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SP-1200 BANGERS ACROSS FIVE 7" RECORDS, FROM ONE OF THE MOST PROLIFIC PRODUCER OF THE 90s - PREVIOUSLY WORKED WITH NOTORIOUS B.I.G., TUPAC SHAKUR, BIG DADDY KANE, LL COOL J, BUSTA RHYMES, AND MANY MORE!

TRACK LISTING

1 - A. Dont Touch Me 
1 - B. Slut 
2 - A. On Down 
2 - B. Beat #1 
3 - A. Piano Joint 
3 - B. Daisy 
4 - A. Comin 
4 - B. Mega Dope 
5 - A. Flippin Todd 
5 - B. Beat #2 

Tyrone Washington

Submission (Kenny Dope Remix)

Now this 45 release is a real treat, featuring both the original and Kenny Dope remix of Tyrone Washington’s timeless gem, ‘Submission’.

A mysterious artist who seemingly disappeared from the scene after his last release in the mid 70’s, Washington created forward-thinking jazz magic which has been loved ever since its original release - and sampled multiple times by the likes of A Tribe Called Quest and Pete Rock.

On the Kenny Dope remix, we are served some heavy hip-hop breaks which pump underneath the inimitable brass of the original, chopped up to add some extra spice and groove. A master of beats, Kenny does the business on this remix and the results are truly special.

STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: One from the recent slew of Kay-Dee Records and its hard bopping ghetto funk from Tyrone Washington. KD takes it even further down the asphalt with added hip-hop heft.

TRACK LISTING

A. Submission (Original) 
B. Submission (Kenny Dope Remix) 

The Fantastic Souls

After Shower Funk / Soul To The People (Tom Moulton Mixes)

Tom Moulton mixes of The Fantastic Souls tracks "After Shower Funk" and "Soul To The People". More heat from the recently re-ignited Kay-Dee Records - Kenny Dope's iconic label. Snooze and you'll lose! 

STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Tom Moulton guests on Kay-Dee Records with two highly frenetic and irresistible tweaks of The Fantastic Souls. Proper loving this recent Kay-Dee resurgence!

TRACK LISTING

A. Soul To The People (Tom Moulton Mix) 
B. After Shower Funk (Tom Moulton Mix) 

Kay-Dee Records is coming at you with a 45 double-hitter, presenting Bert Hector’s ‘The Phoenix’ and ‘The Kraken’ with Kenny Dope on remix duties.

On the first record, we’re treated to ‘The Phoenix’: a sure-fire funk gem with a super warm sound. The beat is as cool as it gets, with a laid-back and funky attitude, sitting beneath a joyous intermingling of sitar, flute, brass and guitar - all performed at expert levels.

‘The Kraken’ has a killer groove, struttin’ along at 85 bpm with a real old-school sound on the beat. Joining the breaks is a huge brass section which pumps loud, while flute solos and funky Wah-wah guitar chops take things up a notch. This is a pure, unadulterated groove. 

Both tracks are recorded juicy, fat and well into the red - making the vinyl snap, thud and crack in all the right places! 

STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Swagger and soul combine on this street-ready breakbeat funk double pack from Bert Hector. Just listen to those drums! Sure to be sampled, cut and scratched by all the old school heads doing their thing...

TRACK LISTING

1 - A. The Phoenix (Original Mix)
1 - B. The Phoenix (Kenny Dope Fantastic Souls Mix)
2 - A. Kraken
2 - B. Kraken (Kenny Dope Fantastic Souls Mix) 

Kenny Dope brings the funk with this remix of Francis Overcast’s soulful vocal house groove, "I Aint".

This release initially dropped in 2020 on Dopewax Records, and has quite rightly gone on to become one of the most popular house tracks in recent years, with heavyweight support from the likes of Honey Dijon, Todd Terry, Terry Hunter, Luke Solomon and The Shapeshifters.

Driven by a gritty bassline and bouncing percussion, and coloured throughout with trippy synth lines, this track is freaky and fiery - and an instant floor-filler.
Now available on 7 inch via the firing Kay-Dee Records.

STAFF COMMENTS

Matt says: Big house blasts on tidy 7" format! Kenny Dope delivers pure style and finesse with a sexy, red-lit rework of Francis Overcast's "I Ain't". A backroom burner of the highest order.

TRACK LISTING

A. I Ain't (Kenny Dope Pt. 1)
B. I Ain't (Kenny Dope Pt. 2) 

More from the recent Kay-Dee salvo!! Pioneering DJ and radio host, Dan Greenpeace, invited legendary rapper, Bronx native and fellow producer Diamond D to appear on the first in his new series of vinyl releases. As a founding member of the acclaimed production crew, D.I.T.C., Diamond is one of Dan’s biggest inspirations and this record is somewhat of an homage to his hip-hop peer heroes that paved the way for him and so many others. "Nowhere To Run To" sees Diamond spitting his trademark hard-hitting rhymes over Dan’s guitar stab heavy beats culminating in what critics have already hailed as a modern hip-hop classic.

TRACK LISTING

A. Nowhere To Run To
B. Nowhere To Run To (Instrumental) 


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