‘Bridges’ is the new track on Ramrock Records from L.A. hip hop duo Substance Abuse aka Eso Tre and Subz. ‘Bridges’ features Aceyalone, founding member of legendary Freestyle Fellowship, a collective who brought an improvisational focus to the Los Angeles underground hip-hop scene in the 1990s.
The original version is a sublime, soulful, future hip hop classic referencing the very best of the jazzy undertones from the ‘golden era’ groups like De La Soul, Tribe Called Quest, Jungle Brothers and their ilk and will be featured on the limited 7” vinyl. The ‘North Street’ Vocal Remix with Beedle, Morris & Wallace flexing their considerable production and composition muscle, come up with an original musical score to run ‘Bridges’ over, paying respect to Ramsey Lewis, Ronnie Foster and Bob James which will also feature on vinyl as well as digital. Other tracks on the digital ‘North Street’ Remixes EP, to accompany the ‘North Street’ Vocal Remix, will be the Piano Dub and Instrumental.
Tracks featured are now in our archived playlist but you can still listen here and check out the latest music added to our playlist above, also the new remix of the tracks is now streaming on our new jazz and beats playlist.
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