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A-Trak Goes Crate Digging At Amoeba In The Latest Episode Of 'What's In My Bag?

A-Trak Goes Crate Digging At Amoeba In The Latest Episode Of 'What's In My Bag?

A-Trak Goes Crate Digging At Amoeba In The Latest Episode Of 'What's In My Bag?

A-Trak struts his crate digging muscle at Amoeba Music in the latest episode of What’s In My Bag? It should be known that a man as accomplished as A is on the ones and twos takes a whole lot of pleasure in discovery process, noting that he’s be at it anyway, on or off camera. The prolific DJ pulled in a nice little haul, grabbing a copy of E.U‘s ’88 go-go classic “Da Butt” off the OST to Spike Lee‘s School Daze.

He then draws a necessary line between the voice-box king Roger Troutman and lil bro’s trademark sound in Chromeo, copping himself a 12-inch of Zapp‘s P-Funk-produced debut record. We also catch peeks at cuts from Motown’s lone rock outfit Rare Earth and catch a quick history lesson from A on the sacrilege of the beats and breaks compilation. The final blow comes with the unveiling of the ultra rare J Dilla box-set King Of Beats, complete with totally antiquated floppy disk. Take a trip down the record isle with A-Trak at the institution that is Amoeba Music on the latest edition of What’s In My Bag? below.


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