A standout cut off the twosome’s debut collaborative set, Daily Bread‘s Elephants has received the remix treatment courtesy of Booth fave Oddisee. Here, the DMV repper replaces Apollo Brown‘s smooth instrumental with something a little darker, backing Hassan Mackey‘s poetic rhymes with a creeping bassline and tense brass stabs. In addition to copping Daily Bread’s self-titled album, out now on iTunes, fans should keep it locked for release details on Odd’s forthcoming instrumental project, Rock Creek Park, available in stores on September 6.
Written by richard on 08/30/11
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