This is OriginalSoulboy’s music collection on Bandcamp.


Brighton, UK
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Hip-Hop head, Soulboy, Vinyl geek, collector of 70's, early 80's soul/disco/boogie
Underground hip-hop nut
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  1. Verbal Illustrations Mixtape
    by G U N
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    No B/S No B/S
  2. Configa & HaStyle Present: "The Calm Before HaStility EP"
    by Configa & Hastyle
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    CB4H CB4H
    'Cos Configa made me buy it haha. Nah, it;s dope all the way through and they use some dub beats which always sounds good to a Londoner growing up surrounded by Dub. Oh and they mention one of my favourite soul singers, the great Teena Marie RIP
  3. Salo Sessions
    by Sadistik
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    Waves Waves
  4. Nothing Like the First Time
    by Watsky
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    Ninjas in Paris Ninjas in Paris
  5. A New Kind of Sexy Mixtape
    by Watsky
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Pumped Up Kicks Remix Pumped Up Kicks Remix
  6. Origin
    by Vanilla
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Footsteps Footsteps
  7. Black Jungle Radio
    by Black Jungle Squad
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    BlackMyth (Prod. By Kutmah) BlackMyth (Prod. By Kutmah)
  8. Dark Comedy
    by Open Mike Eagle
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Dark Comedy Morning Show (feat. Toy Light) Dark Comedy Morning Show (feat. Toy Light)
  9. Yusef Rumperfield - Jazz In Motion
    by Tall Black Guy Productions
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    Brazilian Butta Groove Brazilian Butta Groove
    Just listen to the track above.Doesn't
    need more explanation.
  10. Brighter Daze
    by Murs & 9th Wonder
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    The Battle The Battle
  11. midcity
    by clipping.
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    intro intro
    I don;t know if I do love Clipping. I am torn by them. The beats and rapping on the first LP were spot on. the lyrics were just trying to be deliberately offensive, unless they are the unbelievably sexist and nasty idiots they came across as. They intrigue me. And come on rappers. i've been a hip hip head since the mid 80;s when there was none of this. Putting down women/gay people doesn't make you tough, it makes you the opposite I'm afraid. An asshole.