We’ve got an interesting rework of everyone’s favorite Wilson Pickett joint “Engine Number Nine”, the lyric lifted from one of the best hip hop sing a longs of all time from Black Sheep. This time Jorun Bombay does his magic on the original, and even though it’s been out for a minute, we’d be remiss not to highlight this jam. Heavy drums, that bass line, and of course the fuzzy psych guitar get the Bombay treatment here. With plenty of isolated parts of the original, Jorun runs game on this rework. It’s definitely funky drummer material here. Spaced out classic jam here my friends. The flip is a bonus track from Emskee. Yeah we said it, NYC’s own Emskee of The Good People steady smashing the mic on “Opening Act” like you know he can. Emskee is the real deal and paired up with the production of Jorun Bombay, you’ve got an unfuckable record right ‘cher. If you have not uncovered the Jorun edits he’s done in the past, we’d suggest you take a look at his discography and get it smoking on your turntables. As for Em (That’s in Emskee), the talented DJ/ emcee and seriously all around good dude has been repping NYC lovely for quite some time, laying down great music, DJ sets, and some wise philosophy and life tips on the socials. Check out snippets from the Diggers With Gratitude Page and buy the 45 after the stream. Another sure shot with the label art done by Mr. Krum as well. All around banger.