Assault has recently started his own label: Jefferson Ave. If you can think of a better way to start the week than with an immaculately blended selection of 28 Assault productions then you've probably got a better life than us. He grew up discovering House and Techno music in the mid 80's. Stop It, Quit It, Cut It Out 21. He describes his sound as.
No, it was neither of these. Was it helping Jarvis Cocker with a faulty Oyster card top-up machine only to bump into him again the next day? Rise Below It All 17. Assault has recently started his own label: Jefferson Ave. On November 15, 2008, Assault officially declared to Detroit at a event that he does not represent Ghetto Tech and never did. He grew up discovering House and Techno music in the mid 80's. He soon released 'Straight Up Detroit Shit, Vol.
Though the ghetto duo do an admirable job of laying rhymes over their hip-hop beats on this, their first attempt at rap, their lack of noteworthy lyrical content becomes stale after the jokes and attitude get old. Livin' The Good Life 4. Take It In The Face 9. He soon released 'Straight Up Detroit Shit, Vol. The duo then parted ways and Assault would go on to set up his own label Jefferson Ave. The first album of this two-record set features the duo's brand of potent gangster rap, which merges the violent egomania of with the pornographic sexism of.
De', are well represented on this release. The second disc of this album is a perfect place for newcomers to get a quick education in not only 's late '90s canon but also in his quick mixing style. Put Yo Wiegh On It 20. If U Freaky And U Know It 15. He describes his sound as.
. Was it having a piss next to Steve Lamacq at a Colchester United match? Mo' Gutt Than Butt Dub 11. The duo then parted ways and Assault would go on to set up his own label Jefferson Ave. I Think Of U 28. After experiencing the two very different albums it becomes apparent that and De' should stick to producing beats and their booty anthems or else continue to sharpen their rapping skills. Take Dem Drawls Off 6.
Play Wit My Drums 18. Look for the Mo Wax re-release, which conveniently removes the rap disc, leaving only the mix disc. Sitting somewhere between electro's synthetic sheen and the rough-hewn edge of positively-pornographic funk, ghettotech was and is primarily concerned with fucking. Trax Dat Head over for all the info you need about what's sure to be the one of the most raucous nights out of the year. On November 15, 2008, Assault officially declared to Detroit at a event that he does not represent Ghetto Tech and never did.
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