Late November was a tough time for me to post so I am making up for the lost time and making sure I make you all aware of what J57 is cooking up for his 2057 EP, dropping next month perhaps. I can hope. These tracks are all dope but my favorite is this last one, Pulp Fiction ft. Koncept. What pray tell is your favorite of the bunch?
When Soul Khan released his debut album, Soul Like Khan, he could have rested on his laurels and taken a breather, but to the contrary the man has just stepped up the pace a bit. He released the single Soulstice II and he had a remix released for Shot Glass Magnified ft. Sene. The new beat was brought on by The Audible Doctor. I also just saw on bandcamp that someone is doing a mash up album of Soul Like Khan. I haven’t heard it yet but the the prequel is HERE.
Koncept also has been keeping himself busy since releasing his EP, Playing Life. He released a physical CD of that same project and added a few extra tracks for the effort. He also has dropped a few notable gems like Day Dreaming , the remix to Playing Life (prod. by Marink), and most recently his DJ Booth feature, Things You Do. His street album, More Than Meets The Eye drops on February 22nd, so be on the lookout for that!
The Audible Doctor basically has produced 1/2 of the cuts previously mentioned. He has also blessed heads like Magestik Legend, Boog Brown, and most recently he did a beat for one of my favorite emcees, Silent Knight, for the cut Staying Busy which will be featured on here very soon.
J57 is the man who is always passing on what the BBAS are doing and it is much appreciated. In addition to keeping the world informed he has also been on his grind as of recent. Late in 2010 he and Sene released the EP, Eye Don’t Dream…But I Do. He also released the Digital Society instrumental album, which had some GREAT bonus tracks including a remix called Still Phenomenal. He also has done a video for the title track featuring Jefferson Price which you can see below. Most recently he did this extremely dope beat for Top $ Raz ft. YC The Cynic called The Plague.