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Nightshifters continues with their heavy bass induced world takeover, their next release comes from two of NYCs finest dj’s/producers, namely Udachi and Jubilee who gives us the “Paypur EP”.

“We’re proud to present our next EP, this time a collaborative effort between two of New York’s Hottest DJ/producers Udachi and Jubilee! A beast of a release, Paypur features two incredible original tracks by the duo and five stunning remixes. AC Slater states “This could easily be the biggest release of 2009. I’ve been playing this in every one of my DJ sets for the past 6 months.” Garnering support from the likes of Tommie Sunshine, Fake Blood, DJ Craze, and Klever, and BBC Radio 1 Airplay on Kissy Sellouts show, it has breakthrough potential! “Paypur” begins on a mellow old school tip with an 808 bounce that builds into an oscillating frenzy of a drop. The track follows an imaginary clubber on his first night out, he thinks he has the swag, but the push and pull of the track shows the subtle comedy of someone succumbing to too much “fun”, then regresses from the perfect bliss of mixed substances before hurling it up with a psychedelic whine of chest thumping bass.

“Smoke Rings” includes Jubilee on vocals crooning over a dub-reggae breakdown about aliens stealing her weed. The best slices in like a rip in the space-time continuum sending Jess on a chase to get the weed back. If you want to know how the story ends, the crooner gets her weed back and parties with the aliens back on Planet Rad! A happy ending indeed…

While the two original tracks are simply amazing, the remixes are equally incredible. Nick Catchdubs enlists hot-as-fuck lyricist Kid Daytona to re-construct Paypur into a screwed dirty south styled jam filled with swagger and ready for radio airplay. Venezuela’s Cardopusher pushes the bass to the maxx with his mosh-pit-dubstep remix of the same tune, while Thunderheist’s Grahmzilla flips the vibe into an expansive techno affair ready for your next sunrise session. Breakbeat hardcore legend Luna-C turns “Smoke Rings” into a dub-bass rave anthem of the next level akin to ‘SL2 on a ragga tip’. And while a rave vibe can also be felt in Dre Skull’s incredible remix, he pushes up the Funky snares and adds a sinister breakdown that’s sure to get shirts flung off the dance floor.”

Udachi & Jubilee – Paypur (direct link)

BONUS: Nick Catchdubs just sent over his remix with Kid Daytona.

Udachi & Jubilee – Paypur (Nick Catchdubs remix (zip file with main + clean version, Sendspace)

Video for “Smoke Rings”.

Wale mixtape

Jun 2 2008


DC rapper Wale is one of the rappers we’ve posted most here on Discobelle and he’s also been featured on alot of other blogs. Here’s his anticipated mixtape “The Mixtape About Nothing” which was mixed by Nick Catchdubs. Grab the goodness here!


1. “The Opening Title Sequence” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
2. “The Roots Song Wale Is On” f. Chrisette Michele (produced by ?uestlove & James Poyser)
3. “The Feature Heavy Song” f. Bun B, Pusha T and Tre from UCB (produced by Best Kept Secret)
4. “The Freestyle (Roc Boys)”
5. “The Perfect Plan” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
6. “The Kramer” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
7. “The Crazy” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
8. “The Vacation From Ourselves” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
9. “The Remake of A Remake (All I Need)” f. Tawiah (produced by Mark Ronson)
10. “The Grown Up” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
11. “The Manipulation” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
12. “The Artistic Integrity” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
13. “The Star”
14. “The Skit (Untz Untz)”
15. “The Cliche Lil Wayne Feature (It’s The Remix baby!)” (produced by Osinachi)
16. “The Bmore Club Slam” (produced by Scottie B)
17. “The Chicago Falcon Remix” f. The Budos Band (produced by Mark Ronson & Eli Escobar)
18. “The Hype” (produced by Best Kept Secret)
19. “The End Credits” (produced by Best Kept Secret)


Well, we’ve been slacking a bit here at Discobelle. The other day we got some info in the mail from Nick Catchdubs (one of the head honchos of Fools Gold) about the latest Fools Gold releases – Kid Cudi and Jokers Of The Scene – from Nick Catchdubs but neglected to throw it up so you’ve probably already seen it elsewhere.

Anyway, we dig Kid Cudis laidback melodic singstyle rap and then of course the Crookers boys can do no wrong with their remix of “Day N Nite”. Also, the canadian club monsters known as Jokers of The Scene brings us one giant ravetastic release destined for the big rooms with “Y’all Know The Name” on which our old aquintance William Russell proves his ready for the major leagues with his remix of b-side “Juggle It”.

Kid Cudi – Day N Nite (Crookers Remix)

Jokers of the Scene – Juggle It (William Russell Remix)