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Krooked Drivers Fuse Hip Hop and Funk in New Remix ‘Where the Hood At’

Sometimes artists get on a roll and just start busting out with quality tracks and I'm happy to report Krooked Drivers is certainly getting down with it. Their recent remix of Albert King and DMX's “Where The Hood At” combines the genius of hip-hop lyrical hooks with funky electronic glitchy awesomeness. Of particular mention in my opinion is their inclusion of full vocal verses as opposed to chopping up the verses, which really gives it a feel of a fusion rather than a reduction, which some artists are prone to do. Beginning the track with some high flying flute samples before busting down into a bluesy guitar and vocal track, the song is well-rounded from beginning to end. I particularly love the echo and answer effect throughout the track and would highly recommend you give it a nice long listen. As of the writing of this sentence, I've listened to the song three times in a row and I'm still grinning and bouncing my head. The track is also available for free download on their Soundcloud page which can be reached through the widget below. If you skip this track, you're screwing up.

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