El Michels Affair – “Can It All Be So Simple (remix)” w/ Sandpeople
February 12, 2010, 3:09 pm
Filed under: Downloads, Music

For El Michels Affair and Wu Tang Clan fans, the release of the Enter the 38th Chamber project is a dream come true. And the next single “Can It All Be So Simple”, featuring the lyrical stylings of Portland natives, Sandpeople, is guaranteed to satisfy fans worldwide. Often described as “a beautiful fusion of talent and dependencies” this ten member gathering of hip-hop artists take the classic urban track and add their own flavor. Emcee Gold, one of the Sandpeople members, had this to say on the creation of the track “I pictured the record as being one part “an ode to” and one part “our take on the concept”. I figured we should embellish on the lines that made the song so timeless and with sapient singing the hook it brought everything full circle.” Mission accomplished.

Enter The 38th Chamber is a collaboration between, Fat Beats, and Audible Treats to present a remix series that finds a crew of elite emcees riding the rhythms of El Michels’ down and dusty soul instrumentals. Appearances by Diamond District, Del The Funky Homosapien, A-Plus of Souls of Mischief, Kam Moye, Nightclubber Lang of Boom Bap Project, Sandpeople, Von Pea of Tanya Morgan, and many more will add layers of lyricism to El Michels’ signature funk, making it a complete and compelling package for all listeners.

“Can It All Be So Simple (remix)” w/ Sandpeople [download]

El Michels Affair
Sandpeople: website / MySpace


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Check my Heiroglyphics mix, lemme know what u think

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