Swiss production crew Soulslicers has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their latest street release, Slice of Life. The follow-up to 2011 debut Boost da Soul, the project comprises 18 original records. Produced entirely by the Soulslicers, the set boasts mic work from Absouljah, A-One, The Aztext, Crookz Green, Dre Goose, El Lay, El Toro, Emilio Tirado, E.M.S. (Desco,Kore, Mayhem, M-Dot & Revalation), GQ NP, Jaysaun,Kaymerda, King Magnetic, N.B.S., Quite Nyce, Skeezo, Sparkingtin and Tribeca. DJ Family Tyz, DJ LP2 and DJ Revolution assist behind the wheels of steel.
Cincinnati rhymesayer Ill Poetic and Maryland spitter Quite Nyce have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their brand new collaborative street release, the On Some Bullsh*t EP. The project features three original records from the underground emcees, who met while on tour. On Some Bullsh*t comes in the wake of Ill Poetic’s signing to Empire Distribution, as well as the June release of Nyce’s Booth-hosted Cautious EP. Punchline and Wordsworth make guest appearances on the set, which is produced entirely by Ill Poetic for Sounrzn.
Boston Bred MC & current Providence, R.I. resident, Mayhem (of EMS) teams up with Jersey producer Jerz to bring you this exciting collaboration of lyrical gymnastics & vivid picture painting, all over the smooth soulful production that will resonate with Real Hip-Hop Fans all over the world. The album features appearances by Chaundon, Dominique Larue, Tribeca, Quite Nyce, along with Mayhem’s own EMS crew including M-Dot, Revalation, Desco & Benefit plus much more!!!
Coming off the July release of his Booth-hosted Cautious EP, emcee Quite Nyce has joined forces with emcee/producer Louie Gonz for a brand new collaborative project. Having long been fans of each others work, the Worcester, MA natives decided to create Who’s The Man??, a six-track EP of all original material, which includes their previously-released title track.
International beatmakers Soulslicers have come together with The DJBooth to offer hip hop fans a free version of their 2011 retail release, Boost Da Soul. The 18-track project includes previously-released stand out selections “Im Feelin Myself” with Quite Nyce and “The Difference” with M-Dot. Also joining the production foursome on Boost Da Soul are Booth favorite REKS, Afu-Ra, Shyheim, Ty Nitty and more. The LP was mixed by Soundimension’s Siko in Switzerland. Also, later this month, look out for the Soulslicers participation in DJBooth’s brand new “Re-Produced” Series EP with Tech N9ne.
Massachusetts rhymesayer (and RADix member) Quite Nyce has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest solo street release, the Cautious EP. The project features five original cuts from the underground spitter who first brought us “This Is My Life” back in summer 2009. DJ Ronfa makes the set’s sole guest appearance, assisting behind the wheels of steel on “No Mind.” All production comes courtesy of Swiss beat crew Soulslicers, with whom the artist connected during a recent trip overseas.
The Soulslicers is a crew that is composed of 4 beatmakers: Chè.sko / D.A.N / Do.P / Noyz. These guys love music. They love hip-hop and work as hard as possible to keep it real. Each member has his own characteristics and skills. In the past, some of them played instruments (drums, piano) and others were MCs, but since several years they’re all focused on producing beats. As you can check on their individual MySpace, some members of the crew appear regularly on Swiss, French, German and Canadian rap albums for over 10 years.