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Dyme Def, “Let it Be”

Just noticed that speeding up The Beatles’s Let It Be makes it sound like a gospel standard… Seattle’s Dyme Def gets on real life topics while the Beatles-sampled beat uplifts.

posted: August 8th, 2012, 7:55am



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