DDay One – In Session no.9 ‘Dedicated to Guru’

We return to L.A for our next regular installment of Dday One’s ‘In Session’ series. This latest episode is dedicated to the memory of the late Keith ‘Guru’ Elam who sadly left us too soon last week. Mixed in with Gangstarr and Guru classics are new and older joints from The Q4, Dabrye, Asusu, The Prunes, Prince Paul and even a sneak preview of a Flying Lotus track from the new Cosmogramma LP.

Not much else to say on this, it’s the usual hour of goodness from our man in L.A and requires your ears’ attention and complete immersion to enjoy it to the fullest. Don’t forget to check the latest from Dday and the Content Label on their website and if you haven’t yet check our news and downloads feed for a free EP from Marques Lafelt which we posted earlier today.

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Intro: GIFTED UNLIMITED RHYMES UNIVERSAL
Gang Starr – Credit is due
Inner Science – Till
Gang Starr – Words I Manifest (Remix)
Eskamon – Fine Objects
Guru feat Mc Solar – Le Bien, Le Mal
The Q4 – Beer Goggle Blues (Project Mooncircle)
Dabrye – Temper
Dj Krush feat. Guru – Bboy Mastermind
45 King – Kool
Gang Starr – Yo Know my Steez
Eskmo – Sister, You Have Got To Listen
Gang Starr – Positivty
Robot Koch feat Grace – Listen To Them Fade (Project Mooncircle)
Asusu – Small Hours
Gang Starr – Just To Get A Rep (M. Fusion remix)
Pharcyde – Pandemonium
The Prunes / mixed with Olde soul’s Wild card (Exclusive)
Flying Lotus – Do the Astral Plane
Bonobo – We could Forever / Gang Starr’s Meaning of the Name
Dday One – Untitled – (World Premier)**
Price Paul – Beautiful Night
Mumbles – Lakysha boodha (feat rebecca Klei)
Guru – Trust Me
Mad Doctor X – Realism
Gang Starr – In Memory of
Outro: It’s Universal!

Thanks for listening….rest in peace Keith Elam (The Guru)

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