Here are 3 remixes from some twelves I got, Hope you enjoy them.
Back To Boom (92 REMIX)
Ride The Rhythm (REMIX)
The Weekend (REMIX)
Last night we went to the J-Zone & DJ Sheep show, and it was a real fuckin' weird night, firstly, we were on North Terrace in town with Afeks, who was in the middle of a pipe (weed not crack) when we noticed a cop car right next to us with twisted necks staring at us, they did the usual plate check and follow but for some miracle didn't pull me up. I'm not sure how, but this was just the start of a dope night. We went into the club (Fowlers Live) and met up with DJ Sheep who took us out back to meet J-Zone, get some shit signed, sip some henny and and talk about underground obscure gangsta rap, man I always knew J -Zone was into dope hip hop by the rappers he mentions on his records but fuck, he knows his shit inside out and back to front. Didn't matter if it was New York, Bay, LA or Down South, J-Zone knows it all. I actually forgot I was talking to an established artists with a heap of albums out because he had no ego, no attitude and just wanted to talk about Rap-A-Lot, Tweedy Bird Loc, South Park Coalition, Mob$tyle............ you get the point.
Anyway, As for the show itself. It was a shit venue, security were fuckheads, the crowd was wack, the sound was shit but J-Zone put on a sick show. Usually when a solo rapper hits the stage it's a pretty simple show (not that's necessarily a bad thing) but Zone (who walked out on stage in Nikes, NBA socks to his knees, a fur coat and a red headband with 2 twenties hanging out the side) was as much an entertainer as a rapper. He played ball through a whole track, got on his knees like Bushwick while he rapped over a Geto Boys beat, he did his own version of Vanilla Ice's 'Ice, Ice Baby'.... anyway, I guess you had to be there? DJ Sheep also put in a dope 5 minute DJ set.
After the show Sheep played a 1 hour gangsta set with plenty of Eazy E and MC Eiht and a splash of Ganksta NIP before J-Zone took over with stuff like UGK and Tweedy bird Loc. This was happenning with the clubs cleaners sweeping the floor and security trying to kick everyone out, finally J-Zone was told to end his gangsta set, he didn't look to happy about it.
Thanks to Green & Gold for bringing this show to Adelaide, DJ Sheep for the hook up and J-Zone for putting on a night I'll never forget.