Skream – The Freeizm Album

30 Dec

Skream aka Oliver Dene Jones is a dubstep producer, one of dubstep’s first and most prominent producers, he has played an important role in the genre’s development. The 2005 Skream track “Midnight Request Line” has been described as “dubstep’s most recognizable crossover hit.” With the help of conventional media such as The Guardian or Pitchfork, Skream’s music began to transform into a more melodic sound. In 2009, he rose to further prominence when his remix of “In for the Kill” by La Roux became firstly an underground hit in the early part of the year before bursting onto the mainstream market.

Skream, UK’s very own just revealed the ‘Freeizm’ album via facebook along with a hand selected fan made album artwork. Some of my favs are ‘No Ready’  and ‘Lightin VIP’. It’s killer, and right in time for the holidays. Skream also left us with a little holiday message:

Merry Christmas…..

Massive shouts to everyone who’s supported me this year in any way…

This album is complied of old stuff,Lost dubs and some new stuff so i hope you enjoy!

Heres to 2011!

Massive shouts to Mario Cvetic for the Artwork!

Tracklist:

  • Intro
  • No Ready
  • Cold Outside
  • 10 Bit Dreamz
  • Minor
  • Back From The Zoo
  • Krazy Snares
  • Lightnin VIP
  • Left The Room
  • Commercial SellOut
  • CTO
  • Skwelcha
  • Emotional Shizzle

Download the zip below! Happy Holidays. Watch your Dubstep.

Skream – The Freeizm Album

PS – if your loving the sounds of this, you might enjoy ‘Outside the Box’ – Skream’s second full-length album.

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