Friday 25 November 2022

Album Review: Antisocial by AiKz and Third Degree




AiKz and Third Degree


Antisocial is the debut album from the duo of Abingdon emcee AiKz (pronounced aches) and Producer Third Degree (aka Liam Byrne, one half of Sophisticated Apes) who also resides in Abingdon.

It has been five years since AiKz released his debut album “The Life and Times”, which I’m ashamed to say I’ve not yet heard. During that time, he has been working hard alongside Liam, whom he met in 2012, as they both worked hard on honing their crafts in order to be able to release something that would be the best possible reflection of their individual talents.

So, this duo that comprises of an emcee with a talent for some witty wordplay and fierce delivery and a producer know for raw and aggressive beats and whose debut album with Sophisticated Apes “Civilization” has gained over 130K streams and some major support from BBC’s Introducing in the West Midlands, has the pedigree to deliver a blinding debut but, can they deliver? Join me to find out as I take you through all thirteen tracks of Antisocial…


The album kicks off or should I say ‘hits you for six’ straight out the gate with heavy pounding drums, strings, and keys. The Intro (OX Stand Up) is exactly what it says it is, a high-powered introduction that prepares you what it to come from AiKz and Third Degree. The OX referred to in the title comes from its postcode which reflects its location in relation to the city of Oxford.

With you attention well and truly grabbed by that intro, the guys move quickly into high gear as horns, drums, and a background of horns, giving you something upbeat to get you moving on Shut It Down. Here we get the full force of AiKz as he delivers what is a statement of facts. Using his slick lyrical wordplay and ferocious delivery he takes aim at all those who talk loud but, ain’t sayin’ nothin’ and also giving us a full verbal IMAX look at exactly what he is capable of on the mic. There is also a good sprinkling of cuts here too.  Just like sitting in a movie theatre and watching events unfold on the screen, we get the feeling that is what is happening here and maybe not how we expect? Piano, strings, and cuts (The first of three appearances by the legendary Jabbathakut) guide us into Who’s He before the beat drops, which is ripe for the head nods. This is not done at pace though and those strings give it a reflective vibe. Here we find AiKz in fine form as he breaks down who he is for all those who might ask, Who’s He? That reflective vibe helps you really feel what is being said here and you kinda take an instant liking to who AiKz is behind the mic and beyond. The introduction to Animal is one of sound bites and guitar. When the beat kicks in, it’s pounding and ,alongside that guitar, gives this one raw feel. Here we get schooled to the fact that AiKz might be a likable fellow but, when he gets behind the mic it’s business and cross him and he can tear you apart like he has the jaws of an angry animal. There jaws are metaphysical as rhymes, wordplay, delivery, and flow all combine into a form that is truly devastating, especially to wack emcees…

Ugly opens with a sample from the classic, It’s The Joint by Funky 4 + 1, which gives you the feeling of something special to come. Third Degree provides a beat of drums and piano which turns up the energy levels, just enough to keep ya bouncin’. AiKz proves that the title of the song is only there to show you how far he has come. He is anything but, ugly on the track as he shows here just what can be achieved when keep you focus and faith in your craft. It’s like this, you might have called me ugly once but now look at me, all you did was to give me the platform to rise above that. The track also ends with some little dedications, which adds a little depth of feeling. Hurt by Jonny Cash is the opening to I Still Dedicate, the beat and acoustic guitar really give this one a deep emotive vibe. Occasionally you listen to a track that touches you deeply and this one does just that. AiKz speaks candidly and reflectively on personal experiences. From a broken home and a fractured family to the birth of his son and the creation of a new family. This shows the power of a true lyricist who can craft their words in such a way that with the emotive musical back drop, it expresses true, heart felt emotion. Circa 92 sees Jabbathakut join the guys again providing sublime cuts as the track opens with piano notes before a heavy beat drops and your head is automatically in nod mode. This one is a homage to the pre-millennium Hip Hop days, those days that many call the golden era of Hip Hop, the late eighties and early 90’s. It is emcees like AiKz and others who keep that soul of the real Hip Hop alive on the underground scene by paying homage and bringing those days back in their music. You can feel that love in his voice and in his lyrics right here…

