On his track “Contemplate,” LA producer Sweatson Klank delightfully flips a sample of Mobb Deep’s “Hell on Earth”—Quiet as kept, I lay back and watch the world spin—stripping the lyric of the original’s heavy implications and situating it comfortably in a posh cabana. Hard not to be a sucker for a trick like that. The song features on Sweatson Klank’s recent You, Me, Temporary LP, out now digitally and as a set of three LPs via Project: Mooncircle.
Video: Sweatson Klank, “Contemplate”
POSTED May 29, 2013 12:34PM IN MUSIC VIDEO