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October 16, 2016
 

Legacy Ft. DJ Heron – Back to the Basics (Jackin’ For Beats 2016)

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Legacy  DJ Heron

Back to the Basics

(Jackin’ For Beats 2016)

Back to the basics - legacy dj heron - miami- 305

 

Legacy and DJ Heron combine and drop Back to the Basics. Running through 15 Hip-Hop instrumentals Legacy makes use of every bar while DJ heron does his magic with the cuts. Back to the Basics is a great track with Legacy touching on todays state of the culture, social media, hustle, and skills to name a few. Look out for Legacy and DJ Heron they are a serious combination of MC and DJ doing it for the love. Check the video and stay tuned.

 

 

 

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With an increasing divide of todays Hip Hop music and culture, Legacy looks to lead by example with his latest project yet, “Back to The Basics”. Accompanied by long time friend and South Florida legend, Dj Heron, the two have managed to successfully create a feeling that can only be described as… Nostalgia.

Reminiscent of Ice Cube’s single “Jackin’ for Beats”, released almost 26 years ago today, “Back to the basics” attempts to recreate a similar tone. Moving through an array of die hard classics that are sure to identify with the fans, the seemingly effortless transition from instrumental to instrumental exemplifies the long lost art of Turntableism.

The bedrock of contemporary “Rap Music” was founded by the the Dj and later strengthened by his relationship with the MC. From backyard boogies to House parties and jams, the distinct sound of a needle hitting vinyl to the breath control needed to “Move the Crowd”, the authenticity of Hip Hop’s “Raw and Uncut” style is what pushed the music genre into its modern day commercial status.

Imagine a time when words held more value than a pocket book, when the thought you put behind your lyrics mattered more than the amount of money you put in your bank. Before Hip Hop was used as a marketing tool and Social Media determined your worth. Before “Auto Tune” made everyone a singer and commercialized “Ringtone Rappers” overwhelmed the air waves. At one point Hip Hop was more than just a “Dope Beat” and a “Catchy Hook”… Hip Hop was Art.

Lets Bring it Back to the Basics…



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