All. Grand Slam - Lifetimers For the Funk EP
BBP Recordings is extremely proud to introduce to the nu funk
scene the veteran funk band Grand Slam from
Germany with their steaming-hot retro Lifetimers
for the Funk EP. Grand Slam has been on the top of their game of doing
their down-to-earth, gritty-as-can-be Kraut-Funk
since 1985 and has now teamed up with BBP
and a couple of heavyweight Nu-Funk producers, Jayl Funk and Busta, who
is giving their individual twists to this top class jam.
hand-full of album releases and some 300+ gigs behind them, Grand Slam is now ready to bring it on
to the dancefloors! Lifetimers for the
Funk was originally released on their Opossums
& Racoons album from 2007 and features vocals by Funkmaster Ozone & Mischmaschine.
Grand Slam is still going strong doing that good ol heavy
duty funk that we all love so much and their sound is a perfect match with BBP leading role as being the oldskool
yet cuttin edge badboy of the funky breaks scene!
- Grand Slam kicks things off with their low-down and dirty retrospective
celebration to the funk-music. A straight-up boogie funk jam with a heavy
vocoder voice and smooth flows by Funkmaster
- Jayl Funk is doing what he does best by giving it his signature
Jayl Funky danceable beat leaving you very little chance to sit still. Jayl
stays true to the original funk elements and add his groovy nu funk
treatment smoothly around it, making it another top remix by Jayl Funk.
- Busta never disappoints on a
remix and this is no exception. Pumpin it full of Ghetto Funk with his electro basslines that Busta is so loved
and respected for in the scene. This remix will take the Grand Slammers to
the clubs all over as part any funky djs crate in the time to come!
- DrayRock slows down things on
his laid-back and smooth remix.
DrayRock is an assistant producer
for Grand Slam crew and produced this remix for compilation album that was
released in 2010.