Chef’s Plate – Whoomp There It Is (Remix) [Audio]
Toronto, ON – Originally posted June 23, 2014 – Two of our favourite T-Dot producers – Junia-T and LordQuest – have teamed up to form the Chef’s Plate duo. And they just hit us with their second release; this soulful viber of a remix of Tag Team’s “Whoomp There It Is.”
Check the audio below, and make sure you peep the duo’s first release, “OG Bobby Johnson (Remix),” over here. Also, shout-out to Wolf J for keeping that cover art all kinds of fresh.
As individual producers, JT and LQ are both all about going outside of the box and working the music to their respective likings. They’re not about hopping on the hip-hop bandwagon. They’ve been knee-deep in the scene, lately. And they’ve been setting the standard for all the other cats. You may recall LordQuest actually did some work on ScHoolboy Q’s recent monstrous Oxymoron album. And love it or hate it; that project helped set the general direction for 2014 hip-hop.
So when LordQuest and Junia-T get together, they get downright experimental – a sound that supposedly ventures in the realm of “future bass.” Honestly? I’d be perfectly content just saying that their sound IS the future. And what’s more – this is but one of many releases slated to drop this summer from Chef’s Plate. I’m already getting giddy over here, just thinking about it.
About Chef’s Plate
Toronto-based producers LordQuest and Junia-T have teamed up on the decks to form Chef’s Plate, an experimental project that has the hip-hop artists venturing into the realm of future bass.
Jonathon “Junia-T” Lindo is an artist, producer and emcee from Mississauga, Ontario. In 2011 The Toronto Star rated him as one of their top 5 hip-hop artists of Toronto; and within that same year he won the freestyle battle on MuchMusic’s Rap City for 5 consecutive weeks. Currently Junia-T is in the studio working on his upcoming instrumental album, Pour, No Mix.
LordQuest is a Toronto-based artist and producer. In 2013, he released his first solo project as an emcee titled Still Shopping. The following year he gained recognition through his production placements on Talib Kweli’s Gravitas and ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron. Currently he’s in the studio working on his EP, which will be out late summer.