Marco Polo Shows Us How He Created Pharoahe Monch’s “The Jungle”

blame it on JES7 December 6, 2014

Up top, the homie Marco Polo shows us how he created the soundscape and design for Pharoahe Monch’s “The Jungle” off PTSD.

Marco also released his cleverly titled drum and bass kit, Pad Thai Vol. 1 not too long ago. The kit includes high quality .wav files which includes drum and bass sounds he’s used for the following:

Big Daddy Kane – Nite And Day
First Division & Large Professor – Long And Winding Road
Grand Daddy I.U.- Ready To Kill (Making the Beats part 1 DRUMS)
Hannibal Stax & Marco Polo – Warriorz Drum
Hannibal Stax & Marco Polo – 46 Bars Of Death
Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx – Nobody
Marco Polo & Ruste Juxx – Take Money (Making the beats Part 2 drums)
Marco Polo & Torae – Party Crashers
Marco Polo & Torae – Smoke
Marco Polo – Brooklyn Nets Theme Song
Marco Polo, Bassi Maestro & Ghemon – Per La Mia Gente (For My People)
Masta Ace – Nostalgia
O.C. – Marquee
O.S.T.R. & Marco Polo – Przyjeciel Diabla
Organized Konfusion – 3-O-Clock
Pharoahe Monch f. Black Thought – Rapid Eye Movement
Pharoahe Monch – The Jungle
Rah Digga – Earrings Off
Royce Da 5’9, Elzhi & Supastition – Best To Do It (Marco Polo Remix)
Talib Kweli f. Sean Price – Palookas
Vinnie Paz f. Blaq Poet – Crime Library


You can cop the entire sound library by visiting MP’s online store.

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