By: Anand Harsh
Mr Jennings is a mash master. It's difficult to celebrate this country's birthday when so many fucked up things are happening from sea to swampy sea, but Conway Jennings just threw an unholy cadre of legends in his patented Burner blender to whip up a mash-up that really sums up where we are right now.
In the 90's, Ziggy Stardust himself, David Bowie, got together with his old pal Brian Eno to pen “I'm Afraid of Americans,” which was a goddamn heater even before Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor got to it, to whip it up into the frenzy we all know and love (from the soundtrack to the best movie of all time, Showgirls).
A full twenty years later, Detroit's Danny Brown collected a murderer's row of hip-hop geniuses for “Really Doe,” which has features from Kendrick Lamar and Earl Sweatshirt, among others. Leave it to Jennings to rev this edit up with some fiery bass and some cunning 808's that really bring two of the hottest tracks together to become one superchanged ball of fire.
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