The Sharpaganda Theory Lesson 1
1 – Hegemony
2 – Check the evidence
3 – Hegemony (A Capella)
4 – Off The Rails
5 – Off The Rails (Instrumental)
6 – Callin It Quits (We’re Here)
Definitely one of the greatest MC of our time, Ben Sharpa has achieved to turn the release of his album into a major event. Lion’s share in Jarring Effects’ compilation “Capetown Beats”, playlisted by Uk’s famous DJ and Bass Music Queen Mary Ann Hobbs, he managed to attract dreadfully talented producers to be a part of this release : Milanese (Warp/Planet Mu), Sibot (Playdoe, Real Esatate Agents…) or D-Planet (Pioneer Unit). This EP put on a line loud sounding bombs, led by Sharpa’s wild and stylish flow, sat on warlike basses.
Ben Sharpa is proudly standing on its own place, right between US Hip-Hop and UK Grime, and alledgely contributes to our label’s motto : building bridges between musical genres.
That’s how we roll !
Hegemony (sibot / b.sharpa)
Abstract Hip-Hop manifesto. Hegemony is a real bomb ensured to be played on many decks for a looooong time. Rude abstract electro beats by Sibot are meeting hard style syncopation and flow.
Check The Evidence (d-planet / b.sharpa)
This track is a real crossover. Somewhere between USA and Europe, you’ll hear these fat minor pads and heavy rythms making a perfect bed for Ben Sharpa’s wild flow.
Off The Rails (d-planet / b.sharpa)
A large dose of Hip Hop with a spicy Ragga and Grime flavour. This is a real hypnotic track every DJ should actually try to mix with a Virus Syndicate and Aesop Rock !
Callin’ It Quits (milanese / b.sharpa)
This has is the toughest bass and drums around. Milanese and Ben’s wrath against fake people having fake activities around music. “Anyone got some beats ?”… Hold on, we have a few ones for you !
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