Various Artists: Common’s album Resurrection – Beats and Remakes Part 2, presented by Worldwide Beatmakers.
One of many people’s favorite album, and also a release that got a lot of people into listening to hip-hop. This time, we’re remaking the classic – Resurrection from Common. Fourteen unique and exclusive tracks that’s reflecting the vibe and sound coming from the original album.
Quote: By Toure
February 9, 1995
Rolling Stone – Review
Whether or not Resurrection is a classic will be decided in the future, but for now it’s indisputable that Common Sense has succeeded in creating that rare thing: a solid hardcore hip-hop album. Hardcore not for the verbal body count but for the confluence of phat beats, smooth flows and dope rhymes. Resurrection belongs among the best recent hardcore albums: Illmatic, by Nas, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), by Wu-Tang Clan, and Ready to Die, by the Notorious B.I.G. Of course, by this time next year, even those three may have joined the list of hip-hoppers on the Slide.
- Ol’ Burger Beats – Resurrection
- Maad Phonic– Used to love H.E.R
- Mecca:83 – Watermelon
- Airworks – Book of Life
- Scottie Royal – In My Own World (Check The Method)
- Homage – Another Wasted Night With…
- Drips Zacheer – Nuthin’ to do
- Fede Poul feat. Lazer & Scratch – Communism
- MazeOne – WMOE
- Max I Million – Thisisme
- Machacha – Orange Pineapple Juice
- DonutProducer– Chapter 13 (Rich Man vs. Poor Man)
- Monma – Maintaining
- Lonius – Sum Shit I Wrote
This project has been organized & curated by Lars ‘Kongchain‘ Hartmann. Presented by the Worldwide Beatmakers. Mastering done by Paweł ‘Pold‘ Wojaczek. Thank you for the support we’ve been receiving on these projects.
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