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Madden Miles and The Mad Bloggers are teaming up again.
Madden Miles and The Mad Bloggers are teaming up again.

Milwaukee UP: Madden Miles wants you to know that Large Marge sent him

Producer Madden Miles (formerly Mark V.) really likes to keep himself busy with the beats.

Last year he released a slew of beat tapes, including a monthly series named simply after the month he was putting it out, and several specialty beat projects.

Toward the end of last year he started collaborating heavily with East Coast-based music blog TheMadBloggers.com – yes, they do keep popping up in regards to Milwaukee hip-hop because they genuinely dig what we have going on here – and their partnership isn't slowing down.

TMB announced they're teaming with Miles for another beat tape project in which Q, one of the head honchos of the site, tosses an idea at Miles and challenges him to flip it and make it unique.

The first song they've released from the project is "Large Marge," named after the infamous – and terrifying to young kids who never saw it coming – character in one of Pee Wee Herman's films.

Yeah, Pee Wee had a film career, let us all remember that.

Give it a listen and make sure you take this one all the way to the end because Miles reveals where the sample comes from and it'll have you going back to see how he chopped it and if you can really recognize it.

 

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boozehound | March 1, 2012 at 5:33 p.m. (report)

beat is sick. better than fat joe's version

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