Parisian abstract maestro DJ Cam is well-known for his radical reinventions. A life-long musician, his groundbreaking work established him as a pioneer in the worlds of underground hip-hop, trip-hop, and the dance scenes stretching from New York to Paris to Tokyo and beyond. Drawing inspiration from the hypnotic trance of voodoo culture, Public Enemy, dub, and easy-listening jazz, Cam's style has assumed a new identity with each and every project since. It started with his 1994 debut, Underground Vibes, and he continues to redefine many of the sounds he had a hand in creating throughout his career. After the success of his last beats album Vintage Beats (VINTAGE 001LP), DJ Cam is back with a new instrumental hip-hop project called Westside (2004-2007). Twelve tracks composed, produced, and mixed by DJ Cam and made with an Akai MPC 3000, some vintage keyboards, and a drum machine, between 2004 and 2007. Mixed at his studio in Venice Beach/Los Angeles. Influenced by Dr. Dre, Dam-Funk, and J Dilla. The perfect soundtrack for the street.