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Tracklib Roundup November
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Tracklib Roundup November

You know the drill: new month, new music. Five highlights of music made with (and cleared through) Tracklib.

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Ferreck Dawn - Louisiana

Dutch producer Freek Coppens a.k.a. Ferreck Dawn used a 1969 rhythm and blues track for a groovy deep house track. It's released via Australian label Club Sweat, home of artists like Claptone, Purple Disco Machine, and Biscits.

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Too many T’s & ASM - Show Tonight

London-based hip-hop band Too Many T’s and Recap regulars ASM joined forces for “Show Tonight,” built around a guitar riff by The PutBacks. The track is part of their new La Fam Ill album, self-described as “a multi-genre, alt Hip Hop album, featuring a heavy dose of classic old school beats that weave their way from bouncy dub & upbeat guitar-led funk beats, to modern electro-infused hip hop underpinned with dirty synth lines.” Sounds like a great blend to us...

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Louie McDon - disGraceful

Does that soul flip sound familiar to you? Could be. Earlier this year, TDE-producer Sounwave sampled “Reflections” for “Know” by Mary J. Blige. St. Louis-based producer/emcee Louie McDon a.k.a. The L.O.U. (The Lyrically Obsessed Universe) now uses the sample in his own way, for his most-streamed track off his latest Kwitchyabitchin EP.

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Kicktracks - Set Me Free

In his bio, Russian producer Kicktracks says he “makes chill hip-hop beats and has fun.” That’s also what this beat is: a chill and fun flip of Marvin L. Sims' "Blow Away Breeze." Kick back to this one.

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Keralanka - Conversations with Janet

Keralanka is a duo consisting of rapper/producer Rohan and producer djAP. Their name is a combination of Kerala and Sri Lanka, their places of origin, respectively. They got together in 2017 with the aim to inspire kids that look like them to do things mainstream media has told them they can’t. The track samples the legendary Teddy Riley - creator of New Jack Swing and producer behind countless hits like Blackstreet's “No Diggity”, SWV's "Right Here", Wreckx-N-Effect's "Rump Shaker" and Michael Jackson’s "Remember The Time" to name a few.

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