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Steppin into Tomorrow with SNF 004 11.30.09 on Dubstep.FM


Steppin Into TomorrowThere’s so much music that comes out in dubstep that it’s deadly difficult to even begin to select tracks!  Because of this I went 30 minutes overtime this show, just too many tunes to play.  New to this episode is a forthcoming release by Jus Wan on Tube10, two tracks from KingThing destined for release, two tracks off Sines’ new EP on L2S Recordings, two off Pinch’s Get Up remix EP just out, and much much more.  To the tunes:

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Tracklist (64 tracks, 2h 35min):

Pinch - One Blood One Source (Distance Remix) (Tectonic)
Kromestar - Inside (Dubstar)
Jus Wan - Dreamin (forthcoming Tube10)
Deepchild - Wannado (Gravious Remix) (Sub Continental Dub)
DJ Madd - Someone (Breakage Unspecified Remix) (Blackbox)
Luke Envoy - Feel Red (Stretched)
Shortstuff - Stuff (Ramp)
Headhunter - Prototype (Modeselektor’s Broken Handbrake Remix) (Tempa)
Peverelist - Jarvik Mindstate (Punch Drunk)
Cluekid - Shifty (Earwax)
Gemmy - Wata Down Sound (Planet Mu)
Pinch - Get Up (RSD Remix) (Tectonic)
Headhunter - Sex at the Prom (Tempa)
Synkro - Connected (Synkro)
NAT - Black Widow (Ill Boding Remix) (Bass Punch)
Freeland - Wish I Was Here (TRG Remix) (Marine Parade)
KingThing - Beuno (forthcoming ??)
Littlefoot and Dawntreader - Dreamin of U (Night Audio)
Sines - Still Foolish (L2S Recordings)
Sines - Tenderoni (L2S Recordings)
Cosmic Revenge - Cold Hearted (unreleased)
Pulsar - Splash (unreleased)
Geiom - No More Tears (Berkane Sol)
Peverelist - Bluez (Punch Drunk)
LD - Traumatic Times (Hyperdub)
Mark Pritchard & Ommas Keith - Wind It Up (Hyperdub)
Zomby - Expert Tuition (Ramp)
Spatial - 90807 (Infrasonics)
Planetary Assault Systems - X Speaks to X (Al Tourettes and Appleblim Remix) (Ostgut Ton)
Taz Buckfaster - 20 Red (Rwina)
Clouds - Elders (Wadadda Remix) (Jahtari)
Kromestar - The Buddha (Dubstar)
JazzyJazzy - Loved and Lost (??)
Quest - The Unknown (Deep Medi)
Silkie - Planet X (Deep Medi)
ID and Skinnz - The Blues (Mata Syn)
Wachs Lyrical - Ranger (forthcoming Double Drop)
Distance - Clockwork (Tectonic)
Demon and Versa - Drifter (forthcoming Filthy Digital)
Numan - 7th Key (Wicky Lindows)
Silverlink ft Badness and Jammer - The Message Is Love (Starkey Remix) (No Hats No Hoods)
NastyNasty - The Reef (Frite Nite)
Guido - Chakra (Punch Drunk)
KingThing - Flutter (forthcoming L2S Recordings)
Four Tet - Love Cry (Joy Orbison Remix) (Domino)
FBOM - Up (unreleased)
Submerse - 94 (Night Audio)
Ramadanman and Appleblim - Justify (Apple Pips)
Untold - I can’t Stop This Feeling (Pangaea Remix) (Hemlock)
FBOM - Like You Did For Me (unreleased)
HxdB - Sunburst (Echodub)
DJG & XI - Putney Says (forthcoming Surefire Sound)
Joy Orbison - J. Doe (Doldrums)
Von D - Berlin Call (forthcoming Argon)
Hektagon - Inside the Tube (Freakz of Nature)
Instra:Mental - Forbidden (Apple Pips)
Bakir and Dubsworth - Beg to Differ (unreleased)
Hyetal - Gold or Soul (Soul Motive)
Scuba - Negative (Naked Lunch)
Dom Hz - Missile (Subdepth)
Pinch - Get Up (Guido Remix) (Tectonic)
Untold - Stop What You’re Doing (James Blake Remix) (Hemlock)
Mount Kimbie - Sketch on Glass (Hotflush)
King Midas Sound - Earth a Kill Ya (Hyperdub)

