- Performer Greyboy
- Title Make Music
- Style Breakbeat
- Other formats MPC DXD AA MP2 WMA ADX FLAC
- Genre Electronic
- Size MP3 1703 mb
- Size FLAC 1617 mb
- Rating: 4.7
- Votes: 775
Listen to music from Greyboy like Got to Be a Love (with Quantic & Sharon Jones), Unwind Your Mind (feat. Karl Denson) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Greyboy. The tracks crafted into this fourth Greyboy album include groundbreaking territory for the Southern California based producer/DJ. For the first time he recorded full vocal songs adding a new soulful dimension to his music. Greyboy is San Diego producer and DJ, Andreas Stevens, he makes spacy acid jazz with hip-hop roots. Greyboy is San Diego producer and DJ, Andreas Stevens,.
Greyboy Logan's Run. 04:48. greyboy got to be love [paul nice remix, with quantic and sharon jones). Greyboy Color in Between the Lines (feat. Greyboy Mastered the art. 03:56.
We Make Music" is a bouncy bass-heavy, soulful song, and "Let 'Em Know" is an energetic rap tune driven by funky wah wah guitar, Muddy's slick flow, and Greyboy's turntable skills. Both sides feature vocal and tasty instrumental versions. For fans of Spacek, RJD2, NERD, Mr. Scruff, and Jay Dee.
Make Music - Greyboy. Gravity And Gravy - Leadfoot Rivet. Road Kill - Leadfoot Rivet. Road To Cairo - Leadfoot Rivet.
After recording some DJ mix albums for his other label, P-Jays, in 1998, Greyboy returned from a brief sabbatical in 2001 with his third and least acid jazz-sounding album, Mastered the Art. The album features only samples from vinyl rather than jazz instrumentation to make it sound much more like hip-hop than acid jazz.
Loggia, 12. Make Music, 13. Gotta’ Stand For Something, 14. Everyday Problem. More albums from Greyboy: Greybreaks Volume One by Greyboy. Land Of The Lost by Greyboy. Freestylin’ by Greyboy. Mastered The Art by Greyboy. View all albums . Soul Mosaic.
Fix in Music Library. Greyboy layers fat hip-hop drum loops underneath Harold Todd's tenor sax and flute and Marc Antoine's guitar on "Ruffneck Jazz" and "Panacea," and then proceeds to do just that for most of the rest of the disc. I have his other album Land of the Lost. I think Freestylin is as good or better. If you like Greyboy you will like this album. It is jazzy fused hiphop modern sounds. Try this album if your looking for something like that.
It was ten years ago that producer/DJ Greyboy burst onto the southern California club scene with the groundbreaking Freestylin', an album that helped give shape to the nascent acid jazz movement and define a regional dance music genre. Although he has been active and in high demand as both a producer and DJ since, his output of albums has been sparse, averaging about one every three years since his debut.