Originally released as part of 7evenThirty‘s latest full-length back in September, Nightmare has received the remix treatment courtesy of a longtime DJBooth fave. Though I haven’t heard the original and thus can’t compare the two, Oddisee does a stellar job of capturing the mood of the headliner’s bars; as the rapper feverishly chronicles his descent into insanity, the DMV emcee/producer serves up an eerie mix of strings, martial percussion, choral synths and electronic chirps. Has this unsettling, yet dope revamp left you craving more? If so, you can find the album version of Nightmare, along with many other dope cuts, on 7even’s Heaven’s Computer LP, out now for purchase on iTunes.
Written by richard on 11/20/12
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