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DJ The Prophet - What Iz Life? mp3 flac download
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DJ The Prophet - What Iz Life? mp3 flac download

Performer:
DJ The Prophet
Album:
What Iz Life?
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Released:
Style:
Hardcore, Gabber
MP3 archive size:
1364 mb
FLAC archive size:
1235 mb
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Rating:
4.5
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239

The Prophet started his career as a DJ in 1983 after he discovered turntables at a disco in Amsterdam. He was working in a hotel at the time, and performing as DJ on the side. He was asked to choose, and made the choice to DJ full-time. He started spinning hip hop music before a switch to house in 1988. About three years later, he set up a team of DJs known as "The Dreamteam", together with DJ Dano, Buzz Fuzz and Gizmo  . Dreamteam Productions.

The Prophet (musician). Later, The Prophet switched from hardcore to hardstyle because he did not like the fact that the hardcore public wanted the music to be harder and harder. He is famous both as a DJ and as a producer  .

Discover all The Prophet (DJ)'s music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. God of Thunder by Kiss (1976). Energy Flash by Joey Beltram (1990). What Iz Life? (1997). Live Is Life by Opus (1984). Bring the Noise by Public Enemy (1987). Cold Rockking (2008) by The Prophet (DJ) feat.

In 1984 DJ The Prophet started with producing hip hop, with his first big event named "Let The Prophet Rise" in 1988 with a crowd of 2000 people. In 1990 he started producing hardcore/gabber as one of the pioneers, being part of the Thunderdome generation and the first DJ team in the world; "The Dreamteam". He had great successes with tracks like "Dominatin" in 1993, "Big Boys Dont Cry" and "Allright Now Here We Go!!!" in 1994 and many more

r 6 - the heat befo the summa 18. Added on: Mar 29th, 2018 by Dj Prophet Runtime: 64 mins, 33 songs. 6 06-IT takes - jadayoungin dj prophet 1:56. 7 07-BIG deposit - yung bleu dj prophet 2:09. 8 08-THAT shit - j bluez dj prophet 1:55. 23 23-DRUM cover - LIL skies dj prophet 2:38. 24 24-WAY life goes - uzi & nicki dj prophet 2:03. 25 25-BAG at - city girls dj prophet 1:06. 26 26-NO limit bang MIX dj prophet 1:28.

DJ The Prophet Best of June 2019. 1. J Duro & The Prophet Shizzle The Remix (The Beholder & Max Enforcer Remix) (Decibel Outdoor 2005 - Hardstyle Mixed By DJ Zany). DJ Dano, Buzz Fuzz, DJ Gizmo & Prophet Thunderdome (1994).

Tracklist

What Iz Life ? 6:17
Catch Me In Your Dream 7:04
Hardsax 5:09

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DTPS 001 DJ The Prophet* What Iz Life? ‎(12") Dreamteam Productions DTPS 001 Netherlands 1997
DTPS 001 The Prophet What Iz Life? ‎(12", Ltd, Promo) Dreamteam Productions DTPS 001 Netherlands 1997


  • The Prophet's style is one like: Or you like, or you don't. But this record is a really good one. A: "What Iz Life" is a really hard remake with the famous Prophet sound which was a bit typical for the year 1997. B1: "Catch Me In Your Dream" is also a base-for-the-feet track with the typical sound and funny samples. B2: "Hardsax" is a little bit more a melodial track and also uses the typical sound. The tracks on this record are really rare to find on compilations in compare with mostly other tracks from The Prophet. I don't know the reason of that. In my opinion it would have been nice that the numbers ar more shown at compilations. If we count other compilations except the CD's of the Prophet itself, you can find Track A and B1 only the following releases: For A: CD "Real hardcore 4" 12" "Various - Limited 001" Strangely The 12" does not contain the full-lenght track, what we mostly expect. For B1: CD "Various - Trip II Dreamland - The Hardcore Compilation" I really like this record and I'm serious happy that I've found it for my collection.