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Sid Roams

Sid Roams

Sid Roams


Sid Roams is not one man. Rather, it is two men steeped with experience in the hip-hop game. As solo producers, Joey Chavez and Bravo are familiar to anyone who’s bought a mid-90’s ABB record or smoked out to a Prodigy (Mobb Deep) joint. And now the two have again joined forces to combine their respective sounds into a next-level, trademark brand, Zombie Musik. The production duo of Sid Roams have supplied tracks for the cream of New York street-hop Read more on Last.fm
Sid Roams is not one man. Rather, it is two men steeped with experience in the hip-hop game. As solo producers, Joey Chavez and Bravo are familiar to anyone who’s bought a mid-90’s ABB record or smoked out to a Prodigy (Mobb Deep) joint. And now the two have again joined forces to combine their respective sounds into a next-level, trademark brand, Zombie Musik. The production duo of Sid Roams have supplied tracks for the cream of New York street-hop, including Mobb Deep’s Queensbridge family, Dipset’s Purple City, Agallah, Papoose, Krumbsnatcha, Capone, Lloyd Banks, Un Pacino and numerous others.

And on the west, they have worked with the likes of Phil the Agony, Strong Arm Steady, & Planet Asia, but their roots go back to Dilated Peoples, their music-family and springboard for both of their careers. They have continued the Dilated collaborations over the years and on Evidence’s solo project, The Weatherman, they contributed the lead single “Mr. Slow Flow” (among others) and “Solitary Confinement” for his Layover EP. Also recent in their catalogue is Prodigy’s Product of the 80s, a Reagan-era NYC album produced entirely by Sid Roams & Jake One.

The sounds they make are gully and urban, with hints of 80s electro and eerie, Scarface-era Giorgio Moroder synth lines. As Bravo puts it, “We always both appreciated dark records and DIY horror cinema.” Zombie Musik is the second installment in their instrumental series. It’s a collection of original B-movie, creepshow beats and favorite backdrops from Prodigy’s HNIC2 & Product of the 80’s, Big Twins’ The Project Kid, & Evidence’s Layover EP. But this project plays like an album unto itself, thematically splattering zombies with the “Sid Roams Sound” throughout; all deftly chained together with rare, seamless, cult-flic segues.

It’s a sonic treat for beat-heads and eager-rappers alike… Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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