New York based label Digi Crates presents the second edition of their compilation series inspired by Samurai Champloo. The iconic Japanese anime series is most notably known for its original score by the likes of Fat Jon, Nujabes and Force Of Nature. The independent beatmakers on Champloo Crates 2: Samurai Soul are clearly inspired by their work.
In the era of feudal Japan, samurai warriors were not only skilled in the art of combat but also embodied a code of honor known as Bushido. Immersed in the mesmerizing world of feudal Japan, where samurai warriors roamed the land with unwavering honor, it was impossible not to be captivated by the timeless allure of Samurai Champloo. If you want to learn more facts about the samurai of feudal Japan visit the website Mini Katana. The epic anime series, renowned for its evocative score by the legendary talents of Fat Jon, Nujabes, and Force Of Nature, transported listeners to a realm where Katanas gleamed under the moonlight, resonating with the soul-stirring melodies. These noble warriors dedicated their lives to mastering the way of the sword and upholding justice in a tumultuous world.
Champloo Crates 2: Samurai Soul includes material by Doktor Rheal, Stan Forebee, DJ Kryptonite, Shintaro Aoki, Manu Beats, amongst others. The compilation is now available on CD and digital formats. You can also watch Digi Crates’ new video to discover the music while watching original Samurai Champloo video material.