Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Danja makes Bishop Lamont "So Sad"

I hope you all had a great holiday but it's time to get back to business and what better way than some new music. Bishop Lamont, signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath label, has been talking for quite sometime about his debut album yet it still hasn't materialized. Making sure to keep his name relevant while we wait, Lamont has just released his mixtape Pope Mobile and this VERY interesting track produced by Danja

Bishop Lamont f/ Chevy Jones "So Sad" produced by Danja Handz


Why so interesting you ask? The track sounds very Indian (though I could be wrong, perhaps Eastern European?) which Danja was yet to do but more so how often has Danja ever sampled? In my opinion this is a very different kind of track for him and I'm definitely feeling it. Actually I've heard rumors from different sources that Danja did Papoose's "That's A Good Look" with Tim so maybe this isn't the first time Danja has dipped into samples.

You all feeling this track? Big thanks to Trent for the track!

19 comments :

  1. feeling the track. what happened to the remixes??

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  2. personally der aint nuffin special bout this trak, if he had a hand in thats a good look den well done to danja cuz dat beats fire but sounds more tim dan danja to me

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  3. Danja did Nelly's "Do It" with Tim... wasn't that "sampled"?

    But, this track definitely doesn't sound like Danja. Dude has range.

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  4. J boogie you sound like a fool. Danja samples all the fucking time. get your story straight before u write.

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  5. "All the fucking time" eh? On his own, without Timbo?

    I disagree.

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  6. Danja has sampled, but barely... only back in the day in his work with Calistylz, TEAMHOOD, etc - especially lately theres been a lack of sampling where he has taken a style to recording himself playing drums and lacing tracks with tight synths.

    Tbh I don't even think this is sampled... cept for the horns but thats more of a stock sample.

    Shame the drums are so weak on this... but I think its tight!

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  7. i think its a nice simple beat, everyone should go check out Pope Mobile, its full of bangers from Scott Storch, DJ Khalil, Dr. Dre, Focus, Teddy Riley..

    the version out isnt fully mixed n mastered, waitin on the better version;)

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  8. it put me to sleep..NOTHING special once again from Danja..his music aint nothin crazy...quite safe to me..

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  9. just more chorus and opera samples. danja needs to stop using this its in all of his songs. he probably uses these because he use to play in a church

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  10. i agree i was xpecting a better track from danja, ive yet to hear a decent hip hop track from danja the only hot stuff comin from him is his pop music, to me he's more of a pop producer than hip hop

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  11. almost all of his older hip hop tracks are sampled,including calistylz tracks and the BIG - whatchu want track...

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  12. The biggie track wasn't sampled

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  13. One of the first Danja tracks that we ever heard Hey is full on Indian. It was so Indian that we all thought it was Timbaland for a second. That Wyld Money track still gets labeled as Tim. Also a few tracks on the Street Money Vol 1 Mixtape aswell.
    -bigmac

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  14. sorry guys, think this track is weak when talking beat/production.
    Never listen to lyrics *gg*

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  15. is seems to me that danja does have a weakness wen it comes to hip hop tracks because i've have not heard one that was good since the biggie track even that was sampled

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  16. Yep "Hey" was the only other Indian track I was thinking of like you said Bigmac.

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  17. i kinda like it...its different, i like the singing

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  18. Besides Hurt and Tell Em I Said that, he needs to step up in his hip hop tracks.

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  19. I wish he'd used different drums. Not a huge fan of this yet.

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