Many of us grew up with Tone Loc providing the soundtrack of our adolescence. With much loved hits like "Wild Thing" under his belt, Tone Loc solidified his place in party-music history. Now why would renowned Baltimore DJ Aaron LaCrate want to change something that seems so right? Because my friends, change (especially when Aaron LaCrate is involved) is a good thing.
Go back to the future with Delicious Vinyl Rmxxology, an all-new, 15-track album featuring classic tracks by Young MC, The Pharcyde, Masta Ace, The Brand New Heavies and Fatlip re-imagined by artists including Peaches, Hot Chip and Eminem. The first two singles from the album are already popular: pioneering electro goddess Peaches' sizzling update of Tone Loc's immortal "Wild Thing" and Aaron LaCrate and Debonair Samir's gutter-bumping Baltimore blast of Young MC's "Know How".
Aaron LaCrate, of Milkcrate Athletics fame was born and bred on the mean streets of East Baltimore. Aaron LaCrate grew up DJing parties in Baltimore clubs, lofts, and back yards at the young age of 10 years old Aaron has been running wild writing on walls and t-shirts, producing records, and documenting the Baltimore streets with his photographs.