Primitive London is proud to present ‘EXCLUSIVO’, a new, and very exclusive mix, from Brixton producers, DJ’s and vocalists Kami-lo, Uli-k, and Blaze Kidd. Featuring almost entirely unreleased original material, their sound drifts through reggaeton, grime, kizomba, and r n’b. Taking inspiration from their surroundings, and Chilean heritage to create a sound that is effortlessly relevant, and exciting.
Jessy Lanza is definitely the discovery of the past two years for me. She is a standout alt-soul artist working with superior producers. Here is her latest mix:
“I did most of this mix on my computer in a waiting room. This sounds selfish but the whole time I was trying to cheer myself up. I hope that somebody else finds it cheery. As Dan Snaith would say, it’s all about the bangers and ballads.” @jessylanza
Jessy Lanza – Guess what (Unreleased)
Tory Lanez – Henny In Hand
2nyo – Roll with me
Addison Groove feat. Dj rashad – U Been Gone
Spinn/Taso / Jessy lanza – Unreleased
Spinn + Taso – Burn That Kush
Delroy Edwards – Anotha Lonely Night (Twelve A.M)
Doc Daneeka feat. Seven Davis Jr. – What’s it Gonna Be?
Juke Wilson – Tell Me.
Crackboy & Jean Nipon – Ligne Onze
Buchla – Four Tet (Seven Davis Jr. Remix)
French Fries & Bambounou – What’s Up Evan
Jeffrey Osborne – Plane love.
Virgo – Take Me Higher.
Funkinevil – In the grid.
Larry Heard – Missing you.
Delroy Edwards – Laced With Water.
Sharaya J – Takin It No More
Mouse On Mars vs. Junior Boys – Putty tart.
What I find so brilliant about electro chaabi is that it’s the exact opposite of “world music” – heritage dressing up culture for tourists on expensive package trips. This is the utterly inauthentic but utterly brilliant party music of young working-class and underclass Egypt, seen one step removed through the cracked prism of two lunatic Dutch Nicki Minaj and Shaggy fans. And it sounds something like this…
… like THIS.
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Jam City is the maddest of them all. His mixing is close to perfection. Best MIX of the year so far.
Among other things, it features KATE BUSH and AL-QAEDA sounding hip-hop from GHANA of all places.