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The Mengi Bus Mixtape

Jehst Audio CD
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Product details

  • Audio CD (30 Sep 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: YNR Productions
  • ASIN: B000TSJW4S
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 252,684 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro (Jehst)
2. Suki Suki (Jehst)
3. Neck Breakin (Jehst)
4. Souls Of The Unborn (Kashmere Feat. Jehst)
5. Souls Of The Unborn Re-Spit (Kashmere Feat Jehst)
6. Whose That? (Jehst & Micall Parknsun)
7. Work Ethic (Jehst)
8. Work Ethic (Ground Wurq Remix) (Jehst)
9. Pebbledash (Jyager Feat. Jehst)
10. Braindead (Stig Of The Dump Feat. R.A. The Rugged Man)
11. Play The Beat (Jack Flash, Jehst, Asaviour, Apa-Tight & J Simple)
12. Living Legend (Jehst Remix) (Jack Flash )
13. Dunya (Micall Parknsun)
14. Hungry (Micall Parknsun Feat, Dubbledge)
15. Get Your Shit Together (Jehst Feat. Asaviour)
16. Nuke Proof Suit (Jehst)
17. Nuke Proof Suit (IQ Remix) (Jehst)
18. A Question Of Sport (Jehst Feat. Conspicuous)
19. The Mengi Bus Anthem (Jehst)
20. Magnum Force (Mr Thing Remix) (Jehst)
See all 29 tracks on this disc

Product Description

CD Description

Jehst is back with 'The Mengi Bus Mixtape' mixed by DJ IQ and hosted by Sir Smurf Lil'. Bursting at the seams with exclusives, rarities and remixes this cut-n-paste extravaganza is not to be slept on! Featuring The Drifter at his blunted best alongside the cream of the UK's MC's and producers, this has got to be the illest mixtape on road right now. Jump on board or get run the f*** over! Brrrrap!!!

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5.0 out of 5 stars Quality ! 21 Nov 2007
Format:Audio CD
Not going to write i long review i hope, saw that no-one has done already for this gem of a mix-tape so felt obliged to myself...

Where can i start? Im a huge Jehst fan, im an absolute UK Hiphop nut in general but i probably rate Jehst as my personal favorite - and this is purely coz he puts my crazy thoughts that i cant often understand myself, into words.. Always a breath of fresh air and a raised smile!

OK, so thats the big up for Jehst done.. I will also say i have been slightly disapointed with his last few offerings. As much as i love the guy lyrically, i feel thats where he should stay and avoid the production. Yeah he's good there to but for me personally its just a little overly raw and a bit to industrial.

This mix-tape (cd) when i saw it i was excited like a kid in a candy store and snapped it up without hesitation - and i was 100% happy and impressed with the whole thing.

From start to finish the beats are heavy, the rhymes are on point from everyone featuring - to me mix tapes are a good indication of where the scene is at at the moment and if this is anything to go by then UK hiphop is right at the very top and has a really exciting future coming up.. I cant wait for upcoming albums. (still waiting for a new Lewis Parker album tho :S)

Im not going to go through the track listing coz 80% are classics we all know, 10% will be new to most, 10% are brand new.. but 100% of them are top notch and well worthy of a listen - i never had to skip a single track!

Best way to enjoy this is on ur mobile, iPod etc... is a street album for out and about - spent a fair few days lately out in the rain doing my business and this album saved my life haha.

If u havnt already then get this now!

Beats: 10/10
Rhymes: 10/10
Overall: 10/10

Quality offering from some of the UK's best! Is essential for all UK hiphop fans without a doubt!

(shat, this is a long review right?)
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5.0 out of 5 stars get on the bus!!! 16 Aug 2008
Format:Audio CD
very impressive mixtape. given the work Jehst has put into the UK Hip-Hop scene you'll expect this to be an affair by numbers. but no. the boy is very hungry!!! raw lyrics. remix tracks laid next to the originals. dope beats. I was impressed on first listen and have kept ish on rewind for the last three weeks. If you've never heard of the Jehst and the likes of DJ IQ, Kashmere and other artists featured on the mixtape then this is good place to start.

my top track? Souls Of The Unborn Re-Spit (Kashmere Feat Jehst)

"let us pray for the souls of the unborn/roadkill/caught in the headlight of the juggernaught"

Can't wait for his next album.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Poor - Expected better from the drifter 18 Dec 2008
Format:Audio CD
got this cd, expected some heavy beats and clever rhymes, but I found myself skipping through the tracks coz they were too repetitive... some classic tunes have been desecrated... there is some mug hosting the mengi bus, who covers most tracks saying the same nonsensical shiit, he becomes incredibly annoying after a couple of tracks..expected better from Jehst on the production front too, nevertheless hes still may favourite rapper and should allow the mix tapes... respect.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Overrated BUT okay if it was 2005.. 10 Dec 2009
Format:Audio CD
If this followed his LP immediately OR within a year (of Nuke Proof Suit landing, 2005) (which was different! Liked that..) then I could have kept up my love for him, but it seems like he went really quiet from 2005 until now, ONLY making beats and producing for his inner-circle rapppers like Tommy Evans & Asaviour.

And still till almost 2010 no new album. THIS lets not foprget came from nowhere in 2007m and consists mainly of remixes by OTHER people.

ALL that i hope (and i believe in billy brimstone) is that JEHST releases some next album in 2010 to help carry the scene into the new decade..

I still ain't bought THIS either, just reviewing it. I did hear this in 2007 but slept on it....
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3.0 out of 5 stars Decent Mixtape but... 10 April 2008
Format:Audio CD
A good offering of some reworked songs and a few fresh ones. However what is Jehst doing. At the end of a number of the tracks a woman's voice comes on and promotes the release of Jehst's new album this summer 'Dragon of an Ordinary Family'. I have no idea what that's about, for one, why bother? The only people i can imagine shelling out for a mixtape such as this are probably pretty big fans, thus they would already know about the album coming up. Just feels like jehst's selling out a bit, self-promotion i don't mind, but don't let it encroach on the music.
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