Featuring Jan Kincaid from the Brand New Heavies laying down his very own backbeat! A Billboard chart breaker, early Hip-Hop pioneer, a recognized songwriter and respected producer, Jan has delivered an electrifying selection from his impressive repertoire of original and ground breaking beats.
More than 400 loops that average 2-8 bars in length inspired by the great drummers of the past and the Hip-Hop beats that followed them. Drops In The Bronx is the first of our Street series catering for the Hip-Hop and Nu Soul fraternity.
Containg Rich Rim Shot Breaks, Compressed Soul Beats, Blunted Jazz Grooves and Dope Funk Breaks.
Recorded and mixed on a 1970s Neve and Api consoles, analog tape, vintage microphones and outboard gear including multiple Pultec equalizers, Fairchild compressors, vintage Ludwig and Gretsch kits were used with old skins including calfskin, vintage Zildjian hats and snares by Ludwig, Rogers and Slingerland
If you're a composer, producer, re-mixer or musician these beats will provide endless inspiration.
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