 

DJ Dials Joker Promo mix and a Free Gucci Mane Remix


DJ Dials hooked me up with this hot promo mix for the Joker & Nomad show on friday where he’s playing at the Frite Nite showcase (along with NastyNasty).  This one is really diverse, with some of that Joker purple sound, Hudson Mohawke, alien synth sounds from Eskmo, Fantastic Mr. Fox and Ikonika, and filthy tracks from Stagga, Sduk and Skream.  Love these selections and the way the intensity ebbs and flows. Get on the DL!

Full info on the Joker show here.

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Tracklist:

1. Bleep Show - Fantastic Mr. Fox
2. Let Them Sing - Eskmo
3. Cruel Intentions (Joker Remix) - Simian Mobile Disco
4. Clunge - Sduk
5. Sick as Sin (Ultra VIP) - Stagga
6. FUSE - Hudson Mohawke
7. Serious VIP - Noah D
8. Tron - Joker
9. Part 3 - Cunt Traxx
10. Jerk It (Megasoid Remix) - Thunderheist
11. Meta Lick!! - Skream
12. Wata Down Sound - Gemmy
13. Trapperkeeper - Low Limit
14. Dublicker - Unknown
15. Damn Girl - NastyNasty
16. Another Trashy Love - Ooah
17. Freaky Girl (Dj Dials Remix) - Gucci Mane
18. Hendt - Eprom
19. Phonelines VIP - Ikonika
20. Teen Souls Burning - Rustie

He also was kind enough to make his remix of Freaky Girl available for free, check this one out:

Gucci Mane - Freaky Girl (DJ Dials Remix)

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Steppin into Tomorrow with SNF 003 11.23.09 on Dubstep.FM


Steppin Into TomorrowThis newest episode is all over the place musically, starting with some deepness, into some vocal hiphop reworkings of dubstep tracks, off to an alien world inhabited only by synthesizers, some kuduro influenced tunes, and heading out on some darker business.  Fresh tracks from FBOM, Pangaea and James Blake on Untold remixes,Guido, Bakir and Dubsworth, Cosmic Revenge, JazzyJazzy, NastyNasty and many more.

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Tracklist (55 tunes, 2h 12m):

DJG - NYC (unreleased)
ID - Leaves (Mata Syn)
Luke Envoy - M.U.G.E.N. (Wonderland)
Kryptic Minds - Stepping Stone (Swamp81)
Baby Kites - Reef (The Agriculture)
Bakir and Dubsworth - Beg to Differ (unreleased)
Peverelist - Infinity is Now (Tectonic)
FBOM - Like You Did For Me (unreleased)
Scuba - Speak (Naked Lunch)
Untold - I Can’t Stop This Feeling (Pangaea Remix) (Hemlock)
Cosmic Revenge - Cold Hearted (free online)
Jus Wan - Dwell (forthcoming Pushing Red)
Massive Music - Find My Way (Kode9 Remix) (Hyperdub)
The Brown Acid - Try Humanity (Starkey Dub) (N.E.W.S.)
NastyNasty - The Reef (Frite Night)
Elucid - My Mayor is a Billionaire (free online)
Chrissy Murderbot - Roll Another One (Tremor Dub Refix) (Sleazetone)
12th Planet vs Ras Kass - West Coast Dub (free online)
Numan - 7th Key (Wicky Lindows)
Sharps - My Little Pony (Saedos)
Guido - Beautiful Complication (Punch Drunk)
Eskmo - San Francisco (The Rhythm) (Ancestor)
Fused Forces - Prefer to be Plastered (Scruffy Hoodlum)
Untold - Stop What You’re Doing (Hemlock)
Untold - Stop What You’re Doing (James Blake Remix) (Hemlock)
Guido - Chakra (Punch Drunk)
Gemmy - Johnny 5 (Planet Mu)
Zeno - Feel It (unreleased)
Ikonika - Smuck (Planet Mu)
Cauto & Das Nevez - Alegria (Disboot)
Baobinga and ID - Man Down (free online)
Jakes - Calypso (Soul Jazz)
Mr. Gasparov - Solstice (Disboot)
uXuKa - Sangre (Disboot)
Pangaea - Memories (whitelabel)
Cosmic Revenge - Diving Deep (forthcoming L2S)
Duncan Powell - Care 4 Me (Whistla Remix) (free online)
FBOM - Untitled (unreleased)
Digital Mystikz - Neverland (DMZ)
Roxy vs El-B - Endorse and Set It (Ghost)
Vista - Ukodus (Sequence)
Chainsaw Sound - Mondo Dub (free online)
Bakir and Dubsworth - No Curfew (unreleased)
Demon and Versa - Drifter (forthcoming Filthy Digital)
Kial - The Skywalker (Sub Pressure)
Clubroot - Talisman (Lo Dubs)
Silkie - Illegal Immigrant (Cloqworq)
Distance - Traffic (Goth-Trad Remix) (Planet Mu)
MNUVR - Go Up (forthcoming ???)
SP:MC and Joker D - Bad Dreams (Tempa)
LV ft Dandelion - Turn Away (Hyperdub)
JazzyJazzy - Loved and Lost (??)
Jose James - Blackmagic (Joy Orbison’s Recreation) (Brownswood)
6blocc - Tru Love (Digital 6)
Fat Freddy’s Drop - Cay’s Crays (DMZ Remix)

