JR&PH7 - So Far, So Good

Posted about 4 years ago

German beat duo JR&PH7 have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their latest street release, the So Far, So Good mixtape.

A precursor to the Cologne natives' junior set (scheduled for release in fall of 2012 via Soulspazm Records / Foundation Media), the project is a 23-track, 60-minute collection of unreleased remixes, B-sides, outside production and previously-released jams, hosted by Sacramento rhymesayer and DJBooth fave Chuuwee. Included are previously-featured records "Until It's All Said and Done," "My Favourite Demons," "Bloody Sunday" and "Top Rank."

Providing guest vocals throughout So Far, So Good are Blu, Edo G, Elzhi, Evidence, Random Axe, Skyzoo, Oddisee, Torae and many more. All beats come courtesy of JR&PH7.

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