Sunday, December 8 marks the 25th anniversary of Peanuts & Corn Records. It also marks the 45th birthday of our very own DJ Hunnicutt (Did you know Peanuts and Corn’s very first release, the space EP, was released on DJ Hunnicut’s 20th birthday? A little bit of trivia for you…).
To commemorate this Anniversary/birthday, farm fresh is releasing a limited edition 7 inch with the only two songs that I DJ Hunnicutt ever rapped on, “My ex girl,” which appeared on Farm Fresh’s 2005 album, time is running out, and the previously unreleased “Betamax.” Written in 1996 as a response to the Different Shades of Black song “VHS,” the song has been a fan favourite whenever DJ Hunnicutt was coaxed out from behind the turntables to perform it live at Farm Fresh shows or Peanuts and Corn revues. But it has never been released… Until now.
Pre-orders for the limited edition 7 inch begin Sunday, December 8 and includes an immediate digital download of both songs.
Shipping of the 7 inch will take place at the end of January.
released February 1, 2020
Vocals by DJ Hunnicutt.
Produced by Farm Fresh.
Written by T. Sneesby, R. Bailey (SOCAN)
supported by 11 fans who also own “Betamax / My Ex-Girl Single”
When I say this record reached out from my tiny iPhone and grabbed my medulla oblangata, squeezed it until hyper-lysergic goo spritzed across the room, I am engaging in hyperbole. When I say this album is the best beat tape I’ve heard in years, I am spitting facts. Love love love!! Jay Hodgson
supported by 9 fans who also own “Betamax / My Ex-Girl Single”
Jesus what an absolutely stunning collection of hip-hop. If I have to be a dick, this album is more of a mix tape in style, the aesthetics of each song is just so different, there's a certain level of narrative disconnect. That said, the actual songs themselves are fucking ill. Packed with dope features, each one matched with Scott's production makes for a genuinely rewarding listen. Rest easy man, you'll be missed. always_kos