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Examples of "samiyam"
Sam Baker, better known by his stage name Samiyam, is an American hip hop producer based in Los Angeles, California.
Sam Baker's Album is a studio album by American hip hop producer Samiyam. It was released on Brainfeeder in 2011.
Samiyam released the "Return" EP on Hyperdub in 2008. He also released "Rap Beats Vol. 1" in the same year.
"Coachella & Pure Filth Present: BASSFACE, Camping Sessions": Mary Anne Hobbs, Daedelus, The Gaslamp Killer, Nobody, Sam XL, Ras G & Samiyam, Nocando. Visuals by Dr. Strangeloop
On September 10, 2014, Alchemist spontaneously wrote on Twitter that producer Samiyam and himself has something to release with Dr. Romanelli (that Al previously did something for earlier, the Diagnosis mix with Coca-Cola). Later he published a new 8 minute mix of beats by himself and beats by Samiyam for the shoe brand British Knights. The mix has an Action Bronson verse (on an Alchemist beat) in it too.
Producers who contributed on this album includes these fellow Pro Era members, Kirk Knight and Chuck Strangers, as well as Statik Selektah, DJ Premier, Hit-Boy, J Dilla, The Roots, Samiyam, Basquiat, Freddie Joachim, and Lee Bannon.
Breakthrough is the first studio album by American alternative-hip hop producer The Gaslamp Killer. It was released on Brainfeeder on September 17, 2012. The album features guest appearances from Gonjasufi, Daedelus, and Samiyam, among others.
"The Dome. Pure Filth Presents: Soundclash in the Desert": Flying Lotus, Kode9, Daedelus, Bomb Squad, The Professionals & 6 Blocc, Daddy Kev, Nobody & Nocando, The Gaslamp Killer & DLX, Ras G & Samiyam
On November 6, 2016, "The Carrollton Heist: Remixed" was released. It contains each track remixed from record producers Knxwledge, Earl Sweatshirt, Samiyam, Jake One, Budgie, Evidence, Oh No, Sebb Bash, and Alchemist.
On November 12, 2012, Earl announced on his Twitter account that his first and second studio albums titled "Doris" and "Gnossos". "Doris" was reported to feature vocals or production from Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, Om'Mas Keith, Thundercat, Domo Genesis, The Neptunes, Christian Rich, Vince Staples, BadBadNotGood, Pharrell Williams, Samiyam, The Alchemist, Casey Veggies and The Internet.
Brainfeeder is an independent record label based in Los Angeles, California, founded by Flying Lotus in 2008, focusing on electronic music and instrumental hip hop. It has signed artists such as Ras G, Samiyam, The Gaslamp Killer, Thundercat, The Underachievers, Lapalux, Daedelus, and Mr. Oizo.
Jeremiah Jae is an American rapper and producer from the neighborhood of Jackson Park Highlands in Chicago, Illinois. First signed to the LA label Brainfeeder, in 2007, when the Ann Arbor based producer Samiyam passed on Jae's "Lunch Special Part I" to Flying Lotus. After a post, and then private message on his MySpace profile, Jae was flown out to LA to work with Flying Lotus.
These include Jel, Odd Nosdam, Alias, J Dilla, Madlib, MF Doom, Jneiro Jarel, Milo, Flying Lotus, James Blake, Samiyam, Ras G, Teebs, Grimes, Pictureplane, Four Tet, Beck Hansen, Bradford Cox of Deerhunter and Atlas Sound, Radiohead, Animal Collective, Spindrift, Toro y Moi, Broadcast, John Maus, Ellie Goulding, El Guincho, Illmind, Dibia$e, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin), Matt Mondanile of Ducktails, Devo, and many others.
"Doris" features guest appearances from Vince Staples, Tyler, The Creator, Domo Genesis, Frank Ocean, SK La' Flare, Casey Veggies, Mac Miller and RZA. Production was primarily handled by Sweatshirt under the pseudonym randomblackdude, alongside Christian Rich, Tyler, The Creator, The Neptunes, BadBadNotGood, The Alchemist, Matt Martians, Samiyam, Frank Ocean and RZA. The album was supported by three singles; "Chum", "Whoa" featuring Tyler, The Creator, and "Hive" featuring Vince Staples and Casey Veggies.
