UNAGI | It Came From Beneath The SFC

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It Came From Beneath The SFC


Third album from SF producer UNAGI, full of dusty samples, neck-bending beats, and all-star underground emcees from the Bay and beyond.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shock and Awe
1:55 album only
2. Stay Focused (feat. Linkletterz)
2:31 album only
3. Ricochet (feat. King Caesar & Gamble)
2:57 album only
4. Split Decision
3:45 album only
5. Shoulda Known Better
2:56 album only
6. Expanded and Up To Date (feat. Infinito 2017)
2:52 album only
7. EKGz
2:36 album only
8. If U Wanna
2:38 album only
9. Who Spilt The Beer (feat. Motion Man)
2:28 album only
10. Lost & Found (feat. Unagi)
2:57 album only
11. Rolling Ronnie
2:57 album only
12. Reach (feat. Kero One)
3:25 album only
13. Give It To Me
2:15 album only
14. Wrap You Up (feat. Melina Jones)
3:04 album only
15. Bay Boss Outro
1:54 album only


Album Notes
When Unagi’s constructing his beats, he creates a distinctively west-coast vibe, usually seeking out old jazzy horns and dirty drums...Unagi is a pretty creative cat well versed in the art of digging. The samples are unrecognizable, and take on a life of their own within Unagi’s work, a skill not many producers can truly master.

-- Okayplayer.com

Unagi’s latest release, It Came From Beneath the SFC, continues to celebrate his uniqueness. His sound is deceptively intricate, building grooves out of loops from the ‘70s and ‘80s, and adding jazzy horns and pianos or up-to-date drums and percussion...All in all, Unagi’s latest throws a delightful curveball from the norm.

-- PopMatters.com

Named after some of my favorite types of sushi, Unagi is a hip-hop producer that has a keen ear for distinct loops and rhythms. He returns for his third album in as many years this time finding some incredible rappers from all the corners of America to punctuate Unagi's terrific instrumentals with vocal spittle of urban strife and uplifting lyrics. The backgrounds are peppered with ‘70’s era funk and Motown sleazy synths. Unagi himself waxes poetic grabbing the mic on the romantic crush joint “Lost & Found”. Raise ‘em up high on this one.

-- Smother Magazine

While many underground producers choose to limit their palette to classic soul samples, Unagi draws from a variety of decades and genres...Unagi is at his best when reinterpreting this lovemaking music of the ’80s, recycling its cheesy components into something fresh. Not content to rely on this strength, he continues to effectively run the gamut of source material, dipping into psychedelia, bossanova and more traditional soul samples.

-- Dusted Magazine



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