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Será 2014 el año de Moveltraxx? Posiblemente. Por qué? Enero ha empezado con tres pistoletazos por parte de la firma de ghetto music. Big Dope P remezclando a Feadz, colaborando en el LP del Ed Banger (y haciéndonos esta espectacular mixtape) y ahora nace la sexta entrega de “Da Movelt Posse” series, que pasa a llamarse #DMP6. No hay nada que demostrar por parte del sello. Sólo tienen que seguir su camino.
En cuanto a #DMP6, tal y como pasaba con anteriores ediciones, la recopilación es cuando menos, ambiciosa, 16 temas, a cada cual más loco con nombres de primera línea de mar como Tameil, Earl o Ezekiel, miembros de la Movelt Family. Feadz también está incluído y parece que sea el más joven de la familia. Llénate de ghetto, de baltimore, jersey y hasta filter house. Pero si nos llama la atención un nombre es el de The Eternals. Recordad que presentamos en primicia el nuevo tema de los creadores del “Wrath Of Zeus”.
2014 has now clearly begun and the least we can say is that this year isn’t stingy at all about release. It’s Hard to remember that we’re all born in the last century, even millenium…
2014 may be Moveltraxx’s year. Why? January has been hit three times by some releases coming from the Movelt family. Their reputation has been built and they have nothing to prove. They may just have to go on as they do.
Let’s do some kind of rewind of January
Our journey begins with the remix of Bird Flu made by Mitghy Mark and TT The Artist ; a track which was shot into a video clip. That’s a good excuse to get back into Big Dope P‘s Diggity Two EP release of last summer.
Let’s move on to the new Feadz‘ EP : Instant Alpha – which has also reconciled me with the colored touch of Fabien – on which Big Dope P dropped a kick-ass remix worth breaking some necks with a prod as heavy as 5 Grammies.
But as everything happens in threes, let’s end with a release of a new Movelt Da Posse’s compilation. They’ve already made five editions before and as good as they were, how come a sixth could not have been issued?
Like the previous releases, it is ambitious and brings together 16 artists for tracks just as crazy as one another. Tameil, Earl and a guy called Ezekiel, members of the Movelt Family, are all there; Feadz is in as well and he looks like the youngest in the family. But if one name comes to mind, it is : The Eternals. One of the most famous name in French touch with their Wrath Of Zeus released by Crydamoure, an anthem that has marked his ages. The Eternals comes back with a calm but disco, new and groovy track named Headless Dancers.