proGrammar | Spike Jonze EP

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Spike Jonze EP

by proGrammar

Dope covers of songs by The Beastie Boys, The Pharcyde and Fatlip.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Sureshot (Beastie Boys)
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2. What's Up, proGram? (Fatlip) feat. Jay + AC
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3. Drop (The Pharcyde)
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This album available on iTunes! Copy this link into your browser:
http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=165228917&s=143441

Back in the early 2000’s sometime, Frank, the booking agent for the Crocodile Café, in Seattle, WA, contacted me regarding participating in a show, in connection with the Seattle International Film Festival, in honor of the director Spike Jonze. The idea was to get a bunch of local bands to cover songs, the videos for which Spike had directed. What you hear here is the result of my contribution. Spike never showed, the bastard.

I like to think of myself as somewhat of an experimentalist within the realm of hip-hop. But, it helps to show that I can actually pull off the straight-ahead stuff when needed, and I think this project proves that quite well.

Pure hip-hop; straight up boom-bap.


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