All. One Of Those Days EP
BBP Recordings is very proud to welcome back a true legend in the evergrowing Nu-Funk scene – BadboE is ready to drop the first single from his long anticipated second album. He has teamed up with 2 heavyweighters of bassdriven Ghetto Funk Pimpsoul from the UK and Bryx, who are killing dancefloors in Canada at the moment. UK-based MC Coppa is delivering the vocal contribution to the reggae dub grooves on the A-side title track One of Those Days.
After the success of the first BadboE album Break The Funk from 2009 and remix album Break The Funk Remixed from 2010, he’s kept himself busy remixing and releasing tracks on labels like Bombstrikes (UK), Baffin Beat Brigade (USA), Manmade (Germany), Bogie Boutique (UK) and many others.
The always spot-on pumpin’ beats and crafty sample chop-ups has earned BadboE a lot of respect in the funky breaks scene, and with this EP he is ready to take it a step further with the radio friendly One Of Those Days and the bangin’ b-boy funk jam Make It Happened on the flip-side. The club mixes are handmade by two of the best bass producers in the Ghetto Funk scene, Pimpsoul who has released some very successful EPs on Bombstrikes and Canada’s very own Bryx who making crowd’s shiver across Canada and on this year’s Shambhala Festival.
BadboE kick things off with the groovy reggae joint One of Those Days with vocals by MC Coppa. Steady beats, a rolling bassline and groovy reggae licks lays the foundation for MC Coppa to draw the picture of another “One of Those Days” we all love to have in the summertime.
Pimpsoul picks up the tempo a bit and pumps some dancefloor dynamite into the reggae grooves, with some booming ghetto bass and some big raw beats. With this remix there is guaranteed activity on the dancefloors!
BadboE is bringin things back to what he does best on the b-side, with the blockrockin’ b-boy jam Make It Happend. Funky as hell with oldskool beats and chopped up vocals is all the ingredients needed for a signature BadboE jam.
Bryx is truly heatin’ things up with some heavy duty ghetto bass that are set to blow dancefloors away. Straight pumpin’ beats and mind blowin basslines is bring extra energy to the chopped up vocals of BadboE’s original. Warning: Dancefloor destruction!