Featuring Angel’s long time collaborator, Jhelisa, this song is included in the Launched Artist Single Series. A compilation featuring various artists as part of the Aleka’s Attic #RiverPhoenix50 celebration. Each featured artist is associated by “6 degrees of River Phoenix” in celebration of what would have been River’s 50th birthday this year.
Unleashing his musical arsenal of jungle, dubstep, drum ‘n’ bass and hip-hop worldwide, West Coast Jungle Ambassador, DJ/remixer/producer R.A.W. aka 6Blocc, inspired by the lyrics, R.A.W. brings his dark drum and bass sensibilities to this bangin’ remix.
This remix album was compiled by The Angel from the catalog of Supa Crucial Recordings. The album includes many of the names The Angel has worked with on her various recordings including Tre Hardson, Divine Styler, Michael Franti (Spearhead), Cokni O’Dire, Ming & FS and Mystic…
The Angel’s cutting edge original score compliments the songs featured in the movie, the best of UK hip hop and grime, creating a contemporary back-drop to a disturbing, yet powerful story. Supa Crucial Recordings released the “KiDULTOOD (Original Motion Picture Score)” album alongside the film’s UK theatrical release.
The first collection of remixes from Supa Crucial Recordings, including remixes previously available on vinyl only. There are brand new mixes from E-Sassin, a remix collaboration between Origin, Sklyer Mic and UFO! and a brand new mix of “Protect Yourself” by 60 Channels.
60 Channels’ “Selector (On Tha Otha Side Of Midnite)” gets the E-Sassin remix) treatment. “Unda Pressure,” featuring Navigator MC, has Deep Rooted (aka Roots) at the controls for his version.
Jazzy drum and bass collaboration with Bristol’s production duo, More Rockers. Recorded in 1996, the album was first released on the UK label Cup Of Tea. Featured guest vocalist Cokni O’Dire, jazz pianist Jacky Terrasson and legendary hammond player, Brian Auger.
Written for the film, “Playing God,” starring David Duchovny, Timothy Hutton and Angelina Jolie, the song was Angel’s first collaboration with Angie after Angel remixed the song “What’s Come Over Me,” for her band, Frente! The track first appeared on a vinyl 12″ as a radio edit with the version entitled “Danger Girl Remix”. The full length version of the song was included on the Soundtrack album. We have now made all the versions of the song available on iTunes including the previously unreleased versions; “Dark & Sparse Mix” and the “Danger Girl Remix (instrumental).”