Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Ending The Year With A Boom - Prepare Your Speakers For Some Big Beats

Now that Christmas is over, its time to prepare for the upcoming New Year and what better way to end 2007 than with a mix of the best in bangin' electronic beats.

As my biggest influence in electronic music, I've compiled and mixed the best tracks from four of the biggest names in the big beat genre: The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim, Prodigy and The Crystal Method. I remember the first time hearing "Block Rockin' Beats" from The Chemical Brothers back in '99 and that was when I've decided to get back into mixing and DJ'ing.

Big beat tends to feature distorted and compressed breakbeats at moderate tempos, usually between 90-140 BPMs, acidic synthesized lines, and heavy, repetitive loops. Big beat is like drum n' bass' retarded cousin, both sharing frantic breaks, heavy bass, and an odd "jittery rhythm," but the former tends to have more simplistic loops beats than the latter.

The Chemical Brothers, formed by the duo of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simmons, were the pioneers of this electronic dance genre and were known for their high-quality live sets with the use of MPC samplers, Electribes, and the ever so popular Kaoss Pad Effects processor.

The Prodigy, another English band, known for various styles ranging from rave, hardcore to industrial, looks more like that of a live act with members, Liam Howlett, Keith Flint, Maxim and Leeroy Thornhill.

Fatboy Slim, the only single act of the four, is Norman Cook, former bassist of the 80s band, "The Housemartins," reinvented himself as one of the best DJs in the world and a well-known big beat producer/artist.

Lastly is The Crystal Method, which is the only American act in the group, consisting of the dynamic duo of Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland, and considered the pioneers of this genre in the US. They have a very distinctive musical style, which features hard hitting "big beat" percussion, driving synthesized baselines and often distorted synthesized lead tones.

Today's set comprises some of the four's best original tracks and remixes.

1) Come On Beats Version 2 - Moby vs. The Chemical Brothers (Beatmeister's Method Rockin' Bass Mash-Up Mix)
2) Rock The House - The Chemical Brothers (Prodigy Remix)
3) The Roof Is On Fire vs. Hey Boy Hey Girl - Rockmaster Scott vs. The Chemical Brothers
4) Not Another Drugstore - The Chemical Brothers (Planet Nine Mix)
5) Don't Stop - Freestylers (Fatboy Slim Mix)

6) Block Rockin Breaks - The Chemical Brothers (Counterfeit Beatz Mix)
7) Breathe - Prodigy (Erick E Re-Edit)
8) Right Here, Right Now - Fatboy Slim (Carrison Vs. Scorpio Mix)
9) Hey Boy, Hey Girl - The Chemical Brothers (2006 User Friendly Mix)
10) Outta Space - Prodigy (Autobots Mix)
11) Praise You - Fatboy Slim (46th Street Mix)
12) The Salmon Dance - The Chemical Brothers (Herve Mix)
13) Girls - Prodigy (2006 Rogue Elements Remix)
14) Slash Dot Dash - Fatboy Slim (Act Of Dog's Hack Dot Slash Mix)
15) Galvanize - The Chemical Brothers (H.A.B. Electroplate Mix)
16) Crystalized - Crystal Method (Extended Mix)

17) Electrobank - The Chemical Brothers (Album Version)
18) Everybody In The Place - Prodigy (Act Of Dog's 3 Oh Frenzy Mix)
19) Setting The Firestarter's Sun - The Chemical Brothers vs. Prodigy (Beatmeister's Dreamtime Mash-Up Mix) - another mash-up from yours truly

Here's to an explosive year ahead!! Happy New Year!!!

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Happy Holidays From The Beatmeister

Would just like to greet everyone...
A Very Merry Christmas and A Peaceful and Prosperous New Year!!!

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Revival of The 80s - The Killers MegaMix

Here's a quick and short mix, which I did a couple of days back. Just to pay homage to my favorite band at the moment, The Killers, I tried to compile and mix 5 of my favorite tracks from them.

Their sound, which is irresistibly tuneful with tracks rooted in the hooky aesthetic of Eighties icons like The Cure, Duran Duran and Depeche Mode, yet crackling with the bitchy urgency of 21st Century paranoia. Brandon Flowers (keyboardist/lead singer) weaves deft synth countermelodies around vocal lines along with dandyish melodrama.

