Tag Archives: Ray West

The Third Coming EP Stream – Ray West & Prince Julius

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More mellow madness from the RedApples lab of Bronx-based producer Ray West.

Always Protect The King EP Stream – Ray West & AG

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Bronx producer Ray West continues to make good on his promise to deliver new music every Friday throughout Covid lockdown, with this mellow collaboration alongside Diggin’ In The Crates legend Andre The Giant also featuring appearances from Lord Tariq, D Flow and the late Party Arty.

Rowhouse Whispers EP Stream – Ray West & Zilla Rocca

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Bronx producer Ray West teams-up with Philly’s Zilla Rocca for this concise collection of laidback soundscapes and engaging lyricism.

New Joint – Ray West & junclassic

Ray West & junclassic – “I Mean” (@RedApples45 / 2020)

Taken from the Bronx / Queens duo’s recent collabo EP “Stress Relief”.

Stress Relief EP Stream – Ray West & junclassic

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Queens, NY’s junclassic delivers true-school Rotten Apple rhymes over the mellow minimalism of Bronx-based producer Ray West on this free EP.

New Joint – Ray West

Ray West – “For Us (Dust Version)” (@RedApples45 / 2019)

Bronx-based producer Ray West utilises a classic Kool & The Gang sample for this mellow opening track off his new instrumental project “Rap Is Art”.

Esoteric Essayz EP Stream – Eloh Kush & Ray West

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Heavy-mental, street-savvy wordplay from New Jersey’s Eloh Kush produced by RedApples45’s Ray West.

 

New Joint – Eloh Kush & Ray West / 60 Second Assassin / John Robinson

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Eloh Kush & Ray West ft. 60 Second Assassin & John Robinson – “Circle 7” (AngelzInc.BandCamp.Com / 2019)

Lead single from New Jersey emcee Eloh Kush’s forthcoming EP “Esoteric Essayz”  with Bronx-based Red Apples 45 producer Ray West.

Epiphany EP Stream – AG & John Robinson

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Mellow, jazz-influenced dopeness from the Red Apples camp produced by Ray West.

Superfly EP Stream – Ray West

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Bronx-based music man Ray West pays tribute to the legendary Curtis Mayfield with this collection of laidback, cool-out tracks.

New Joint – Nelson Dialect

Nelson Dialect – “2 Train With The 7” (@Dialect108 / 2017)

The Australian wordsmith paints vivid lyrical pictures over mellow production from Bronx-based music man Ray West.

New Joint – AG & John Robinson

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AG & John Robinson ft. Blu & Dave Dar – “Penelope” (@RedApples45 / 2017)

Smooth, jazz-influenced title track from the NY duo’s new Ray West-produced collabo EP.

New Joint – Ray West & Dave Dar

Ray West & Dave Dar – “We Prevail” (@RedApples45 / 2017)

Mellow, heartfelt vibes from the NY-based duo’s EP “Sun Don’t Chill”.

New Joint – AG & John Robinson

AG & John Robinson – “They Watching” (@RedApples45 / 2017)

Mellow, jazz-influenced flavour produced by Bronx music man Ray West,

New Joint – AG / John Robinson

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AG & John Robinson – “They Watching” (@RedApples45 / 2017)

The two NY rhyme vets warn of the dangers of the digital age over mellow, jazz-infused Ray West production.

New Joint – Ray West & Dave Dar / AG

Ray West & Dave Dar ft. AG – “The Art Of Diggin'” (@RedApples45 / 2017)

NYC’s Ray West and Dave Dar are joined by D.I.T.C.’s AG to demonstrate why buying old records is a habit on this mellow cut from their recent EP “The Sun Don’t Chill”.

The Sun Don’t Chill EP Stream – Ray West & Dave Dar

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Fresh produce from the Bronx-based RedApples45 imprint featuring Percee P, Prince Po and AG.

Red Apples 45 Vintage 1991 EP Stream – Various Artists

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Bronx-bred producer Ray West blows the dust off some early-90s basement demos featuring the raw talents of 2 Mad, Poetic Prince, Double R and more.

New Joint – D Flow & Ray West

D Flow & Ray West – “Soliloquy” (@RedApples45 / 2016)

Cinematic visuals for this minimalist instrumental piece from the Bronx duo’s new EP “Three Sides To Every Coin”.

New Joint – D Flow & Ray West

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D Flow & Ray West – “Invasion” (@RedApples45 / 2016)

Pairing hard-knock New York rhymes with soothing, piano-laced production, this track from DITC affiliate D Flow and Bronx-based music man Ray West sets high standards for the remainder of their forthcoming “Three Sides To Every Coin” project.