Piano, Strings and nice chilled beat merge together to create this smooth boom bap sound that takes you warm summer days and BBQ’s. How Many Mics sees AiKz really display his love for that original Hip Hop sound and his despair at what the radio plays. You really get a feel for how those pre-millennium days in Hip Hop inspired and shaped where he walks on his journey as an emcee. Funky guitar vibes, drums and cuts come together to push up the adrenaline levels for So Villainous, The more you listen there is kind of a spaghetti western vibe going on here. One the seems to focus on the bandits, those who are spitting rhymes so criminal they are that good. However, the more you listen the more you realise that AiKz is those villainous aspects and twisting and spinning them into something that is most obviously coming from a positive standpoint and for your entertainment. Jabbathakut joins the guys one last time with more turntable dexterity on Infinite Jest. Organ notes and drums are the core of this one, all moulded together to give a nice funky upbeat feel. This one is all about AiKz having fun with wordplay, no need to over analyse this one too much so, just enjoy the skilful display…

An acoustic guitar and the sounds of a storm usher in the next track. Soon the soulful vocals of Teresa Meads join as does the drumbeat, creating a thoughtful vibe as it carries you along. Tom Stiles (the other half of Sophisticated Apes) joins AiKz on this one which, for me anyway, really seems to reflect the current way so many of us are feeling as we look at the life we are living. There is a storm going on around us and in the midst of this we find a need to reach out for help whilst other reach out to us. There is only so much we can give, that’s how we feel but, we carry on and walk forward wondering if we can truly make it. The truth there is we can and will weather the storm, if we all reach out to each other lend an ear for others, we will never be alone, only stronger as one. Together we can be the Eye Of The Storm, the calm in the midst of chaos. A heavy beat and piano notes, alongside razor-sharp cuts is the backdrop for AiKz to drop the Lyricist. The whole vibe of this one feels like a Hip Hop superhero story as AiKz breaks it down about what it is to be a true lyricist. It’s not an easy choice to make to be someone who stands up using words to create lyrics, the kind of lyrics that please the masses and leave you feeling that you have done the best you can. It's about balance too, living your own life each day while that alias lives inside you constantly bringing forth your creative side. Finally, it’s time to sit back and relax with the chilled out musical Outro. Just enough time to reflect on what you’ve just heard and that was something special…


From what you have just read, and reading between the lines, you can probably guess that I enjoyed this album a lot. To be honest there is nothing not to like here. The idea was to create an album that perfectly showcased both the talents of the emcee and the producer and for me they really nailed it.

AiKz displays some cracking wordplay and story writing skills, alongside a solid and hard-hitting delivery and flows. Not only that but, he is injecting just the right amount of emotion or comedic edge, along the way, to keep you entertained and focused throughout. Third Degree brings a depth of production that provides the perfect sound scape for each track, mirroring the emotional depth of the lyrical content with equally emotive music. They have kept guests to a minimum which helps to highlight their own strengths and where they have brought others in it only adds extra depth and substance. Teresa Meads has a stunning voice which is perfect for Eye Of The Storm and Tom Stiles is a great choice on there two and who doesn’t like the turntable skills of Jabbathakut, nuff said right there.

Overall, what you get from AiKz and Third Degree on Antisocial is an album that flows seamlessly from start to finish. Toying with your emotions as it switches between those just for fun rhymes and deeply emotive personal experiences, seemingly leaving no stone unturned in bringing you solid album rooted in the golden era of Hip Hop. It is a true powerhouse that is brought to you by two people who have one goal, to bring the lovers of good music a solid Hip Hop album that will never get old and will be listened to for many years to come. This album is far from being Antisocial as people are gonna be talking about this one, trust me…

If these guys are not at the top of their game yet, then watch out because they are carving out a damn good one for themselves and that’s great news for us too.

Antisocial is released today on most streaming services. CD copies will be coming soon.

My Huge Thanks to Third Degree aka Liam Byrne for asking me to review this one.

On that note,

I’m out, see ya…



Streaming links for Antisocial:

Friday 18 November 2022








Sub-Atomic Boom Bap and a Fistful of Rap is the debut release from IMMUNE, the duo of Psykoid and Cylas aka the new alter egos of UK emcee, vocalist, producer, and multi-genre spanning Remark (Psykoid) and Swiss producer Silas (Cylas) who also mixes it up when it comes to his genres of music.

Anyone who has followed my reviews will be well acquainted with these two by now, both as individual artists and from their work together. If you have not followed the reviews to date then, Why Not? Just kidding but, you should definitely check my previous reviews.

