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Hydroponic Sound System - Choice Cuts Vol.2

Hydroponic Sound System Choice Cuts Vol 2Hydroponic Sound System Choice Cuts Vol 2
Hydroponic Sound System - Choice Cuts Vol.2
(12") Swedish Brandy SB009, 12th December, 2005-12-12

Tracklisting :
A1. 50K (feat. Bavu Blakes)
A2. Catch A Flashback (feat. S'Ence)
A3. Flashback Beats
A4. 50 Beats
A5. Rush Beats
B1. Reggie Rush (feat. Headkrack)
B2. Live Form B-Boy City
B3. Big Fat Hater (feat. MYK)
B4. Big Fat Bonus Beats

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This is the second release from Hydroponic Sound System. This time they are back with five hot tracks ranging from banning hip hop sounds to dancefloor breaks. New collaborations on this release is the amazing vocalist S'Ence and rapper MYK. S'Ence has previously worked with producers like Symbolyc One (S1) & Illmind. Their work can be found on the album "The Art Of One Mind" on BBE recordings. Hydroponic Sound System is the Dallas-based hip-hop collective whose version of dusted, musical hip-hop can best be described as global soul. Combining a myriad of elements into one coherent and deep sound, producers Skinny Fresh and Rube collaborate with multiple MCs and musicians to create music that taps into diverse influences ranging from Kraftwerk to dub to afro-beat to dancefloor jazz to late 80s NY rap.


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