Marc Hype – Some Hip Hop Tunes

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Marc Hype began his DJ career, inspired by the late great Jam Master Jay, in 1988 and went through the several decades of hip hop with countless releases, tours and competitions like the ITF championships, which he won twice in 98 & 99.
During this time he collaborated and recorded with artists like the Juice Crew legend Masta Ace, Souls Of Mischief, Edo G., Zion I, DJ Z-Trip, Patrick Pulsinger, Killa Kela, Akrobatik & Mr. Lif. Over the years his record collection and his musical mind expanded and led him to all kinds of funky music. His selection on the decks as on production is freestyle, always with a unique groove, no matter the genre.
In the year 2004 he met world class pianist Jim Dunloop in Berlin and quickly they began to collaborate on shows and production. His proven skills on the decks combined with the undisputed talent of Dunloop’s key wizadry followed their first vinyl releases in 2005 on the infamous Milk Crate label, „The Antique Anthem“, „Bombay Raw“ & „Finale 74“, which were very successful in the worldwide dj-circuit, followed by a cover version of Babe Ruth’s
„The Mexican“ in 2006, which was dubbed by UK’s Jazzman Gerald as „the“ version to have.
In 2009 the album „Stamp out reality“ was released on MPM Rec. which featured artists like the legendary Blowfly, Mr Complex, Flomega and Lady Daisey. On the remix tip they build a strong reputation with works for artists like All Good Funk Alliance, Deela, Kid Gusto or Danny Massure to name a few.
Besides he built a strong reputation in the worldwide, upcoming Nufunk scene and hosted the highly acclaimed Rap History Berlin series and several SoulClap! events in Germany & Asia.
His past tour schedule proved his ability to rock internationally with stops allover europe as in NYC, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, Tunisia,United Arabian Emirates, Russia, Israel, India & Australia.

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