DJ Nu-Mark, Cut Chemist, Ben Blackwell, Z-Trip, Egon, Pete Rock, Just Blaze, Da Beatminerz, and more talk about some of their best finds for a special Record Store Day edition of Crate Diggers.
Produced by the world-famous Hip-Hop pioneers Da Beatminerz. From the upcoming album Chico Town.
Taken off the vinyl 7″ single “Sumthin’ (Beatminerz Remix) / Another World (Beatminerz Remix #2)” and the digital/cassette EP “Sumthin” on Ill Adrenaline Records. 7″ vinyl available on limited (100 copies) coke bottle clear vinyl and official black vinyl. Coke bottle clear vinyl and cassette version exclusively being sold on the Ill Adrenaline website: www.illadrenalinerecords.com. [cont.]
Three floors full of vinyl.
Produced by DA BEATMINERZ! From The EP FACE VALUE.
DJ Evil Dee gives fans an inside perspective on the unusual recording practices he took while mixing Black Moon’s debut album ‘Enta Da Stage.’ Hear more stories like this from the group tomorrow, Sept 29th, at South Paw as they’re taking part in a Red Bull Music Academy Q&A at 5PM. Following the Q&A is [cont.]
New video for Da Beatminerz produced banger.
New video from Apathy produced by Da Beatminerz. Apathy’s latest Honkey Kong is out now.
Da Beatminerz give us their top 5 producers.
The story on the above photo is actually when Kris came to HipHopSite to promote his Keep Right album. Dude in the hat is who we like to call “The Other Paul Rosenberg” – a local fitness trainer that is pretty much responsible for whipping the entire Las Vegas deejay community in to shape. The [cont.]
Chopped Herring Records will release the third in their unreleased Bushwick series of vinyl EP’s with the Shadez Of Brooklyn’s “Pandemonium” EP, produced entirely by Da Beatminerz at D&D Studios in 1996/1997. The group is best known for their underground classic “Change”, which is included on the EP, along with five other tracks including ‘Everyday [cont.]
In this game of flash in the pan one hit wonders there are rarely artists or producers that have staying power like Da Beatminerz. They have brought us classic albums like “Enta Da Stage” over a decade ago and are still going strong. They are still doing radio, still producing and still being looked at [cont.]
I gotta say I was thoroughly unimpressed with the original version of “Open”, a track which seemed to lack any sense of movement or much emotion. This “Open Remix” changes all of that. Using a slight re-working of the “Eric B. is President” beat as a foundation, The Beatminerz take you back to ’88 and deliver [cont.]
Da Beatminerz (Evil Dee, Mr. Walt, Baby Paul, Chocolate Ty, and Rich Blak) gained notoriety for being the architects behind the Boot Camp Click’s emergence. Yet, after producing classic debuts for Black Moon, and Smif N Wesson, the Boot Camp Click entered a new stage, one that saw them eschew their dark, and sinister sound [cont.]
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