All. Kool Hertz - Whatta Joint EP
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BBP Recordings is back with another hot 12” vinyl of party bangers from one of the key players in the Nu Funk/Ghetto Funk Scene - Kool Hertz from London. A 4-track EP of absolute dancefloor dynamite that are gonna slap around funky crowds all across the globe. Pumped to the maximum with funky breakbeats, banging ghetto bass and samples from good ol’ days – this is a sure shot for all funky DJs.
Kool Hertz started rocking crowds over 14 years ago in the Cape Town, Jo’burg & UK scene. He’s spun next to artist’s like Cut La Roc [Rocstar], Ali B [Fabric/Kiss FM], Eddy Tm [XFM], Diesel Boy, Counterstrike [Algorythm], Pimpsoul, Stickybuds, Dj Wood, Country Cockney, Jurassik, Dj Soo & The Funk Hunters to name a few. On the radio he has had some airplay on Kiss FM [UK], NSB [UK], RTE Pulse [Dublin], Good Hope FM [CPT], 5FM [CPT] & has also been reviewed in Dj Mag & NME.
Last year saw him touring Poland & Canada.
Besides the Breaks & DJing, he creates epic albums of all sorts of genres for Music Candy. His tunes are distributed worldwide by companies like EMI, BMG & Universal Music for play on MTV, BBC, NBC etc.
Things are continually blowing up for Kool Hertz. In 2010 he released a 4-track EP on All Good Funk Alliance’s label Funkweapons as well as doing remixes and mashups for Air Recordings, Break Down Records, Royal Soul Records ect.
With the Whatta Joint EP Kool Hertz will sign his name in cement in the Nu Funk/Ghetto Funk scene, and will definitely be one to watch in the time to come.
A. Kool Hertz starts out hard by slammin’ up the classic Linda Lyndell sample with some serious bang on breaks, rolling ghetto bass and groovy cuts. This peak-hour party banger has everything it takes to get the crowds moving on the dancefloors – Whatta Joint!
B. Another wicked Joint makes its way to the a-side of this party rocking 12 inch. Steady beats and heavy duty ghetto bass and some classic gangster samples pumps thought this track from beginning to end.
C. Kool Hertz has no intentions of slowing down on the flipside as he pumps some serious bass into some Indian grooves in the Bhangra Jam. The steady rocking beats and gangster samples are bound to cause some serious chaos on the dancefloors.
D. The final jam on party bangin’ EP takes us way back into the 50’s, when the phrase Wopbabalubop Bulapbub Boom was shouted out by Little Richard. Some 60 years later Kool Hertz picks it up and turned it into a party bomb of bass and breaks.