Today’s delivery is brought to you by a Jay-Z track remixed by Sourface. Sourface, who we’ve covered before, is a UK native and instrumental extrodaire. Much like what 9th Wonder has done in the past, Sourface has the unique ability to take a track, you thought you knew, and completely give it a new feel that is on par or even surpassing the original. This time around, Sourface has taken Jay-Z’s track, “December 4th” (From The Black Album) and given it his patent pending orchestrative instrumental glory. The production feels as though it was “bestowed” apon the masses. It’s so good you can’t help but make a “sour face” as you nod your head to the rhythm. Check out the track and chill….
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