As quoted from Flowers, "I would rather not be known as an Eighties revivalist," but those are undeniably some of my main influences, especially keyboard stuff like Depeche Mode, Yaz, Erasure and OMD. There are a lot of string pads on our music. That's the Pet Shop Boys in me. I love every one of their songs."

Now for the tracklist:
1) When You Were Young (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)

2) Somebody Told Me (Mylo Club Mix)
3) Mr. Brightside (DJ Strobe New Romantic Club Mix) - my ultimate fave Killers tune
4) Read My Mind (Gabriel & Dresden Unplugged Mix)
5) All These Things That I've Done (2007 Supercalifragilistic Remix)

As requested, here's an alternate link via MediaFire... The Killers Megamix - The Beatmeister

Now this is what I call, "The Revenge of The Synth!"

Monday, December 17, 2007

M.O.P. Mix 7 - A Cool Retro Mix by DJ MoProd

Ever since I started this blogging thing, my purpose was just to post my own mixes, so as to be unique from other music blogs. However, it came to a point that while I love sharing my own interpretation of the music that I love listening to through these mixes, I just thought it would also be nice to hear how others would interpret it in their own way by showcasing their work too.

So for today's post, am going to try somethin' different once more. For the first time, I will be uploading a mix not done by me, but by a fellow Pinoy DJ based in Houston, Texas by the name of DJ MoProd. If you're into retro mixes, you should give this set a try and you won't regret it.

Enjoy his smooth blending of tunes from Madonna, Depeche Mode, New Order, Pet Shop Boys, and a lot more of 80s stuff.

Now for the tracklist:
1. Borderline (12" extended) - Madonna
2. Ice Ice Baby (scratch ultimix) - Vanilla Ice
3. Bizzare Love Triangle - New Order
4. Silent Morning - Noel
5. Holiday - Madonna
6. Strange Love (maxi mix) - Depeche Mode
7. What Have I Done To Deserve This - Pet Shop Boys
8. We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off (extended dance mIx) - Jermaine Stewart
9. Boys Do Fall In Love (12" extended) - Robin Gibb

Link... M.O.P. Mix 7 - DJ MoProd

Would just like to greet everyone a very Merry Christmas in advance and enjoy the holidays! :)

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Come On Beats Version 2 - Moby vs. The Chemical Brothers (Beatmeister's Method Rockin' Bass Mash-Up Mix)

As a primer to my upcoming mix, here's a sampler of what the next set would be sounding like. It's a mash-up mix from three of my fave artists in the bigbeat/electronic scene and the most influential for me when it comes to heavy, bangin' beats.

For this track, I laid over my favorite guitar riff from the classic Chemical Brothers' track "Block Rockin Beats" with the headbangin' beats of Moby's, "Come On, Baby" as remixed by another one of my favorite producers in the Big Beat/Breakbeat scene, The Crystal Method.

Enjoy my own interpretation of these 2 classic bigbeat tracks.

Come On Beats Version 2 - Moby vs. The Chemical Brothers (Beatmeister's Method Rockin' Bass Mash-Up Mix)

Here's to rockin' your world!

Would appreciate your comments for this one... :)

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Pump It Up - Flashback to 90s Hip House

Here's my birthday treat to everyone... Another mix of old school 90s hip-house, also known as house rap, which mixes the elements of hip-hop and house music. I remember hearing this kind of music in the late 80s with the rise in popularity of M/A/R/R/S' "Pump Up The Volume", Bomb The Bass' "Beat Dis," and Hithouse's "Jack To The Sound," using heavy sampling with their tracks.

It later gained more popularity in the early 1990s with the emergence of hip-hop artists like MC Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock, Mr. Lee, Daisy Dee, and Heavy D and The Boyz combining their rap/hip hop style with house music.

But the group, Technotronic, was the most popular artist in this genre producing such hits like "Pump Up The Jam," "Move This," and "Get up," which were all on top of the charts. Soon after, similar artists emerged like 2-Unlimited, Inner City, Haddaway, Bizarre Inc. and a lot more, which paved the way for the "Techno" genre in early 2000.

