Style: Funky Breaks, Hip-hop, Ghetto funk, Drum and Bass, Breakbeat
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Label: Cuttin' It Fine
Cat# CIF181. Gramophone Soul - Shut 'Em Down 03:24
2. Roast Beatz - Roa$ty 04:19
3. Mr. Fitz - Funky Bukaki 02:57
4. Señor Peludo - Highly Animated 04:17
It’s about that time for us to do a whip around from the CiF troops and bring you a free four-track EP dripping in goodness. You guessed right, it’s sauce time. Freshly Dipped Volume Two is here and this time we’ve got Gramophone Soul, Mr Fitz, Roast Beatz & Señor Peludo pulling their finest bangers out of the bag.
Gram Soul a seasoned sauce veteran whips up the unthinkable and makes it better than the rest of them. He’s spliced David Bowie's Fame and Public Enemies Shut Em Down. The result is a hip-hop heater on a serious bed of funk!
Hot on his heels is head honcho Roast Beatz. He’s served up his take on last year’s smash hit Boasty but named it Roa$ty. Very intellectual, not just a pretty face that one. He’s switched up the tempo, added some growler sprinkled with horn stabs making this a staple for the clubs.
After Roastie is young buck, Mr. Fitz. He’s managed to peel off a rather tasty number called Funky Bukaki. How a mind so clean and young could come up with such filth I’ll never know. He’s gone the Funk route on an up-tempo banger and called upon DJ Kool to gob off over the top.
Last but last is our friend Señor Peludo! He swoops in with his Swedish shenanigans and drops a fruity Rum and Ass number fit for a king. Equipped with Jazz flute, Del Vocals, and beefy bass this finishes the compilation nicely.