J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science Purple Perpendicual
- Words: Chopper
- Label: Om
San Francisco's J-Boogie is a lot of things: club DJ, bandleader, musician, radio host and an uncommonly cool dude who's famous for his fly headgear. But all that is secondary to the barrage of hip-hop, dubby downtempo and Latin-percussion beats he creates, like this single, where he flashes his club-friendly hip-hop side, with MCs P.E.A.C.E., Rashaan Ahmad, Zion, Deuce Eclipse, and Tony Moses offering their takes on the world's pressures. The music is as smooth as J's chapeaux.
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