1) Jack To The Sound - Hithouse (Radio Edit)
2) Beat Dis - Bomb The Bass (Extended Dis)

3) Doo Wah Ditty - Zapp (Wicked Mix) - thanks to my buddy, DJ Lei, from PDDJs for this superb 80s funk track; I remember poppin' and lockin' to this funky tune!
4) Pray - MC Hammer (Street Tracks Remix)
5) She's Got Me Goin' Crazy - 2 In A Room (Crazy Remix)
6) Cantaloop - US3 (Ultimix)
7) How Bizaare - OMC (DJ Cuti Mix)
8) It's Tricky - Run DMC (Mixx-It)
9) Baby Got Back - Sir-Mix-A-Lot (Funky Mix)
10) A Bit Of U2 - Kiss AMC (Razormaid Mix) - first sampling of U2's New Year's Day I've heard
11) Get Down On The Dancefloor - MC Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock (Album Version)

12) Now That We Found Love - Heavy D and The Boyz (Prime Cuts Mix)
13) Pump Up The Jam - Technotronic (Mixx-It)
14) Crazy - Daisy Dee (Dizzy Mix) - thanks to Rene for this track; i remember this being included in the "Cool As Ice" soundtrack
15) Pump That Body - Mr. Lee (Extended Mix)
16) I Can't Stand It - Twenty For Seven (12" Extended Mix) - I still have my 12" vinyl of this track
17) Move This - Technotronic (DJ Gones Remix) - my fave Technotronic track
18) Get Ready For This - 2 Unlimited (Powerhouse Remix)

19) I'm Gonna Get You - Bizarre Inc. feat. Angie Brown (Extended Mix)
20) Good Life - Inner City (Eric Prydz Unreleased Mix)
21) Get Up (Before The Night Is Over) - Golbal Deejays feat. Technotronic (Tribalectric Mix)
22) What Is Love - New Groove Factory vs. Haddaway (Groove Factory Summer Mix) - memorable dance from Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan's "A Night At The Roxbury"

Link... MyPumpItUpMix - The Beatmeister

Enjoy another mix of superb retro dance tunes!!!

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Let's Go Deeper - Another Mix of Deep, Funky House

More superb underground house tunes for y'all, mostly dub/instrumental tracks with a funky flava. Special thanks to my buddy, DJ Chronic, once more for most of the tracks I've used in making this mix compilation possible. Expect more from my faves in the house scene like Mark Farina, Kinky Movement, Jason Hodges, Inland Knights, JT Donaldson, Tim Deluxe and Ian Carey.

Now for today's tracklist:

1) Dream Machine - Mark Farina (JT Donaldson Mix)

2) Closer - Kinky Movement
3) Voyage - Kinky Movement
4) Sweat Of Your Brow - Jully Black (Jason Hodges Mix)
5) Radio Tonic - Neil Bainbridge (Tommy Largo Remix)
6) Be Bop - Kinky Movement
7) So Hard To Find - Evan Rhodes - nice sampling of Bell Biv Devoe
8) Car Garage - Bobby Valentine
9) High On Emotion - Thomas Falke (Ian Carey Remix)

10) I Don't Care - A&R (Andy Daniell Myoozikk Remix)
11) Lost And Found - Terry Lee Brown Junior (Steve Bug Lost It Mix)
12) Lo Key - Inland Knights
13) Its Gonna Happen - Maxine Hardcastle (Wesley Clarke Remix)
14) A Brighter Life - White Collar Criminals

15) It Just Won't Do - Tim Deluxe feat. Sam Obernik

You can also check out my first installment, "This Is My House - Deep and Progressive," if you enjoyed this one. Ciao!

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

A Virtual Electronic House Mix - Some Deep Electronic House With A Tinge Of Electro

Have really been very busy these past couple of weeks, which is why I haven't posted some new stuff. Am also trying out a new program for mixing, which I know, most of the DJs out there are very familiar with, the Virtual DJ. I've created today's mix using this new program and tried out its features. Sound quality and effects-wise, it's far much better and more professional than the one that I had been using for my previous mixes. Just have to tweak it a little bit more to match my MIDI controller and my PC.

Enjoy today's upload and hope you'd notice the difference with plenty of effects utilization incorporated in the set to make it more interesting.