 

Just announced - GEMMY tonight with Sam Supa, Jon Holiday, and Cyan


Location: Red Sky Records (map & info)
Description: Gemmy sticks around to play another night in SF after last Friday at the GetFreaky Afterburn. This one more low-key for the heads at Red Sky with big local support.
Date: 2009-09-16
 

I.D. - Exclusive September Promo Mix


I.D.I just got sent this mix this morning from Manchester-based DJ I.D. (Earwax, Enchufada, Heavy Artillery) and I’ve been rinsing it all day.  It’s exclusive to the site for the time being and heading to more places soon.  I.D.’s releases recently (especially the Earwax one) have been stellar, take note.

Back to the mix - it’s got forthcoming tunes from Gemmy, TRG, DJ Madd, Toasty, and more.  What REALLY got me was the Baobinga & I.D. remix of the kuduro artist DJ Znobia out on the Portuguese label Enchufada which broke the kuduro legends Buraka Som Sistema.  I am such a fan of kuduro it’s irrational, here’s a mix or two to check out the style.  It’s basically Angolan music fused with Portuguese urban rhythms and it’s one of the most danceable genres of music that exists.  This mix from I.D. has a section in the middle that’s heavily influenced by kuduro that starts with the DJ Znobia remix and is the highlight of the mix for me.  Big respect on this sound, I really need to hear more.

The mix starts with futuristic off-key or wonky sounds, moves into some deeper vibes with a touch of wobble, the kuduro segment, and maintains intensity to the end.  Solid mixing, solid selections, put it on your mp3 player now.

San Franciscans need to check track 3 in this mix titled “Rainbow Road” by Gemmy and then come see him along with Mary Anne Hobbs, Akira Kiteshi, and loads more tomorrow night.

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Tracklist:

Rossi B & Luca - Don’t Cry Soundbwoy (I.D. rmx) - Heavy Artillery
I.D. vs Skinnz - The Blues (Earwax)
Gemmy - Rainbow Road (Planet Mu dub)
I.D. - Leaves (Mata Syn dub)
Relocate - Origins (Iberian Records dub)
TRG - New In Town (dub)
F-Word - Death Valley (I.D. remix) (Dusted Breaks dub)
DJ Madd - Wot 2 Play (dub)
DJ Znobia - Me Batem (Baobinga & I.D. remix) (Enchufada)
Baobinga & I.D. - Tongue Riddim (Build dub)
L-Vis1990 - United Groove (Baobinga & I.D. remix) (Mad Decent dub)
I.D. - Clipper (dub)
Viper Corps - Overclocked (I.D. remix) (Lucky Break dub)
I.D. - Tell Ya (dub)
Toasty - Lickable (dub)

