Endlessly scrolling an Instagram feed occasionally has it’s benefits. Such is this case with this little jam that I found through a comment rabbit hole on a relatively well known DJ’s page. I can’t recall who the heck that was, but I do remember the comment on their post thanking them for their support. I liked the music I was hearing from DJ Unknown’s post, so I went to the other page.
From there I saw some posts prompting this next song. It’s a bop with big buildups and breakdowns utilizing a vocal chop of the first hit rap song ever, Rapper’s Delight by the Sugarhill Gang. Clever use and a proper bass groove make it all happen.
Get after it.
Not a Test by Keeld, Frents
JT James is a DJ, producer and writer based out of Vancouver, Canada. A veteran of the DJ and recording worlds. he has produced several projects in the genres of hip hop and electronic music under various aliases such as James Divine, Track Nicholson and Sandy Villanova. When he’s not on the decks, in the studio or staring into a blank word document you can catch him at the beach, hiking through the forest or telling people how much yoga can change their life.