The very first official Jorun Bombay online podcast show is now available for your listening pleasure, featuring a lot of DWG–relatedmaterial that is pretty damn fressssh (my own very biased opinion but it also just happens to be a fact). No Serato, vinyl only- not important to me but I know it is to a lot of y’all hardcore vinylocrats out there, so please feel free to appreciate that black or other colored wax spinning around on the platters. Peep the tracklist, listen below and enjoy with no limitations-
The DWG Rampagers – DWG RAMPAGE Fabreeze Brothers – Power Man & Iron Fist DJ Format & The Good People – Marisco Eastside Connection – Frisco Disco Magic Disco Machine – Scratchin (Run-DMC & Phillmost concert at the Apollo commerical) Phill Most Chill & Paul Nice – Neva Stop Diggin Sputnik Brown – Ego Trip Sigher the Gutter Snipe – Hitman Harry Fair One – The Benches First Words – Joint Classified – Mic Check Oxygen – Spit Life Emskee – I Get Down (Like This) Soma – You ain’t ready (Soulman Remix) Sureshot Larock & DJ Format – Dope Pusher Last Minute Shout Outs
Me and the homie Paul Nice are hard at work on that Fabreeze Brothers album (we got some joints for y’all, trust me on this!)… it’ll still be a little while before we finish it up and perfect it, but until then here’s one to hold you for a minute. I recorded some rhymes over a sped up JB’s “Blow Your Head” loop and Paul ditched the JB’s sample, took the acapella, flipped the Lorenz Alexandria “Baltimore Oriole” break, smashed them together and viola- “The Packup (Part 1). Check the snippet below (and if you like it please feel free to share it with, like, everybody on earth)-
My sometimes ridiculously busy schedule makes it hard for me to stay up to date on a lot of things, especially this blog. So I’m a little late with posting this, but the Fabreeze Brothers‘ (a.k.a Paul Nice and yours truly Phill Most Chill) debut 12″ on the Sure Shot! label, “Power Man & Iron Fist” b/w “Phyllis Diller” is now available for pre-orders, so act fast. The test pressings are already sold out but as of this writing there are still some of the limited edition gold vinyl pressings available (did I say act fast? Yes I did) and you should be cool with the regular black vinyl pressings, but still- need I say it again?- act fast just in case. Ill cover art provided by the uber talented Lance Pilgrim (known for his fantastic work for my man Skeme Richards‘ Hot Peas & Butter among other things), along with incredible beats by Paul Neezy and emceeing by ya boy PMC makes the cypher complete. I’m sooooo amped up about this project… if we can pull off some of the things we are planning for the upcoming Fabreeze Brothers album it’s gonna be insane. But I’m getting ahead of myself… for now please feel free to peep the sound clips and pre-order the debut single right chere if you haven’t already. Again, my apologies for being a little slow bringing this info to THAT REAL SCHITT but you can always check me on facebookor swing by the Diggers With Gratitude forums to get the latest breaking Phill Most Chill news (and it looks like there may be a lot of it in 2012). Thanks and PEACE.
A quick sneak peak snippet of what’s to come in 2012 (and it looks like I have a LOT coming, so stay tuned)- the first single from the tag team duo of Phill Most Chill & Paul Nice a.k.a. THE FABREEZE BROTHERS. Hardcore Hip Hop just the way we like it and hopefully you’ll like it too like Funkadelic– if so, there’s a whole album full of this kind of stuff currently in the works. COMING SOON. More info when available. Happy new year! POWER MAN & IRON FIST (snippet) / FABREEZE BROTHERS (PHILL MOST CHILL & PAUL NICE) by paulnice
Super ill new joint droppin’ on Slice-of-Spice Records (Slice-of-Spice is allied up with THAT REAL SCHITT, DWG, In Effect, World Of Beats and everything else that I’m affiliated with, so anything they’re droppin’ you need to be coppin’)- well, new in that SSR is just releasing it but in reality this sureshot was birthed back in 2001. My homie Paul Nice on the beat, legendary Juice Crew alumni Masta Ace on the m.c. rhymes. And of course I can tell you all day and night how fresh this record is, but why trust what I’m telling you when you can just listen on the embedded youtube-avision down below and see for yourself that the schitt is dope on a rope. Ordering info can be found right here (ya lost one if you ain’t gettin’ that Brooklyn Dodger blue vinyl, my mellow). This record is part uno of the three part Paul Nice Signature Seven Series (I’m not going to explain to you how three equals seven… figure it out for yourself by checking right here) featuring not only Ace but also Guru (R.I.P.) and the diabolical Biz Markie– now that’s real Hip Hop star power. BTW, Paul Nice is comin’ back like a super ninja… also dropping new Drum Library records and collaborating with yours truly on some new stuff… more on that as we proceed.