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May 14, 2012 at 1:09 PM

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Shabazz Palaces remixes a track by Lushlife and Heems

Hale-Bopp was the Bedouins (Shabazz Palaces Remix feat the palaceer, fly guy Dai and Thadillac mixed by Blood in palaGlow)

In case you can't understand the description of the personel behind "Hale-Bopp was the Bedouins" copied from soundcloud above: "fly guy Dai" is Tendai Maraire of Seattle rap duo Shabazz Palaces, Blood is Shabazz's producer Erik Blood and Thadillac is local soul / R&B force Thaddeus Turner. The Palaceer is Palaceer Lazaro of course, the main voice in Shabazz Palaces, rapper and producer extraordinaire. His golden vocals and smeary way with sound are all over this drastically remixed version of a much more straightforward but still pretty trippy song by Lushlife and Heems, who make rap music out of Philadelphia and New York City, respectively.


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