…this ill ass video from Black Milk featuring Royce da 5’9″. Aside from “Try”, “Losing Out” is my favorite joint off the Tronic Album. If you haven’t copped it, why are you sleeping?
Directed by: Anthony Garth
So if you haven’t heard Kanye’s new song Love LockDown, this isn’t the place to hear it. Try a gazillion other sites. What you came here to get is the REMIXES!! Yes ladies and gentleman, there is already a growing number of remixes to the song and HERE at THIS post is where you will have access to all of them. Check back frequently, as more come out, they will be placed here. [Note: these are verse remixes, no offense to the production remixes]
Without further ado here are the Love LockDown Remixes by Rank:
A NEW NUMBER 1!!!
1. Craig David
Who woulda thought Craig David of all people woulda made it to top of the list. Real Talk, he BEASTED. Granted, it wasn’t a complete freestyle, [i think the patois was] but just the same–he performed better than a lot of dudes in the studio…ima keep my eye out on this dude again, he was cool with the singing, and his little raps, but lately i thought he was completely dance, but let me find out…..
Don’t know where this dude, Articulate, came from but he beasted on this track. He did the track more than justice and took a completely different spin on the melody. I’ll keep you posted on this dude. We’ll see if anyone else comes out to take this cat’s spot.
Jin was the first to come out with a Remix to Love Lock Down before the mastered version even hit the net. I must say I never really got into Jin too tough, but this track reminds us why his name always stays around.
As far as I’m concerned Apathy and Jin are tied at number 2, but he went in hardbody. Apathy has been doin his thing for a minute, solo and with the DemiGodz, but I didn’t expect him to jump on this track in particular. The way he did it, is the only way he knows how…he murdered it! Viva La Underground!
This remix came out much later than all the others, but it allowed Dex to take a different take on the song. An entirely different melody, and we’re feeling it more than Kanye’s original vocoder melody.
Not too long ago, I was at a Hip and/or Hop concert and between sets, there was a DJ doing his thing. I can’t recall this dudes name for the life of me but he was getting it in. Scratching, cutting it up, he was on point. girl who was standing in front of me whispered to her friends: “I love rap, but I hate it when the DJ messes up the song like that”
Any true head can appreciate the art of the DJ and Turntablism which is one of the seven elements if you really live this. DJ Revolution’s “King of the Decks” showcases this element at its finest. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Revolution, he’s most known for being a part of the infamous “Wake Up Show”.