Hear ‘Purple Moonlight’, Inspired By The Film ‘Moonlight’ Brandon Caldwell February 24, 2017 Mixtapes, Music 3 Comments OG Ron C, DJ Candlestick & Slim K get the blessing of ‘Moonlight’ director Barry Jenkins for a special chop not slop mix. Purple Moonlight is the perfect union of the sounds and aura of Moonlight and its drawn influence from Texas hip-hop. Director Barry Jenkins has long been a fan of chopped and screwed (or chopped not slopped) music and implemented it in his film in a way that was not only authentic but entirely Southern and honest. Candlestick, Slim K & company splice clips from the film into their 21-track mix. There’s mixtures of Juan, Black & more, speaking the life of the film right into the mix. From Kendrick Lamar’s “Wesley Theory” to Yasiin Bey’s “Ms. Fat Booty” to two of the more transitive records from the film in Goodie Mob’s “Cell Therapy” to Jidenna’s “Classic Man”, Purple Moonlight places us right back in Black’s Donk chevy, rims gleaming, candy paint shining all while holding in his own personal chaos. Jidenna himself speaks about how he fell in love again with “Classic Man” again over its inclusion in the film. “I need to hit up the producers because I don’t wanna … I wanna screw my voice live and perform it,” Jidenna says before OG Ron C warps back in championing the film himself. Listen to Purple Moonlight from The Chopstars and company now. Moonlight is nominated for a multitude of Academy Awards on Sunday including Best Supporting Actor & Actress and most importantly, Best Picture. Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr 3 Responses articles on healthy living February 27, 2017 Good blog you have got here.. It’s hard to find high quality writing like yours these days. I truly appreciate individuals like you! Take care!! http://healthhints.eu Reply Watch OG Ron C & DJ Michael Watts' Boiler Room Sets » Day & A Dream May 2, 2017 […] a global phenomenon that has cosigns from the world’s biggest rapper (Drake) and Hollywood (Barry Jenkins being a Screw disciple). Houston culture is eternal, currently enjoying a two-decade splash over the globe. Last […] Reply OG Ron C & The Chopstars' Chop Not Slopped Jay-Z's '4:44' » Day & A Dream July 5, 2017 […] as opposed to “Kill Jay Z.” “Moonlight,” a record that has a little bit of sentimental value to the Houston clique sits ahead of “Smile” yet maintains its original position behind […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.