Three years before switching his moniker to Adé Hakim and making beats for Earl Sweatshirt, sixpress dropped this artistry-defining beat tape on Bandcamp in the first chapter of a budding underground hip hop revolution known as [sLums]. Released the summer before the debut of his subsequent rap records and considered to be the beat tape which established the sound of sixpress, TAPE 22 has now been given the official release it has long deserved.
TAPE 22 has been remastered for premium sound and pressed on 180 gram vinyl with an etched b-side. The coke bottle clear variant comes with a limited flexi disc featuring an unreleased track by sixpress, exclusive to the flexi only.
1. a quick word from our sponsors before we start 2. clear crystal 3. penny thoughts 4. black indy 5. swzy 6. shukup (take off) 7. shhhhhhh 8. black indy 2 9. sunis drive 10. du duah duah 11. eeeeeee (with slum rugglers)