The non-stop working homie Brooklyn Shanti is venturing into different planes and dimensions, this time around he brings that bass that'll get it shakin with this remix to Dre Skull's Kling Klang Riddim. Get it moving Guundaa!
When I thought about pairing these two together I thought it was a great idea, now that I've heard actual music and how it turned out I'm getting greedy... I want more. With Man Mantis' chill sounds and brother Shanti on vocals, it brings a cool smooth tale of past relationships that affect many. One of the best suggested duos of recent date is right here. Now if more can get on board and create more good music, I would gladly be content with posting music like this all day if I could. You can also buy the tracks 'Departure Lounges and Girlfriend Experience below.
<a href="http://brooklynshanti.bandcamp.com/album/departure-lounges-girlfriend-experience">Departure Lounges / Girlfriend Experience by Brooklyn Shanti x Man Mantis</a>
The Giant brother from another mother Brooklyn Shanti has released another set for the acoustic heads out there with major love for music and Brooklyn. Giving us acoustic Hip-Hop versions of some of our favorite Hip-Hop tracks with a very laid back and welcome feel while 'Going Back to Delhi' gets the uptempo going. This project sets off the beginning of his fall tour in India which dates are still currently being determined. Check the set and pay what you wish below, also the remix to a Karsh Kale track that he did with him and Mandeep Sethi. For the love of music this dude always comes correct and isn't afraid to try a new genre, his latest audio experimentation has been awesome so far. Can't learn to love if you can't learn to let go... you know! Totally agree.
One of our Giant homies Brooklyn Shanti has released a new tape with an insane amount of summer and thumping tunes to keep all good vibes moving to the right direction. With sounds that span the world and a VIP list of guests, Shanti brings the best to our ears and hips. The beats play out from Hip-Hop to that new Bengali Global Bass goodness he's cooking up and the all mighty Afrika Bambaataa, Geechi Suede of Camp Lo, Thornato, Sierra Carrère, Mandeep Sethi, Sohail Sen, A-Live making appearances as well. Mega proud of the bro in all aspects of life right about now and you should be downloading this right now so let me stop talking...
From Brooklyn with Love Tracklist 01. Beautiful (Summer Sunshine Remix) – Brooklyn Shanti 02. Unicorns – Brooklyn Shanti vs Jimmy Love featuring Afrika Bambaataa 03. Welcome to Jamrock (Brooklyn Shanti vs Thornato remix) – Damien Marley 04. Shot Him Down (Tropical Refix) – Tape Deck Prophets (Sierra Carrère & Brooklyn Shanti) 05. Mathematics (Brooklyn Shanti vs Beats Antique remix) – Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) 06. Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Brooklyn Shanti vs Guapo Feo remix) – ODB 07. Man of the Year – Brooklyn Shanti featuring A-Live 08. Pyaari Pyaari – Brooklyn Shanti & Sohail Sen (produced by Thornato) 09. Weaponized Love – Brooklyn Shanti featuring Mandeep Sethi 10. Cola Cherry Breeze – Bengali Tiger (Geechi Suede, Brooklyn Shanti, A-Live)
Brooklyn Shanti collaborated with A-Live for a Dubstep meets Hip-Hop track in 'Live for What I'd Die for,' touching on the constant revolving topic of life versus death that lives among many. Shanti recently has been on an amazing journey life and music wise and also shares the constant peering into the complex yet simple idea of Love. I like this track because the beat doesn't sounds like two steel doors grinding on each other, some dubstep tracks sound like they are trying to damage the idea of the genre so props to Shanti and A-Live going the better route.