kid sublime - rappin' blak - dopeness galoreDG 5 003 - eucd
Genre: Hip Hop
2. Rappin Blak (feat. Camp Lo)
3. Hey Listen
4. We Don
6. Friend And Me (feat. Defari)
7. Never Satisfied (feat. J to the C/The Dank)
8. Own World
9. A Cry For Detroit
10. Pityful Times
11. S.C.R.E.A.M. (feat. Frank N Dank)
12. The SaturdayNightLive Freestyle (Ladi Dadi)
The second CD from the Dutch producer, consisting of various tracks recorded since his debut, Basement Soul. Featuring Camp Lo, Illa J, Defari, Frank N Dank + More...
The first single from this mainly hip-hop inspired album will is titled “Own World”, on which Kid raps himself.
“Rappin’ Blak” is also the title of one of the tracks that inspired this album. You may have already heard the instrumental version at the Gilles Peterson or Benji B show on BBC Radio. Now this track will appear on the album featuring NYC’s finest MC’s…
…of course “Rappin’ Blak” wouldn’t be complete without some vocal support… So we had Camp Lo, Illa J, Defari, Frank N Dank, and other vocal comrads ready to shine some light on dark times…. This is what happened: Rappin’ Blak. “Yeah, we all go thru a struggle and the struggle finally becomes change.” - Yours truly, Kid Sublime
DJ / Press QuotesDomu (Sonarcircle): "My favourite tracks include RAPPIN BLAK, the bonus track with no name (house track) and SCREAM and WE DONT PLAY. I Like it alot, it's a winner 9/10"
Alex Robinson (Stones Throw Europe): YEAH! I like it, it's a strong album. My favourite tracks are Hey Listen, Scream and Pityfull Times. Some great beats, he's a sick producer. Good luck with it!
Tim Scott (Samurai FM): I checked out the video and I'm loving hearing Kid back in action... sounding a bit more focused and less blunted than in the past but still with ass kicking beats. This is high quality ish!
Jay Scarlett: My kinda shit, beats bang out the mp kit! whoop!
Dirk Rumpff (Offtrack radio): Thought the first single of the album was ok but it didn´t pull me off my feet but now this one is wicked. best hiphop joint i heard this past 12 months. real fun listening to it. makes me nod my head while sitting at home on a sunny day doin my taxes.....
DJ Asparagus: It's a killer Detroit hiphop album with real potential on the alternative hiphop scene! Definitely send promos!
Claus Prechtl (Loud Minority): this album is the shit! The Loud Minority will support it bigtime, and yeah we definitly need promos!
Stylus: thanks for putting out the dope goods
Pete Bishop (PhonicFM): Impressive record!
Joscha (Up My Alley): Just skipped into a few tracks and like it way more than the last 12" by KS which wasnt really my cuppa, 320`s of this album would be nice, no need for a cd to be honest as i`m using serato... nice 1!
DJ SP: About time I get some promo's!
Colm Kenefick: Really feelin "A Cry From Detroit", the Defari joint & love the smoky feel of Saturdaynight..
Frank Kraushaar: yes yes i like...ruff and soulfull vibes in there....and a little "D" is shining thru... proper production...heads up!!!