This Beat Is Mine! (*) Kenlou – Moonshine
Hard to believe Masters At Work launched their MAW Records label more than 20 years ago. This happened with the release of ‘Moonshine’ as a matter of fact. When havin’ a look at the boys’respective backgrounds, it’s easy to understand Kenny Dope took the lead on this. As most likely originating from a Hip-Hop surrounding. What rappers did on their art, Dope (simply) brought it to House Music. In other words, cleverly integrating samples. Therefore givin’ a brilliant demonstration as to what his culture is about.
Not that surprising at the end to realize where they got their inspiration from. Borrowing a sample from the live version of Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson‘s ‘Home Is Where The Hatred Is’.
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This Beat Is Mine! (*)
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