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Babyface Drop Gritty Album 'Dirty South Pacific'

Babyface Drop Gritty Album 'Dirty South Pacific'

Tuesday 5th December, 2017 12:58PM

Auckland hip hop project Babyface, the brainchild of producer WhyFi and vocalist Shiraz, have dropped a zoned out new collection of gritty beats and slamming rhymes, cannily titled Dirty South Pacific. Inspired by “Memphis Phonk” and Atlanta trap, tunes recall the mid-nineties lo-fi rap recordings of Memphis artists such as Tommy Wright III, and the chopped and screwed production of Delroy Edwards’ recent Slowed Down Funk mixtapes. The collection is released by highly productive and adventurous local label The Grow Room, listen up below…

Links
facebook.com/thegrowroomakl/
facebook.com/WhyFiAKL/
facebook.com/shirazandlsj/

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