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Suff Daddy - Kill Bill / Drama



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Suff Daddy - Kill Bill / Drama (feat. Kissey Asplund)
(7") Melting Pot Music MPM049, 2007-11-30

Tracklisting :
A1. Kill Bill
B1. Drama (feat. Kissey Asplund)

Links :
mpmsite.com/
myspace.com/mpmworldwide
myspace.com/suffdaddy

Press Release :
Introducing the MPM Beat 45 series! Beat tapes were yesterday, today it's all about Beat 45s. At least over here at MPM.

We are kicking off a new series focusing on the beatmaker/producer. The concept is simple: taking a raw and uncut dope beat and putting it on 45 single. It can have some vocals too but it has to be strong enough to stand for itself.

For Volume 1 we have hooked up with Suff Daddy an up and coming producer from Berlin. Suff Daddy is spending an unhealthy amount of time in the lab making beats and has a solid perchant for Tanqueray. "Kill Bill" is a straight up banger, simple as that. "Drama" features Swedish songstress Kissey Asplund (check her solo single on BBE). All Beat 45s are limited to 1.000 copies!
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