Tracklib Roundup April
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Tracklib Roundup
April

We’re so incredibly happy and amazed by all the great music being released right now with samples from us. Here are five of our favorite tracks from April. All these songs contain samples found and cleared through Tracklib, of course.

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Young Dirty Bastard, Hue Hef & Weather Park - You Don't Know

Thriller is an American slasher film directed by Dallas Jackson. Wu-tang Clan’s RZA is both starring in the film and serving as the its executive producer. He also scored the film and put together the soundtrack for it. Taken from the soundtrack is "You Don't Know” featuring Young Dirty Bastard, Hue Hef & Weather Park. The song was produced by Core and samples “Tiger Trot”.

OLSSON - Youthless

Swedish artist and producer OLSSON just released his sophomore solo album. The former lead singer of Fibes, Oh Fibes! has recently started incorporating samples in his music making and his new album Tropical Cologne has 3 songs with samples from Tracklib. On this track he takes the guitar track from a Christmas song and turns it into a soulful anthem. Listen to the full album here.

In the blue shirt - Casual Remark

Casual Remark is a song from Japanese electronic producer In The Blue Shirt’s second solo album album "Recollect the Feeling”. This Osaka-based artist has a special love for vocal samples and this track chops up “How Long Will I Be A Fool For You” from 1980. Visit http://intheblueshirt.com/ to hear more of his music.

The Unlikely Friends - Clarity

The Unlikely Friends is a duo consisting of rapper Honest and producer Dylan Assmann. They dropped their debut EP, "The Library” in April and all five songs were made using Tracklib samples. Listen to the full EP here.

Black Alien - Au Revoir

Black Alien is a veteran Brazilian MC that started his career in the early 90’s in the group Black Alien & Speed. He returned to the scene this year with the album "Abaixo de Zero: Hello Hell”. The album is entirely produced by Papatinho, one of Brazil’s biggest hip-hop producers. “Au revoir” is actually built on a sample from another Brazilian song. Paola Pelosini's "Pra que se achar”. Listen to full album here.

May is up Next

We will continue doing these roundups every month. If you have released a song containing samples from Tracklib that we're not aware of, please reach out and we might include you in coming roundups.


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