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Jeru The Damaja at The Oobleck, B’ham – Sunday 5th April #Event @SipTheJuice1 @TheOobleck @ParkStreetPR

March 26, 2015


(Gang Starr Foundation / Crooklyn Dodgers / NYC)

Feat. Jim Sharp (Sip The Juice / Dusty Donuts / TDot)

With a special live showcase from
Plus DJ support from TRICKSTA

The Oobleck – Custard Factory, Digbeth, Birmingham.

£10.00 / £12.50 / £15.00 +plus booking fee

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Brooklyn-born Jeru spent his early years in the borough’s East New York neighborhood, where he began rhyming at block parties as a youth. He first showcased his hardcore Brooklyn style to audiences on ‘I’m the Man’ a track from Gang Starr’s 1992 album Daily Operation. The following year he released the classic DJ Premier-produced hit single, Come Clean’. His first album, ‘The Sun Rises in the East’, was released in 1994 – an essential hip hop addition to anyone’s music collection. In ’96 his second, highly acclaimed album, Wrath of the Math spawned the hits ‘Ya Playin’ Yaself’, ‘One Day’, ‘Me or the Papes’ and ‘The Bullshit’. The man is still hard at work. His most recent album ‘The Hammer’ came out last year and features co-labs with such heavyweights as Large Professor and The Beatnuts.

Juttla ‘Remix Sessions Vol. 1′ #EP @Juttla @GenesisElijah @OfficialDotz @officialLate @BigDuttyDeeze @ParkStreetPR

March 18, 2015

Juttla ‘Remix Sessions Vol. 1′ #EP

Follow @Juttla @GenesisElijah @OfficialDotz @officialLate @BigDuttyDeeze @ParkStreetPR

‘A four track EP with more bounce to the ounce’
‘Such a great idea that has been executed well’
‘Creatively refreshing and musically adventurous’

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Juttla ‘Remix Sessions Vol. 1′ #EP @Juttla @GenesisElijah @OfficialDotz @officialLate @BigDuttyDeeze @ParkStreetPR

March 17, 2015


‘A four track EP with more bounce to the ounce’
‘Such a great idea that has been executed well’
‘Creatively refreshing and musically adventurous’

Midlands’s producer Juttla has been releasing music now for well over twenty years, working with some of the biggest names in music. As a producer he has remixed for a varied selection of artists from House Music legend Marshall Jefferson, UK Hip-Hoppers Foreign Beggars and the well respected Asian Dub Foundation. Back in 2005 Juttla released an album entitled ‘Bass, Kicks, Snares, Spits’ which featured the likes of Saigon, Inspectah Deck, Freeway, Rass Kass and many others. Now ten years later he has decided to start a new series simply entitled ‘Remix Sessions’.

‘Volume One’ kicks off with a great selection of four well respected artists, with Genesis Elijah’s single ‘This Year’ getting a Juttla treatment. Next up is the dub fused Juttla Remix of ‘Ship Is Sinkin’ by Dotz, from Phili N Dotz and Fifthly Funk, before we get into a new version of the ‘Wrong Attitude’ anthem from Midlands based rapper LATE. The project is wrapped up well with Big Dutty Deeze’s ‘Revolution’ which is a bass led atmospheric banger. Be on the lookout for Volume Two coming sooner than you think

Juttla ‘Remix Sessions Vol. 1′ (Track-list):
01 – Genesis Elijah – This Year (Juttla Remix)
02 – Dotz – Ship Is Sinkin (Juttla Remix)
03 – LATE – Wrong Attitude (Juttla Remix)
04 – Big Dutty Deeze – Revolution (Juttla Remix)

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