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LIFE: Rhythm Roulette: Supah Mario | Mass Appeal

Written by on August 30, 2018

“I think I really did my thing picking these records dawg,” says Columbia, South Carolina producer DeMario Priester, aka Supah Mario, who recently pulled up to NYC’s Good Records and took the Rhythm Roulette challenge. Digging through the crates blindfolded, the producer behind hits like Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” and “Ice Melts” a standout track off Drake’s ‘More Life’ stumbled onto some heat from James Taylor, GangStarr, and some old-school dancehall courtesy of the Dillinger vs. Trinity ‘Clash’ LP. “I told y’all this was gonna be some Jamaican vibes!” he exclaimed after the needle drop. But he ended up skipping the reggae together and finding some ill breaks on the James Taylor and the Original Flying Machine disc, adding some of his own keyboards to complete the beat. Check out the latest episode of Rhythm Roulette right now.

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  1. volumatic   On   August 30, 2018 at 5:43 pm

    This dude definitely doesn’t usually fuck with records. You can tell. “It’s only got two track on it, that’s the weird thing”. It’s not a weird thing. It’s called a 12 inch single. And really, you don’t know that JT record? It’s got one of the most famous drum breaks of all time on it. Shit’s been flipped so many times. Beats turned out pretty dope though.

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