Anyway, lets get back on track and see just what Immune has to offer across the following eleven tracks…

The Album kicks off with The Mirror which slowly draws you into this multi-layered sub-sonic sounding boom bap vibe from Cylas. Psykoid takes us on a melodic trip that not only seems to ask us to truly look at ourselves but, it also asks us to look at us as beings on this planet. What do you see when you, your life and everything that humans have done on this planet, to this planet and too each other, is reflected to you as you gaze deep into the surface of The Mirror? With your mind still reeling from that initial cerebral onslaught, grows and sonic sounds grab your attention before drums join the sonic waves and you are opened up to the Sleeping Tiger inside ya. Immune presents us with what at first seems like a post-apocalyptic digital vibe but, you soon realise it is just another view of the current world society. Everywhere you go and every situation that presents itself to you can open up an opportunity for that sleeping tiger to be unleashed But, don’t think this one is coming from the outside in, this sleeping tiger dwells within and with either be unleashed on those around you or it will consume you. The choice is yours as to which it is…

Drums and sounds like those of sirens herald the next track. Soon keys, percussion, guitars, and more sonic sounds drop in alongside Psykoid’s vocals. Somebody goes beyond looking at yourself in the mirror and makes you wonder what would happen if you could wrestle with your own mind about who you are within your own body, who you wanted or didn’t want to be and then, just as your mind is recovering from that possibility, throws in the realisation that one day you will transcend the human body and have no body, where you once knew a body. This is a deep concept one that some of us already understand but, where does it take you? Huge sonic sounds and drums invade your mind, as the intro to The Shadow teases another cerebral conundrum. The grimy edge to this one keeps you focused on the message. That message is all about the self and the fact that external pressures constantly seek to keep you down and under control but, the self needs to learn and to kick back against those pressures and show that it will not be suppressed and will ultimately be free to speak its truth. Synths and sonic electronic sounds take over your mind before the pounding drums and guitars take control of your body. This is one for the Headstrong, those who refuse to be held back and controlled by the powers that be. They know their self-worth and have aligned with their soul’s purpose and always move forward drawing on core beliefs and values, staying true to the origins of their culture. They equal to all, never standing above or below anyone but, simply being shoulder to shoulder with everyone.

Cylas gives us a sonic grime vibe on Sun Rays with heavy bass alongside the electronic sonic sound that has your mind whirling. There are a lot of messages packed into this one and initially you might be forgiven for thinking this one is all about the weather but, listen a bit deeper and you realise that the weather aspect here is just a reflection of how the current state of society has most people feeling there are dark clouds hanging over their heads, created by the power and money hungry few who feed on the blood sweat and tears of the many. There is also a reference here to gun crime but, that can be extended to knife and other violent crimes. We need to bring back the lighter days that are filled with sun rays, stop killing each other and make a stand against the corrupt politicians and make our voice heard. The sub-atomic boom bap is in full effect on Demons at the Door. The sonic sounds here really twist your mind into weird mind states as Psykoid takes aim at all those who have no substance, no heart, and no real desire in what they do. In music this is all those who try to sound like the next man because their only desire is to make money but, by not bringing their true selves to their craft, they only serve to bring more and more of their own demons to their door, who will eventually bring them down. What is key is to be you, to bring who you truly are, you heart and your own experience to the floor. Do this and you can succeed in all you do, even when you try something new. Synths and heavy drums are the basis of Balance, the pounding of the drums really impress the message deep into your mind. That message is focused on the fact that there are negative forces all around us in our daily life. We cannot allow those forces to take control and we can only do that by bringing balance to life. It’s all about us everyday people being more aware of what’s going on around us, waking up to reality and bringing positive vibes wherever we go and with all those we meet.

