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Name  Beat Assailant

Role  Musical Artist
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Albums  Imperial Pressure, City Never Sleeps, Hard Twelve, Rhyme Space Continuum, B, Rain Or Shine (EP)
Similar People  Ben l'Oncle Soul, Oxmo Puccino, Tash, Krazy Baldhead, Eric Legnini

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Beat Assailant (born Adam Turner, Atlanta, 1977) is an American musical artist known for fusing hip-hop with jazz, funk, and other musical genres, which Celeste Rhoads of Allmusic writes "push the boundaries of hip-hop". Rain or Shine, a song off his 2012 album B, is featured in a commercial for the 2013 Nissan Juke.

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Biography

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Originally from Atlanta, Turner moved to Paris, where he recorded Hard Twelve, produced by Dany Wild ("Max"). Afterward he began experimenting with a big band format. He spent much of 2007 and 2008 on the road with a nine-piece band, with which he recorded Imperial Pressure. Discordance said the album was of great class, and mixed hip-hop, jazz, rock, and electronic music in an intelligent manner. His third album, Rhyme Space Continuum, was praised for its "vocal acrobatics".

Albums

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  • 2004: Hard Twelve (Twin Fizz Records / Wagram)
  • 2008: Imperial Pressure (Dirty Dozen Records/Notre P'tite Entreprise/Discograph)
  • 2009: Rhyme Space Continuum (Discograph)
  • 2012: B (Discograph)
  • 2014: City Never Sleeps
  • Singles

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  • 2004: "Hard Twelve - The Ante"
  • 2004: "I Like Cash"
  • 2008: "Better Than Us"
  • 2009: "Spy Feat Ben l'Oncle Soul"
  • 2012: "Rain or Shine"
  • 2014: "Run"
  • 2014: "Story O' my LF feat Shaka Ponk"
  • References

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