Knxwledge Caps Decade-Long Bandcamp Run with New Meek Mill Remix Project
The ten-year Bandcamp blitz comes to a close
The day's finally come. After announcing his 100th Bandcamp release would be his last, Knxwledge has finally hit the century mark. This week, the producer capped his decade-long campaign with the release of the fourth volume to his Meek Mill remix series, recalibrating a career-spanning grip of cuts from the Philly rapper.
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It's not all doom and gloom, though. While the Bandcamp run has come to its logical close, Knxw revealed that the releases are far from done in a recent post to his Instagram story (see below,) as he readies the launch of his own site and new merch. In a short address -- perhaps the closest thing we'll get to an official statement -- Knxw elaborates, "I've never done it for the '@' or the look," adding "I'm genuinely moved by every song and verse you end up hearing."
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You can listen to the latest installment of Knxwledge's Meek Mill remix series below. Head over to his Bandcamp page to comb through the last ten years of releases. Hold tight for his next transmission.