1) Gridlock (Stereo Club Mix) - John Digweed
2) Arguru (Original Mix) - Deadmau5 - love this guy's works!
3) Freeze (Vision X Club Mix) - Angel Soul

4) Our House (AppleJaxx Mix) - Madness vs. Peter Presta
5) Psycho Killer (Lexicon Avenue Remix) - Talking Heads
6) Not Exactly Voices (Dumb Dan Edit) - Deadmau5 vs. The Police
7) Jaded (Original Mix) - Deadmau5
8) Everybody Hurts (Peter Gelerblom Remix) - DJ Sammy feat. Nyah - nice REM remake!
9) Busy Child (Paul Oakenfold Remix) - The Crystal Method
10) Cruel (Chris Montana Remix) - Rebus

11) Here Comes The Rain Again (Freemasons Vocal Mix) - The Eurythmics
12) Stranger (Smax And Gold Dub) - Wawa vs. Smax Gold feat. Hillary

A special shoutout also to my buddies skin and DJ Chronic for the tracks I've used. :)

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Hip Hop You Don't Stop - Another Mix of Old School Rap Classics

Here's more old school hip hop, rap & R&B flashback for this week's music mix. This is chapter two of my previous mix titled, "Rewind To Early 90s Hip Hop & R&B", which featured selected old school hip hop tracks.

For today's set, I've included more of my hip hop/rap faves and classics, very popular in the early 80s to the 90s namely Naughty By Nature, Arrested Development, House Of Pain, Cypress Hill, Public Enemy, ONYX, Skee-Lo, Kris Kross, Zhane, DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince, and more.

1) Tequila - A.L.T. & The Lost Civilization
2) Megamix - Naughty By Nature
3) Jamboree - Naughty By Nature (Club Mix)

4) He Got Game - Public Enemy feat. Buffalo Springfield (sampling "For What It's Worth") - love this song!
5) Tennessee - Arrested Development (Disco Tech ReMix)
6) Insane In The Brain - Cypress Hill (Extended Mix)
7) Jump - Kriss Kross (Funky Mix)
8) Tap The Bottle - Young Black Teenagers
9) Jump Around - House Of Pain (DJ Steff Total Mix)
10) Slam Harder - ONYX (Wicked Mix)
11) I Wish - Skee Lo
12) Hey Mr. DJ - Zhane (Extended Mix)
13) Summertime - DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince (X-Mix Remix)

14) Here Comes The Hotstepper - Ini-Kamoze (Funky Mix)
15) Fantastic Voyage - Coolio (Extended Mix)
16) Atomic Dog - George Clinton (Wicked Remix) - sampled by Snoop Dogg
17) Back To Life - Soul II Soul (Ultimix)
18) Tom's Diner - DNA feat. Suzanne Vega (Funky Mix)
19) Buffalo Stance - Neneh Cherry (Extended Mix)

Jump up, jump up and get down...

Monday, October 22, 2007

Flashdance - A Deep Dish MegaMix

Nope, it's not that famous Chicago pizza, but otherwise an equally famous duo of DJ and house music producers, Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia and Sharam Tayebi, collectively known as "Deep Dish."
Like other high-profile DJs, the two have landed plenty of high-profile DJ gigs and remix projects. The partners have won two DanceStar Awards, as well as a Grammy for Best Remixed Recording for Dido's "Thank You" (which I've included in this compilation). They've done remixes for artists like Madonna, the Rolling Stones, Dido, Beth Orton, Depeche Mode, Dire Straits and more. Their album, Junk Science also featured Everything But The Girl's Tracey Thorn.

Today's mix is my personal tribute to one of my faves in the house/progressive music scene. It comprises their best remixes and originals as compiled by yours truly. Expect the recognizable Deep Dish vibe with crunchy guitars and funky house beats all in the mix.