His first release on Warp, "Reset EP", gave his new audience a taste of the steady grooves and darker breaks that had earned him the move. As Ellison's profile rose, he decided to commandeer the limelight by launching his own label, Brainfeeder, to house his friends (Samiyam, Ras G, etc.) and unite a large section of the LA beat scene under one tidy tag. Months later, he dropped the first huge statement of a very loud career; the aptly titled "Los Angeles", his second studio album and first for Warp.
2008 saw Ellison enter a stage of hyper-productivity, as he followed up the Los Angeles record with collaborative tracks with Samiyam and Gonjasufi, a limited white label run of remixes ("Camel", "Lightworks", R2-D2 sound effects, "Shadows of Tommorow" and "Promiscuous") called Shhh!, and a series of LA inspired EPs. Each of the La EPs features remixes and unreleased tracks from his Los Angeles Album. The third in that series (titled L.A. EP 3 X 3), marked a new atmospheric style in his sound.
W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) is the third studio album of American hip hop artist Pharoahe Monch released on March 22, 2011 under Duck Down Records. Producers include Lion's Share Music Group, Exile, Marco Polo, M-Phazes, Mike Loe, Fatin "10" Horton, Diamond D, Samiyam, and Fyre Dept.'s Adam Deitch and Eric Krasno, while vocal features are contributed by Idris Elba, Immortal Technique, Vernon Reid of Living Colour, Showtyme, Styles P of The LOX, Phonte (formerly of Little Brother), Mela Machinko, Mr. Porter, Jean Grae, Royce da 5'9", Citizen Cope and Jill Scott. Scratches are provided by DJ Boogie Blind of The X-Ecutioners.
"Doris" was released on August 20, 2013, under Tan Cressida and Columbia Records. "Doris" featured guest appearances from Odd Future members Domo Genesis, Frank Ocean, Tyler, the Creator, along with Vince Staples, RZA, Casey Veggies and Mac Miller. Production was primarily handled by Sweatshirt under the pseudonym randomblackdude and production duo Christian Rich. Additional production was provided by Matt Martians, The Neptunes, RZA, Samiyam, BadBadNotGood, Frank Ocean, and Tyler, The Creator. In September 2013, "Complex" named Sweatshirt the tenth best producer in hip hop. Upon its release, "Doris" was met with universal critical acclaim from music critics, including perfect scores by "The Guardian" and "Los Angeles Times", which praised Sweatshirt's rhyme schemes and lyrics along with the gritty underground production. The album also fared well commercially debuting at number five on the US "Billboard" 200 and number one on US Top Rap Albums chart.
Pharoahe Monch released his third solo album "W.A.R. (We Are Renegades)" in March 2011. It featured guest appearances from Jill Scott, Styles P, Citizen Cope, Jean Grae, Royce da 5'9", Immortal Technique, Vernon Reid, Phonte, Mr. Porter, Mela Machinko, Showtyme & DJ Boogie Blind. Pharoahe revealed that the album is a "throwback to 1993, '94 hip-hop" and featured production by Exile, Marco Polo, M-Phazes, Fatin, Diamond D, Mike Loe, Samiyam, Adam Deitch, Eric Krasno and Pharoahe Monch himself. Four singles have been released from the album: "Shine", "Clap (One Day)", "Black Hand Side", and "Assassins". A ten-year anniversary re-issue of "Internal Affairs" will also be released featuring a documentary about the making of the album.
Flying Lotus started working on "Until the Quiet Comes" at his home in Mount Washington, Los Angeles, which featured more acoustic space than his previous residence in Echo Park. He recorded the album for two years, using a spacious room there as a recording studio. He revisited scrapped ideas from the sessions for Thundercat's debut album and revised their direction for "Until the Quiet Comes". The song "Hunger" developed from a demo he had recorded for the soundtrack to one of the "Twilight" films, and "Sultan's Request" was performed live by Flying Lotus for three years before the album. For "Electric Candyman", he used a beat he had prepared for sessions that ultimately fell through with Burial, and he used a five-year-old recording with Samiyam for the second half of "The Nightcaller".