tiistai 29. maaliskuuta 2011

Reeeeeeeemix pressure.

As of right now, me and a few other dnb headz have been hard at work on a top secret remix project. Just put the finnishing touches on my track tonite, and now its going to mixdown. More info coming on this project asap. So stay tuned for something BIG!

perjantai 25. maaliskuuta 2011

Can you hear me now ((((((( Radio ))))))))

Its with great pleasure to be involved with one of Rap Stations brand new shows Hiphop Gods - Can you hear me now (brain child of Chuck D & Gary G-Wiz), hosted by Flatline (my best friend) based outa Seattle, Washington. Been involved with doing all the soundbeds (jingles) for the show with production alias CX. If you want to check out the latest in hiphop, as well as touch on classics from back in the day with the host wit da most, then this be the show for you. You can catch the show every Tuesday right here at 

BONAFIDE 003 & 004 out now on digital!


Pledge allegiance to quality, sure-shot sounds. Champagne, always on point, delivers yet again on "The Pledge" and the listener will be handsomely rewarded. The track starts off, building and building with love in the air and then dives down, going dark underground at the minute and a half mark with deep bass and atmospheric effects. The sound will have most hooked and the musical journey in itself is time well spent.Having taken the listener underground, he brings it full circle with rich sounds and vocals againat the four and a half minute point. Nothing typical about the way Champagne has crafted "The Pledge" and the life that it takes on.


Please make sure your seat belt is fastened, it's time to roll. Champagne has come through with another incredible track entitled "Overhead Compartment" and it falls in line with the quality material he's been releasing recently. The six and a half minute track fades in and doesn't let go the entire time with the rolling grooves and layers of sound. The introduction of funky bass at the 4 1/2 minute mark will have the average listener feeling this track in a big way. Masterful with the time given, Champagne has the track coming in for a soft landing at the six minute mark and it's only right to play it again and again. You are now free to move about and groove to the sound.