Intense digital sonic vibes invade your ears before solid boom bap drums have you punching the air. This is exactly what Immune intended as Exile (Fireball Flingaz) joins them to Put ‘Em Up. The energy and intensity are ramped up here as the boys deliver a banger that is a homage to all those who keep that real Hip Hop music and culture alive. This one is for emcees, the writers, the DJs, and the beat makers. There is also no messing about here and no room for the mumble and wack rappers, this is for the hardcore headz and all the rest better just step off. An ominous cloud of digital sonic and grimy vibes darkens the mood. Immune throw multiple razor-sharp beats and rhymes into your body and soul ready to tear you apart. This is The Horror, an unapologetic look at the dark side of the world around us and it is not just the horror that we see and hear daily, it’s also about the horrors that we don’t see like peido’s in high places and hidden agendas such as Eugenics and population control. It’s not nice to hear but, something we have to be aware of if we are to survive. The album ends with a deluge of Acid Rain, pounding drums and grimy vibes pervade as the sonic sounds settle into the background. The message here is that with everything that is setting society on course to implode, it is important not to get caught up in the plan. We must remember and cultivate the lost knowledge that has been torn from our history. What will get us through is understanding that unity, balance, and the ultimate realisation that love is the most powerful thing we have, and it can overcome all obstacles we face.

Sub-Atomic Boom Bap and A Fistful of Rap creates this dystopian vision of a post-apocalyptic world where we live in a digital Tron like Matrix where we are controlled and kept subservient to some minority of evil overlords, whom we once called governments. Is this a true representation of where we are heading or is it just a warning? What does really become apparent from listening to this is that it takes awakened minds to see the truth behind what is thrust upon us everyday through the media outlets and way social media controls what and who we see in so many ways. There is so much in this album that asks you to be aware of what is going on around you, be yourself and discover the true meaning of what it is to be you. Don’t get caught up in being dragged down by the day-to-day pain, suffering and don’t be consumed by anger. Find that peace inside you and use that peace and the core energy of love to bring balance to the world around you.

Aside from all that Immune have also given us one hell of a banging Hip Hop album. Yes, there are some influences from different genre’s, some of which are more modern in their vibe but, none of that takes away from the concept and delivery of the music. Cylas has cooked up this impressive sound scape that has Hip Hop as its core value but, around it he merged this musical vision of a futuristic digital age where a matrix universe and a Tron like universe have collided releasing a devastating sonic shockwave. What this does is to provide Psykoid with the perfect backdrop to unload his deep penetrating lyrical onslaught. Using his intelligent and deeply knowledgeable mind state, he delivers lyrical mastery that not only educates and invites you to open your mind and your third eye but, his adept wordplay spins your awareness to a place where you feel your being integrated into a digital version of yourself like Neo in the Matrix or Dr Will Caster in Transcendence.

All in all, Sub-Atomic Boom Bap and a Fistful of Rap is both a view of a digital dystopian future and a hugely enjoyable Hip Hop album, merged into one that has you punching the air one minute and then expanding beyond three dimensions, the next. Utilising stunning futuristic production and a mix of socially, politically, and spiritually aware vocals, it takes to the edge of reality and back again. Ultimately it invites you open your mind, be aware and make yourself Immune…

Sub-Atomic Boom Bap and a Fistful of Rap is available now from Giftklass Labor, digitally and on strictly limited CD and USB editions. So, grab one before the powers that be make ‘em illegal…

Till next time, I’m out,

See Ya,



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The Mirror







Tuesday 1 November 2022

Album Review: Configa Presents ReConfiga'd


Configa presents – ReConfiga’d




This will be the first time I have reviewed an album of remixes. And because it’s the latest from UK super producer Configa – who has been working with Arrested Development on their last two albums amongst many other big names on his resume, as well as winning Producer of the Year via B-Boy Document magazine last year – it’s fair to say that I’m looking forward to this one. I have decided to approach my review of this album slightly differently.

For this review I’m not going to be getting into the lyrics or the overall message of each track because that is not the point here. The whole idea of a remix album is for the producer to showcase his unique take on an original track. Remixing original tracks can really help revive the music, giving it a whole new sound and vibe. With Re:Configa’d, Configa has brought a fairly broad mix of tracks together with his own distinctive style and flavour. My aim here is to offer my interpretations of the musicality of these remixes and then consider how they compare to my interpretations of the original versions. So, let’s get straight into it…

The album kicks off with ‘Paid My Dues’ by Big Stat, circa 2014. The original version is a solid boom-bap track full of drums and synth/electronic notes. It’s the kinda full on head-nod vibe you like to bounce to. For the remix, Configa takes orchestral strings, horns, drums and piano notes, alongside some well needed cuts. That big orchestral sound serves to kick this up a level by retaining that boom-bap sound, but also refining it, giving it a sound that is almost soundtrack in nature rather than street.

