Monday, 8 July 2013

B-Boy Soul

"This is the intro" says Jimmy and we're off.

With Abdominal and DJ Format's 'Participation Prerequisite' in mind all the time we were recording The Deepest Cellar and, film of choice, Jimmy Cliff in 'The Harder They Fall' on the box on a loop the mindset for the album is introduced. A nice soul instrumental from Third Degree Liam Byrne sampled from an old Soul / R&B classic and Reggii logging a preface for the record, accompanied by my B-Boy Soul mantra, the foundations of the swinginest party to be had are set.

"We got your B-Boy Soul, got to be letting it go, move on up and soldier on from the morning 'till the break of dawn!"
We got your B-Boy Soul ...