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Juice Aleem - First Lesson



Juice Aleem First Lesson
Juice Aleem - First Lesson
(Download) Big Dada BDDNL146, 2009-08-10

Juice Aleem touches down with the first single from his forthcoming late-arriving debut album Jerusalaam Come. First Lesson does exactly what it says on the tin. Over a shuffling, chugging slice of classic Shadowless funk care of producer/MC Blackitude, Juice lays down the law to every wack MC, lame-ass trendy and posturing wannabe badman, throws in some foul thoughts and dirty deeds, before rounding things out with a sing-rap chorus of pop-itch catchiness. But Juice has also rounded up a bunch of like-minds and fellow travellers for a truly fantastic remix package. Evil Nine kick things off with an electro-breaks epic that sounds like the best of Justice, only with a better lyricist! Next up grime/dubstep producer of the moment Rude Kid turns in a brutal, pummelling take on the original, all vicious synth lines and bouncing drum patterns. Longtime Aleem-associate, Big Dada podcaster, DJ and producer A La Fu steps up next with a mix which combines great shimmering curtains of spooky keys with shuddering bass. Finally Blackitude delivers the Shadowless Domain remix, which hints at dubstep crossed with Hong Kong action movies. A superb package from a remarkable lyricist, this is the first of many lessons - lessons in doing it right, in caring about what you say and how you say it, in middle finger audacity and creative intelligence. Learning ain't usually so much fun…
DIDN'T MANAGE TO GET A PROMO COPY. DIDN'T RECEIVE ANY CODE TO LISTEN TO THE THING ONLINE. DEAD BEFORE RELEASE. SHAME!!

Juice Aleem First Lesson
Juice Aleem - First Lesson
(Download) Big Dada BDDNL146, 2009-08-10

Tracklisting :
01. First Lesson (radio edit) 3:43
02. First Lesson (Evil Nine Remix) 6:13
03. First Lesson ( Remix) 3:05
04. First Lesson (A La Fu Remix) 3:42
05. First Lesson (Shadowless Domain Remix) 4:11

Links :
myspace.com/jerusalaam
discogs.com/artist/Juice+Aleem
bigdada.com
myspace.com/bigdadarecords

Press Release :
Juice Aleem touches down with the first single from his forthcoming late-arriving debut album Jerusalaam Come.

"First Lesson" does exactly what it says on the tin. Over a shuffling, chugging slice of classic Shadowless funk care of producer/MC Blackitude, Juice lays down the law to every wack MC, lame-ass trendy and posturing wannabe badman, throws in some foul thoughts and dirty deeds, before rounding things out with a sing-rap chorus of pop-itch catchiness.

But Juice has also rounded up a bunch of like-minds and fellow travellers for a truly fantastic remix package. Evil Nine kick things off with an electro-breaks epic that sounds like the best of Justice, only with a better lyricist! Next up grime/dubstep producer of the moment Rude Kid turns in a brutal, pummelling take on the original, all vicious synth lines and bouncing drum patterns. Longtime Aleem-associate, Big Dada podcaster, DJ and producer A La Fu steps up next with a mix which combines great shimmering curtains of spooky keys with shuddering bass. Finally Blackitude delivers the Shadowless Domain remix, which hints at dubstep crossed with Hong Kong action movies.

A superb package from a remarkable lyricist, this is the first of many lessons - lessons in doing it right, in caring about what you say and how you say it, in middle finger audacity and creative intelligence. Learning ain't usually so much fun…
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