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DJ Clyde
Hypnotyk Lost Tape

Hypnotyk Lost Tape
Hypnotyk Lost TapeHypnotyk Lost Tape

Artists

DJ Clyde

Catno

TVLP23

Formats

1x Vinyl LP Splatter

Country

France

Release date

Jun 20, 2022

Genres

Hip-Hop

Trad Vibe records is happy and proud to present you this project as well execptional as unpublished!

We are in 1994, DJ Clyde left the group Assassin and launched the 1st French Mixtapes but he sees even further and launches into the production for the 1st time since he became a hip-hop activist. His set up seems very simple but unusual and innovative for the time especially in France with a SP1200 and two S950 and a maximum of Soul, Funk, Jazz vinyls that he digs with his crew Hypnotyc Djs (Dj Clyde, Dj Max, Dj Asko). The project is also exceptional because it comes from a cassette archived by Clyde of beats sent for the album Paris Sous Les Bombes of the famous group Suprême NTM (3rd album of the group).

Of course you will not find the beats released with his last but all the unselected gems that reveals the talent and the advance that Dj Clyde had taken in the production at that time! More than an instrumental album or beat tape, this project is a testimony of the history of Hip-Hop and moreover of Beatmaking in France in the 90s which was not supposed to see the day.

The cover is made by the talented grafiti artist Cyril "Kongo" of the famous and historical crew of graffiti artists MAC (founded in 1986 in Montreuil).

A1

Sortie d'Egypte

A2

Undefeated

A3

Summer Madness

A4

The Right Path

A5

Golden Age

A6

Unpredictable

A7

Easy on Sunset

A8

Heavy Load

A9

Inner Voices

B1

Hypnotyk

B2

Second Degré

B3

Propaganda

B4

Prophecy Revealed

B5

Back In The Days

B6

Vortex

B7

Da Legacy

B8

Brotherhood

B9

Victory

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