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Mary Anne Hobbs - Wild Angels


Mary Anne Hobbs has a new compilation album coming out on Planet Mu on September eighth and man are the selections excellent and diverse, as expected from both MAH and Planet Mu.  If you aren’t familar with Mary Anne Hobbs then get to know: she runs a hugely influential radio show on the BBC’s Radio 1 and has been called the modern day John Peel.  Forward-looking beats from artists like Hudson Mohawke, Brackles, Untold, Starkey, Nosaj Thing, and many more come together yielding an excellent compilation of 2009 dubstep/hip hop/wonky/robot music.  Exclusive tracks from Gemmy, Teebs, Hyetal, Darkstar, and Floating Points should cause even the most well-educated to take note and Planet Mu nailed it by pressing all of those to 12″ vinyl for the DJs.

Surefire sums it up excellently:

This album represents emerging new Transatlantic sounds progressing
future-forward from dubstep, hip-hop, soul and electronic centered in
Glasgow, Bristol, London and on America’s West Coast. The album
displays many tiers of sound, embodying the best from the artists
often featured on Mary Anne’s esteemed BBC Radio 1 show.

It features pioneering tracks, such as Hudson Mohawke’s ‘Spotted’ and
Rustie’s ‘ZigZag’ which have been highly influential in the
evolutionary process, underground dancefloor anthems such as Starkey’s
‘Gutter Music VIP’, devastating cerebral pieces like Mark Pritchard’s
‘?’ and exclusive tracks from next generation artists such as Teebs’
‘WLTA’ and Gemmy’s ‘Rainbow Road.’

The title ‘Wild Angels’ comes from an expression that Mary Anne used
to describe the crucially influential work of the late Alice Coltrane
on her BBC Radio 1 ‘West Coast Rocks’ special. She said: “Alice
Coltrane plays her harp like a wild angel.”  Planet Mu label head Mike
Paradinas loved it so much he suggested it as a title.

Dom Sum of LuckyMe produced an excellent video to go with an abbreviated mix of the tracks on the comp.  Very nice visualizations here that blend superbly with the audio.  Great package here all things considered.

To accompany the compilation release Mary Anne’s doing a US tour north, east, south, and west.  I hope there’s one in your area:

Thursday, September 10 Smartbar (DubFix Party) – Chicago, IL
Friday, September 11  103 Harriet St, (Afterburn Party) – San Francisco, CA
Saturday, September 12 The Cellar at Agenda - San Jose, CA
Wednesday, September 16 Holocene – Portland, OR
Friday, September 18  Love (Dub War Party) – New York, NY
Saturday, September 19 Shadow Lounge (SubDivision Party) – Pittsburgh, PA
Sunday, September 20  Barcelona (MadClassy Party) – Austin, TX
Wednesday, September 23 Low End Theory – Los Angeles, CA
Friday, September, 25   Cervantes (Bass Invasion Party) w/Skream – Denver, CO
Saturday, September, 26 Decibel Festival – Seattle, WA

Here’s the full tracklist with exclusives in bold - mouthwatering!  Audio previews available thanks to Planet Mu.

01 Mark Pritchard - ?
02 Hudson Mohawke– Spotted
03 Gemmy – Rainbow Road
04 Mike Slott - Knock Knock
05 Brackles - LHC
06 Teebs – WLTA
07 Nosaj Thing - IOIO
08 Untold - Discipline
09 Tranqill - Payroll (Paul White’s Clean Dub)
10 Architeq - Sleeping Bear Lament (Take Remix)
11 Rustie - ZigZag
12 Mono/Poly - Red And Yellow Toys
13 Hyetal - We Should Light A Fire
14 Starkey - Gutter Music V.I.P.
15 Darkstar - Videotape
16 Floating Points - Esthian Three
17 Sunken Foal - Of Low Count And Light Pocket
18 Legion Of Two - And Now We Wait

Keep your ears open - this drops September eighth.

