MC YINKA & DJ BOOKER | Dozen Sessions

MC Yinka performs his original songs at #DozenSessions episode 27, with DJ Booker on decks.
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00:00 | Intro
00:07 | Night Lights (Prod. DJ Booker)
03:17 | Representing Rats (Prod. DJ Booker)
06:40 | Stretch
09:38 | Connectin Worlds (Prod. Gio Melody)
11:47 | Dub Jam prod dj Booker

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Πως θα ακούγονταν ο Roc Marciano και ο MF Doom, αν είχαν γεννηθεί στην Αθήνα από μετανάστες γονείς;

Ο MC Yinka (Μανώλης) και ο DJ Booker (Κώστας) δίνουν την απάντηση με τον πρώτο τους κοινό δίσκο "Night Lights", που περιέχει 10 κομμάτια και κυκλοφορεί από τη Mind The Wax σε ψηφιακή μορφή και σε βινύλιο.

Ο MC Yinka εμπνέεται από την αστική πραγματικότητα και τις πολυπολιτισμικές υποκουλτούρες της περιοχής. Με την ξεχωριστή και χαρακτηριστική του φωνή αγγίζει διάφορα κοινωνικά προβλήματα και εκφράζει πνευματικές ανησυχίες
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O DJ Booker, που έκανε την πλήρη παραγωγή του Night Lights, εκπλήσσει με την επιλογή των samples καθώς και με την προσέγγισή του στην μουσική παραγωγή. Εξισορροπεί μεταξύ trippy και μινιμαλιστικών ήχων με σκοτεινά και abstract δείγματα. Tα beats ποικίλουν από broken beat επηρεασμένα από το στυλ του J Dilla έως beats με διακριτικά μοτίβα κρουστών. Ξεχωριστά στην μουσική παραγωγή είναι και τα σκρατς του, που τον καθιέρωσαν ως έναν απ’ τους καλύτερους scratch DJs στην Ευρώπη σύμφωνα με το αγγλικό περιοδικό "Undercover Hip-Hop".

Στο άλμπουμ συμμετέχει ένας απ’ τους κορυφαίους MCs με κοινωνικοπολιτική θεματολογία, ο Mr. Lif και οι χιπ-χοπ καλλιτέχνες του δρόμου Twinsanity που μας εφιστούν την προσοχή για την ωμή πραγματικότητα από την Αθήνα έως την Βοστόνη.

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Audio Engineer: Panagiotis Brilis (
Videographer: Alkis Lagopoulos (
Executive Producer: Mixalis Zougoulos (
Set Design: Sonia Liakakou (, Ioli Kokkinou (, Fenia Vidali (
Sound Engineer: Nikos Raptis (
Camera Operators: Alkis Lagopoulos, Sophia Revithi (
Video Editor: Sophia Revithi
Photographer: Melina Champa (
Graphics: SONNEOBEN (

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