Tag: 90ies

Bizarre Tribe: A Quest to The Pharcyde (Teaser Video + Single) by Gummy Soul

Here is what they had to say about their latest offering:

“Greetings from Gummy Soul!

As we approach the one year anniversary of 2011′s award winning Fela Soul release, we’re pleased to give you a sampling from Amerigo Gazaway’s upcoming mashup project, “Bizarre Tribe: A Quest to The Pharcyde”. Utilizing dozens of original Jazz, Soul and Funk recordings sampled throughout A Tribe Called Quest’s extensive catalogue, Gazaway recreates classic productions – pairing his reinterpreted instrumentals with select vocals from West Coast “golden era” favorites, The Pharcyde.
Full album drops on the one year anniversary of Fela Soul (Sept 13th)In the meanwhile, watch the teaser video and download the single below. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook/Twitter for more updates.”


Download Amerigo Gazaway of Gummy Soul – Bizarre Tribe – Runnin’

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Group Home – Living Proof

One of the defining moments in 90ies hiphop. Dj premier at his absolute prime producing another one of his monotoneous and absolutely slamming (yes that was a word) beats in 1995 while cutting up Inspectah Decks infamous line from Wu Tang Clans most prominent song C.R.E.A.M. Maaan, being the nutcracker was easy. Just another proof that Primo could put on anybody. Heads were cutting this beat up everywhere i went.


Group Home – Livin’ Proof

here’s the beat! lace a proper rhyme, cut it up, go mental with it serato generation :)


Group Home-”Livin’ Proof Instrumental”