Nujabes Featuring Shing02 Luvsic

More on Genius. Luv sic Part 2. Luv sic Part 1 Nujabes Featuring Shing Aroundwe Nujabes Featuring Shing02 Luvsic talking about adding another Part to the Luv Sic series. Emuse was nice enough to send Nujabes Featuring Shing02 Luvsic a print of that photo, which I scanned along with my rhyme book on the back cover, put my tag on it and it was done. Why does the cover art features a guy with a dog?

Reminisce about the little episodes that we shared together Remember the time that you told me In the cold night, to relax when all I knew was to hold tight Remember the time that I spoke to the crowd in a full house and Realizes that you was my ace? I was the joker on the stage singing the blues All eyes on me and had nothing to prove But yo, I thought I knew what a diamond shine like But I felt a sharper love in the limelight From the queen of hearts watching me quietly from the upper deck balcony Sometimes I do suspect, I'm an actor in a well-scripted live divine comedy When I look back, that frozen slice of time and try to defrost the senses lost Now enough with the metaphors, the motivation that I wrote this letter for For you to know that the music helps carry on Like you say a new day will bring us tomorrow E eloquently so evidently Cause your beat plus my melody Makes me speak of L.

E eloquently so evidently Cause my beat plus your melody Makes me speak of L. E eloquently so evidently I mean that from my heart cause you make me feel good as a person Cause your beat plus my melody Makes me speak of L.

E eloquently so evidently I mean that from my heart cause you make me feel good as a person You know what I mean? Luv sic is the first part of a six song series about love, parting, and uniting. The title of the song means intentionally so written sic for love luv.

It is featured on Hydeout Productions 1st Collection, which is a compilation of music from the artist on the label. The series has gained a large amount of popularity as can be seen through youtube.

We all know that love can be sickening. That true love, it turns your world upside down, a feeling that can transform your constitution and render you helpless. How long that dream-like infatuated period will last, whether days, years, or a lifetime, is entirely up to you. Are simply a happenstance, or do we attract each other things included by metaphysical means, Love defies formula, it borders on insanity and spirituality, No matter how slim the chances, one you meet the love of your life, you might just end up creating something that may outlast your lifetime….

There is a certain voice that unites the chapters, a character if you will. One day, Nujabes emailed me about wanting to collaborate for a 12" single. I had no idea who he was or where he came from, I was actually surprised to find out that he was a Japanese guy named Jun Seba, diminutive and shy. When we met up in Tokyo, we listen to beats in his minivan. I was impressed by his simple yet soulful layering of samples and chopped drums.

You can always tell how good the producer is instantly by listening to the drum track. As I listed more to Nujabes' beat tape, one song really stood out. The space will invite you inside so you can place your vocals in it. When I contacted Nujabes about the particular beat, he mentioned that Pase Rock had already taken interest, so I would have to take it up with him. Unlike the other collaborators of Nujabes, I already had a friendship with Pase Rock.

We had recorded together in Ohio for a Five Deez project, and he was gracious enough to let me have the track. I would be forever grateful to him for that.

When I told Nujabes I got the blessing he was genuinely surprised. Nujabes released a lot of records as the head of Hydeout Productions and Guinness Records record shop in the heart of Shibuya.

Oh how times have changed. As noted, the song is a simple letter from a year old rapper. It was a departure from my usual style, but a return to poetry I had written back in high school. In essence, rap is a form of creative writing and storytelling at its best. I was living the moment. The importance of the scratch DJ to the entire Luv Sic series cannot be overstated.

He had started working with a lot of musicians, including Uyama Hiroto. When Nujabes passed away unexpectedly in February of , I had the chorus sitting around for a long time, so I finished up the verses and recorded the song at Nujabes' studio. The unfinished songs gave me the motivation to finish the work at his place, which Hydeout has kept around.

This ritual to record in Kamakura will continue for the rest of the series. The scratches for Part 4 was done by another longtime collaborator, DJ Icewater. His scratching technique and touch is world-class. I gathered spoken word records that I had found in LA, Portland, and Seattle, then Icewater chipped in his two cents as well.

FJD contributed great cover art for Parts We'll have things fixed soon. Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. Luv sic Part 4 Nujabes Featuring Shing Produced by Nujabes. Album Luv sic Hexalogy.

We all know that love can be sickening. That true love, it turns your world upside down, a feeling that can transform your constitution and render you helpless. How long that dream-like infatuated period will last, whether days, years, or a lifetime, is entirely up to you. Are simply a happenstance, or do we attract each other things included by metaphysical means, Love defies formula, it borders on insanity and spirituality, No matter how slim the chances, one you meet the love of your life, you might just end up creating something that may outlast your lifetime….

There is a certain voice that unites the chapters, a character if you will. One day, Nujabes emailed me about wanting to collaborate for a 12" single. I had no idea who he was or where he came from, I was actually surprised to find out that he was a Japanese guy named Jun Seba, diminutive and shy. When we met up in Tokyo, we listen to beats in his minivan. I was impressed by his simple yet soulful layering of samples and chopped drums.

You can always tell how good the producer is instantly by listening to the drum track. As I listed more to Nujabes' beat tape, one song really stood out. The space will invite you inside so you can place your vocals in it. When I contacted Nujabes about the particular beat, he mentioned that Pase Rock had already taken interest, so I would have to take it up with him. Unlike the other collaborators of Nujabes, I already had a friendship with Pase Rock.

We had recorded together in Ohio for a Five Deez project, and he was gracious enough to let me have the track. I would be forever grateful to him for that. When I told Nujabes I got the blessing he was genuinely surprised.

Nujabes released a lot of records as the head of Hydeout Productions and Guinness Records record shop in the heart of Shibuya. Oh how times have changed. As noted, the song is a simple letter from a year old rapper.

It was a departure from my usual style, but a return to poetry I had written back in high school. In essence, rap is a form of creative writing and storytelling at its best.

I was living the moment. The importance of the scratch DJ to the entire Luv Sic series cannot be overstated. It was engrained on me from early on that having a good scratch to a rap song is key, so I took the time to select the samples from various sources. Of course we only used vinyl records without exceptions, which enhances the analog aesthetic that Nujabes adhered to. For my first record, DJ Top Bill got on the decks.

I took samples from a comedy record and a rap song easily recognizable , and also featured some vocals from Entense that was on Top Billion Dollar Banks, a battle break record pressed by Top Bill.

For the cover art, I was traveling to the island of Yakushima with artist Emuse and he snapped a photo of me holding a dog of my friend Mr. Emuse was nice enough to send me a print of that photo, which I scanned along with my rhyme book on the back cover, put my tag on it and it was done. We'll have things fixed soon. Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube.

Luv sic Part 1 Nujabes Featuring Shing Produced by Nujabes. Around , we started talking about adding another Part to the Luv Sic series. He had started working with a lot of musicians, including Uyama Hiroto. When Nujabes passed away unexpectedly in February of , I had the chorus sitting around for a long time, so I finished up the verses and recorded the song at Nujabes' studio.

The unfinished songs gave me the motivation to finish the work at his place, which Hydeout has kept around. This ritual to record in Kamakura will continue for the rest of the series. The scratches for Part 4 was done by another longtime collaborator, DJ Icewater. His scratching technique and touch is world-class.

I gathered spoken word records that I had found in LA, Portland, and Seattle, then Icewater chipped in his two cents as well. FJD contributed great cover art for Parts We'll have things fixed soon. Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. Luv sic Part 4 Nujabes Featuring Shing Produced by Nujabes.