Suppertime: Listening Party Recap

I'm telling you guys, it was a ball! We played a bunch of joints from Suppertime, and then Neeze rolled in and started playing a bunch of unreleased stuff.

- An old JoJo track called "Bad Boy"
- A Brandy joint produced by Dr Dre, written by Static
- A huge amount of records from Static's library

All in all, for those that no showed, you guys missed out on a lot.

But everyone deserves a second chance. We'll have more listening parties in the future. And check this out, if we get a huge amount of people on Skype, Neeze will play stuff from...

...

DA BASSMENT era.

5 comments:

LCSS said...

Glad I came thru...it was hot and informative...Big ups to Neeze, Slam and Budda...Static will live on!!

Anonymous said...

wow.. damn i missed this.... can someone hook up some snippets??? i'm from germany and it is really hard to be on a listening party because of the time differences-..

DJ Slam said...

We are going to try to do it at an earlier time the next time around to accommodate the most amount of people. Also, most likely it will be on a weekend.

Dimu said...

Yeah it was DOPE, ALL U PEOPLE, don't miss out on the next one because some raw XXCLUSIVES will be put up !!!

Anonymous said...

Wassup Guys! I just want to say that i am so glad i found this site! I have always been a Playa fan and not until last week, when i was looking for somewhere to listen to Playa's Your Dress, had i ran into this site linking it! I was soo happy b/c i could not find it ANYWHERE! and from there this site really showed me the man behind all those RAW harmonies that drew me to Playa's music! THANK YOU GUYS for spreading the word and information about Static Major. I have been promoting his name more now that i have learned about how crazy a arranger and a song writer he was. Is there a e-mail list for this site that you guys send out for new updates or something? If so i would like to be added. Keep up the good work and i am lookin out for the next listening party. I would really like to hear songs from Da Bassment era! That's when Playa and them were at their rawest in my opinion. YEE!

a big fan from SF,
Josh M

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