Will Justice ever produce a new track that we’ll all instantly get behind and not assume is fake? Way to go pranksters, you got us good.
So being a Canadian blog, we get excited when our fellow countrymen are releasing tunes. As a Canadian, I get REALLY excited when former cast members of my favourite television programme becomes a rapper of note. It’s even better when said rapper of note gets together with an awesome Canadian DJ, and things go off. I was kind of blown away to see Jimmy walking around like it was no big deal. I’m talking about DRAKE if you weren’t paying attention.
This is a fun little edit/remix that sends Wayne home and makes it RAVE.
Another duo with Loonies to blow happen to be my buddies PIRANHA PIRANHA are lighting it up fridays at their own night MODERN MATH, and will be opening up for DIPLO in Calgary OH SHEESH!
Please listen to their rework of the classic DIGITALISM tune:
That genre was coined by the now defunkt G.I. Joe Killaz. You see, they murdered all the Joes, and then Cobra Commander retired taking his explosive analogue dancefloor weaponry with him. Destro and The Baroness still blast out there laser rhymes but without the Joes to battle they’re now broadening their lasergun rap empire and calling themselves The Killaz.
The point of all this is that Pauly Crush just sent me a mashup with filtered synth attacks of the Bloody Beetroots sliced with west coast gangsta rap. At first the combination sounded a bit scrambled. After a couple listens though the genres felt more cohesive and it found its way into my robotdisco arsenal.
The only rap I listened to was in grade 8 when I bought some cassette tapes in the Rap Traxx series. That’s it really. It’s funny that now at thirty, I’m exposed to a vast spectrum of music in pop culture and I see it as a turning point late night entertainment. If it weren’t for mashups and remixes aimed at the dancefloor I wouldn’t hear any of it.
BONUS MP3: G.I. Joe Killaz – Cobra Forever