 

Ricky Switch presents the DubRap mixtape ft Sky-I, Starski, and more


Dub Rap FrontDub Rap Back
Ricky Switch, Pimp Hop Records, and a host of MCs from the Bay Area and beyond present Dub Rap volume 1, a hype and diverse mixtape of dubstep and glitch beats with MCs on the track.  Styles are diverse including autotuned flows, screwed & chopped cuts, glitched out beats and ragga MCs.  This one’s a guaranteed party rocker with an excellent job by the MCs over a killer selection of dubstep beats. Get it for free at dubrap.com.  Highlights for me include Fed the Thief, Fever, Monster, Chains, Wide Open, Big Up, and Yes I’m Back, and for the top two I’d have to go with Rankin Scroo on My Trees and Dub Life. Stream it here:
They say in the intro jungle or dubstep is the only natural progression for hiphop, I’m not sure it’s the only one but I think the sound has been moving in that direction for a while. Some examples here from J. Dilla:

Here’s the official summary of the mixtape:

Over a year in the making, countless hours logged, blood, sweat, and tears poured into it, and it’s day has finally arrived, Enter: Dub Rap. This new genre of music has been defined and developed thru the making of DJ Ricky Switch’s newest mixtape: Dub Rap Volume1, featuring One Drop. Put your seat belts on it’s gonna be a bumpy ride, but if your ears are ready to hear the future of music, stay tuned….Rewind four years prior, to a remote island off the north coast of Ireland where a young, but seasoned DrumNBass DJ named Ricky Switch was first being being exposed to wobble basslines, boom bap slaps, and a whole new sound of music which he soon found himself engulfed in, Dubstep. Shortly after, Ricky packed his bags and moved out to California, the San Francisco Bay Area to be exact. He found his way DJ’ing the few Dubstep and DnB shows that he could find, and doing so he also became involved in the local hip hop scene, where he joined the underground rap group Distant Relatives. In due course, he would share a studio with local Bay Area Rapper Starski, and while Ricky would be bumping dubstep dj sets in one room, Starski and his crew were knocking out raps in the other. It was only a matter of time before peanut butter met the chocolate and Reese’s Pieces was made, or as they call it Dub Rap.

During the process of working on the mixtape, they created a marriage the authentic sounds of UK Dubstep music and hardcore underground bay area MC’s and singers. Instantly, the artists became fully engrossed in the sounds and space that Dubstep offers a vocalist and found many ways to deliver their art form. Over 50 tracks were recorded in a year’s time, and only about half of them made it to the mixtape (respect to the ones that didn’t). The Dub Rap sound that came out of this experience is an intense mix of otherworldly sounds courtesy of UK Dubstep rhythms, and the future of bay area and worldwide hip hop music.

This project was done with much praise and respect given to the originators of Dubstep, and the producers who made the music that made this mix possible. It’s aimed at giving the genre another avenue to allow it to grow and to expose more people to it’s undeniable sound and originality. The core artists (the mcs/ singers) involved have no doubts that they will continue to work within this medium of art to allow their creative juices to flourish and expand on an ever broadening horizon of Dubstep visions. Their is no question that the genre of “Dubrap” will catch on with other artists the world over, and allow rappers and singers alike to grow into the next millennium of audio murder: Dubstep and now Dubrap.

 

Dubstep LA Mixtape Preview courtesy Plastician


See here for the Dubstep LA mixtape: dubstepped or GetDarker

This is going to be the summer that dubstep exploded. The growth over the past year or so has been rampant with an estimated tenfold more shows in San Francisco so far this year than last year. This is only going to continue in the face of this mixtape due to come out in about a month. I don’t even have the full tracklist but the bits that I’ve heard destined for the mix make me know that this is going to get rinsed everywhere, including grocery store speakers, pop radio stations, and so forth. Whether this is good or bad is up for debate. Personally I love this sound and know that it will keep evolving. I was blown away when I first heard produers like Joker or Gemmy that they didn’t have hiphop MCs queueing to flow over the tracks and now it’s finally happening.

