Whether it’s his work on 2008’s star-studded Picture This project or his forthcoming album EMPBeTheTeam, the goal for DJ K.O. has always been crystal clear; to make, “good, old-fashioned Hip-Hop.” Whatever the New Jersey-based producer’s recipe for this genuine Hip-Hop may be, it’s very much alive on his latest cut, Stand Up!. Like past releases from DJ K.O., Stand Up! features a hefty assortment of emcee’s including Queens spitter MadKem, recent The DJBooth-newcomer K-Hill, and Brooklyn’s own Justin Bates. With help from fellow producer !llmind, DJ K.O. keeps the record heavily soulful and hardly skimps on the bass when it comes to Stand Up!. Looking for more dope old-fashioned Hip-Hop collabs? Then be sure to check out DJ K.O.‘s EMPBeTheTeam when it’s released September 18 on iTunes.
Written by Danielle H. on 08/17/12
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"Someday ft. Talib Kweli, Torae, John Robinson & Tiffany P." (2008)
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