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Boxing is the perfect metaphor for life: people will try to challenge you and knock you down, but the game isn’t over until someone throws in the towel. While the sport is a mano-a-mano battle, the champion knows that he’s gotta associate himself with the right people to bring out his best qualities. Such is the case with "The Bringer," featuring the Tar Heel native Sonyae; a heavy-handed banger that will knock you straight to the canvas. While other emcees might be sweating bullets, it’s just business as usual for King K.O.N.G. and Teck-Zilla, who first met via SoundCloud and decided to pool their talents together for their forthcoming FreEP, Kong Zilla. Keep it locked to hear more leaks off ‘Kong Zilla’ from the lethal duo.
Today I found out the origin of the word “soccer”. For all you out there who love to complain when Americans, and certain others, call “Football”, “Soccer”, you should know that it was the British that invented the word and it was also one of the first names of what we now primarily know of [&hellip
Originally intended for a unilever brief but fell in love with the project and collaborated with alex muller to bring you…..
secrets of comfort: moms cooking
By Victor Awuse
director- viktor awuse & alex muller
editor- viktor awuse
1st camera assistant- leon sasha
2nd camera assistant- lena abbas
music by- Teck-Zilla - My Love Is taken from Son Of Sade: An Ode
S/O to Mr Dayvee!!
Teck Zilla - Look I’m Skywalking!
Chicken & Chips/ Crackers & Cranberry Juice EP
Genre - Dubstepish
Battlefield 4 Montage - Compilation of Kills
Shout out to Teck-Zilla on the beat! Check em out!
Follows the same pattern as the intro. Sade’s words helped solidify my viewpoint. I need not raster more words on this page like a weed spot.
A Jay Z song was sampled on this one.
The last beat made for the EP. One of the reasons the EP took so many months to get done was I kept getting stuck on what to do and what not to do. Should I sample this or not, why should I? What if I ?. Well I followed my heart and set things right with this one. Jazzy piano loops and that good ol’ boom bap. Need I say more?
For this one, I merged the obvious Sade cut for the main sections and another(I swear can’t recall cos I chopped it way back in ‘05) for the breakdown section. This just had to be done, feels like me getting in the comfort zone already.
'SON OF SADE: AN ODE' by TECK-ZILLA // beat tape | tribute
Another obvious sample but I had to do it(even though mister rae flipped it nicely many years before). I went for the percussion driven vibe,some boom bap and even ventured into a little Afrobeat styled drums too. I reckon the tropical feel of the sample itself called for some Afrobeat type rhythm so there that go.