Up next is ‘Do This’ ft Canibus, Be Kay and Chino XL from the 2009 mixtape, ‘The Foundation’ by German producer Shuko. The original is a straight-up boom-bap track with drums and piano as the main sounds with some impressive cuts thrown in for good measure. For the remix, Configa takes drums and a funky guitar sound to give this a hi-energy sound that would be at home in any club – there are also some slick stabbing cuts to get the blood pumping.

It’s time now to dip into a classic 90’s track with ‘Spam’, from the 1994 Album ‘Spam from Milk (Audio Two)’. This one features AD Rock from the Beastie boys and, alongside the twos’ high pitched rapping, the original is drum heavy with some flute notes, giving it a very sparse sound that really focuses on the vocals. Configa’s remix brings a far more musical tone to the track. He uses guitar and drums to give it a head-nod vibe, whilst mixing in some organ notes that bring a concert hall/theatre sound.

From the 90’s hip-hop sound, we move forward with Planet Asia (as Medallions) on the track ‘Having Thangs’ from 2007’s ‘Jewellery Box Sessions The Album’. The vibe of the original is very much on a street-banger tip, with some heavy drums, strings and piano providing the sound. Configa’s remix takes drums, keys, cuts, and whistles to give the track a much more chilled vibe whilst losing none of the impact of the original.

With a quarter of the album done, it’s time to step back into the 90’s with one of rap’s most infamous figures, The Notorious B.I.G. with the track ‘Suicidal Thoughts’ from the 1994 album ‘Ready To Die’. The original musical vibe is one that is straight up head-nod with drums and keys providing the musical backdrop for the deep subject matter. The remix from Configa is a far more mellow affair that sees him also using drums and keys to provide the sound. Configa also drops the phone conversation aspect of the original, allowing the vocals to do all the talking while keeping the dark head-nod feel.

Staying in the 90’s, the sound switches to R&B superstar Mary J. Blige and the track ‘Be Happy’ from her 1994 ‘My Life’ Album. The original has a big funk/soul sound from drums, bass, and strings carrying the listener alongside Mary J. Blige’s silky, soulful vocals. For his remix Configa takes drums, strings and organ notes to create a feel-good sound that is very much on a hip-hop/soul tip.

We stay in the 1990’s for another huge track in ‘Let’s Get It On’, from the 1994 album ‘Let’s Get It On’ by Eddie F & The Untouchables. The track features Heavy D, 2Pac, Grand Puba and The Notorious B.I.G. and was one of the only times ‘Pac and B.I.G. shared the studio together. The original sampled Barry White’s ‘You’re The One I Need’ and produces a real funky vibe with the drums, tambourine and guitar. For the remix, Configa flips the vibe of this one into a proper street sound using bass, horns, cymbals, sparse drums and, as the emcees trade bars, you can almost feel the cars creeping with their lights off.

Bringing things back into the new millennium, we find Configa working with the diss track, ‘Gucci Gang’, by Joyner Lucas. The original track saw Joyner sample and diss Lil Pump over one of his own trap beats. With trap being most definitely not my thing, I was not keen on the original beat, but on the remix we get treated to a far more suitable hip-hop beat, coming from drums, bass and keys, which (for me anyway) is head and shoulders above the original.

Next to get the remix treatment is Fat Joe’s ‘Murder Rap’, featuring Armageddon, from 2001’s ‘Jealous Ones Still Envy’ album. One of the strongest tracks from the album, this has a big NY sound with its heavy beat and synth notes. Configa’s remix takes the roughness out and gives it a more polished vibe with drums, keys, and strings– the drums being unapologetically boom-bap and the keys giving it the air of a soundtrack.

Time to bounce back to the nineties to 2Pac’s, QDIII produced, ‘Hellrazor’ from the 1997 album ‘R U Still Down (Remember Me)’. QDIII’s original production was very much on a soul/funk kinda vibe, being guitar heavy over the drums. The remix is very much a nod to the original and keeps it head-nod but, being more piano heavy over the drums, this kinda tweaks your nerves and deepens the sound's impact.

Stepping back over the Millennium line we get the single from Nas’s 2002 ‘Godson’ album, ‘Made You Look’. The original is one of those big anthem style hip-hop sounds, packed full of classic samples that make you turn the speakers up and play it loud. Configa expertly keeps that anthem style sound for the remix but gives it an almost big-band vibe on the chilled tip with horns, guitar, strings, and some deft cuts. This needs to be played at equally high volume too.

