Sapient is an emcee that also boasts much more than self-sufficiency when it comes to producing bangers that make your mom wish you had never been born. His latest project shifts gears and has some of the Northwest’s finest producers (also NY and CA) taking a turn remixing tracks off his solo album Make More. With contributions from Budo, Rev. Shines (of Lifesavas), Simple (of Sandpeople), Oldominion veterans Smoke, Mr. Hill & Pale Soul, plus many more, this FREE download lets you hear how Sapient sounds when other people lace the beats. Make Morphine features a different producer for each track!

Tracklist + Download link after the jump...

01 Here (DJ FlipFlop Remix)
02 Make More (Budo Remix)
03 Ay Ay Ay (Simple Remix
04 Debaser Is (Cheddy Remix)
05 I Did It (Theory Hazit Remix)
06 Diamond In The Rough f. Illmaculate (Chase Moore Remix)
07 My Grind Is Tech (Rev. Shines Remix)
08 Ready For Whatever (Elliot B. Remix)
09 The Way It Is (Smoke Remix)
10 Dopesick (DaiN Remix)
11 Invested (Mr. Hill Remix)
12 Argonauts (Lawz Spoken Remix)
13 Till The End (Pale Soul Remix)
14 Uptown Squalor (Sapient Remix)

DOWNLOAD: Sapient (Sandpeople) - Make Morphine

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  • http://www.myspace.com/jrloveshaters Jayyare

    Veryy Nice Gonna Peep It

    FIRST

  • http://imthatdude.com fulltimeboss

    been bumpin the last couple days shits dope

  • ZFree

    picked this up at the corner store last night. Northwest is doing it! N. portland specifically

  • cya

    Once the whole album started playing on that site of theirs as I started to download it, I was hooked; still listening my way through it in fact. Good stuff right here.

  • LEIKbackwards

    some of the most refreshing shit i heard it a while

  • Mark

    It's good (Sapient is my fav musician/artist that's currently making music...) but his other albums are better because he usually produces everything and his production is rather immense.

    Some of the beats on this one are DOPE, but there are a few that I literally can't listen to (like that 'Debaser Is' remix, it's just horrible... while the original is fucking KILLER)

    I'd recommend Sape's other free albums over this one personally, but it's still worth a listen.

    Definitely check Famine Friends and Back To Work (both free albums by Sapient and Debaser (Which is Ethic and Sapient)), Sapient does all the production on them and they're great albums. Highly recommended...