Here's another batch of tracks that require your critical ear and relentless fury. First is Q-Tip's "Evolution of A Man" featuring Al Kapone from the Cadillac Records soundtrack. I'm sad to admit that Nas freaked this sample a little better, and that Swizz Beatz-sounding chant wore out its welcome eons ago. Loving Tip's vocals, as usual </stannery>. Next is Charles Hamilton who STAYS in the studio with "The North Pole" featuring Max B. Jury's still out on this fellow. Then we have Colin Munroe's "Piano Lessons" featuring Joell Ortiz, produced by Black Milk from his Unsung Hero mixtape. Finally, and I'm stepping way out there with this one, is a remix of Beyoncé's "Single Ladies", produced by the legendary King Britt. Only, this doesn't sound like the King Britt I came up with. I'm hoping I got some bad intel. [SM/FADER/IR/WL]
Charles Hamilton feat. Max B: "The North Pole"