Kick off your weekend with a dope debut collaboration between legendary UK producer Kista and Dusty Platter. This twelve song EP, with that late 80’s, early 90’s mindset throw well crafted beats all up in your area. Teaming up with emcees Tableek (Maspyke), Sumkid, and Rob Mckay, Kista’s sample selection works perfectly with this group of rhyme spitters. File under Funk and Jazz breaks if you please. No one ever gets tired of Idris Muhammad’s “Loran’s Dance” sample, so who cares if it’s been used before? Kista kills it on the track. The variety of vocal (hard to find sides) and instrumental tracks (some rare and unreleased) have that certain quality that I always look for in Hip Hop. Does it knock? Are the samples fresh? Do the emcees have something intelligent to say? I mean, for real? Are the beats quality? Yes x 4 on this EP. This extremely limited release vinyl is something that delivers. If you’re looking for a record that bangs, then the Pushin’ Buttons EP is for you. Try something different instead of the same Hip Hop over and over. You won’t be sorry. Limited to a 250 release, get yours before it’s gone. Happy Friday.
A1. Stupid Mutha (Featuring Tableek)
A2. Grandmaster Majere (Featuring Sumkid)
A3. Off The Beaten Track
A4. Devils Shoes (Featuring Sumkid & Rob Mckay)
A5. Talk With God (Featuring Tableek)
B1. Stupid Mutha (Instrumental)
B2. Grandmaster Majere (Instrumental)
B3. Day Two
B4. Devils Shoes (Instrumental)
B5. Talk With God (Instrumental)
B6. Day One
Get the record from Dusty Platter here.