Back at it again with a self-titled EP, DXA follows up to their latest 7″ single release for I Get Up/Ice’s Jazz. This time it’s with a full-length project that has brought the whole team back to their essence, because it is entirely produced by IceRocks – the producer of the crew. This is the same formula used for their first release in 2005. This record has a range of feels to it that work together to create a different vibe when listening through the album. Created in the Mecca of the culture, DXA brings the next progression of the NYC hip-hop sound. It will bring you to a place that you have been longing for since the golden days of hip hop. DXA also called on some great artist to accompany them on this album, including Meyhem Lauren, Too Deep, Meta, ArtOfficial, Lewis Parker and Masta Ace.
1. D.O.S. Intro
2. Distilled Vodka (Produced by Ayden)
3. Spinnin The Yard feat. HK The Steama (Produced by Team Demo)
4. Seasons Change (Produced by Lewis Parker)
5. Do You (Produced by DJ Spinna)
6. Degrees Of Separation Interlude
7. What You Gon Do (Produced by MusicMan Molina – Stand Out Music)
8. H.E.A.T. (Hustlers Everywhere Are Talking) Produced by Mint God
9. Futuristic feat. Eddie B (Produced by Harry Fraud)
10.Motion Picture (Produced by DJ Spinna)
11.Blowing Up feat. Nutso & Royal Flush (Produced by Macapella) Cuts by Cinch 33
12.Fresh feat. R Kitech (Produced by R Kitech) Cuts by DJ Modesty
13.Move On Em feat. R.E.M.O. & HK Da Steama (Produced by Team Demo)
14.Revolucion feat. Bekay & Latab (Produced by Team Demo)
15.Walkin On A Razor feat Sadat X Lewis Parker
16.Stuck Off The Realness (DJ Duke of Assassin REMIX) feat. Rock of Heltah Skeltah
17.Its A Go (Produced by Nickel Plated)
18.I Got More feat R.E.M.O
SAVAGE Ballet is a Afrocentric Afro-Futurist hip hop duo based in London aka Lowdown who are known for their ability of entering rooms and transforming them into musical instruments, the group members are art brut Emcee Dexter St. Jock & producer/dub poet Eriq Sterling .The pair met each other while attending university struck up a friendship and started making music together shortly thereafter. The duo have presently manage to sort it out and now present you with the honest Lo-fly afro-centric hip hop classic they call “Suspend your DisBelief” hosting a wide range of guest appearances from musical comrades Marcus Explains, Lewis Parker, John Robinson, Kobi Annobil and Science Venom to name a few .
Title track from John Robinson & Lewis Parker, titled “International Summer.” The new album will be AVAILABLE JULY 2nd 2010.
It is often difficult to describe in words the emotion that is involved in creative ventures. This is one of those situations. When we decided to record the new album “International Summers” we wondered how we could possibly capture the deep and warm sensation that lies within the heart and souls of the people world round. John Robinson and Lewis Parker both hold impressive discographies the easily boast a decade plus of gems delivered to the masses wrapped in passion, love and integrity.