MP3: Das Racist – “hahahaha jk?” (Brainbheats Remix)

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Ever wonder how Days Of Our Lives would sound if it went synth pop? Brainbheats, of The Pass (who released a wicked, PMA approved debut record last year with Burst) has remixed Boi-1da’s stellar beat for Das Racist from their second critically acclaimed mixtape of 2010, Sit Down Man. The new remix of “hahahaha jk?” maintains a few elements of the highly original track while completely altering it, adding an array of synthesizers, mechanical vocals, and some dazzling electro-pop beats, that are evocative of Burst. Das Racist are known to use obscure, vintage electronica in their music (“Chicken And Meat”), but I have yet to hear Kool AD and Heems rap on a beat like this.

MP3: Das Racist – hahahaha jk? (Brainbheats Remix)

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