Kid Sublime releases his new album, a true master of his profession. “Street Coach a kind of opus, is the first Dutch rapapalbum Sublime Kid, humorous and spiritual, but supported by crazy rhythms in the style of “Bang it in ya Jeep”. From his debut as a drummer in hardcore punk bands to a world tour with the Brazilian band Zuco 103 and his work in the famous record store Fat Beats, he soon laid a solid foundation for his career as a music producer and recording jockey. Jacob Otton was born into a family of artists and musicians. He started playing piano and drums at the age of 5 after hearing his grandfather Duke Ellington’s “album” and trying to play “C-Jam Blues”. After trying the Akai MPC 60 in the late 90’s, Sublime Kid was addicted to this device and a few years later released his first home 12″, “Tea For Two”, which was later re-released by Francois K. Then he continued to develop several future classic souls for the Dutch label Kindred Spirits, such as his album “Basement Soul”. From the corners of the house on his own label Ballroom Records, which took dancefloors around the world, to albums that were released only in Japan, so hot that the legendary BBE Records re-released them so that more people could hear the clear sound of KS. From this first decisive moment, Jacob – known as the Sublime Child – dedicated his “heart” and soul to music. Published on Inner Tribe Records, see below and get your copy of the album. By continuing to use this site, you agree to its use.
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