Evidence ft. Phonte - Let Yourself Go (Remix)

Posted 9 years ago
Tags: Evidence
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Producer:
Alchemist
Album:
The Weatherman LP

With four albums already in the bag through his involvement with the mainly underground hip-hop group Dilated Peoples, rapper-producer Evidence had no problem dishing out the hits in his first solo album The Weatherman LP.  The remix to Let Yourself Go is no exception.  With a nice use of sampling from producer Alchemist, this remix features rapper Phonte, from the group Little Brother, whose presence dominates most of the song without overshadowing his counterpart.  If the original didn’t do the job, this remix is sure to help you let yourself go and get lost in the beat.

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