Upon reading the title of K.I.N.E.T.I.K.‘s DJBooth debut, my first thought was how dope it would be to watch a Muppet Babies-style Saturday morning cartoon starring toddler-aged versions of KRS-One, DJ Premier and other hip-hop icons. Network execs, drop me a line and we will make this happen. My overactive imagination aside, listeners who came up amid the dope beats and intricate bars of late-‘80s/early-‘90s rap are sure to find album standout Boom Bap Babies an enjoyable blast from the past. Kuroisoul mans the boards, serving up a funky, sampled groove as the UK rhymesayer recounts his lifelong love affair with the hip-hop music, fashion and culture. On the hook, DJ Jazz T breaks out the turntables to scratch on a few old-school samples. You can find this throwback banger and much more on K.I.N.E.T.I.K.‘s Hip Hop Is Forever LP, released this Tuesday and available now for digital purchase via Bandcamp.
Written by richard on 06/6/13
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