Possibly the most underrated producer of all time, Jersey native K-Def, recently found a new home at Redefinition Records. An indie label like that is perfectly suited for an artist of his status, and earlier this year they teamed up to release his first record on Redefinition; the three song instrumental 7" single "For Pete's Sake" B/W "Time's Change" that further solified his rep as an original and skilled veteran that hasn't lost a step. The same is evident on this limited flexi-disc promo single, featuring the song "Da Supa Heath" that's actually created without the use of samples although you could've swear that he had The Heath Brothers' "Smilin' Billy Suite" on the turntable when cooking up this beauty. If you want a copy of this future rarity, hurry up and visit Redefinition's Webshop to place your order while you still can.
K-DEF - Supa Heath - Flexi Disc Mix (SNIPPET) by Redefinition Records
Next up for K-Def will be "The Night Shift EP" featuring Rob-O and Raw Poetic so stay tuned for more info on that here @ The Lost Tapes.