How’s About An Hour-Long Mix Of Some Pete Rock Scorchers Through The Decades? (Audio)

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Pete Rock’s production career has truly been an enigma. The Mount Vernon, New Yorker has divided his efforts to make high-profile jams for his own outfit (Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth), as well as artists like Nas, Heavy D & The Boyz, and AZ. On the flip-side, P.R. has amassed a career and reputation making just as precise production for under-the-radar projects by the likes of Cormega, LMNO, and Non-Phixion.

DJ BenHaMeen analyzes one hour’s worth of Soul Brother #1 concoctions, so far as including his 2013 Mack Wilds role, in this rocking mix, The Pete Rock Projects:


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