Rhythm Roulette: Supah Mario | Mass Charm
“I think I genuinely did my issue choosing these records dawg,” claims Columbia, South Carolina producer DeMario Priester, aka Supah Mario, who not long ago pulled up to NYC’s Excellent Data and took the Rhythm Roulette challenge. Digging via the crates blindfolded, the producer behind hits like Youthful Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” and “Ice Melts” a standout track off Drake’s ‘More Life’ stumbled on to some warmth from James Taylor, GangStarr, and some previous-faculty dancehall courtesy of the Dillinger vs. Trinity ‘Clash’ LP. “I explained to y’all this was gonna be some Jamaican vibes!” he exclaimed right after the needle fall. But he ended up skipping the reggae jointly and getting some unwell breaks on the James Taylor and the Primary Traveling Equipment disc, adding some of his personal keyboards to full the beat. Look at out the hottest episode of Rhythm Roulette appropriate now.
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