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Max Tannone, the guy that brought you Jaydiohead, has concocted another piece of greatness. This time he blends the stylings of Mos Def with your favorite dub step tunes.
Continue reading for the sample information, tracklist & download link.

Via illRoots.

Sample information:
1/10 – Johnny Too Beef (”Beef” – Mos Def [Mos Definite] x “Johnny Too Bad” – The Slickers [“The Harder They Come” soundtrack])
2/10 – History Town (”History” – Mos Def feat. Talb Kweli [The Ecstatic] x “007 (Shanty Town)” – Desmond Dekker & The Aces [“The Harder They Come” soundtrack])
3/10 – Ms. Vampire Booty (”Ms. Fat Booty” – Mos Def [Black On Both Sides] x “The Mummy Shroud” – Scientist [Rids The World of Vampire Curse])
4/10 – In My Math (”Mathematics” – Mos Def [Black On Both Sides] x “Your Teeth In My Neck” – Scientist [Rids The World of Vampire Curse])
5/10 – Travellin’ Underground (”Travellin’ Man” – Mos Def [Mos Definite] x “Underground” – Lee Perry [Superape])
6/10 – Shroud The Stars (”Bright As The Stars” – Mos Def feat. Talib Kweli [Ah Ha/Bright As The Stars – 12″] x “The Mummy Shroud” – Scientist [Rids The World of Vampire Curse])
7/10 – Mr. Universe (”Next Universe” – Mos Def [Rawkus Presents Soundbombing 2] x “Mr. D. Brown Skank” – The Observer All-Stars [Trojan Dub Box Set Vol. 2 CD3])
8/10 – Summertime Running (”Summertime” – Mos Def feat. Medina Green [Mos Definite] x “Running Dub” – King Tubby & Errol Thompson [The Black Foundation In Dub])
9/10 – Kampala Truth Work (”Work It Out” – Mos Def [The Dangerous Mix] x “Kampala” – Dub Specialist [African Rub A Dub (Studio One)] x “Truth And Rights” – Johnny Osbourne [Truth & Rights])
10/10- Hurricane Black (”Hurricane” – Black Thought, Common, Mos Def [“The Hurricane” soundtrack] x “Black Moon” – Third World All Star [Rebel Rock])

1/10 – Johnny Too Beef
2/10 – History Town
3/10 – Ms. Vampire Booty
4/10 – In My Math
5/10 – Travellin’ Underground
6/10 – Shroud The Stars
7/10 – Mr. Universe
8/10 – Summertime Running
9/10 – Kampala Truth Work
10/10 – Hurricane Black

DOWNLOAD: Mos Dub (Mixtape)

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