Cold Blooded - Onra - Chinoiseries Pt 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Like the first album, 'PT 2' is inspired by Chinese and Vietnamese music, discovered whilst digging on an expedition through the region, Frenchman Arnaud Bernard packs together a massive selection of source material into an incredibly epic thirty-two cuts of hip hop instrumentals.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Chinoiseries Pt 2 on Discogs/5(84).
  3. Aug 28,  · Tracklist: The Arrival A New Dynasty It's All Memories Remember The Name Open The Door Gotta Go Mai's Theme Words Of Encouragement Trapped One For The Wu
  4. Released as a single from the album of the same name, "Cold Blooded" spent six weeks at number one on the Billboard R&B Singles chart and reached number forty on the Hot Covers. In , the song was covered by American rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard and included on his album Nigga Please.
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  7. 'Same Same but Different', the familiar phrase heard throughout south east Asia, a perfect description to characterize Onra's latest project, a follow up to his LP - Chinoiseries. So almost five years later, here we go back on the trail of another Asian beat journey with 32 Hip-Hop instrumentals inspired by Chinese and Vietnamese music. A lot has happened in between: The Big Payback with.
  8. Sick new Onra! PT 2 of his Chinoiseries, which has him going off digging all over China and Vietnam on a quest for loops! TIP!'Same Same but Different', the familiar phrase heard throughout south east Asia, a perfect description to characterize Onra�s latest project, a follow up to his LP - Chinoiseries.
  9. Feb 13,  · Chinoiseries Pt. 2 is a great album to just tune into, it's wild, it's never tiring but still organized and blends together incredibly well. The samples are interesting, and it's cool to hear some other and different samples, I believe not many artists have dug into these crates. The album advances pretty smoothly, it never stops if you will/5(4).

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