Kid sister dating a trak
(And A-Trak released this mix on his site for free, meaning you get a hell of a lot more than you pay for.) Still, there are a couple signs of restlessness here. " and DJ Craze's remix of Donnis' "Gone"-- both of which are excellent but feel more like intermissions than continuations of the mix.A-Trak drops the mash-up conceit for a couple of exclusive tracks-- Carte Blanche's Kid Sister collaboration "Do! And then there's the last track, which pulls out a sudden, final left-turn away from the electro-house vibe: that's Yung L.I got inside right when Kid Sister was taking the stage.She played for 15 minutes, and then brought Kanye on.In 2004, A-Track was booked to play a show at a tiny record shop in London. Few months after the show, he was hired as a personal tour DJ by the hip-hop star Kanye West.
Well, nothing ventured, nothing gained; at least the majority of is enough to make you feel like there's still some life in this franchise yet.
A.'s "Ain't I" over Joker's euphoric wobble-bass colossus "Tron", and its arm-swinging lope annihilates everything in the previous 43 minutes.
Besides the fact that he was wearing what I think was a big, nasty fur coat, Kanye West‘s surprise set at the Flavorpill ‘One Step Beyond’ party in the Museum of Natural History in NYC last night was pretty sweet (Jan 25, 2008). Kanye’s appearance made up for the fact that I missed the Cool Kids.
That does make the awkward matchups stick out more.
"Vampires Going Ham" is the most egregious example: replacing Grade A Muzik's brilliant Def Jam '86-gone-ATL beat is a tall order, and using DJ Touché's horror-prog "Vampires" necessitates that Pill's flow be chopped up and spread out until all the urgency and punch is completely drained from it.And say what you will about Soulja Boy as an MC, but it makes a lot of sense to transplant his simplistic dance-rap into a subtle-as-a-pile-driver house track like the Martin Brothers' "Dum".