(See Monkeyboxing.com – Top 10 Tracks – 2014 HERE)
2014 was massive in terms of funk and soul but that didn’t prevent G Love’s brand of rappin’ blues and the superb boss reggae of The Delegators’ LP getting the heaviest rotation on the MB sound system which is, of course, the basis of the highly complex algorithm from which the MB charts are derived.
(=1) The Delegators – All Aboard
Their full-length debut and sadly, their only album, since they are now defunct. Classic boss reggae LP
Based on a complex algorithm derived from frequency of play on the MB boombox, here are the ten biggest tracks of 2014
(See Monkeyboxing.com – Top 10 Albums – 2014 HERE)
1. Jurassic 5 – We Do It
The mighty J5 returned and did it big time with a White Stripes sample
(NEW) 1. Etta James – I Got You Babe (JR Dynamite Funk Edit)
Respectfully dope edit of the original. Big up!
(3) 1. Basement Freaks feat. Cranic – Can’t Stop The Rastaman
(NEW) 1. Smoove & Turrell – Will You Be Mine
(NEW) The Delegators – Be Good To Me
Not only still hot but even higher and dancefloor proven
(NEW) 1. Raphael Munnings – Opportunity Knockin
Straight fire ‘lost’ tropical funk cut. Boom!
(NEW) =1. Smoove & Turrell – Will You Be Mine
Nu-disco bomb and Daft Punk killer
(NEW) 1. Mako & Mr Bristow – Jungle Soul
Dammit! Bomb-a-drop! Does what it says on the tin
(NEW) 1. Bam & Mr Dero – On & On