Released: 2017 K+lab and I are really stoked to release our second collaboration for you, this time we present "Clap Ya Hands Now". It's our take of the classic "Hand Clapping Song" by the Meters. Special thanks to Basement Freaks for doing all the guitars, KWADI for the great vocals, and BMG / The Meters for their support of the release. It's always a pleasure working with my friend K+Lab, he's a very talented dude, and we are stoked to release this with our friends at Westwood Recordings! Available in all good online shops now, we hope you enjoy it!
Released: 2017 Brand new collab I did with my homey Skope from the UK.

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Released: 2016 DNB remix of my friend DJ Vadim's tune Fussin n' Fighting, featuring the legendary Demolition Man!

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Released: 2015 Cheeky dnb remix that Ed and I made for Jahdan Blakkamore. Always works a treat, good vibes!
Released: 2015 Remix that Adam "A Skillz." and I did for the Mighty Mocambo's and Afrika Bambaataa.... I heard the original, loved it, and reached out to the Mocambo's to do the remix... Then hit up my homey Skillz to do it with me. There is also a sax solo in the song that I got Russ Liquid to record, and the vocoder part by DJ Snoop got re-done to say "Stickybuds and A.Skillz"... A great project to work on with a lot of legends. Limited Edition 7" vinyl and digital.
Released: 2015 I started this track with Caleb when I was on tour in New Zealand and staying at his house. It went through many incarnations, finally landing at this super bangin funky treat. Awesome vocals, super fat bass, funky horns n shit... Badabooo blam blam funk in ya face.
Released: 2015 My remix of Dj Vadim's song. "If Life was a Thing" featuring the legendary Demolition Man. A song about social inequality, the divide between rich and poor. This was my favorite song off Vad's latest album "Dubcatcher" and I was really stoked to remix it. We are giving it away for free, click the DL link and a simple click on "hypeddit" will get you a download in exchange for following Vadim and I on Soundcloud.
Released: 2015 Remix I did for super reggae champion Dreadsquad for his track "Boom Sound". Featuring the vocal stylings of Kojo Neatness, a funky midtempo roller well different from the original. I had a great time making this, and my very talented friend Sam Klass did the additional guitars. Check him out! Available on Bandcamp, and vinyl. Hope you enjoy!
Released: 2014 Original track I did with the soul slinger Greg Blackman out now on Adapted Records. A pleasure to work with him, spreading the funk vibes, hope you enjoy! Full version / Instruemental and Acapella available here -> btprt.dj/11r2gVQ
Released: 2014 Made this song with Featurecast when I was at his house, hanging out on a UK tour. Fun times.

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Released: 2014 It was an absolute honor to do an official remix for the mighty Sizzla Kalonji. This is a remix of one of the singles off his new album "Born a King" produced by my friend Mista Savona... This is a feel good anthem, a conscious song for the people of the world and an absolute pleasure to be a part of... Also available on a limited vinyl pressing from Jungle Cakes.
Released: 2014 Here's a totally original Drum N' Bass tune that Bill and I wrote when I was staying at his house on tour... A psychedelic space ride at 175 bpm.. Yours for free, we hope you enjoy!

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Released: 2014 Fun little party bootleg I made of the classic Hard to Handle.

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Released: 2014 Sweet little bootleg that Bobby and I made. The whole track is original minus the Jungle Brothers Acapella. Props to the JB's!

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Released: 2013 A remix that Ed Solo and I did of one of Canada's finest Reggae Bands "House of David Gang".... All original and ready to smash the dance. There is also a straight reggae mix on the b side. Available on Vinyl and Digital.
Released: 2013 Slynk and I made this while I was staying at his house on tour in Australia. Awesome song, remixed with an awesome homey.

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Released: 2013 Remix of "Bad Boyz" That Ed and I did. Big summer vibes on this one, and sounds awesome on a big rig! Hope you enjoy. Special thanks to Basement Freaks for doing the guitar on this remix... Big ups homey!~
Released: 2013 More jungle goodness that I made with my homey Ed Solo.
Released: 2013 B side to Jungle Cakes 17.
Released: 2013 Tune that Mr. Bill and I wrote when I was staying at his house on an Australian tour. We did this in 2 days, we hope you like it. A journey into chopped up samples, naughty bass stabs and funk.

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Released: 2013 My first release on Adapted Records. Funky Glitch Hop with the reggae stylings of Rage from South Rakkas Crew. Out now Exclusively on Beatport. Instrumental also available.
Released: 2013 Mr. Bill and I remix the classic funk jam by Sun "On My Radio".

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Released: 2013 Bootleg I did for the Ghetto Funk Icons Vol.3 compilation. Used the stems from the very awesome song "I just want to Celebrate" by Rare Earth to make the tune.

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Released: 2012 Here is my remix for the ever awesome Nappy Riddim. Out on Fort Knox Recordings, some feel good jungle to warm your soul. Hope you enjoy. Available exclusively on Beatport.
Released: 2012 Cheeky bootleg I made of ODB's classic.

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Released: 2012 Combo bootleg of Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get it On" and "Sexual Healing" acapellas. I wrote all the instruments and backing track.

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Released: 2012 Booty remix I made of TC's "Burning Starlight".

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Released: 2012 My remix for the awesome Basement Freaks of his tune Cash money!

