On the occasion of its 6 year anniversary, Dutty Artz released beginning of this month two EPs in a four part series of geographically-oriented EPs that will make up the 6 Years Deep compilation – on sale in December.

First one named What Edward Said includes beautiful tracks from Filastine, Alaa Fifty Cent&Sadat El Alaamy (we, Generation Bass, released their Electro Chaabi Best Of compilation, the first such release in the West, check it HERE) and Brooklyn Shanti.

1) Imanaren – Bo Niyt
2) Filastine – Autology feat. Jessika Skeletalia Kenny
3) Amr 7a7a, Alaa Fifty Cent, & Sadat El Alaamy – Against Harassment اغنيه حملة احميها بدل ما تيتحرش بيها توزيع عمرو حاحا
4) Ushka & Brooklyn Shanti – Hanuma Vannama

From PR :

Highlighted on the DJ /rupture curated EP are a cross section of Dutty Artz projects, future collaborations and from the past 6 years. Imanaren from Morocco, who’s self-titled international debut was released on Dutty Artz in 2011, turn in a driving Berber folk tune. Filastine, a long-time friend of Dutty Artz, offers vintage-Soot with Autology. Amr Haha, Alaa Fifty Cent, & Sadat El Alaamy, Mahraganat stars out of Cairo, turn in an anti-sexual harrassment protest song, recently performed at a demonstration in front of the presidential palace in Cairo. Brooklyn’s own Ushka and Brooklyn Shanti turn in an adaptation of “Hanuma Vanama” (recital of the monkey) a Lankan folk tune brought to the club, and given a Bengali-twist!

Second one, Dutty Conqueror includes tracks from artists Trawma, Robzilla, Kush Arora (who remixed Gyptian), Old Money and Jahdan Blakkamoore.

01 Trawma feat. Robzilla – In These Times (Tek Yuh Life)

02 Gyptian – Wine Slow (Kush Arora China White Remix)

03 Old Money feat. Mega Max – Chill

04 Jahdan Blakkamoore – Broken in Brooklyn


You may still have time to grab the second EP for free by suscribing to Dutty Artz mailist HERE !


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