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Remix to a Remix + Malcolm Kelly Freestyle Rap

My friend and old roommate Daniel accidentally figured out that Malcolm Kelly's (Oklahoma football player) freestyle rap went perfectly with my beat "Remix to a Remix". Didn't even have to change the tempo! So he helped me cue everything up in the video and it's actually fun. I even threw in some fake applause at the end. ROFL.

Remix to a Remix - Featuring Malcolm Kelly (3.4 MB)

Click here to watch the video on the tubes. Or click here if you're interested in checking out my other tunes.

Halloween Theme Remix 2007

For you loyal RSS-subscribed blog readers, I thought I would thank you by temporarily releasing this track that kept me up all night this past Monday. It's fun to get in a groove like that where time slips by. It's a lot like reading a good book.

Anywho, I LOVE John Carpenter's original Halloween theme. In my opinion, nothing will compare to his original composition, but it was lot of fun putting a "dirty south" feel to it. Hopefully he won't mind that I posted this - it's really a compliment to him.

Downoad: Jenkees Halloween Theme Remix (5.4 MB MP3)
(to download: right click, save as)

Digg This (thanks Eric!)

Thanks a million for all of the album purchases, folks! I'm slowly but surely working on album #2.

PS. I'm featured in the November issue of Paste Magazine that hits newsstands this week (Ryan Adams is on the cover). A few close friends tell me that Paste is a very highly regarded music magazine so I'm thrilled about this!! Big huge thanks to freelance writer Paul Williams. Here's a video on their site if you're interested.

Buy Ronald Jenkees MP3s!

Jenkees CDFor those interested in downloading my beats as MP3 files (192K - DRM free), feel free to head over to the Ronald Jenkees Digital Download Store!! For those of you who would rather have a physical CD, it's on it's way too. Maybe a few of you will like to get that too. It's coming in digipack form, so it's more snazzy than your average jewel case.

»» I'm ready, just take me to the store please! LOL

How the instant download store works:

  1. Choose what you want to buy (the whole album or just a few MP3's)
  2. Pay using PayPal (it's a secure purchase and you don't have to have a PayPal account)
  3. You'll get an E-Mail with a personal link to your downloads
  4. Download your music!

- The "Whole CD" option comes in a ZIP file. To unzip a the album, right-click the file, and then click Extract on the shortcut menu. Click here for more help with zip files.
- The "Best Value" button is kindof a joke, but kinda not. LOL.
- I have obtained a mechanical license to sell my Rocky Remix song

Thanks everyone for helping me get this done - all of the encouragement has been awesome. If you have any problems with the store, don't hesitate to get in touch:

Sports Guy Podcast Music

ESPN PodcastWow, I just got done listening to the latest Bill Simmons "B.S. Report" podcast with my music and sound clips on it. That was by far the coolest thing to happen since I started posting my YouTube videos! I think I'll have to listen to that podcast at least 20 times before it sinks in. Many many trillions of thanks to you, Mr. Simmons. I can't say that enough. Also, thanks to Eugene in San Antonio for suggesting I make the beat for the podcast and Jimi from China for telling Bill Simmons about my videos back in the day. And Mr. Simmons, that was a fantastic interview with that David Stern fellow.

In that podcast, Mr. Simmons also mentioned that I need to write music for a T.V. show or something. Right on, man. That would be a dream. To get paid for something you love doing?! Honestly that would just be a nice bonus, because I love it regardless.

You can buy this full track here or on iTunes. It's called "Derty" - it's the first song on my first CD.

Edit: Here's a link to the actual podcast: the B.S. report

Motif Motivation

I heard some famous hip-hop producer say one time that it doesn't matter what equipment you play on - what matters is what's going in your head musically (wish I could remember his name). He was right. Be happy with what you have and stop drooling over what you don't have! While it may look like a lot to some, my "studio" is actually quite a modest and humbling little setup but it does what I need it to for now. With that being said, I still get super-excited about new equipment. I mean, dang.

I played this keyboard today in a local music shop - the Yamaha Motif XS8. I was blown away. It reminded me of when I was a kid going into the store drooling over the inexpensive line of Yamaha boards (nothing against them! I played on one up until a few years ago!). And when I got one, I eventually wore the keys out on it and had to buy new pads to put under the keys. Fun stuff, folks. And you know how they tell you to visualize what you want? Well, I think this keyboard has been burned into my brain:

Thanks for reading and encouraging, folks. Every comment/subscriber I get motivates me more!

Psst! LOL. Here's a snippit of a beat I'm working on for my CD. It's the same background as used in this video about it possibly being used for the Bill Simmons podcast on ESPN. Hope you like it!

Dirty Bass

The Rocky Song Remixed – FULL MP3!

To say thanks for all of the encouragement I get from my online-friends, I want to upload this download (LOL) for those of you who listen to your ipods while exercising and what not. I had a ton of fun making it. If you like this, you should consider supporting the real artist behind this tune, Bill Conti.

As of now, there are 93,000 200,000 views on my rocky video and that just blows my mind. Thanks, subscribers. And thanks again Bill Simmons for getting my name out there.

There is no sampling in this song. Most of it was recorded "live" so to speak - just me playing the keys and having fun. I hope you get pumped up on this beat!

Buy The Rocky Song Remixed at my Digital Download Store for $1.00

Cathode Ray

Hello web-friends, here's a new beat I'm still working on (see the YouTube if you want to). Nothing crazy here, but this one has been fun to play with mainly because of a sound on my Triton called Nu School Bleeps (or something like that). This beat is called Cathode Ray. Don't ask me why! LOL

Cathode Ray.MP3

MP3 Beat

Here's a beat that I'm working on. Not sure if I'll continue to post this type of stuff if there's not much interest, but in case there is, here ya go!! LOL. It's super-duper UNFINISHED, but here is the raw progress on what I hope to get finished:


I have decided to go with the Creative Commons license that states that you can download this but you can't change it or use it for things that make you money. Gotta protect your digital assets, but I wanted to be cool about it at the same time.


(Instant Download from my website)


If you buy 2 or more physical CD's, I will unwrap the plastic and sign them


If you've downloaded my music elsewhere and want to pay for it



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