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Released: 2012 Out of all the songs I've worked on, this one means the most. I heard the original "Clean Air Clean Country" off Mista Savona's "Fire Dragon Riddim" in 2009 I believe. It took me 2 years of emailing him until he trusted me with the stems, and I made this remix. It's turned out to be one of the songs I'm known most for. This was the start of a long friendship and working relationship with Jake, Mista Savona, who is one of the worlds best reggae producers, and someone I look up to a respect very much. The vinyl includes the Full mix, instrumental and a special Dub Mix that is the release below. This version is the only version available digitally.
Released: 2012 The more chilled version of my Clean Air remix. Only available on vinyl, pretty much just on Discogs as it sold out around the world quite fast. : )
Released: 2012 This was a tune I made for the "Ghetto Funk Icons Vol 2" compilation. Sampling the new acapella of "Bust A Move" that came out, as well as the original sample from Ballin' Jack "Found a Child".

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Released: 2011 Collab with my homey Jpod and Blackout JA !
Released: 2011 Bootleg I did for my friend Ernesto's booty label Tremendo. Still really proud of this tune, fun funky synths and some cool sound design (at the time). I can't remember who I sampled for the vocals in this one.

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Released: 2011 Little mashup of some good west coast acapella's, I made the backing track.

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Released: 2011 Remix I did for my friends "The Rootsellers"
Released: 2011 A remix I did for the Baymont Bros from Spain.
Released: 2011 Sampling of the classic tune "All This Love That I'm Giving" by Gwen McCrae. Track 1 of 4 of my Ghetto Funk EP.
Released: 2011 Barrington Levy getting the re-rub on this one. Track 2 of 4 of my Ghetto Funk EP.
Released: 2011 DNB remix of Fabolous and Nate Dogg. Track 3 of 4 of my Ghetto Funk EP.
Released: 2011 Beefed up Galactic and Patra on this jam. Love those guys. Track 4 of 4 on my Ghetto Funk EP.
Released: 2011 An adventure (at the time) into a different tempo... Vocal Sample by Demolition Man.
Released: 2011 Remix for my friend Omegaman from Australia.
Released: 2011 My first release with Ed Solo. Meant a lot to me, working with one of my all time heroes. The start of a long relationship of making tunes together over the years. Ed is a legend.
Released: 2010 This was my second vinyl release with Good Groove Records, part of the Regrooved series.
Released: 2010 This was a bootleg I made for the "Big M Productions Presents Vol. 8" EP that came out on Vinyl. Lots of us homeys released a bootleg or 2 on this label. Was vinyl only and probably only available on Discogs now.

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Released: 2010 Remix for my homey Basement Freaks, extra vocals by Dash from the Rootsellers...

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Released: 2010 My remix for the Fort Knox / See-I Boys.... Loved the orginal, and the song name.
Released: 2010 Remix I did for The Rootsellers... Bangin' wompy funk.
Unreleased: 2009 I made this track for a label that never ended up materializing. At the time (2009) I was a teacher at the Centre for Arts and Technology, and (now) Dubstep phenom Datsik was one of the first ever students I taught. I gave this track to Troy to remix and he ended up releasing it independently... It did rather well as it was right when he was starting to blow up. The label never materialized and I never ended up releasing it, but hey, 7 years later you can have it if you want lol.

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Released: 2009 Remix for my homey Featurecast on the now deceased Baffin Island Beat Brigade Label. Midtempo wompy synth guitar stuff. Good times.
Released: 2009 A joke song I made in rebuttal to a forum flame war that was happening between a bunch of producers. I made this song to make fun of a guy who will remain nameless... He never made a joke song back, so I won. YOU GOT A BIG MOUTH!

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Released: 2008 This was the first track I ever had signed to a label, and was the start of my music production career. The label was called "Good Groove" and was run by my good friend Slim. Artists like Featurecast, Slynk, Parker, Nick Thayer, Basement Freaks, DJ P, Breakbeat Junkie and DJ Wood all released tunes on vinyl on this iconic label for funk dj's... This label later sort of turned into Ghetto Funk when tunes started going in a harder direction. It was my start and I'll always be grateful for getting the opportunity to release a song with GG, let alone it be on vinyl. The first of many.
Released: 2008 "Bass Now VIP" was a tune I made very early in my career, one of the first that anyone paid any attention to. A tribute to one of my hereos, A Skillz, the track is predominantly made by 2 different drum loops from his tunes, with a bassline that I wrote and many vocals sampled from the old Fingerlickin sample record, and a lil John Acapella. The original vocals said "Put it in ya face now what ya gon do", but the way that I cut the sample it sounded like "Bass Now Whatcha Gon do!" A Skillz played this tune in one of his live sets that got broadcast on the internet in 2008 or 2009, I cant remember, but that was one of the best feelings in the world. It also pretty much marked the start of a long friendship with Adam, who I have now produced a tune with and can call a good friend.

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Released: 2007 I made this song to make fun of my friend Excision. I was playing at his club night in Kelowna called "Elevation". Which was the follow up club night to the revered "Higher Ground" which is where I cut my teeth as an early dj. Anyways I was working at a radio station and I recorded the main vocal on this tune to make fun of shitty dubstep. Then released it on the net. It actually got included in some best of Dubstep 2007 compilations, and Jeff "Excision" went on to remix it and it went to #2 in the Dubstep charts on Beatport. Good times.

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Released: 2007 The recording session I did with Jon from the radio station I worked at in Kelowna. I used this to make Whalestep.

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