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Soul Village - Funkin' For Jamaica



Soul Village Funkin For JamaicaSoul Village Funkin For Jamaica
Soul Village - Funkin' For Jamaica / Hey Suckas!
(12") Jugglin' JUGG007, 2005-11-27

Tracklisting :
A1 Funkin' For Jamaica (Vocal) feat. Tiffany Paige
A2 Funkin' For Jamaica (Instrumental)
B1 Hey Suckas! (Vocal) feat. Supastition
B2 Hey Suckas! (Instrumental)

Notes: The A side is a cover of "Funkin' For Jamaica" by Tom Browne.

Links :
myspace.com/soulvillage
soundclick.com/soulvillage

Info :
French producer Dela aka Soul Village is back on the music scene once again with a dope double tracker. Those of you that got his 7inch release on Olski's dope Melting Pot label will not be disappointed this time around. Now we find Dela teaming up with US vocalist Tiffany Paige for a live cover of Tom Browns jazz-funk classic (watch it build). The second track is a straight up hip hop smash with a deep string groove, bouncing beats and supa hot vocals from US vocalist Supastition.
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