Mos Def Mashing It Up With The Slickers Inna Harder They Come Style

“Beef don’t come with a radio edit,” Mos Def observes in one of his hardest tunes ever. DJ Mark Tannone’sMos Dub project somehow makes it even harder by remixing the with The Slickers’ steady-rockin’  rude boy anthem “Johnny Too Bad” from The Harder They Come soundtrack. But don’t take my word for it. Run the track…

[audio:https://www.boomshots.com/tunes/JohnnyTooBeef.mp3]

Ever since Black Star first came out with “Definition,” sampling the “Zunga Zeng” riddim, Mos Def’s rootical rhymes have cried out for a roots rock arrangement. Like all true Brooklyn MC’s, Mos displays an affinity for the rub-a-dub cadences every time he holds the steel. Take that and rewind it back:

Mos Def Mashing It Up With The Slickers Inna Harder They Come Style

“Beef don’t come with a radio edit,” Mos Def observes in one of his hardest tunes ever. DJ Mark Tannone’sMos Dub project somehow makes it even harder by remixing the with The Slickers’ steady-rockin’  rude boy anthem “Johnny Too Bad” from The Harder They Come soundtrack. But don’t take my word for it. Run the track…

[audio:https://www.boomshots.com/tunes/JohnnyTooBeef.mp3]

Ever since Black Star first came out with “Definition,” sampling the “Zunga Zeng” riddim, Mos Def’s rootical rhymes have cried out for a roots rock arrangement. Like all true Brooklyn MC’s, Mos displays an affinity for the rub-a-dub cadences every time he holds the steel. Take that and rewind it back: