Friday, Jun 23 2006 | 12:47

Science is defined as knowledge and (DJ) Exile is its professor. A decade of experience with underground heroes Emanon, plus various production credits ranging from Mobb Deep to Jurassic 5, has paved the road for Exile’s hip hop dissertation, aptly titled “Dirty Science”.

Exile first discovered his beat making abilities in sixth grade, scratching a Star Wars 45, later honing his skills on his home stereo system. Inspired by his favorite producers such as DJ Pooh, Africa Islam, and DJ Alladin, he began to experiment making loops with two-tape decks and moved on to a Scratchmaster mixer, complete with push-button sampler. Exile’s skills evolved with the use of a four-track and produced his first mixtape “Dream Sequence”. At the age of 18, Exile produced a track for a then 16-year-old rapper, Aloe Blacc. Within a few months, Aloe and Exile officially joined forces and formed Emanon, and have been rocking shows from LA to London ever since.

Exile’s upcoming debut album “Dirty Science” on Sound In Colorfeatures dynamic collaborations with Ghostface, Slum Village, Kardinal Offishall, M.E.D., Aloe Blacc, Blu, Ta’Raach (a/k/a Lacks), Oh No, Jontel and many more.

01. Aloe Blacc – Dance For Life (Stones Throw)
02. Blu – Party of Two (Sound in Color)
03. Blame – That’s What I Say (Dirty Science)
04. Mobb Deep feat. 50 Cent – Pearly Gates (G-Unit)
05. DJ Day – Four Hills (Milk Crate Records)
06. Marvin Gaye – Save The Children (Motown)
07. Sa-Ra – Hollywood (GOOD)
08. Exile feat. Oh No – Newest Greatest (Sound in Color)
09. Ta’Raach – Yeah (Tres)
10. Various – Sounds of LA (Vol. 1 and 2) (Plug Research)

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