Author page: Chromemusic

Barber Shop Tune # 4 – Eve “Who’s that Girl”

Uneff-able tune from 2001 thats currently probably one of the most played tunes in this Hip Hop Renaissance. Anyways been part of my routines on vinyl (hipsters get a boner now) way before most these kids even started wearing their pubic hair moustaches. Will definitely get played tonight at the 1st installment of The Barber Shop Party. Heres the RSVP & Check – In :)


Eve – Whos That Girl

Barbershop Tune #3 – Paul Nice – The Definition of Nice ft A.G., Babu, Gennessee

Another essential in the Barber Shop Series. We are basically just touching down on Hip Hop so far, but after #10 we are gonna go in another direction. Nonetheless, Killer tune from 99 which made me first notice Paul Nice. Ps can you guess which one’s Paul?


DJ Paul Nice-Definition Of Nice feat. A.G. and Gennessee

Barber Shop tune # 1 – Defari “Smack Ya Face” – Barber Shop Party this Saturday

“I get high of the trees and the hennessies”

The original Barber Shop Tune. We got this new party happening this Saturday – RSVP right hurr – so i figured i’ll give you a decade old original anthem and favourite of mine. Defaris “Smack ya face” – Baddman beat, ill vocals and maad, mad cuts from Revolution. The original doo wop piano sample is so effing ill and the lyrics are delivered punch for punch. “…intoxication from many beers, i break bread with my peers and play the star of the bar like Norm from Cheers!…”


Defari-Smack Ya Face

This Saturday: D&B is coming home

Besides all of us watching an all German Champions League final this Saturday together this is another dream that has been long in the making. I haven’t played d&b in a club in soemthing like 12 years. And with all these amazing d&b tune popping out of nowhere i think that music i about to make a huge comeback. With the people being sensibilzed by trap music a lot of dubstep, i see more and more people on the floor longing for proper uptempo music with a drive and force behind it and cheering it to the fullest when a d&b tune drops. Pretty much everywhere i go i see the same scenario – you drop a d&b tune and the crowds in a frenzy. But not those d&b tunes that we came to know as the iconica d&b tunes, but the more musical ones send people on the brink of losing it and the sheer one two step behind it that keeps the dance going plus there is and always has been a drop for the kids :) I think d&b finds the ableton aesthetics of today this could very well be the next new/old thing. And when that happens I hope the marketers and mangers find another new name for the same thing to bore me even more. Ps Until then this Saturday i’ll team up with one of the greats and a man that has made proper musical history. Ps here is a little recent roundup of Peshay & here is the RSVP.

PS that night is gonna be wild, save for the football alone :)