Alexander Spit

Living Legends

Snoop Dogg

Xzibit

The mixtape is called “Mr Grustle and Tha Russian Present Dubstep LA.There are at least 6 tracks on it though I’m not sure on the official tracklist. Plastician (rinse.fm, Terrorhythm, Surefire) is mixing the tracks for the mixtape and sampled a bunch of them yesterday on his weekly rinse.fm radio show (download). I got so excited that I’m going to post samples from the set. Some of these are predictable, but some really blew me away, especially the Grouch and Eligh vs Vex’d cut. These previews are low quality with talking over them but I don’t care, give it a listen and take it in.

Before I post these I have to give credit to the people that have been producing similar work for time, notably DJ Nappy and the Rock The Dub THUGSTEP series (free downloads there), Dread Foxx, gWorm (see his recent mix), AC Slater (check here), Rx and Chae Hawk (check Malt Liquor on Rx’s space), KidLogic with the cali remixed EP (he as another one coming out this summer), and the Totally Unauthorized album by MRK1 and Chimpo.  Late breaking additions: forgot the remix tendencies of 6blocc, Parson, and the Dumbsteppaz. Also check out this early tune from Nebulla plus DJ Dore on La Dubstep Nostra.

Right, back to the mixtape. The general theme is existing dubstep productions iced by a variety of hiphop MCs. Beats are pretty raw and edgy including two bits from Chase & Status. First up, the first one released and the one that started a HUGE discussion in the scene about the future of dubstep, Snoop Dogg Millionaire:

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And Plastician’s remix of Snoop Dogg Millionaire (I like this one much more):

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Now for the freshness. I’m starting off with the track that I was feelin the most which is The Grouch and Eligh of Living Legends over the Jamie Vex’d remix of Scuba - Twitch. Listening to a teaser of this track is like eating just one pringle: leaves you wanting more and more and more.

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Next we’ve got Murs vs Chase & Status - Madhouse. Madhouse is a SERIOUS tune in a similar style to Eastern Jam and Saxon. Murs rips it. Love this one too.

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Fifth tune is from Alexander Spit based here in San Francisco over Rusko - Mr. Chips. Again this one is BAD. When I first envisioned MCs over dubstep it wasnt over tracks like Chase & Status and Rusko’s productions, but man it works well.

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Last but definitely not least is Jimmy Jams vs Rustie & Joker - Play Doe. Play Doe has been asking for an MC from day and I’m amazed it took this long to get one on it. Jimmy Jams destroys the mic, big sounds.

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The only other info I have is that there’s a still unheard tune with Xzibit vs D1 which has serious potential. Gotta get the mixtape to hear that one :)

For more info check twitter/dubstepla, twitter/djplastician, and this site. Now looking forward I’d really like to hear Busta Rhymes, Aesop Rock, Keak da Sneak, and tons of other MCs over dubstep, especially over the sounds of folks like Joker, Jakes, Gemmy, Guido, Plastician, Noah D, Starkey, and so on. Gonna get wild this summer!!!

The last thing I’ll say is to the haters both in press and in the forums is that a musical style is made to evolve. Dubstep itself evolved from dark garage and is currently an alamgam of many different genres of music. To claim that something like the introduction of American hiphop MCs to the sound of dubstep will “commercialize” or “ruin” the sound is shortsighted. This sound is a new dimension in dubstep, yet another sound that falls under the name of “dubstep.” The exact reason this music is so magical to me is because of the variety of sounds that are all “dubstep” so adding another dimension just means for more diverse mixes. Tell Miles Davis that by recording Bitches Brew he ruined Jazz. Tell Elvis that his sound ruined the blues. Tell Grandmaster Flash that mixing breaks ruined funk. And if you’re really not feeling it then just don’t play it.

 

Outlaw Producer & Troubleman - Extra


Outlaw Producer

Trouble Man

Today I’m happy to post a tune out of the Austin, Tx production duo of Outlaw Producer and Trouble Man. This beat is done in a wonky style and is sick. Putting it up here because the split between this, dubstep, grime, crunk, glitch hop, and etc is sort of meaningless at times. This song is excellent, and would compete with any Joker, Guido, Gemmy, Rustie, or Jakes tune in my book. Serious business. Take note.

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