Australian producer Ta-ku manipulates Keith Sweat’s “Twisted” into an almost unrecognizable state. Leaving only the most essential of vocals, Ta-ku takes the track from a slowtempo 90s R&B jam to an experimental, pulsating, it’s-getting-hot-in-here tune. Download the track here or here as part of his Make It Last EP released via LFTF.
2008 RBMA graduate has really come along! Now making more elaborate and layered beats than ever before, Ta-Ku has taken his deep hip hop roots and taken them to experiment in new electronic realms and I like the results.
I was going to go to yoga class today. I was going to shop around for myself & the soon to be birthdays. I was going to go eat lunch by myself. I was going to get up and go.
Instead I appreciated the little things. I appreciated my house. I walked around nude then in a new piece of clothing that makes me feel like a plant. I washed my work clothes. I made a mental list in my head of the groceries I need: laundry detergent, paper towels, frozen fruits & Açai, cranberry juice, kale, avocados- lots of avocados. I listened to throw back slow jams like Keith Sweat, Aaliyah, Lyfe Jennings. I made myself some bow tie pastas with simple salt and pepper. I’m so content. I’m loving on little things today.