- Release Date 2012-06-15
- Label Breakbeat Paradise Recordings
- Catalog BBP055
On the Underwear EP the boys has created a fun and funky anthem, thats gonna go down smooth on any funky dancefloor and radio show around the world. On the remix side Jazz.K.lipa has joined forces with some of the best the scene has to offer from Canada DJ Soo, from Germany BBP resident JiggyJoe and from Spain Calagad13 and György de Val from Germany are all delivering punchy remixes for this EP.
Following up on the successful Bouncing Bass EP that was released last year on BBP, Jazz.K.lipa is showing no signs of slowing down in his quest of putting his name to the very front of the Nu Funk scene. This EP has it all from classic funky grooves to pumpin Ghetto Funk bangers so load you pump guns and get down to these funky jams
A. The EP kicks off with the radio friendly original cut of Underwear by Jazz.K.lipa. In a classic funky breaks arrangement with groovy basslines and techy synth all accompanied by Smith & Smart doing their funky thang on the mic.
B. DJ Soo takes over where the original left off and adds a good doze of boogie vibes to the equation. As catchy as it is, the remix is bound to get the crowds moving on the dancefloor. The steady bumpin beat comes with some smooth synth that goes perfectly with the Smith & Smart vocals. This remix is also available in an instrumental version on the EP.
C. BBP is proud to welcome back Calagad13 whos been away from the studio for a while. But hes back in perfect shape to drop a top class remix for this EP. We can always count on 13 to deliver classic street breaks and this time with some well-arranged synth lines and some boogie basslines to go with it.
D. BBP resident producer JiggyJoe is back on this EP to do his thing and deliver a pumpin ghetto funk remix. Hard rockin beats and mindblowing tech synthlines and some wobble bass is all it takes for JiggyJoe to turn this track into a modern class ghetto funk jam.
E. As an added bonus to this EP we got a really oldskool remix by György de Val, who brings a long some real classic breakbeat and some deep basslines. It all sums up this groovy EP and once again reassures us that Jazz.K.lipa is someone to watch in the years to come in the ever-growing Nu Funk/Ghetto Funk scene.