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Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: Gangbusters / Meetings
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: Gangbusters / Meetings
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: Down By Law / Subway Beat
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: Down By Law / Subway Beat
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: Military Cut / Busy Bees
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: Military Cut / Busy Bees
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: Cuckoo Clocking / Crime Cut
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: Cuckoo Clocking / Crime Cut
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Kenny Dope - Wild Style Breakbeats
Kenny Dope
Wild Style Breakbeats
7x7" | 2014 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
69,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
The breakbeats from “Wild Style” and the story of how they came to be re-edited by Kenny Dope packaged in a 28 page hardcover book with seven 7” singles containing the fabled breaks from the legendary Charlie Ahearn film.
Rickey Calloway - Stay In The Groove
Rickey Calloway
Stay In The Groove
2x7" | 2013 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
22,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Nice double pack, produced by none other than Kenny Dope!
Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: Yawning Beat / Baby Beat
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: Yawning Beat / Baby Beat
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Kenny Dope - Wildstyle Breakbeats: B-Boy Beat / Jungle Beat
Kenny Dope
Wildstyle Breakbeats: B-Boy Beat / Jungle Beat
7" | 2017 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Charlie Ahearn's 1983 film “Wild Style” holds a place in both music and cinematic history as one of the first examples of a hip-hop film. Since its original release it has been widely praised for its hybrid approach as both a narrative musical and a documentary, and as a time capsule of sorts into the culture of hip-hop during its infancy in the 1980s. Besides its classic depictions of MCing, turntablism, graffiti, and breakdancing, the film also featured now legendary figures of the genres in acting roles, such as Grandmaster Flash, Fab Five Freddy, Busy Bee Starski, and many more. Wild Style went on to garner an immense cult following, portions of the film itself would be sampled in records by artists like Nas, Beastie Boys, MF Doom, and more, and would even be exhibited by museums in Chicago and Boston as part of programs on the art of the 1980s. Beyond the film itself however, “Wild Style's” soundtrack has gone down in music history as a crucial piece of hip-hop handicraft. During a time where the sampling of records by Queen or Kool & The Gang was commonplace in the hip-hop scene, Ahearn took a different route in soundtracking his film, calling upon seasoned musicians like Chris Stein of Blondie and R&B session drummer Lenny Ferraro to produce an entirely original set of lyricless groove, which would be sampled into true hip-hop instrumental tracks by turntablist Grand Wizzard Theodore. The mystery and intrigue surrounding the breaks became the stuff of hip-hop legend, and a treasure trove for crate-diggers and vinyl enthusiasts. In association with premium reissue label Get On Down, world-renowned DJ Kenny Dope, a longtime fan of the breaks that made up “Wild Style's” soundtrack, re-edited the tracks into full-length cuts in 2014. KayDee now presents the singles individually for the first time ever. Each 7-inch is a piece of hip-hop history, as some of the most highly regarded and sought-after instrumental beats of all time, from one of the most important music films of all time.
Procedures, The - Give Me One More Chance / Mirror, Mirror
Yosuke Tominaga - Haze Part1 & 2
Yosuke Tominaga
Haze Part1 & 2
7" | 2013 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
15,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
When Yosuke Tominaga, a know funk DJ from Japan, handed Kenny Dope copies of his limited releases – 5 7” titles and 1 LP from his label Champ Records - Kenny knew he wanted to press something of theirs on Kay-Dee. All of their records were pressed as a private pressing and were sold by Yosuke himself at the parties he played, most of titles are not found in the market any more. Kenny and Yosuke stayed in touch and with Root Soul who is the band leader of Kyoto Jazz Massive on bass, Hiderow Nishioka who is the one of the most demanded percussionist in Japan on Percussion and Satoshi "Tiger" Okano from Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro (a funk band that Japan is proud of) on drums. Kay-Dee Records presents “HAZE”, this new release was produced by Yosuke Tominaga and it was recorded in Tokyo’s club called The Room. Kenny received the Master, mixed it down to ¼ inch tape and has released it for you to enjoy.
Rasheed Chappell - Future Before Nostalgia
Rasheed Chappell
Future Before Nostalgia
2LP+7" | 2012 | US | Original (Kay Dee)
24,99 €*
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Hip Hop
Produced by Kenny Dope!Rasheed Chappell is a true MC master with superb intelligent lyrical word play. Along side Kenny's master mind production skills, this album has all the tools to be a classic. With the added touches of DJ Scratch and DJ Mell Starr, they kept it real to the true essence of Hip Hop. Making sure all four elements where packed in there. Kenny Dope is critically acclaimed as a four time Grammy nominated solo producer as well as being the founder and one half of masters at work. Kenny has been producing for 20 years, he is a true veterian in the game.
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