ARAAB MUZIK [ Dipset ]
LUNICE [ Mad Decent / LuckyMe ]
RILLY GUILTY [ Lookout ]

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The heat in the streetz brought by Dipset's reunion can largely be attributed to beats made by Dipset super-producer Araab Muzik. Since the Dominican/Guatemalan producer met Dipset's chief of A&R, Duke Da God in 2006, he has been racking up hood classics, lacing The Dips with “We All Up in Here,” “Ric Flair,” “Pop Off,” and “I Used Get It In Ohio.” None of the songs the Rhode Island native has produced means more to New York than “Salute,” which features Cam’ron, Jim Jones, and Juelz Santana together again.

Production, yes. DIPSET. Even more insane is how he murders the MPC live. Araab uniquely samples sounds from trance, metal, opera, & classical genres, forming an energy that can't be captured by the countless YouTube videos showcasing his "finger-banging" ability.


Montreal's proudest young son is another super-producer who's YouTube legacy ain't nothing to f-with. Lunice has been destined for the main stage since the early days of Turbo Crunk, Montreal's premier bass night. After collaborating with Diplo, Lunice released the 'Stacker Upper EP' on Scottish label LuckyMe, turning heads in North American, Europe, and beyond. This just in: Lunice just announced a new EP forthcoming on the label. Yes!


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