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Afrodizz - Froots



afrodizz froots
best of 2006Afrodizz - Froots
(CD) C4, 2006-06-27

Tracklisting :
01. Killing Floor
02. Yadsa
03. Fashion Terroriste
04. Water And Fish
05. Poots
06. Start
07. Bomb
08. O K Ou
09. Like This

Links :
afrodizz.com
myspace.com/afrodizz

Press Release :
Afrodizz brings the genuine Afro Funk ruckus. Formed in 2002 under the lead of jazz guitarist Gabriel Aldama, this Montreal-based powerhouse has quickly become one of Canada's premiere Afrobeat outfits. Drawing inspiration from the work of the legendary Fela Kuti, these eight stellar musicians use their jazz experience to expand on the foundation sound with a modern urban touch.

In 2003, Afrodizz independently distributed a four track EP that became an instant classic. The single "No Time" became a big dancefloor hit, and was playlisted by DJs worldwide. In 2004 came their critically acclaimed first full lengh : Kif Kif, released on DoRight Music / Fusion III in Canada and Freestyle Records in the UK.

With their new release “Froots”, Afrodizz is now ready to reaffirm their position as Canada’s best Afrobeat act and travel the world, spreading its captivating sound far and wide.
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