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DJ Krush is one of the great originators of trip-hop, with a storied career spanning more than three decades. The celebrated Japanese producer’s eleventh album expands on his mastery of the genre, fusing foggy instrumental beats with moody guest vocals. Rain-drenched opener “Probability” and the slow orchestral groove of “My Light” sashay through the gloom, before the album blossoms with the thudding beat of “Sbayi One,” featuring the elastic rapping of Crosby Bolani and the atmospheric hip-hop of “Future Correction.”

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The return was well worth the wait

Sometimes when artists disappear for a while, just dropping tracks here and there, I get worried that their full length albums will fall short. Not the case here, Krush is a master of his craft and he keeps on pushing his sound. This has all of the tranquil beauty that he's known for plus his dark beats that are rich with bass and rolls. This is a great album beginning to end. Fans of DJ Krush already know his abilities to create art with his music and people new to him will hear for themselves.


The best in the game. This album is definitely no exception. Simply beautiful to listen too......


Born: July 29, 1962 in Tokyo, Japan

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Japanese turntablist and producer DJ Krush is one of the few island-nation artists to be embraced by the global hip-hop world. Releasing material through Sony in Japan, Mo'Wax and Virgin in the U.K., and Axiom, Shadow, and A&M in America, Krush's heady brand of experimental, (largely) instrumental hip-hop has been praised by everyone from hardcore underground hip-hop 'zines like The Bomb to the speckless offices of Rolling Stone and Spin. Beginning as a bedroom DJ in the mid-'80s following the Japanese...
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