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MC OJ & Rhythm Slave - Thats The Way (Positivity) (Vinyl)

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  1. Mar 08,  · In , Gow began working under one of his most notable alias, The Rhythm Slaves. Soon after, his Timeslip EP was released on The Rurals renowned imprint Peng.
  2. MC OJ & Rhythm Slave, Category: Artist, Albums: What Can We Say?, Top Tracks: The One About Girls, Marijuana, Money Worries, Sway Like This, Doc Martens, Monthly.
  3. From the duo MC OJ & Rhythm Slave, he is the Rhythm Slave, although these days it's usually just Slave.
  4. Feb 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - MC OJ and The Rhythm SLAVE - "Joined at the hip-hop" YouTube Lazer Current - "Mock di dread and gwan" - Duration: ScreamOne UPCcrew 1, views.
  5. May 07,  · Grace Jones‘ album Slave To The Rhythm will be reissued by Culture Factory next month. The Trevor Horn produced opus, which largely revolves around variations of the title track, is high on the wish-list of many a fan in terms of deluxe editions but unfortunately this reissue contains no bonus tracks at all, although it does offer impressive vinyl replica/mini-LP CD/paper sleeve packaging.
  6. GRACE JONES. "Slave to the rhythm". vinyl 12" extended version. ZZT - Island records. UK edition. misummergrooves. misummergroovesblog.
  7. MC OJ & Rhythm Slave The duo's first creative collaboration was as hip hop duo MC OJ & Rhythm Slave, best known for their single "That's The Way (Positivity)", based around a sample from " That's the Way (I Like It) " by KC and the Sunshine Band.
  8. 7" Single on 45cat: MC OJ And Rhythm Slave - Body Rhymes (Protect Yourself) (Radio Mix) / Body Rhymes (Protect Yourself) (Original Mix) - Southside - Australia - K
  9. Digitally remastered edition housed in a mini LP sleeve that replicates every aspect of the original vinyl release. Grace Jones's autobiographical concept album, Slave to the Rhythm, includes eight reinterpretations of the title-track, and audio collages mixing funk, R&B, dance beats, recorded poetry excerpts and clips of Jones herself discussing her life/5(36).

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