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Djinji Brown

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Djinji Dark brown (the ‘D’ is silent) was raised in the severe neighborhoods from the Bronx, NY. As a youngsters, Djinji traveled all over the world with his dad, avant-garde saxophonist, Marion Dark brown, who is referred to as an “Ethnomusicologist”. Due to his research and contact with worldly and unique instruments as well as the music of different ethnicities, Djinji grew to like and appreciate additional musical styles. Djinji credits his like for worldly music towards the teachings of his dad, but additionally credits his like and respect for various other civilizations, generally, to his mom: students of anthropology along with a fan of salsa. Surviving in the Bronx shown Djinji towards the hip- hop lifestyle that not merely encompassed the music but additionally the arts of graffiti and break dance. Nevertheless, in the past due eighties, Djinji was also intrigued with hard rock and roll and joined NY hardcore music group, Absolution because the group’s entrance man. Down the road, the band split up and proceeded to go their separate methods. Djinji going the hip-hop path and was apprentice to Community Enemy manufacturer, Eric ‘Vietnam’ Sadler and caused such performers as Pete Rock and roll and CL Steady, A Tribe Known as Goal, Cassandra Wilson, Barrington Levy and a bunch of others. Djinji’s initial major creation gig was the debut record for famous freestyle emcee, Supernatural. Once the record was finally finished, entirely made by Djinji, it had been shelved with the record label rather than came out. Since that time, Djinji spent some time working using the Jungle Brothers, David Byrne, along with a slew of underground rappers and poets. In nov 2002, Djinji Dark brown finally released his debut record, Sirround Audio, through Seven Minds Entertainment. The record can be an eclectic mixture of hip-hop, Afro, Latin, Caribbean, Dub, Home, and Drum- n- Bass affects, a throwback to the times of early hip-hop parks jams in the 1970s.

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Full Name Djinji Brown
Music Songs Abuelita's Dance, Autumn Brown, Ancestral Black, Chango's House, Enter the Sound, Blue Hunny, #1 Challenger, Mojuba, Rusty Fingers, Brazilly, Waterfalls In Dub, Sweat Shop, Guerillas Milk, Marta's House, Uptown Rocker's Dub, Apache's Revenge, Theme From Black Belt Jones - Dennis Coffey And Luchi De Jesus, Rock Wit You -, Mr. Dynamite, Testin Me - Peven Everett, Movin - Brass Construction, Head Spins, Rhumbalectra, En La Cocina Con Abuela, Quiet Time, In The Ruff, All Rise, The Music In Me - DJ Spinna Featuring Shaun Escoffery, This Is A Test, African Battle - Manu Dingbango, Lifesavers, Transcend Me - Afronaught
Albums Sirround Sound, Afro-Bionic, Djinji's Corner, La Siete Potencias [The Seven African Powers]


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