Next Tuesday, S-Double will releases his new LP, Keepers Of The Lost Art. Here is one of four the album’s digital bonus tracks, “Do You”, produced by DJ Spinna. Bodya…
In a story we broke back in 2011, DJ Spinna is reuniting with Krim to complete a Jigmastas reunion LP. Back then, he told us it as “four-five years in the making”, as you can see in the interview below. That was three years ago! The full length is set for the Fall.
Starting the year off with a limited edition 45 Vinyl produced by DJ Spinna available on pre order next week. For now here is the sneak peek. The art of story telling is still alive, taking a page from Slick Rick and Nas, Shabaam Sahdeeq engages in a action packed story with the backdrop provided [cont.]
Spinna guest stars on Bling47 Breaks. This series takes you on a journey into samples used by J Dilla. Filmed, edited and animated and directed by Waajeed.
Dj Spinna’s latest project shows off the amazing talents of Brooklyn based soul singer, Jose James. The Eccentric Movements of Jose James takes you on a musical journey thru James’ earlier works with sprinklings of music from his forthcoming Blue Note release. A couple of familiar favorites are blended effortlessly with the crooner’s eclectic mix [cont.]
MC/Producer/DJ from Northern VA delivers this track from his Lamplighter’s Delight LP dropping 8/28. Guest shots on the album will include John Robinson, J. Rawls, Panik, 88 Keys, ST/MIC and Ed The Metaphysical.
Spinna pays homage to neo-soul legend Marc de Clive Lowe on this “best of” mix.
FLuD Presents: Beats Per Minute with DJ Spinna from FLuD Watches on Vimeo. Flud Watches presents the fifth “Beats Per Minute” Video featuring legendary Producer/DJ, DJ Spinna, in celebration of their “BPM” Watch as part of their new Summer collection. The “Beats Per Minute” Video Series showcases some of hip hop’s most influential producers highlighting [cont.]
DJ Spinna Announces Jigmastas Reunion LP from HipHopSite.Com on Vimeo. In part 3 of DJ Pizzo’s interview with DJ Spinna for HipHopSite.Com, Spinna exclusively reveals that he will reteam with emcee Kriminul to record a new Jigmastas LP. He also speaks of an upcoming 7″ project with some very special guests….
DJ Spinna On The Greatest Accomplishment Of His Career from HipHopSite.Com on Vimeo. In part two of HipHopSite.Com’s interview with DJ Spinna, DJ Pizzo asks Spinna about what he feels in his proudest moment throughout his legendary career as a producer.
DJ Spinna Talks Michael Jackson + Prince Parties from HipHopSite.Com on Vimeo. In part one of our interview with DJ Spinna, the legendary producer speaks with HipHopSite.Com’s own DJ Pizzo about the history of the legendary Soul Slam parties, which showcase the music of Michael Jackson and Prince.
Vegas heads, be sure to check out Saville Row at The Luxor for The Cut, which will happen every Wednesday night. No dress code, no cover, and Peanut Butter Wolf kicks things off. Consecutive dates will include Remix Artist Collective and DJ Spinna’s Soul Slam, celebrating the music of Michael Jackson and Prince.
The 10th anniversary double CD of BBE Records’ celebrated The Beat Generation compilation series contains 56 standout selections from production luminaries and legends such as Marley Marl, Pete Rock, J Dilla, DJ Spinna, Madlib, Kev Brown, Will I. Am, King Britt, Jazzy Jeff & Larry Gold. The Beat Generation: 10th Anniversary Collection drops on March [cont.]
Brooklyn Bodega, producers of the 6th Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) announces the details of their new event “Salute the DJ.” This event is on July 8th as part of the week-long 2010 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. Salute the DJ honors this invaluable foundation of Hip-Hop with a portion of the night’s proceeds being donated to [cont.]
The indie hip-hop movement was defined by a handful of key players in the late 90′s / early 2000′s, DJ Spinna being one of them. This essential mix collects many of the classic tracks that defined an era of underground hip-hop, with a mouth watering tracklist that showcases forgotten yet definitive tracks of the time. [cont.]
Play Marvin Gaye and let’s get it on….. In usual Spinna fashion, this mix is packed with rare versions, b-sides, alternate takes, and more. [Source: HOM] DJ Spinna – “Happy Birthday Marvin Gaye Part One” (Mixtape)
Longtime DJ Spinna collaborator (check any of those old Beyond Real compilations), Dynas, will finally make his full-length debut on BBE Music, this September 28th. The album is a culminaton of music he has been recording since 2004 (!), including collaborations with J. Dilla, 9th Wonder, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and of course, DJ Spinna. Slick [cont.]
Just six cuts – all instrumentals – set off DJ Spinna’s Compositions 2 into an outbound journey for a hopefully great summer venture. The ears of soul’s sophisticated hip hop lovers more interested in who’s behind the boards, than who’s behind the mic, are the welcomed bunch. In this case, the mic stand is [cont.]
He’s been called the hardest working man in indy hip-hop – and for good reason. DJ Spinna competes with Jay-Z, releasing an average of three projects per year, coming in the form of either compilations that spotlight his production, or mix CD’s for any given label’s catalog. With Here To There, Spinna embarks on [cont.]
While packaged and presented as one, All Mixed Up isn’t a mixtape at all, but instead an ever-evolving organism of DJ Spinna’s heavy beats. Collecting twenty-three of Spinna’s most obscure remixes outside of his traditional hip-hop production, this 74 minute mix encompasses his career thus far, and defines him as one of today’s greatest beatsmiths. [cont.]
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