Raekwon Hops On A Marva Whitney Breakbeat To Say It’s My Thing (Audio)

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From Erick and Parrish to Jiggaman, hopping on Marva Whitney’s classic bassline to “It’s My Thing” taps into a ’70s sound that is as New York Hip-Hop as you can get. In just dabbling with some freestyles, Chef Raekwon is the latest. Throughout the last 20 years, there’s something so gritty about the Shaolin MC’s cadence and tone over the same breaks that made this culture what it is. Ice H20 Records producers take note, as the results always seem to flood playlists among fan-favorites. “Locked in loops,” word to Tony.


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