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Showcase Your Music, 'Your Beats': *B~Free* '9 to 5' Remix Ft. Klassik

Addictive, Socially Conscious Hip Hop Soul

Here's another great edition to the ever-popular 'Your Beats' series.  RnB / Neo-Soul singer-songwriter and producer *B~Free* teams up with rapper Klassik for a remix of her addictive single '9 to 5'.  About the track: 

'(*B~Free*) sings of the trials & sacrifices we often endure to make ends meet, and the ultimate effect it can have on life and dreams.  With soulful productions & vocals strategically intertwined with Kendrick Lamar's Member's Only, *B~Free* teams up with renowned Milwaukee lyricist Klassik to deliver the summertime hit...a vivid example of the quality work from the songstress.'

Agreed.  *B~Free* has a great voice and the self-penned track shows that she is of the India Arie, Erykah Badu, Lauren Hill school of creating music that can make the listener not only move, but also think and feel too.

Klassik is a charismatic MC who immediately catches the listener's attention.  His animated flow is a great introduction and contrasts with *B-Free*'s measured delivery very nicely.  The Bad-Boy style jacking of a hip hop beat for the remix adds to the track's welcome 90's feel.

The original '9 to 5' features on the singer's highly acclaimed indie release 'Open Mic, Open Heart' from last year.  The project is of consistently high standard; neo-soul joints with big boom bap drums sit next to classy, piano-based ballads like 'U Would Think' and the haunting 'Blank'. Her compositional and singing skills shine throughout.       

Props to Klassik, and many thanks for getting in touch *B~Free*, you've got yourselves some new fans over here at The New Beat Maker.

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