2019 summer is about to be crazy… I can tell, because everyone is putting their best foot forward early, and we’ve got a long way to go. Juicy the Emissary is no stranger to the remix, and his latest track is a mellow summer-style jam that takes some classic Project Pat lyricism and re-contextualizes it in a way that will more than likely put an automatic smile on your face. This one should definitely be in consideration for your heavy rotation, so share it around, get the download (and the bonus track), and leave a buck or two if you’re feeling generous!
Most of us familiar with the internet know how the first part of this story goes. K-Mart used to play muzak in their stores. A former employee took a look behind his local store’s customer service desk to check out the sound system, and he found some old cassettes featuring said muzak. He collected them over time, uploaded an archive of them to the internet many years later, and the internet’s viral nature took care of the rest.
Many producers, myself included, marked that page as something to revisit, comb through and eventually mine for production material. Lots of us talk, but action speaks louder than words, and Juicy the Emissary is a man of action. He created a collection of beats from these lost tapes that would easily make me spend all of my time and money in whatever vestiges of Kmart are left in the US. Attention K Mart Choppers is definitely worth your time and money… support creative cats doing creative things!
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from the digital desk of Juicy The Emissary:
“Juicy the Emissary is an aural architect, arranging sounds to create unshakable structures capable of accommodating the most fastidious audio dwellers. Cultural Refugee is an instrumental album themed on the cultural impacts of the evolving media market.”
Don’t believe that? Take a listen: