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February 20, 2006 10:18 PM   Subscribe

45King Perhaps you'll remember his 1-900 song that Ed Lover used to (and still apparently does) shake his ass to. Turns out the guy -- 45 King -- has been producing into the modern age. The interface runs the gamut from "OK" to "barely passes", though doesn't overly interfere with your download and enjoyment of beats, loops and YES!!! More beats!Caution: may make noise come out your speakers • please enjoy [with help from the good folks at 32944...]
posted by Ogre Lawless (7 comments total)
PS -- how come nobody has mentioned MC FrontALot new joint dropped?
posted by Ogre Lawless at 10:19 PM on February 20, 2006

dude is a genius. i always thought it was funny how he flipped the soundtrack from "annie." now to download all those mp3s!
posted by jcruelty at 11:02 PM on February 20, 2006

the 900 number was on the precipice of being a three-copy single (like "peter piper" or "rock the bells") because of the abuse it took on turntables all over the place. it also sounds fine at any pitch. sort of.

yo the 45 king y'all, uhh, mixin packets
posted by wakko at 11:23 PM on February 20, 2006

Awesome. By this time tomorrow, a new ringtone shall I create. And it shall be good. Amen.

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posted by grabbingsand at 5:36 AM on February 21, 2006

Wasn't Wednesday declared "Ed Lover Dance Day" on Yo! MTV Raps?
posted by taschenrechner at 6:57 AM on February 21, 2006

OK, loosely related: ever since I saw the question about the 900 number on AskMe yesterday, I've had a burning question: Did DJ Kool ever release a version of "Let Me Clear My Throat" that WASN'T a live version? Because that's all I can seem to find these days, although I swear I've heard a studio version somewhere....
posted by 40 Watt at 7:07 AM on February 21, 2006

I don't think that dj kool ever released a version of let me clear my throat that wasn't live. Why would he anyways, that's the whole purpose of thhat song is gettting live reactions over popular cuts. There is a another version of that song with Doug E. Fresh and Bizmarkie but its also live.

BTW, the 900 number is just a sample of a Marva Whitney record "Its My Thing". He literally just looped the beginning.
posted by LouieLoco at 8:20 AM on February 21, 2006

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