First up on the 45 is a classic cut from Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am’s 2001 debut solo album ‘Lost Change‘. Featuring vocals from R&B singer, songwriter and actress Terry Dexter, ‘Lay Me Down’ is a smooth and soulful slow jam, undoubtedly one of the album’s highlights.
On the flip is ‘Pete’s Jazz’, a boom bap classic taken from Pete Rock’s 2001 album ‘Petestrumentals‘, originally recorded in the early to mid 90’s and containing all the smooth, laid-back swagger Pete’s productions are known for.
About Alim Music:
Celebrating its 22nd year of barely breaking even, respected underground label BBE announces the birth of ALIM Music, a daughter label releasing 7” vinyl in strictly limited numbers. Digging deep in the BBE archive as well as issuing exclusive edits and original material, Alim Music offers up a series of choice cuts on that most magical of formats, the vinyl 45.