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Q-Tip - Work It Out (Grant Phabao Remix)

Q-Tip Work It Out Grant Phabao Remix

For those left who don't know who the guy is, Q-Tip is a former member of the famous hip hop band A Tribe Called Quest. He's just released a new solo album, which is quite good even for some major company shit. He'll be playing in Paris on March, 9th at l'Elysee Montmartre, but the show is already sold out. If you haven't got your ticket already then you haven't been ripped of 44€ (yes you've read it: 44 fucking Euros). We're kind enough to appease any hyped feelings of yours with a free and exclusive remix of the single Q-Tip had released just before his Renaissance album. It's called Work It Out and was only available as a promo 12 inch released in 2007. Now here's the Grant Phabao reggae remix - another instant neo-retro classic, as if recorded decades ago at Studio One in Jamaica...

Q-Tip Work It Out Grant Phabao Remix
Q-Tip - Work It Out (Grant Phabao Remix)
(Exclusive MP3 download on 2009-02-27

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zephir zephir ·  20 April 2009, 15:40

Hey there!

I love your blog, it keeps me up to date of my favourite releases (tru thoughts) and you dish out great podcasts! I am not an avid reggae fan, but still the Grant Phabao remixes hit home. I would love to spin some in my DJ sets, so if you could provide me with some 256kbps versions I'd be thankful!

Keep up the good work!

mustik mustik ·  20 April 2009, 15:42

hi people, lllluuuuuurve the site...
listened to the great q-tip remix, and apparently there is a 256k version for us dj's...


morgan cannon morgan cannon ·  20 April 2009, 15:43

Hi Paris Dj's just stumbled over this site and would love to some some upcoming releases for a new night I'm starting in London. It's in the early stages of plans but would be great to start laying st idas out sooner rather than later.

Styles of music played will hip hop, broken beat, nu jazz, electro, oldschool and new funk, jazz, chill, film score and anything else that fits the wild-ish style sets that we will be laying down!!! Ha ha....

Much appreciation

Will be checking out the mixes next.

Chris Chris ·  20 April 2009, 15:44

please send me the 256 versions of ac/dc 's :let......and the last q-tip version.thanx

sokstar sokstar ·  20 April 2009, 15:45

I am a DJ in Japan. I would like to get MP3 version of Q-Tip - Work It Out (Grant Phabao Remix).

Rustam Ospanov Rustam Ospanov ·  20 April 2009, 15:46

Please, please, please...
Dig this brilliant version!
How can I get a higher quality version?
Thanks in advance.

PS: really happy I found you!

Energy FM
Almaty, Kz

bodoo bodoo ·  20 April 2009, 15:47

Hello Dear Paris DJs
i like the track very much, would like to play it around. radio:
and parties as well where eva i go.
Merci Bocup!


Ennio Styles Ennio Styles ·  20 April 2009, 16:04


I'm a Grant Phabao fan and host of the Stylin radio show in Melbourne, Australia. Would love the hifi versions of Grant's ACDC and QTip remixes (and any other treats of his!).

Many thanks

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