Saturday, June 27, 2009
soul for those who still want it
Before Slum Village dropped their signature sound on the LP Fantastic Vol2 (2000) their was a young hip hop artist by the name of Dred Scott reshaping the sound of hip hop music then unknown and not yet popularized as of 1994. A few of us may remember a song he did called "Check the Vibe"
This track featured Adriana Evans, a soulful young singer from San Fran who relocated to LA to pursue a career in music. In 1997 she partnered with Dred Scott and the result was her self titled debut album. The album's production is thanks to Dred Scott. If anybody out there missed this album here is a chance to rediscover a classic!
P.S. go back and check Breakin' Combs for that hip-hop vibe we all need in our life. I promise no regrets!
download/listen to this mix
love is all around (ppp rmx)
reality (sv mix)
swimming (sv mix)
seein' is believing (sv mix)
hey brother (atcq blend)
in the sun (dela fusion mix)
say you won't (boogie down flatbush mashed)
trippin' (b-boy mashed)
love me (j-ro blend)
looking for your love
i'll be there (love is all around blend)