Crown ft. Caxton Press - What The World Needs Now / Hunger 12" [Modulor Pro / Just Listen]

Caxton Press feature on Crown (Grim Reaperz) debut solo LP with the track 'What The World Needs Now'. For those who know, Grim Reaperz are based in France and are a big deal in beat production. This LP features top talent from France and USA with Caxton Press being the only UK based feature. The album features the artists you would choose to feature on your tracks if you were making them, such as Masta Ace, Saigon, El Da Sensei, PMD, Phil Da Agony, Reks, Rasco, IAM (France), Grand Agent and of course Caxton Press amongst others.

"What The World Needs Now" is the lead to be taken taken off the Crown (Grim Reaperz / France) produced 'Pieces To The Puzzle' LP which is out now on Modulor Pro / Just Listen records. Coming on a positive tip on this one, spring time vibrations. GlobalFaction video production. The track is mixed by Soundsizer and mastered by Supervillain (of Grim Reaperz). The video is directed by GlobalFaction.

The song works really well, all the artits fit together well and demonstrate their skills. Its bouncy, soulful, hard and deep, whilst remaining firvilous with a few sexy lines thrown in. How is this all possible in one track. Can't say for sure, but check this out because it works!

The album 'Pieces To The Puzzle' has apparently required five years of work to produce and record. This can be believed due to the quality and depth of the beats, resulting in a titanic album and gather artists from every corner of the world.
Available now on 2x Vinyl, CD and Digital.


Exclusive Caxton Press live show this bank holiday Sunday May 4th at Streetfest 2014. Find Caxton Press live on the main stage at 5pm straight after the End Of The Weak MC Challenge hosted by Stig Of The Dump, Kwake Bass and DJ Snuff. Plus stick around to catch live performances from Goldie and Ms Dynamite. Explosive line up of live music, art, sport, dance and fashion. Held at Formans Fish Island, Hackeny Wick, London E3 2NT.

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