Fat Beats Records presents: „Baker’s Dozen – DIBIA$E“ (Full Stream)

Dibiase Bakers Dozen Cover WHUDAT

Wir haben schon länger nichts mehr von DIBIA$E (gefeatured) hier auf WHUDAT gehabt, damit ist ab heute Schluss: hier ist „Baker’s Dozen“ von Fat Beats Records, eine Vinyl-Serie, die in regelmäßigen Abständen die Creme de la Creme der HipHop-Beats präsentiert und den jeweiligen Künstlern somit die Carte blanche gibt, sich und seinen Signature-Sound vorzustellen. Fast ein bißchen verwunderlich, dass das DIBIA$E Feature so vergleichsweise lang gedauert hat, aber besser spät denn nie. Greem Llama ist back up in this, es gibt 12 Tunes, die den unverwechselbaren Style von DIBIA$E representen. Im HipHop geht es ja mehr als in jedem anderen Musik-Genre um Geschmack und DIBIA$E aus Los Angeles trifft da bei mir voll ins Schwarze. Su’en to nod yo head to, wer das hier mag, ist bei WHUDAT genau richtig. Super Dopeness, unbedingt diggen!

„Fat Beats Records is proud to present Baker’s Dozen, an exclusive vinyl series that shines a light on the best minds of instrumental hiphop, ambient, and electronic music. Each installment gives one artist carte blanche to capture their signature sound.“

„It’s crazy to think that my equipment collection and beat making process started back in high school with just an 8 second Gemini sampler and a Sony Walkman. It was a super basic set up. Back then I used whatever I could get my hands on. Finding different samples, looping them up, running the layers back through the Walkman. Adding more layers and repeating that process until I had a beat. It worked.

My process is a lot different now but in some ways it’s the same. I still do a lot of layering. I use a combination of hardware and software. Sometimes I start with a sample. Sometime I start with drums. It depends on my mood and the genre. Sometime I use a kit. Other times I will sample and layer drums, run them through another piece of equipment like the SP-12 or 404 to dirty them up, then dump them back into Ableton.

I really don’t have a set way of doing things musically. I like to experiment with different technics and styles. I like my music to have a certain sound. Most of the time I let the process happen naturally.“ – Dibia$e

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