1) Central Reservation - Beth Orton (Deep Dish Remix)
2) Future Dream - Depeche Mode vs. Deep Dish (James Zabiela Mix)
3) Future Of The Future - Deep Dish feat. Tracey Thorn (Extended Club Mix)
4) Bedtime Stories - Madonna (Deep Dish Remix)
5) Thank You - Dido (Deep Dish Club Mix)
6) The World Is Mine - David Guetta (Deep Dish Remix)
7) Blue Skies - Danny Tenaglia (House Garage Club Deep Dish Mix)

8) Flashdance - Deep Dish (Hoxton Whores Conjestion Remix)
9) Money For Nothing - Dire Straits (Deep Dish 2005 Mix)
10) Stormy Dance - Deep Dish vs. The Doors (Tommy Boy Remix)

11) Dreams - Deep Dish feat. Stevie Nicks (Tocadisco Remix)
12) Clocks - Coldplay (Deep Dish Remix)

This is progressive house at its best!

Sunday, October 14, 2007

This Is My House - Deep and Progressive

Here's a mix for the househeads, a collection of some funky, deep to progressive house, which you can either dance your heart away or just sit back, relax and chillout to. Expect tunes from the usual suspects, Kaskade, Truby Trio, Groove Armada, Jakatta, Ben Watt, Gadjo, Underworld, Kerri Chandler, Bob Sinclar, Herbie Hancock, and more. Enjoy!

1) Running Away - Belezamusica (Soul Love Vinyl Mix)

2) Steppin' Out - Kaskade (The Beard Mix)
3) Lone Cat (Holding On) - Ben Watt (Original Mix)
4) Stars - Herbie Hancock (MoD Edit)
5) Everything - Stephanie Cooke (95 North Deep Jersey Mix)
6) Alegre 2004 - Truby Trio (Una Bombers Electric Chair Treatment Mix)
7) Love Box - Groove Armada (Album Version)
8) I Know A Place - The Groove Assassin vs. Rodog (Original Mix)
9) American Dream - Jakatta (Joey Negro Club Mix)
10) What U Need Is Love - Vincent Kwok & D' Layna (Lizards In The Lounge Mix)
11) So Many Times - Gadjo (Original Mix)

12) New York City Music - Bob Sinclar (Original Mix)
13) Boogie Down - Atomphunk (Kneedeep Mix)
14) I'm Dancing - Crystal Re-Clear (Timmy Vegas Vox Remix)
15) Inspiration - Kerri Chandler feat. Arnold Jarvis (John Isley Sax Drop Mix)
16) Two Months Off - Underworld (John Ciafone Remix)
17) Deep Inside - Hard Drive (Masters At Work Extended Mix)

Somethin' to kick off your week right!

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Classic Tunes - Four-To-The-Floor Style

Here's another treat for all you retro lovers out there. Have compiled some of my personal faves, which were all remixed, four-to-the-floor style. Today's mix comprises funky disco tunes and also classic 70s/80s tracks.
This is a followup to my previous post titled, "Funktified Friday - That 70s Mix!", which is also a compilation of mostly 70s disco tunes.
1) Staying Alive - The Bee Gees (Remix)
2) Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry (Ultimix)
3) Best Of My Love - The Emotions (Ultimix) - nice remix!
4) Don't Stop Till You Get Enough - Michael Jackson (Secret Service Mix)
5) Sexual Healing - Marvin Gaye (White Label Mix)
6) Can't Get Enough Of Your Love - Barry White (Cage & Fish White Label Mix)

7) Rock Your Baby - George McCrae (DJ Coco Snatch White Label Remix)
8) You Can Call Me Al - Paul Simon (2006 House Remix) - nice classic vid with Chevy Chase
9) Englishman In New York - Sting (Fanta Mix) - cool remix!
10) Take Me Home - Phil Collins (Booty Shakers Mix) - from the soundtrack of the classic TV show, "Miami Vice"
11) All Night Long - Lionel Ritchie (White Label Mix)
12) Papa Was A Rolling Stone - Temptations (White Label Mix)
13) Boogie Oogie Oogie - Taste Of Honey (2006 DJ Ron G.'s Private Boogie Mix)

14) Get Down On It - Kool & The Gang (White Label Mix)
15) Streetplayer - Chicago (Disco Wax Classic House Club Mix) - these sounds fall into my mind...; thanks to skin for this superb track!
16) What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong (White Label Mix) - relaxing song; from the movie "Good Morning Vietnam"

17) Time Of My Live - Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes (Nikko House Remix) - from the classic 80s movie, "Dirty Dancing"

Hope you have a great time reminiscing this weekend! Peace!

