.Stars [Night Sky] 02:00
24.Wonder Land 04:01
25.Christmas Cheer 02:13
26.Snow Angels 03:27
27.Winter Dance 04:25
28.Foot Prints 03:47
29.Big Daddy Patty Melt 03:23
30.Verbal Vanity (Feat. Awon) 03:54
31.Lil Mo – Just Another Zombie 03:24


01 Fly With Me
02 Vast
03 My Raven
04 Count Down
05 Symphony of the Past
06 Lonely Monster
07 10,000 Reason

Promo: TimeLess

01 True Beauty (Intro)
02 Keep Smiling (Feat. Jay V.)
03 Ordinary
04 Dancing in the Paris
05 Paradise
06 Story (Outro)
07 Bonus Track- Agony

Night Sky
01 When I Was Eighteen (Intro) WhiteRain x ElyonBeats
02 Lullaby WhiteRain x ElyonBeats
03 Night Sky WhiteRain x ElyonBeats
04 Falling Stars WhiteRain x ElyonBeats
05 Stars (Outro) WhiteRain x ElyonBeats

Into the Past

1.Winning 02:42
2.Gold 03:46
3.Dead or Alive 03:26
4.Footsteps (Different Perspective) 04:22
5.Shmoke 04:08
6.What’s New? 03:24
7.Paid In Full 03:27
8.Patience 03:40
9.Uneasy 04:17
10.Afternoon 03:16

My Dream

01 Good Night
02 Autum
03 Forrest
04 Dancing In The Paris 2
05 I Miss You
06 Notebook
07 Forever Gone
08 Departure
09 Another Morning
10 Good Morning


01 No Love
02 Remedy
03 Hope
04 Armageddon
05 Last Summer
06 Journey
07 Stars
08 This World
09 No Limit
10 Sympathy
11 Eternal Peace


01 The Bahamas Girl
02 Ma Petite Amie
03 Amour Whiterain
04 Because Whiterain
05 Before my eyes Whiterain

My Cinderella

01 Ms Sunshine
02 Angel and Devil
03 Late Night Bus Ride
04 No One Else Comes Close
05 Endless Conversation
06 Felicity
07 My Cinderella
08 Mi Novia
09 Poison
10 Self Reflection
11 See You Later

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  • 7月 01 / 2014
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Various Artists – Melancholic Jazz Sunset[iTunes Plus AAC]

Melancholic Jazz Sunset
  Melancholic Jazz系列合集的第三期《Melancholic Jazz Sunset》,第三期收录了DJ Whitesmisth、Hidetake Takayama、Float11、Blazo、The Qiwu Selftet和LUSRICA等六位音乐人的作品。第三期是以“Sunset”为主题,优美且带着古典旋律给人一种淡淡怀旧的感觉,如此美丽,迷人,但却又短暂。

01. DJ Whitesmith / Exploding the little pretty love bomb (and the world’s getting blurred)
02. heRajiKa tracks / Shigure
03. Hidetake Takayama / Sunset Song
04. LUSRICA / Quietly Crying
05. Float 11 / daydream
06. Blazo / We’ll Be There
07. The Qiwu Selftet / Narayama
08. DJ Whitesmith / KIRISAME Calling
09. heRajiKa tracks / Meguri
10. LUSRICA / Blooming Away
11. The Qiwu Selftet / Kora
12. Blazo / Hope
13. DJ Whitesmith / Meg Ash
14. Float 11 / spruce
15. Hidetake Takayama / Wonder Wheelin’
16. LUSRICA / Entertainer

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  • 6月 27 / 2014
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Souls Of Mischief – Montezuma’s Revenge Instrumentals [2009]

Montezuma’s Revenge was created the old-fashioned way, with the MCs A-Plus, Phesto, Opio & Tajai – and producers Prince Paul & Domino – in the lab together from the beginning to the end of the recording process. “We rented a house” explains Opio. “Prince Paul came out, we had no distractions, we just did music every day. ” “It was cool” adds Tajai. “He had concepts, and its good to have an outside perspective – it was a great process.” The result is a cohesive, creative Hip Hop album, the kind of project you d expect from veterans like Souls of Mischief under the auspices of a genius producer like Prince Paul. Souls first encountered Prince Paul while touring with A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul back in the day. But it was on a more recent tour with Handsome Boy Modeling School that the seeds of this collaboration were planted. So what exactly is Montezuma’s Revenge? Tajai comments, “We recorded the album on Montezuma Street.” The final product features 18 tracks of the quality Hip Hop you ve come to expect from Hieroglyphics, with cover art by esteemed illustrator Steve Lopez (famous for his illustrations of Erykah Badu and others). Of course there s more to the title than the location of the recording, Tajai says “The deeper meaning is this album will make you cr@p yourself.”

