The feels on this Jay Fay bootleg are at an all time high. What the St. Louis production master done here is taken a track that was super emo (despite using an R Kelly sample) but kind of stationary and added a whole new depth of epic to it. He's made it go somewhere and made it so that you could probably get away with playing at a gig (if you do in fact DJ) without people scratching their head and asking why you killed the vibe. It's a good tool.
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