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Zero One / Press

“Even if i’m not too sure about their current releases, i’ll be a Wu-Tang fan forever. You can’t beat “Enter The Wu-Tang” or any of each member’s first album. They changed rap music back in 93. And RZA – the producer behind the original Wu-Tang sound – was so much on top of his game between 93 and 96 that remixing his work is always a dangerous exercise. But Zero One and J. Mass (Dysposable Heroes) came up with a concept that is certainly worth a listen: using samples from jazz genius Ray Charles to give a new feel to some tracks of the wu tang’s genius also known as GZA.”

““For the Love” is certainly a track for the traditional hip hop heads. DJ Zero One provides one hell of a banger with DJ Premier-esque strings and a very unique touch that allows Jragon Fly to run beautifully on this joint.....It leads into the “Interlude (King In Me)” which once again displays great production from DJ Zero One and a tease of rapping from the guys.”