OKP Premiere: Ol' Burger Beats Shares Breezy Unreleased Instrumental "Do It Girl"
A year ago, the world gained another brilliant beatsman in Ol’ Burger Beats, who dropped a seismic introduction in his debut album High Rhodes. There we found a compendium of dusty funk & soul chops, strung together by slightly-swung, wholly-tight snares and crisp kicks that hark back to the drunken drum clinics of J Dilla and Pete Rock. Since then, we’ve heard him link with some of the stateside greats for “20 Years” (Illa J) and a remix of Soul Theory’s “3D Cypher” (Frank Nitt & Marv Won.)
But with a full vinyl drop of unreleased instrumentals hitting the internets at the end of the week, the Oslo-native is treating us to a slick preview of the release with the premiere of the breezy and bounce-worthy “Do It Girl.” Here you’ll find Burger flipping a suite of regal keys and a swooning guitar lick, making for a slow-burning treatment for you to bless the air with. Listen Ol Burger Beats’ “Do It Girl” down below and preorder your copy of his Unreleased Instrumental 12-inch vinyl via HHV today ahead of it official release this Friday, November 27th or grab it digitally on iTunes.