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DJ Vadim - Like The Wind

dj vadim like the wind
DJ Vadim - Like The Wind
(12") Barely Breaking Even Records BBE12042, 2007-03-20

Tracklisting :
A1. Like The Wind ft Deuce Eclipse | listen
A2. Like The Wind ft Deuce Eclipse (Instrumental) | listen
A3. Like The Wind ft Deuce Eclipse (Accappella) | listen
B1. Boom Sumting ft Demolition Man | listen
B2. Boom Sumting ft Demolition Man (Instrumental) | listen
B3. Boom Sumting ft Demolition Man (Accappella) | listen

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Press Release :
The first single from DJ Vadim's forthcoming long player on BBE ('The Sound Catcher' due April 2007), see's him in typical form, whether it's Flamenco hip hop, Arabian space funk, or his special blend of reggae, quality is guaranteed. Hip hop but also so much more.

Featured guests :
Deuce Eclipse began rapping, dancing and beat-boxing at the age of ten and has not stopped since. He was the first of his generation born in the United States to Nicaraguan parents. His father was a musician who raised his family with singing and guitar playing, which would open the doors for Deuce to apply his own talent for singing to his music. As a rapper he learned to use his skills to speak about the society in which he was native to. He speaks and raps in both Spanish and English.

Demolition Man or Demo also known as Wayne Young, is a singer, songwriter, emcee, engineer, and producer. Demo's drive, love! and ene rgy can be felt through his words, power and sound in his musical creations. On the rocky road to being truly recognized and appreciated in the music industry, this hard-working artists', positivity and determination can literally be felt. Music has been Demolition Man's first love for over twenty years and there is no stopping him now.


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dead air dead air ·  24 January 2007, 02:49

it seems as tho vad is up to his usual bag of tricks, but then... if it ain't broke, don't fix it...

tho, i wonder why the shift away from ninja tune? he's one of the old boys on the block there. hmmm...

regardless, it should be a nice experience to hear the new lp. int ime for spring and summer.

but, if you have the chance, check out the one slf organically grown ep. my oh my that's some tasty schiznitz

over n out

MafiaGato MafiaGato ·  25 January 2007, 07:33


well, now One Self in ninja (under the hands of Vadim).
Vadim can try new experiences...
All can be good to the HipHop Culture.

Nice to see you here, old canadian/ninja street teamer ;)
your comments are always welcome.

dead air dead air ·  06 February 2007, 06:52

he he yep. vad's the dad when it comes to abtract beetz, and tasty pop treats!!!

THX LA PAZ, nice to have a supporter. but i'm a shanghai boy now. the whitest chinaman in the world!!!

over n' out

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