DJ Jazzy Jeff x Ayah ft. Freeway, Tona & Dosage - Notorious (Remix)

Posted 5 years ago
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DJ Jazzy Jeff
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Back for More

The sound of music isn’t coming out of the Alps made by a bunch of Swiss made kids and their nanny. It’s coming out of Philly, better known as “Illa-delph” as people like DJ Jazzy Jeff and Ayah are remember what it’s like to bring instruments and harmonies to the people. Notorious (Remix) brings B.I.G. punches to a jazzy melody by featuring hard-hitting emcees Freeway, Toronto’s Tona and Philly up-and-comer, Dosage. Jazz delivers the sadly forgotten element of hip-hop, mixing & scratching, along with the beat while Ayah’s voice provides balance as her feminine edge rides the saxophones so well. Rhymes galore follow as Free still hustles like the sun came up while Tona represents Scarborough thoroughly and Dosage definitely continues to make his mark as a rising emcee. Summertime can last all year long with this feel good record, making Back for More a project that can keep the feeling, and the party, going 365 days a year.

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