In 2011 music collective SMKA (aka Super Market Knife Attack) helped reshape the sound of hip-hop, venturing into uncharted sonic territory without losing a grip on their rap roots. After projects with the likes of Aleon Craft, Young Scolla, Jarren Benton and more, their longstanding The 808 Experiment series, The Report compilation and a host of singles, SMKA looks back at their best work from 2011.
Their Best of 2011 album is available now, but SMKA has turned to The DJBooth to hook listeners up with an instrumental version of the collection featuring beats from Freddie Gibb’s Str8 Slammin, Voli’s Righteous Remain, Jarren Benton’s Get a Load of Me and much more.
Supporters can download the free version, or purchase the exclusive premium version containing 5 bonus high quality WAV instrumentals, previewed in the streaming player below. .
Fans can also check out SMKA's previous albums: SMKA - The Hang Out: Part 1 |Super Market Knife Attack - The Best of 2012 Instrumentals |Various Artists - Stankonia Sessions: A3C Edition
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