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Dublin native MathMan, could easily be one of the hardest working producers in Ireland right now.

So far in 2016 he’s released an album with Chicago’s Hypnotic Brass EnsembleHyp Hop‘, as well as 3 singles off the forthcoming debut album ‘Casual Work’ from Dublin MC Mango.

 

Snippet of #Aaliyah #RockTheBoat – MathMan #Redux. Coming soon.

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The next project from MathMan is ‘Redux Vol 1‘, a 15 track remix project of a 4 volume series. It takes classic RnB, Hip Hop and Grime tracks and transforms them into a contemporary futuristic MathMan production. Featuring classics such as Aaliyah’s ‘Rock the Boat’, Jay Z’s ‘Can’t Knock the Hustle’ and Tupac’s ‘Do For Love’, alongside modern classics like Kevin Gates ‘2 Phones’, Jeremih’s ‘Don’t Tell Em’ and Wiley’s ‘Flying’.

 

 

The inspiration for this project came from MathMan’s love and appreciation for some of the great Hip Hop, RnB and Grime artists of our time, and a desire to put his own twist on some of their most recognisable tracks.

Download the FREE ‘Redux’ project by MathMan below:

 

Redux Vol. 2, 3 & 4 coming in 2017

Words: Tara Stewart 
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