A2. Green Power Funk (Preview) by badboe published on 2012/09/07 07:58:12 +0000 BadboE is back in full effect with the second EP from his upcoming album Pump Up The Funk coming out in the end of 2012. 4 brand new hot funky jams from the funk master himself - all mixed up and road-tested to perfection. This time he’s gone way back into his crates of rare grooves and picked out some real diamonds on which he has based these 4 state-of-the-art party jams. With this release BadboE is stepping well into the world of Ghetto bass and electro vibes, but without loosing the funk and soul that he’s so respected and loved for. On a tour to Australia and New Zealand, BadboE meet up with the 2 vocalists featuring on this EP: MC Kitch from Brisbane who is known to rock dancefloors MCing for Paul Masters, and Claire G Phunk, who has already been heard on tracks by Pimp Soul and Busta. As and added bonus the one-man band phenomenon Michael Devellis from New York has laid Horns and Flute on 2 jams on this EP. Breakbeat Paradise Recordings continues to keep it real to wax by releasing this 4-track beast exclusively on 12” Vinyl. A1. BadboE kicks off the EP with the straight up funky banger Ghetto Funkalicious featuring MC Kitch doing his thang on the mic. A well-picked funky groove some banging beats and ghetto basslines and Michael Devellis getting busy on the horns and flues is all it takes for BadboE to create and instant Ghetto Funk classic. This jam is already getting support from some of the major players in the scene! A2. The second cut on the record continues right where the other left off, with a ruthless funky arrangement to keep the party going. Another big groove mixed up with some ghetto funk basslines and Michael Devellis doing magic on his horns and flute. This is a peak-time funky banger – celebrating the timeless Green Power Funk. B1. The flipside is all about the disco jams where BadboE has brought new life into some otherwise unknown disco 45s. Sweet Games is featuring some magical smooth grooves and BadboE chop-up technics and music ear has created a timeless jam that puts a smile on everyone’s face whenever it’s played. This has been a secret weapon in BadboE’s sets for some time now, and BBP is proud to finally unleash this spectacular jam to the public. B2. The final cut on the album picks up the tempo a bit and features some sweet vocals and lyrics by Claire G Phunk. Whatya Gonna Do For Me has a classic ghetto funk arrangement of wobble ghetto basslines and straight up funky breats. This Ghetto Funk anthem fits right in there, tying together the mid-tempo tunes with the uptempo jams in your DJ-sets. BadboE has done it again so get those technics spinning and get some concrete solid funk into your DJ-sets.