Though beatsmith/emcee/DJ Scram Jones is an appreciator of today’s urban-music scene, his heart still belongs to the timeless material he grew up on. On newly-released street single Boombap Jones, the Big Apple representative hops into his Wayback Machine for a tribute to ‘90s hip-hop, flowing over an instrumental built around three classic cuts. (Can you name ‘em?) Sure to resonate with veteran heads (and anyone who enjoys a dope throwback), this cut is one of many bangers set for inclusion on Jones’ The Hat Trick LP, scheduled to hit online retailers in October.
Written by richard on 09/21/11
Beast Music Records
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