This Madlib Soul Sounds Like The Perfect Mos Def Or Jay Z Beat (Audio)

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Madlib is at work on his first soundtrack, The Beats. Included is the effortlessly titled “Cue 4.” This sample-built creation is smoother and more cyclical than Madlib creations. Sounding like a mid-1970s Soul breakdown, a Head can easily grasp why it’s the perfect inclusion for a film, such as say—Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton.

With a cinematic sound, don’t you agree that Yasiin Bey or Jay could eat this beat alive?

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