So here we are at the end of 2011 another amazing year, and the close of Deepblak’s first decade. It is impossible to put into words what has transpired over the last 10 years. So many changes accompanied with so much growth. What started out has a creative refuge developed into a path of rhythmic/self exploration. Opening doors to higher truths that within themselves became inspiration to continue the path. A path that has led us to this present moment with you. In this moment I hope that what we have said musically up until this point serves as inspiration. Inspiration to do if nothing else give you the courage to listen to your inner voice.
Our CD compilation “Ten” is a collection of sentimental favorites from the last decade. These songs are not necessarily our most popular, but were selected because they represent certain pivotal emotional points in the story of the label. For many who are new to Deepblak “Ten” serves as a “Hello” giving them a brief snapshot of the last decade of our sound.
We have learned so much yet still have so much to learn. We thank you for this moment, and we hope that you will tag along for the next stage of our evolution…
Love Respect and Power Always!
 Aybee – “Ascending”
 Prof Delacroix – “Build Her”
 Aybee & Afrikan Sciences – “Someone”
 Aybee – “Solaris”
 Afrikan Sciences – “A Decision”
 Dozie – “Sensuality (Aybee Midnite Creep)”
 Blaktroniks – “Petro Sexual”
 Orion 70 – “Blak Planet”
 Aybee – “Love Like No Other”
 Aybee & Trinidadian Deep – “Contact”
 Aybee & Afrikan Sciences – “Threshold”
 Xaphryn Follicle – “Valentina”
One comment on “[DBR-CD002] Deepblak – TEN”
Hey Aybee, long time no see… but still there despite everything, and glad to understand that “deepness” has still a meaning on a few places of this planet…
and proud to know that we still share the same definition of good music! the Toulouse crew (Deepsounds and I) keeps on supporting you and the label, so please, keep on cheering us up with the inspirational vibe. this compilation brings me back to some of my best musical souvenirs, really. Merci!