Lung Dee Kee Mao (Uncle Dee Is a Drunk) by P. Promdan
Our boy, Nam (@airbornho), sent us this week’s sample which comes from a compilation cd, titled “Thai Pop Spectacular: 1960s-1980s” released by Sublime Frequencies. This label is known for acquiring and exposing obscure music to the masses. Be sure to check out their other compilations.
The Thai pop scene had some diverse musical influence from the international scene: jazz, rock, disco, and in this case, funk. The sample is pretty short and pretty repetitive — challenging to sample, but dope nonetheless. One of these weeks i’ll jump back in the rotation. Works been kicking my ass lately. Hopefully next week!
Featured Beats and Producers:
Q-Razy by Flava Matikz of Q-York (Mandaluyong, Philippines)
Mad Thorough feat. Prodigy of Mobb Deep by Chrizo (Las Piñas, Philippines)
Bringin’ it Back by PMBeatz (Washginton, DC)
Come on, We’re Settin’ Off (Everyone’s Ready) by Sideways (Orlando, FL)
Move to The Horns by Nev (Augusta, GA)
Yokrim by Enfinity (Winter Park, FL)
Different by Justin de Guzman (Manila, Philippines)
Back at it by 25/8 (Miami, FL)
Confronter by Blackph03nix (London, England)
How Do U by thadizzie1 (San Francisco, CA)
Manonorotot by D (Lipa, Batangas)
Ninja Mouth by Gee (Toronto, Canada)