Dj Low Cut – Dead End (Instrumental & Acapella) [Instrumentals] [2017]


Dj Low Cut – Dead End (Instrumental & Acapella) [Instrumentals]
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01. Dante Inferno (Intro)
02. All Alone (Instrumental)
03. Lyrikal Landslide (Instrumental)
04. What’s Done Is Done (Instrumental)
05. Déjà Vu (Instrumental)
06. The Mecca (Interlude)
07. I’m Here (Instrumental)
08. Disobedience (Instrumental)
09. Call Of The Wild (Instrumental)
10. She’s Broke (Instrumental)
11. Believers (Interlude)
12. Ambition Of The Shallows (Instrumental)
13. Just Listen (Instrumental)
14. Longevity (Instrumental)
15. Who Be The Realest (Instrumental)
16. Making Cuts (Instrumental)
17. Hell’s Storm (Instrumental)
18. Maniac (Instrumental)
19. Damned (Interlude)
20. Other Shit (Instrumental)
21. Projects (Instrumental)
22. The Payback (Instrumental)
23. All Alone ft. Masta Ace & Torae (Acapella)
24. Lyrikal Landslide ft. Ruste Juxx & Nutso (Acapella)
25. What’s Done Is Done ft. Ide & Jise One (Acapella)
26. Déjà Vu ft. Rasheed Chappell & Soul The American Dream (Acapella)
27. I’m Here ft. Dontique & CF (Acapella)
28. Disobedience ft. Clever One (Acapella)
29. Call Of The Wild ft. Team Thoro (Absouljah, Spicco, Halfa Brick) (Acapella)
30. She’s Broke ft. Guilty Simpson (Acapella)
31. Ambition Of The Shallows ft. Napoleon Da Legend & Paloma Pradal (Acapella)
32. Just Listen ft. Wildelux (Acapella)
33. Longevity ft. GOD, J-Merk & Jamil Honesty (Acapella)
34. Who Be The Realest ft. King Magnetic (Acapella)
35. Hell’s Storm ft. Q-Unique, Hex One & Milez Grimez (Acapella)
36. Maniac ft. Xplicit Content (Unkn?wN, Fatha Death, Eternel, Apacalypze) (Acapella) (Acapella)
37. Other Shit ft. Dirt Platoon & Wyld Bunch (Acapella)
38. Projects ft. Spit Gemz & Eff Yoo (Acapella)
39. The Payback ft. EMS (M-Dot, REV, Mayhem) (Acapella)

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Dj Low Cut – Dead End (Instrumental & Acapella)

Stuck in the depths of a dark alley, blocked by yet another breeze, hitting a stone wall, road sign ahead: Dead End.
Impasse. “Cul-de-sac”.
Hip‐hop. The original, some would say, official music of the late 20th Century Bronx.
Some say it has endured it’s fair share of distractions, detractors and defectors. Some say it has murdered itself, having been abandoned by its so‐called best men, those who have gone off in other directions, or who have, simply, just beat‐retired. Yet, there are plenty of Soldier Monks still out there, prepared to sweat it out in the Temple of Machinery and Mics.
Low Cut honored this cause four years ago, with his MPC crafted minimalist version of NY Minute and he’s back to ring the bells and unsheathe the samples!

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