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DJ LOVE feat Geechi Suede: Zigga Zigga – 2011

[rating: 5]
Hot damn! This is the best thing I’ve heard rapper Geechi Suede on since Camp Lo dropped Black Hollywood way back in 2007! Dallas-based DJ Love shows he’s no musical cowboy with a beat that could cause a stampede on any dancefloor. It’s not that it’s particularly fast nor especially lairy, more that it’s harder to resist than a sexy Mexican maid with nothing innocent on her mind. This is a beat with proper bounce and that Flamenco vamp at the start deserves to become as famous as the fanfare at the start of House of Pain’s Jump Around. Banger. Pure and simple. Comes with some fairly mental rerubs from big ghetto funk names too – full press guff below player. Due to drop on nu/ ghetto funk luminary Ali B’s label Air Recordings and an album Waiting On The Revolution will follow later this year.
(Out 17 April on Air Recordings)
Zigga Zigga (Original & Remixes Sampler) by Air Recordings

(PRESS RELEASE) ‘Zigga Zigga’ is the first single from renowned Dallas based hip hop DJ & producer, DJ Love’s debut album, ‘Waiting On A Revolution’ due for release on Ali B’s Air Recordings in 2011. It features Geechi Suede on vocals from legendary hip hop outfit, Camp Lo. Remixes come courtesy of some of the breaks & beats scene’s biggest players. You can check out samples in the player above with DJ Love’s original followed by remixes from A-Skillz, Fort Knox Five, Nick Thayer and DJ Eleven. Wth its big hooky guitar riffs and speaker pounding beats, we think you’ll agree, ‘Zigga Zigga’ is an instant classic…

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