Looks like DJ Premier decided to put his legendary spin on J. Cole‘s KOD closer (and ode to your favorite 90’s rapper), “1985.” Titled the “1966 Remix,” Preemo took a track that was already immersed in classic ‘boom bap’ vibes and, well, makes it even more so:
I bought J. Cole’s ‘KOD’ LP as soon as it dropped with no warning to the fans; which I too am a fan.
“1985” resonated with me immediately so I asked Cole if I could get the Acapella and do an underground DJ version just for fun.
He sent it and I just pieced some stab samples to keep it on some boom bap shit.
Here it is.
Vibe to the new version below.
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