- BRONX, NY, United States
- WELCOME , I GO BY THE NAME OF RAYDO. I WAS RAISED IN THE SOUTH BRONX, NEW YORK CITY SINCE THE AGE OF SIX YRS OLD.GROWING UP IN THE BRONX I WAS SORROUND BY THE ELEMENTS OF HIP-HOP, GRAFFITI , DEEJAYING, BREAKDANCING, RAPPING. I HAVE CREATED THIS WEBSITE TO PRAISE & PAY HOMAGE TO THE MEN & WOMEN BEHIND THE BOARDS MAKING THE BEATS FOR ALL YOUR FAVORITE ARTISTS.REMEMBER HIP-HOP IS NOT DEAD AS LONG AS THE BEATS KEEP BANGIN'.
Monday, May 21, 2012
Blanco & Yukmouth f. Krondon & Mitchy Slick - "Hot Tamales"
The burning question for me lately has been when does the Spanish production team known as Cookin Soul find the time to sleep? Since discovering the work of Big Size, Milton and Zock on theirTribute to Teddy Pendergrass, I've been amazed at not only how versatile and prolific the team has remained, knocking out project after project without sacrificing quality for quantity but also how they're able to let all the emcees they produce for shine thanks to an understanding of what kind of beats are best for each artist. I really didn't have an appreciation for Fiend until the "Iron Chef" mixtape nor did I make a concerted effort to bring anything by Nipsey Hussle into the car to rock before Cookin Soul released their RAW album last month. The other rhyming half of RAW, Blanco, will once again be showing up on a project produced entirely by Cookin Soul, the Cookies & Cream EP. Also featuringLuniz' Yukmouth, Cookies & Cream leaked its first track this week which sees the two Bay Area emcees - along with 2/3 of Strong Arm Steady - ripping into beat from the Valencia trio that's named after a Mexican dish but takes second place right behind DJ Scratch's work on "What's Happenin'" for greatest use of a Bollywood sample. Truly global music to get excited about... - Michael Sheehan
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