Pete Rock Makes A Roy Ayers Mixtape & It’s Amazing (Mixtape)

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Pete Rock knows a thing or two about the great Roy Ayers. The Chocolate Boy Wonder has sampled some of Roy’s CTI Records catalog and other material throughout his own vast discography of head-nodding hits. With the release of a new t-shirt at Pete’s site (where he has a number of dope tees), P.R. celebrated some Black history (as he said in a press release) with a mixtape honoring the Roy Ayers Ubiquity namesake:

Pete Rock mixtapes are rare… and this calls back to when he, Lord Finesse, Biz Markie, and a few others remixed the Blue Note Records catalog, in those ultra-rare compilations…

Related: Roy Ayers is a musical giant. His tracks have built some of the most important samples in Hip-Hop