The album cover for OBUXUM’S ‘H.E.R’.

Micro-Chopping 104 Jammin’ Ass Instrumentals Part 3: A Very Thorough Listening Experience


Writing life and non-writing life have both been quite busy, so I’ve been sitting on the latest Micro-Chopping 104 Jammin’ Ass Instrumentals playlist for a little while. It was 90% percent done for a minute, I just needed to find the right songs to round it out. I think I finally found them.

The ‘104 Jammin’ Ass Instruments Part 3' playlist, obsessively compiled and sequenced by me.

If you're a Micro-Chop reader, you probably know the drill. If not, here’s how this works. I pick 104 instrumentals from 104 different producers and sequence them by tempo and feel. The goal is to expose you to a bunch of amazing producers and new music.

If you love a song or multiple songs on this playlist, please think about a way you can support the artist who made the song. These producers all work incredibly hard on mastering their craft, so any shoutouts or sharing of their work is an immense help to them.

If you really like the play list, there are two previous Micro-Chopping 104 Jammin’ Ass Instrumentals playlists for you to revisit — click the links to check out Part 1 and Part 2.

Three playlists containing 104 instrumentals each makes for 312 quality instrumentals in total, or 15+ hours worth of listening joy. If the spirit moves you, make sure to share one or all of the playlists with family, friends, co-workers, and complete strangers.

Before I wrap this up, I should also point out that I’ve interviewed quite a few people on this playlist. I’m linking to their interviews here in case you want to check any of the articles out.

The interviews for artists featured on this playlist are: Ohbliv, Elaquent, OBUXUM, DJ Platurn, STLNDRMS, ewonee ., Seneca B, Count Bass D, The A3, Mecca:83, Dibia$e, Space Gang, Dutchy, Grap Luva, Jay Alpha, RJD2, eu-IV, K-Def, Damu The Fudgemunk, D.R.U.G.S BEATS, ILLingsworth, Vinroc, K, Le Maestro, and Kilamanzego.

OK, that’s it for now. Happy listening, happy reading.


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