[wp_ad_camp_2] "With the over saturation of artists on the market, being original is a hard commodity to find these days" Turntablist/emcee/self-made businessman and producer PROLIFIC proudly presents the brand new album ANTHEMS OF A DESOLATE WASTELAND. An ambitious project and the result of two years of hard work and dedication. With a vision to merge underground Hip Hop flavors with Dubstep and Trap, Prolific makes a unique and powerful statement. All vocals were recorded in "Foul Play's" studio. Production, features, and remixes were done in collaboration with numerous talents from the hip hop and bass scenes. Each track was crafted to truly have its individual concept and feel. NOISEPORN gave the new Prolific album a very favorable review: “Mixing underground hip-hop, trap
[wp_ad_camp_2] I love talking to the crowd. It’s great for hyping them up, but it also allows them to hear you talking to them in real life, so it makes you human and gives the show a much more personal feel. [wp_ad_camp_1] We love your Together Again EP which features various styles. Where does your inspiration come from and the drive to get into various styles of music? I really consider myself a music artist and not a genre specific artist. I mean, I make all kinds of electronic music on the one hand and really organic, jazz influenced hip-hop on the other. I love both so I’ve always been into finding ways to merge various genres and styles together. Trying to find new combinations that work well is a big motivation. But Instead of merging a ton of styles in a couple track
[wp_ad_camp_2] He is known as one of Europe’s best eclectic deejays. Long before the term eclectic even existed, DJ Irwan was already spinning a unique mix of house, hiphop and R&B Music. As a result of the increasing attention for Urban, deejay Irwan’s style is now more popular than ever: his gigs vary from residencies at leading club nights such as Treetz, Sneakerz and Ex Porn Star to festivals such as Dance Valley, Mystery Land and the FFWD Dance Parade. Add to that the countless performances abroad, and deejay Irwan is a name to reckon with. Some examples are his visits to club Zouk in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This largest venue in town is one of Irwan’s regular spots abroad, where he is often billed with famous deejays such as Armin van Buuren and Paul van Dyk. It seems lik
[wp_ad_camp_2] Where does your artist name come from? During the early to mid-80's I went by Sir Swift. I was a Breaker, Beatboxer, Graffiti artist and DJ. But as my DJing progressed and I matured a little I realized it was time for a name change. At the time I remember digging through a dictionary, for days, and finally stumbled across Dabster: One likes to dabble/ One who is a master of their own trade. The latter seemed fitting. LOL. Around 1991 I shortened it to Dab (also means Donald Allen's Boy) [wp_ad_camp_1] You have been a beat producer since the early 80's whether it was house, hiphop or any other style. Could you tell us a bit more about your early hiphop records and collabs? All my exploits in last question led up to me making a progressive move to go out and attem
[wp_ad_camp_2] After a car accident in February 2012, Moroccan-French DJ, producer, and radio personality DJ King Sams makes a strong return with a true summer anthem. Dancin On Air is his first Pop Dance track under his own label OG Music and ready to hit the global radio waves. Sams decided to make a change from his Hip Hop roots to create a song with a different vibe and energy level. The lyrics and melody were written by R&B songwriter/vocalist Allen Simms. Together with pop vocalist Lafonda Forever from New York, they star on this uplifting, beach party favorite to be. In anticipation of its official release, Dancin On Air has received over 100 000 plays on Youtube. Dancin On Air is about being free and getting to know the wild side of you. Letting go and letting no one ho...