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Daily 2% – Chilled and Ready to Serve [Jason Hodges & William Alexander]

3 years ago written by

This is your Daily 2% – Chilled and Ready to Serve. We will try to bring you one “chill” track every day. This is for when you get home and you are trying to unwind. You reach for that glass of wine or that unlit Black & Mild or maybe you reach for something more herbal. This track is for those times. We are just your milkmen and I’m here to make a delivery. Chill…

Today’s delivery is brought to you by Jason Hodges and features William Alexander. The track I’m bringing to you today is called “Our World’. The track, comprised of an overall Deep House sound, has been sprinkled with a few uptempo audio nuggets and even houses a hip-hop element. A perfect blend of sounds. Now, I’m not sure if it’s because I just ate a whole bag of Kush Nuts (California exclusive, contains 4 “doses”, and includes: nuts, salt,pepper, kush oil and, of course, rosemary), but I still find today’s track to fall into the “chill category”. The immediate impression of the track may have listeners wondering how this could be classified as such, yet the immediately recognizable piano riff comes in and it all makes sense. You may recognize the piano element from Nas’ “The World Is Yours”, who borrowed it from the track “I Love Music” originally by Ahmad Jamal. No downloads for this one but it’s definitely worth buying. Check out the track and chill….

Jason Hodges

Our World EP

  • Sampled Recordings
  • June 21st, 2012
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Montrey Whittaker

Co-Founder & Director
Like many, I started my musical education while engaged in playing classical music in school. What began as a simple adolescent activity, quickly transformed into a deep love and appreciation for all forms of music. This love would continue to grow and manifested itself into the form of becoming a Co-Founder of EARMILK. This online music publication has become my outlet to spread all genres of music to those impressionable people, much like me. And, much like you, i'm often literally waiting for the drop....



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