International beatmakers Soulslicers have come together with The DJBooth to offer hip hop fans a free version of their 2011 retail release, Boost Da Soul. The 18-track project includes previously-released stand out selections "Im Feelin Myself" with Quite Nyce and "The Difference" with M-Dot. Also joining the production foursome on Boost da Soul are Booth favorite REKS, Afu-Ra, Shyheim, Ty Nitty and more. The LP was mixed by Soundimension's Siko in Switzerland.
Also, later this month, look out for the Soulslicers participation in our brand new "Re-Produced" Series EP with Tech N9ne.
Fans can also check out Soulslicers's previous albums: Soulslicers - Slice of Life
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What good is outside acclaim if you haven’t got the self-esteem to back it up? On Feelin’ Myself, the second world premiere off Quite Nyce‘s forthcoming,DJBooth-sponsored EP, the Massachusetts...
Switzerland-based producers The SoulSlicers have recruited Boston flame-spitter M-Dot for The Difference, the second single off their forthcoming full-length. Backed by the beat crew’s chopped samples and boom-bap...
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