01 Intro (Instrumental)
02 Woni (Instrumental)
03 Postal (Instrumental)
04 Tour Stories (Instrumental)
05 Proper Aim (Instrumental)
06 You Got It (Instrumental)
07 Hiero HQ (Instrumental)
08 Poets (Instrumental)
09 Fourmation (Instrumental)
10 Dead Man Walkin (Instrumental)
11 For Real Y’all (Instrumental)
12 Lickity Split (Instrumntal)
13 Home Game (Instrumental)
14 Lalala (Instrumental)

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  • 6月 24 / 2014
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Freddie Joachim – Overture

01 Telephone (Remix) Erykah Badu
02 You Want You Get
03 Freak Love (Remix) Toro Y Moi
04 Left & Right (Remix) D’Angelo
05 Looking Back
06 Sweep Away My Sorrow
07 SupaStar (Remix) Floetry;Common
08 Quick
09 Better Days
10 Golden (Remix) Jill Scott
11 Minutes
12 Brighton Beach (Remix) Telepopmusik
13 Twice (Remix) Little Dragon
14 Bare Naked (Remix) Slakah The Beatchild
15 Waves
16 Morena
17 Paces
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  • 6月 22 / 2014
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Dilated Peoples – Scratch Tour( collection by beatzone)

Defari – Confidence (Instrumental)
Defari – Global Dynamics (Instrumental)
Defari – Third Degree (Instrumental)
Dilated People – The Platform Instrumental
Dilated People – The Shape Of Things To Come (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Annihilation (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Back Again (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Basics(instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Closed Session(instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Good As Gone (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Guaranteed (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Kindness For Weakness (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Love And War(instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Neighborhood Watch(instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – No Retreat (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Poisounous(instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Reach Us(instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Righ On (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Sevice (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – This Way [instrumental]
Dilated Peoples – Who’s Who(instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – Work The Angles (Instrumental)
Dilated Peoples – You Can’t Hide,You Can’t Run (Instrumental)
Evidence (Dilated Peoples) – Here and There (Instrumental)(Produced by Evidence)
Evidence (Dilated Peoples) – Peace 1st(Instrumental)
Evidence (Dilated Peoples) – The 7th Letter(Instrumental)
Evidence (Dilated Peoples) – You (Prod. By DJ Premier)(Instrumental)
Bonus Track:
DJ Babu – Dee On(instrumental)
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  • 6月 22 / 2014
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Mixtape 分享

DJ Babu – The Beat Tape Vol. 2 [2010]


01 DJ Babu – Intro
02 DJ Babu – I Dont C U
03 DJ Babu – K Dub
04 DJ Babu – 2024
05 DJ Babu – Earthfire
06 DJ Babu – No Secret
07 DJ Babu – Sunshine Days
08 DJ Babu – Mr. Lone Lee
09 DJ Babu – Hold The Mark
10 DJ Babu – Sillu
11 DJ Babu – Ya-Cht Hop
12 DJ Babu – Forever
13 DJ Babu – Here I Am
14 DJ Babu – Nelson’s Cesar Salad
15 DJ Babu – Takeova
16 DJ Babu – Ready
17 DJ Babu – Reneg
18 DJ Babu – Canned E
19 DJ Babu – Do Not Dispute
20 DJ Babu – G Yeah
21 DJ Babu – Strive To Be A Godfather
22 DJ Babu – Ghost Romper Room
23 DJ Babu – Lil Juanito
24 DJ Babu – Shack Of Soul
25 DJ Babu – Dracoola
26 DJ Babu – Who Can’t Hear
27 DJ Babu – Blackfoot
28 DJ Babu – Kallen Durr
29 DJ Babu – Mortay
30 DJ Babu – Manferd
31 DJ Babu – What R U Doing
32 DJ Babu – Funkydromedary
33 DJ Babu – I Heart U For All
34 DJ Babu – Finally
35 DJ Babu – Elec Trick Sim Phone
36 DJ Babu – Innernathional Thylee
37 DJ Babu – Phlip The Trac
38 DJ Babu – Preach B Dub
39 DJ Babu – I’m Gonna Stay
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