Thursday, 1 December 2016

Born to Audiomack: the best of G. Dep



I got a G-Dep playlist for those who consume shit, I love to do it like Jennifer Love Hewitt. Why? Because G. Dep's music was simultaneously butta and gutter, word to mother, go ask your brother, even when Dep was smokin' sherm he never succumbed to the Ced Gee circa 1993 stutter. How? By collecting the Deputy's twelve best songs starting with five late '90s indie-era joints, six gems he recorded during his tenure with Bad Boy Records, and the one highlight from his attempted late '00's comeback.

15 comments:

step one said...

nice

Anonymous said...

Where's the download link?

Si Mane Price said...

Set to dl now.

Fred said...

Never forget that time when Dj Premier and Fred Durst bonded over a mutual G. Dep love:

http://www.djpremierblog.com/2008/12/22/dj-premier-fred-durst/

(OG source from the man Premier himself is here for my french-reading dawgs out there: http://www.abcdrduson.com/interviews/dj-premier/ )

Si Mane Price said...

Wow, that's beautiful.

SE said...

I can admit it, I jocked G-Dep. Bad Boy mk. 2 was highly underrated. History will vindicate Puff.

d said...

Nice cheers

Si Mane Price said...

Best of Loon.... coming soon!

Anonymous said...

No it isn't (set to download)

Si Mane Price said...

Now?

Smell Rell said...

Works for me

Andrew Barber said...

"Child of the ghetto" is pretty much Dep's best song, but Cam made the better version

Si Mane Price said...

I might marginally prefer the Everyday remix to Child Of The Ghetto.

Fred said...

Also not important but it's the kind of stuff I geek over, the joint with Black Rob has the same sample that Wu-Tang weed carriers' GP Wu's Black On Black Crime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JOd2LHDubE



Si Mane Price said...

Sample is Yesterdays by Paul Chambers Quartet.

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