Rjd2
RJD2 is Ramble John Krohn, a hip-hop producer. RJD2 was born in Eugene, Oregon, and raised in Columbus, Ohio. Until recently, he was part of the Definitive Jux label and produced tracks for many of its artists, as well as having a solo career. In 2006, RJ "ditched hip-hop" for the indie-rock label XL, releasing The Third Hand in March 2007. From 1998 to 1999, he saw success blossom as DJ/producer for the Columbus-based group the Megahertz, with two twelve-inch singles on Bobbito Garcia's legendary NY label, Fondle 'Em Records.
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Rjd2
RJD2 is Ramble John Krohn, a hip-hop producer. RJD2 was born in Eugene, Oregon, and raised in Columbus, Ohio. Until recently, he was part of the Definitive Jux label and produced tracks for many of its artists, as well as having a solo career. In 2006, RJ "ditched hip-hop" for the indie-rock label XL, releasing The Third Hand in March 2007. From 1998 to 1999, he saw success blossom as DJ/producer for the Columbus-based group the Megahertz, with two twelve-inch singles on Bobbito Garcia's legendary NY label, Fondle 'Em Records.
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Bodybounce
Hard hitting bounce to make ya move.more
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The Transition
I wrote this beat over 10 years ago and from what the lyrics say, I laid down the vocals about nine years ago. You can do that math to figure out my age. :) This is just me being honest with my love for the art form that is rap. It's a throwback to when I grew up with lots of 808s. It's old school 80's style rap.more
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Simple track with a solid beat that revolves around the melody, played on piano and resurfaces on strings toward the middle section after the drum break. Being a drummer, I naturally try to do cool/creative stuff with the beat. Let me know what you think.more
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