Saturday, September 29, 2007

A Touch Of Jazz - Acid That Is...

After a long sabbatical from posting mixes because of some unforseen predicament, am back and ready to share more of my work and the music that I enjoy listening to.

For today's post, will be offering somethin' different once more. Have compiled some of the best Acid Jazz and Jazz Rap, which I enjoy very much when I want relax and just chill out. This mix is also the best soundtrack for rainy, gloomy days.

Acid Jazz is a term that has been used to refer to original recordings by artists like Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd's Blackbyrds, and other rare groove artists (the term "rare groove" refers to the fact that the vinyl albums collected by DJs were rare and difficult to find. The DJs often pasted blank labels over the record's regular label to keep other DJs from finding out what records they were sampling), while Jazz Rap is a fusion of alternative hip hop and jazz, developed in the late 80s and early 90s. Known for intellectual, often socio-political or Afrocentric lyrics and jazz beats (sometimes performed by a live band, instead of sampled), jazz rap sells primarily to a small fan base.

Usual suspects in today's mix would include music from A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, People Under The Stairs, Guru, Jurassic 5, Martine Girault, Thievery Corporation, Count Basic, Ninja Tunes, and remixes from DJ Nu-Mark, GB, Two Lone Swordsmen and Thievery Corporation.

1) Intro
2) Spiritual Love - Urban Species - from my Best Of Acid Jazz CD Volume 1

3) Big City - Outside - from my Best of Acid Jazz CD Volume 1
4) A Bad Trip - Night Train - from my Best Of Acid Jazz CD Volume 2
5) Been Thinking About You - Martin Girault - cool tune!
6) Schooled In The Trade - People Under The Stairs - cool vibe!

7) San Francisco Knights - People Under The Stairs - nice Jazzy Hip Hop; love their stuff!
8) The Richest Man In Babylon - Thievery Corporation (The Beatmeister's Babylon Remix) - masters of acid jazz
9) The LA Song - People Under The Stairs - my fave PUTS tune!; have scratched my way through this!
10) Feel The Revival - Guru vs. Martine Girault (The Beatmeister's Jazzy MashUp Mix) - hope you enjoy this mashup by yours truly :)
11) Can I Kick It - A Tribe Called Quest (The Beatmeister's Kickin' It Remix) - Q-Tip and the rest of gang kickin' it!
12) Remember Me - Count Basic - from my Best Of Acid Jazz Volume 1
13) The Urban Theme - Maxwell - another Acid Jazz pioneer; from my Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite CD

14) Shaolin Satellite - Theivery Corporation (Full Length Version) - cool, laidback tune!
15) Up, Bustle & Out - Ninja Tunes - cool jazzy dub!
16) Pure Shores - All Saints (2 Da Beach U Don't Stop Remix) - nice remix; another of wifey's faves!
17) Keepin' The Faith - De La Soul (Fly N' Funky Remix) - jazzy hip hip pioneers; title sounds like a favorite line used in "Prison Break;" our current fave series BTW.
18) Bold And Black - Eddie Harris (DJ Nu-Mark Remix) - from my "Atlantiquity" CD; Jazz and Funk classics remixed
19) Buddy - De La Soul feat. A Tribe Called Quest, Jungle Brothers, Queen Latifah & Monie Love (12" Remix)
20) Funk You Up - The Sequence (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)
21) Battleflag - Lo Fidelity Allstars - from my MTV Amp CD
22) Just A Little Lovin' - Carmen McCrae (GB Remix) - from my "Atlantiquity" CD; Jazz and Funk classics remixed
23) Stakes Is High - De La Soul feat. Mos Def (Remix) - Jazz HipHop at its best
24) Warning Shots - Thievery Corporation (Vinyl Version) - cool hiphop beats infused with some reggae

25) The Game - Jurassic 5 - Hip Hop You Don't Stop
26) Holy Calamity - Handsome Boy Modelling School (Featuring DJ Shadow & Dj Quest) - hip-hop collaboration between Dan The Automator and Prince Paul (producer of De La Soul)

Please check out my previous post titled, "Some Cool Urban Vibes - The Beatmeister's HipHop MixTape", if you enjoyed this one.

Today is indeed The Rebirth Of Cool!