thats wassup kev!!! thank u!
Still can't believe how small the world has become. Only last week I was talking to Jeru the Damaja, and now I'm leaving comments on _THE_ Kev Brown Blog. Back in the day, I had to tune in to a Dutch radioshow which I barely managed to receive - I live in a neigbouring country - taping it on cassette and I'd listen to it for the rest of the week until next week's episode. You'd hear them talking to your hero over the phone... Nowadays kids all over the world can get in touch themselves easily thanks to blogs like yours.I really love your "I Do What I Do" album. And yes, I have bought the album on CD as I want to support your music. I mean, in the mid 90s, rappers like Jeru and O.C. (Word Life album) were my heroes as I couldn't relate to the gangster related lyrics and they balanced it out for me.I have the same feeling when I listen to your work: you along with MF Doom, Madlib, and the late J-Dilla keep my interest in Hip-Hop music alive. Keep on doing what you do best, Mr. Brown and I will keep on plugging your awesome album.Peace
Thanks Kev that's whats up... Merry Christmas to you.
THANK U KEV!
This joint was hot. As a producer it was good to hear another producer demonstrating creative and "low budget" ways of making instrumentation out of ordinary sounds. Your production style is simple but effective. Your drum library is basic, but you've got ill guitar samples. Your ear for basslines is definitely crazy. I know you say you don't do much to your basslines, but you can hear conspicuous jazz nuances that make your basslines unique. I could definitely understand what you meant when talking about the DJ Scratch bass, I was trippin when you said that. I have a couple of beats where I tried to duplicate the hollow, big DJ Scratch bass sound. How do I get vol 1?www.myspace.com/dunnedoutentertainment
this was dope. made my day and inspired me to turn on the mpc. keep it up!
thank you kev, i still rock the 1st one from time to time so this is one hell of a pleasant surprise.
gyeah thats whats up....lookin forward to peepin this.props kev.-kosyne
could someone PLEASE up the first volume??? i love these
thanks for dropping knowledge...
thanks for this knowledge kev...madd respect from va
thats some classic shit.. please make vol.3! THANKS FOR THE MUSIC!!!u realest in the game
So anticipated.I still listen to that first one on the reg.Good lookin out.
i love hearing a genius at work! diggin' your beats can't wait for the new albumpeace,BrerDMV 4 everLow Budget fammyspace.com/djbrerrabbit
yo i just was listenin to the first one today...for like the 80th time..."whammy!"...lol..yo it's sick..vol 2 d/l right now, i cant wait...u got ya 151 again?..lol...
where can i get vol 1 at?this is nice
http://www.megaupload.com/de/?d=FWYSQ751Commentary Vol 1
props anonymous dude...
ahhh another one of these. i learned alot from the first one...got it from u at fatbeats at your album release 2 years ago. "Gas prices is mad high"peaceNeeM
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man, this shit is priceless for real.this is some real fan stuff!!love listening to this shit!!happy nu, thanks a lot!!
I hope that there's a Hennessey on this one as on Vol 1. Priceless indeed. It's too real!!!When Kev hangs up his MPC for good some day after years of bangers, watch out for the stand up comedy career to jump off.
Gostei muito desse post e seu blog é muito interessante, vou passar por aqui sempre =) Depois dá uma passada lá no meu site, que é sobre o CresceNet, espero que goste. O endereço dele é http://www.provedorcrescenet.com . Um abraço.
Dude, this Commentary CD is real nice. You're the only producer I know humble enough to do some stuff like this, mad love man.....
Thanks for doing another Beat Commentary cause I enjoyed the first one; I keep bugging on how chill but animated you sounded when you were playing your old joints. Just yesterday I was jamming to "I Do What I Do Instrumentals" on colored brown vinyl, your layering game is amazing.
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