Archive for February, 2009


DJ Deckstream and his Soundtracks

If you dont already know, DJ Deckstream is getting major support out in the Japan Hip Hop Scene. Originally know and Monosorick, when on NUJABES’ label HYDEOUT PRODUCTIONS, DJ Deckstream is working with a handfull of talented artist and producing quality Hip Hop and R&B Music. What is special about Deckstream’s production style is his ability to use renown samples and then transferring them to a new level.

DJ Deckstream has worked with a variety of artist including, T-Boz, Mos Def, Verbal(of m-flo), Talib Kweli, Lupe Fiasco, Nikki Jean, Bahamedia, Camp Lo, and DJ Premier.

He has recently released his second album entitled “Soundtracks 2” featuring some very refreshing Hip Hop & R&B Combos.

01. Screwtape / Feat. L-Universe
02. Unconditional Love / Feat. Nice & Smooth
03. Exit Sign / Feat. Nikki Jean
04. Around We Go / Feat. Novel
05. Recall The Scene / Feat. Junji Chiba
06. For My Ladies / Feat. Melodee
07. Real Thang / Feat. N’Dea Davenport (From The Brand New Heavies)
08. Life Is Good / Feat. Mos Def
09. This Is / Feat. Spree Wilson
10. Destination Sky / Feat. Substantial
11. Someday / Feat. T-Boz (From The Legendary TLC)
12. Funny Love / Feat. Milka

Sample the album at


Celebrate “Dilla” Month…

When Hip-Hop was it’s commercialization stage J Dilla was a kat who brought it back to the simplified-bare rawness of this music. He is famous for his stripped down, synth-heavy, knocking Hip-Hop. Dilla passed away three years ago this weekend of Lupus. As a tribute to J Dilla here is a quick playlist with some of my favorite tracks by one of the most influential producers in Hip-Hop music… Click HERE to listen to JHigH\’s JDilla Playlist.



Foreshadowing 2009


Party & Bullshit

I’ve been listening to the radio music at least once a month to see what is new and popular. I bet you’d agree with me that there is a ongoing trend for club music, rather than music with any conscious value. I think it’s a known fact that on a daily basis majority of people rather be surrounded with complete nonsense rather than being challenged mentally.
Hip Hop Club music has been evolving over the years, from story telling to house partying to now, drink buying club sexing vibes. So many of the club songs of today have the same theme, that it’s almost repetitive.

Here are a few club tracks, that mix quality with just plain fun.

Rah Digga – Party & Bullshit

Kardinal Offishall – Dangerous (feat. AKON)

The Notorious B.I.G. – Mo’ Money Mo’ Problems (feat. Puff Daddy & MA$E)

What are some of your favorite Club Tracks?