Free Download: Kamikazi Airlines – Now Boarding (2010)

Free Download: Kamikazi Airlines – Now Boarding (2010)

It’s a shame we’ve never posted about Dizzy Dustin’s imprint Kamikazi Airlines before, because their artist roster is really good. Mr. J Medeiros, Blown Celeb, Bi-Polar Bear, Triple Helix and The Argyle Pimps are some of the artists who are signed to the label. Need I say more? If so, then their own description should do the trick: “We aim to fly high above the hip hop of today, while embracing the sounds of yesteryear and pushing musical boundaries!”

We are fans of Yudee for years now, but we gotta admit that we’ve never posted about Dizzy Dustin’s imprint Kamikazi Airlines yet. Which is a shame, because their artist roster is really good.

Music: The Argyle Pimps – Car That Works

Mr. J Medeiros, Blown Celeb, Bi-Polar Bear (we did a feature on them before), Triple Helix and The Argyle Pimps (definitely check out their song Old School Metallica) are some of the artists who are signed to the label. Need I say more?

If so, then their own description should do the trick: “We aim to fly high above the hip hop of today, while embracing the sounds of yesteryear and pushing musical boundaries!”

Today we found out about the free ‘Now Boarding’ mix CDs by Kamikazi Airlines. Below you can download the latest one, ‘Now Boarding: Flight KA303′, but head over to KA’s website for all chapters. Enjoy! 

Hard Road f/ Encore – Illnaughty
Warrior Killaz – The Fortyseven
They Gunna Pay – Blown Celeb
What It Look Like – Spit Flamez Inc
Happiness Remix – Illnaughty f/ Dilated Peoples and Rudy Love
Invisable Man – ESP
August 88 – ESP
Incase You Forgot – Blown Celeb
Day The Sun Bled – The Fortyseven
Smile – Mr. J. Mederios
Reasons – The Vox Merger
Big Dreams – The Vox Merger f/ Big Chan
Home Pt. 2 – BiPolar Bear
Test Your Might – BiPolar Bear
The Blocks – Triple Helix
The Resistance – Triple Helix
Howard Hughes – The Argyle Pimps
Target Market – Mr. J. Mederios

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Danny

Just an ordinary guy always on the hunt for extraordinary music. Partly as the founder of The Find Magazine & Rucksack Records, partly as a freelance music journalist, but above all: out of love for all types of good music.