The man behind Dom Kennedy’s “My Type Of Party,” Kendrick Lamar’s “Money Trees” and countless other gems just liberated a fresh new instrumental project (with a break down below) for the masses. Hit the jump for the tracklist/download link.
When we were kids, we use to play with our toys and create a world involving a character we loved. I wanted to make a soundtrack to that world. Each toy/cartoons on the project, I grow up loving as a child. Each toy/cartoons on the project, I grow up loving as a child. When your a kid, you imagination is limitless. I wanted to make a project fully based on how i felt and not on expectations.
In the latest segment of Behind the Beat, FweshlyDipped links up with both DJ Dahi and Rahki to speak on their contribution’s to Kendrick’s major label debut. Up top Rahki provides some insight behind the making of “Black Boy Fly;” while after the jump DJ Dahi re-creates one of my personal favorites in “Money Trees.” UPDATE: I’m not entirely sure if it’s the same “Behind the Beat” series, but Scoop DeVille sat down with DJ City to speak on his work on “Poetic Justice” and “The Recipe” as well.
Had to take a break from writing this piece (Mek Dot x XXL: coming soon) to surf the Internets, and I come across this DJ Dahi-produced cut from TiRon, with the homie Tunji (of Inverse) and Ayomari. My Internets acting like it’s on yuck mode right now, so I shamelessly swacked the link from Zack Lee’s crib.