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K-Def: Beats From The 90's Vol. 1

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4.3 Stars (8 customer reviews)
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    Product Details

    • Release Date: Jul 22, 2008
    • Record Label: Ghettoman Beats
    • Barcode: 672343321113
    • Item #: GMB3211NLP
    • Weight: 7.3 oz

    • Producers: K-Def

    Summary

    K-Def an unopposed underground beat legend, has been banging on his MPC for years. Beats From Da 90's brings you some of his released and unreleased sampled, looped, soul-drenched; lost tracks. Found in a bag of dusted dats. Before leaving the House of Hits and changing over to computers, K-Def brought the heat out of his analog machines. The MPC 3000 and S-3000, were his main weapons, of choice. These tracks in question exemplifies that mid-'90s sound to such a degree that it serves up a veritable lesson in boom bap aesthetics, a flawless realization of how emotive, sonically rich and downright beautiful hip hop music can be when executed by a master.

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    1. Been There
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    2. Ain't No Crime
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    3. Monty
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    4. Dramaz
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    5. For Da Family
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    6. Crusading
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    7. Inner City Blues
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    8. Jam On It
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    9. Mont Man
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    10. Ron Beat
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    11. Spinner
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    12. Gettin Hot
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    13. Take Your Time
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    14. Turtle Man
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    15. Been There Part 2
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    16. Urbiank
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    17. Fletcher (Bonus)
    Producers: K-Def
    instrumental 
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    Total Comments: 8
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/1/2008 2:33:00 AM; Partial IP: 232.158.41)
    Location: Vegas Baby
    Comment: this iz HIPHOP!!! Wow brings me back to when I was a teen...sick beats u gotta cop this....
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 9/4/2008 4:48:00 PM; Partial IP: .194.98.10)
    Location: munich
    Comment: oh my god yes oh my god .. one of the best cd´s ive heard in a while , thats how hiphop should be like :)
    Name: (Posted: 7/25/2008 2:28:00 AM; Partial IP: 26.199.241)
    Location: orbiting nerubu
    Comment: I haven't heard it,but its in the mail. He handled the Tragedy , Saga of a hoodlum album.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 7/15/2008 3:00:00 PM; Partial IP: 205.224.10)
    Location: brooklyn
    Comment: shit is dope. kdef needs to release all of his old shit. his new shit aint hot like dat.
    Name: (Posted: 6/21/2008 5:07:00 AM; Partial IP: 13.130.7.7)
    Location: Odessa, Ukraine
    Comment: no doubt no doubt cant wait for this one too!!!
    Name: (Posted: 6/18/2008 12:51:00 PM; Partial IP: 6.9.126.26)
    Location: NJ
    Comment: fromdabricks . com had the following to say about this lp: Although I’ve been more than enthusiastic about the recent spate of releases from Jersey’s one and only K-Def, the thought of previously unheard material honed by the man himself during one of hip hop’s golden ages has had me understandably drooling at the mouth for the past couple of months. Sure enough, his latest release Beats From The ’90s delivers all that its title promises: for fans of that official boom bap, this is a release to cop with the swiftness. When I spoke to K-Def back in April I was a little concerned that this particular drop would be little more than a collection of previously released instrumentals from back in the day, but in reality it offers a whole lot more. Apart from ‘Ain’t No Crime’ and ‘Gettin’ Hot’ this is all new material to me, and it further confirms why K-Def should be held in the very highest of regards when it comes to consideration of producers who have made substantial contributions to the genre. What I really like about this compilation of largely unreleased work is that you can detect K-Def’s developing production aesthetic throughout the era, so whereas the aformentioned ‘Ain’t No Crime’ reeks of the earlier stages of the decade, tracks such as ‘Dramaz’ and ‘Been There Part 2′; tie in more closely with the contemporary material found on Willie Boo Boo: The Fool and The Article. Bottom line? It’s all bangin’. Ultimately, Beats From The ’90s feels good because it unashamedly presents the sort of delicately executed yet sophisticated production nuances that define an age that endures as one of the most creatively productive and ingenious in the genre’s history. Forget about the next big thing: for pure, unadulterated listening pleasure this latest installment from the Ghetto Man Beats camp easily ranks as one of the best things that 2008 has had to offer for serious fans of that ol’ boom bap. Cop it now and rub your hands at the thought of 24th June: disappointment is out of the question. - Dan Love
    Name: (Posted: 5/6/2008 9:13:00 AM; Partial IP: 79.239.224)
    Location: NYC
    Comment: I just can't wait to hear this shit out. K-Def is one of my fav producer. No doubt about that. I can't wait to bump this shit.I know this will be DOPE.
    Name: (Posted: 4/29/2008 4:59:00 PM; Partial IP: .5.180.242)
    Location: switzerland
    Comment: can't wait to hear it!!!
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