The current trend of major DJs releasing full-length compilation albums has expanded north of the border, as Toronto’s DJ Baba Khan released his own set, Culture Shock: East Meets West, this past March. One of the hit singles spawned from the album is Tonight, featuring the king of Toronto hip-hop, Kardinal Offishall, as well as Montreal R&B singer Sunny Brown. Adding additional energy to the track, veteran hypeman Fatman Scoop gets everybody moving on the dance floor and Baba Khan (under his alias of Lomaticc) provides a techno club-ready beat. Culture Shock has become almost as big as hockey, beer, and drinking beer while watching hockey in Canada; will it be able to cross over to the States? Only time will tell.
Written by Burmy on 04/7/08
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