Germany’s own Sepalot is preparing for his September 30th “Black Sky” album release which is an extension of his previous work, progressing as a producer for this largely instrumental release. While many fans outside of Germany may not be familiar with Sepalot’s work, he’s been a major staple in the German hip hop scene for years and has previously worked with US rappers like Blu, Fashawn, Frank Nitt and others.
In order to catch people up on Sepalot’s work, check out this “Best Of Mix in 30 Minutes” mixed by Sepalot himself. Listeners will be able to check out tracks from his upcoming “Black Sky” album while catching up on previous work which also includes songs with Detroit’s own Frank Nitti, NZ’s Ladi6, Michigan rapper …
Above is a video by Blitz paying tribute to the infamous, finger-waving NBA great, Dikembe Mutombo. The video, recorded in Rabat Morocco, dropped back in July but we post it up as Blitz the Ambassador has just recently released a free EP to stimulate your eardrums. “The Warm Up” features Nneka, Emicida, Fashawn and more. Watch the video, enjoy the free music and have a great week!
German producer, Sepalot, continues to support his upcoming album “Black Sky” which will be released on September 30th in the US. Although he’s worked with the likes of Blu and Fashawn in the past, “Black Sky” is mostly an instrumental effort that showcases his development throughout the years.
Today, enjoy the music video for the song “Naughty Boy,” a rock influenced hip hop instrumental. In addition to the “Naughty Boy” instrumental, you can also check out Sepalot’s “Munich Disco” project which showcases Munich, Germany’s disco years in the 70s and 80s. Sepalot sampled some of the most famous songs from that era and made them into his own.
German producer, Sepalot, is preparing for the release of his upcoming “Black Sky” album which will be released on September 30th. Having previously worked with Blu, Fashawn, and Buff1 in the past, “Black Sky” continues to showcase Sepalot’s growth as a producer as shown today through the free mp3 download of “Feel,” which features various vocal samples, dirty disjointed drums and centered vocal theme of “Tell me how does it feel?”