Next, we move to 2005 and the ‘Triangulation Station’ LP from Hieroglyphics and Souls Of Mischief member, Opio. The track is ‘Fist Full’, and its original sound is a nice deep head-nod vibe with bongos, drums, and synths. The remix sees Configa take the vibe to somewhere between the streets and the clubs. With a slightly rawer edge than the original, with drums, bass, and keys, it still keeps you moving.

We move into the final quarter of the album with Cella Dwellas and the track ‘Land Of The Lost’ from their 1996 album, ‘Realms ‘n’ Reality’. The original sound of horns, organ notes and drums has a floaty kinda vibe and comes from the underground NYC music scene known as the Mystic Rappers, which featured artists such as Funkdoobiest. Configa keeps that floaty vibe but gives it a jazzier feel with keys, drums, xylophone, and horns– a newer mystic vibe, if you will.

It’s now time to bring it forward to 2012 and a track from the ‘Raw’ EP by Nipsey Hussle (R.I.P) and Blanco. The track is ‘LA Confidential’ and features YG on a sound that is very much a nod to the G-Funk era, in my opinion, with pounding drums and electronic sounds. On the remix, Configa keeps elements of that original G-Funk sound and mixes it with piano, drums, strings, and those electronic sounds, whilst sampling 2Pac on the hook, to bring music that takes us from the streets of 2012 and lands us in the LA sunshine of 2022.

We now slide back to another track from 1994’s ‘Ready To Die’ album from The Notorious B.I.G. That track is ‘Friend Of Mine’, with it’s big club sound of drums, synth and bass. For the remix, Configa creates a mash up. He takes bass, drums, horns, and claps to bring a lighter jazz/Latin funk sound, and then mixes in and cuts up a sample from the 1989 Biz Markie single, ‘Just a Friend’, to really bring an emphasis to the ‘friend’ aspect.

The album ends with ‘True To Hip-Hop’, from the 1999 album ‘Cold Water Music’ by AG and produced by AIM. The original sound is one that is undoubtedly head-nod but, with a big-band jazz vibe. Configa’s remix takes guitar, bass, and drums to give it a huge funk vibe. In fact, this one is so funked up, it is red hot!

What can I say about Re:Configa’d overall? Well, humour me here, I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s and the 80’s was a decade when the remix was a big part of putting out music. Vinyl was still huge, and artists would release 12” singles and EP’s that featured remixed versions of their singles and certain producers became sought after for their remixing abilities. As we moved into the digital age, remixes became less abundant especially as vinyl took a dip in its availability and use. I’m still a fan of the whole remix genre and always like to hear how a fresh interpretation of a track can change its whole vibe and imbue it with a completely different impact. So, I have to say that I really loved this album and the challenge it gave me in reviewing it.

Some of the tracks I was familiar with and others I had never heard. It was indeed a challenge to listen to both versions of each track and move from a feel for the original musical vibe through to the remix vibe, before analysing how the former transformed into the latter with Configa’s unique touch. Configa does an amazing job here in taking each track and reworking them to suit a far more hip-hop focused sound. He takes nothing away from the original tracks and, in the case of several, actually seems to improve the sound, in my own humble opinion that is.

Now, there are many who will say that you can never improve on the original sound and that might be so but, there are times that the remix can so change the musical qualities and the feeling of the original that it sounds like a totally different track. It might actually give you far more enjoyment than the original and so, in enhancing that original sound does a remix simply change a track or actually improve it?

Anyway, let’s not digress here… Re:Configa’d is a masterful example of what can be achieved if a producer focuses and trains their ear for musicality and then gives tracks a melodic make-over that allows the listener to re-appreciate that track. It makes you want to listen to the original again to see just how it differs. If we consider Re:Configa’d and the rest of Configa’s body of work with Arrested Development and many others, I can see no reason why he is not gonna become one of the most in demand producers in the UK, regardless of whether it’s for brand new production or for his quality remixes.

Re:Configa’d is out now on Configaration Records. Sadly, CD copies are currently sold out but digital is available.

It’s time for me to be outta here!

See Ya,



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Made You Look (Configa Remix) - Nas