From The Midnight Life, available now.
Produced by DJ Quik.
One producer that doesn’t really get his due props is Compton’s DJ Quik. Sure, the man has produced some defining LA classics, even spotted working on Dr. Dre’s Detox at one point, after producing Truth Hurts’ “Addictive” for the Beats mogul. Despite his old hits being mined for new DJ Mustard songs, people don’t usually [cont.]
Quik is the name will drop his new album, The Midnight Life, on October 14th. Stream it ahead of time today.
Random Redman remix of DJ Quik’s “Pacific To Atlantic,” in anticipation for the Muddy Waters 2 mixtape.
New track from DJ Quik’s new album Midnight Life, due 10.14.14.
First single from Quik’s upcoming The Midnight Life LP. 1. Intro 2. That N****r’s Crazy (D. Blake) 3. Back That Shit Up feat. Tay F 3rd & David Blake II (D. Blake, D. Kim, D. Blake II) 4. Trapped On The Tracks feat. Bishop Lamont & David Blake II (D. Blake, P. Martin, D. Blake [cont.]
Directed by RILLAH. Trapped On The Track by DJ Quik feat. David Blake & Bishop Lamont from RILLAH on Vimeo.
In celebration of the 10 year anniversary of “The Black Album”, artist and producer DJ Quik sits down with JAY Z’s Life + Times to discuss his production on “Justify My Thug”. Quik talks his inspiration for the record, the relationship between a producer and the rapper, and Madonna’s involvement in the making of the [cont.]
Directed by Jon Casey and produced by Forest Casey.
Bootleg Kev talks with DJ Quik at the 2012 Dub convention. They speak on production, influences, classic beats, cars, and more.
The west coast allstars rhyme cypher from tonight’s BET Hip-Hop Awards.
DJ Quik and Kurupt are working on Blaqkout 2 right now, and this track may be included within the set.
*sigh* LISTEN: DJ Quik Doesn’t Believe “Detox” Will Ever Come Out
The west coast classic is remade for the umpteenth time on this outtake from Locke High. Matt Alonzo on the cut.
Ok, one more new track from Kurupt’s new album Streetlights. This one features DJ Drama, Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik and Terrace Martin. Streetlights in stores April 2oth. That’s starting to get repetitive. LISTEN: Kurupt + DJ Drama + Snoop Dogg + DJ Quik + Terrace Martin – “Bounce, Rock, Skate (Kurupted Mix)”
With such an abundant amount of video surfacing from this week’s festival, we’ve decided to take some of the performances highlights and roll them all up into one post. Check back here regularly for updates over the next week. Pharoah Monch @ SXSW Duck Down Showcase from AB on Vimeo. Black Milk w/ AB & [cont.]
A little West Coast flavor from Quik and Suga Free. Been a little bit since we have heard them together. The Book of David coming soon from Quik. LISTEN: DJ Quik + Suga Free – “Nobody”
It’s 2007 and a lot of things have changed in the industry. From crunk to snap to whatever the hell else garbage they throw out us, music is not the same as it once was. There is always one constant and that is people still make great records, you just have to hunt for them. [cont.]
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