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Sandhill – Sandhill (Instrumental Tape)

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Sandhill is an Iraqi-Canadian producer from Baghdad via Montreal that I’ve become familiar with over the years through his work with Narcy. The 29 track self-titled beat tape is in remembrance of his late brother and production partner Nawaf “Nofy Fannan” Al-Rufaie.

Sandhill, the beat butcher of Baghdad , and producer/ musical partner to Montreal wordsmith Narcy, drops his self-titled instrumental record in remembrance of his late brother and production partner, Nawaf “Nofy Fannan” Al-Rufaie.

Debuting in the Iraqi-MTLien trio Euphrates in the early 2000s, he currently handles a lot of the production for Arab heavyweights from Shadia Mansour to Omar Offendum, as well as production credits in movies like Fast and the Furious 7 and Telfaz 11 viral sensations.

With Montreal being on the map for producers now more than ever, Sandhill brings a unique eclectic collection of neck crackers and head bangers that travel from. Peep the album here and buy it here.

NR premiero. Put a tea on the stove and enjoy the musical sounds that can also be purchased here for 10 bucks.

Previously: The Narcicyst – Free + World War (Premiere)

Freeway, Amir Sulaiman, Ayah, The Narcicyst & Omar Offendum – #Jan25th

Monday, February 7th, 2011

As I’m sure you know, it’s been going down in Egypt for the past couple of weeks. On #Jan25th (named for the date the protests began), MC’s Freeway, The Narcicyst and Omar Offendum, as well as Def Poet Amir Sulaiman and singer Ayah, offer their own thoughts and reflections on a situation that is touching people of many different faiths and nationalities on many different levels.

Inspired by the resilience of Egyptian people during their recent uprising, several notable musicians from North America have teamed up to release a song of solidarity and empowerment. The track is fittingly titled “#Jan25″ as a reference to both the date the protests officially began in Egypt, and its prominence as a trending topic on Twitter. Produced by Sami Matar, a Palestinian-American composer from Southern California, and featuring the likes of Freeway, The Narcicyst, Omar Offendum, HBO Def Poet Amir Sulaiman, and Canadian R&B vocalist Ayah – this track serves as a testament to the revolution’s effect on the hearts and minds of today’s youth, and the spirit of resistance it has come to symbolize for oppressed people worldwide.

For more on the contributors: Omar Offendum (MC #1) – http://twitter.com/Offendum, The Narcicyst (MC #2) – http://twitter.com/TheNarcicyst, Freeway (MC #3) – http://twitter.com/PhillyFreezer, Amir Sulaiman (MC #4) http://twitter.com/AmirSulaiman, Ayah (R&B Vocalist) – http://twitter.com/AyahMusic, Sami Matar (Producer) – http://twitter.com/SamiMatar, and the artwork design by Ridwan Adhami http://www.ridzdesign.com

Freeway, Amir Sulaiman, Ayah, The Narcicyst & Omar Offendum – #Jan25th | Usershare

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