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    Dinked Records - new 45 with Emskee + more...

    Just grabbed the latest Dinked releases and thought you guys might wanna check these out:

    First up:

    Doc TMK & Clyde Kingrap 'Boogaloo Flu' b/w Emskee 'That'll Never Happen'

    Obviously we support anything Emskee appears on and this is no exception, a proper good slice of uptempo hip hop (and different to the equally dope version Dusty Platter dropped a while back). This will be available in all the usual stores very soon!

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    http://www.juno.co.uk/products/dj-suspect-boogaloo-flu-featuring-clyde-kingrap/620901-01/


    Mo Matic ft Oxygen 'Sureshot' (double 45 with various remixes)

    More double 45 action from Dinked Records on the Random Rap imprint. Here we have brand new original material from an unlikely cross Atlantic hook up pairing Jersey DJ and producer Mo-Matic aka Colin Moore with New York based MC Oxygen who needs no introduction, currently part of the Hip Hop super group Soundsci. Sureshot is a reggae influenced head banger perfect for those carnival/festival sets you got coming up this summer. Add to that 3 dope remixes all with a unique flavour to cater for every scenario. First up Vancouver’s Nick Bike flips the script in his unique way with some clever cuts and samples. Bristol super producers The Allergies totally reinvent the track in a cinematic way which wouldn’t seem out of place on a Tarantino soundtrack. To top it all off, UK graf legend Aroe and The Soundmakers take us on a dark journey into the Game of Thrones and then some! Don’t sleep – hand numbered limited edition of 500.
    Audio : https://soundcloud.com/dinked-records/sets/rr-005-sureshot-mo-matic-feat-oxygen

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    http://www.juno.co.uk/products/mo-ma...hot/620079-01/



    Last edited by raredave; 06-10-16 at 04:33 PM.

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