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Best Music of 2011 (Part 1) : Ghetto Funk

'cause the year of the Funk Revival is... well, 2012, but we're startin it off right.

To start off our Best of’s for 2011, we went with one of the more obscure lists, duh Ghetto Funk. If you don’t know what ghetto funk is then you better get to knowin it. With a blend of electro funk and bass buzzin wobbles, ghetto funk is the next evolution in the genre.

Our list is filled with ghetto funkers remixing the soulful classics, ranging from Jurassic 5 to Hall & Oates. A few of these are from late 2010, but they didn’t get to go up on our last year’s Ghetto Funk list (because there wasn’t one), and they’re just too damn good not to put up on here. So prepare yoself for a funky good time.

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Public Enemy · SHUT EM DOWN (Bobby C Remix)

Ghetto Funk is bringin Hip-Hop to its next level

I can rave and rant about how well this Ghetto Funk hits, but I think I’ve set it enough, especially with hip-hop! This time Bobby C “Shuts em Down” with Public Enemy in one of his best ghetto funk remixes, yet. DAMN, does this shit BUMP! (sorry just one more time)

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The Lonely Island · 3-Way (Bobby C Sound TV Rmx)

featuring Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga

Not only can Bobby C funk out some of my favorite classic rap tracks (check it), but he also puts a fiine ghetto funk spin to some funny ass comedic bits. This time round he puts it on one of The Lonely Island’s best bits, “it’s not gay, when it’s in a 3-way.” Funny & Funky = good times.

If you’re diggin this, make sure to check his remix of Flight of the Conchords’ “Sugar Lumps.”

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De La Soul · Say No Go (Bobby C Sound TV Remix)

Bringing out those funky-ass viibes like never before.

Damn it’s good to hear some De La Soul revived. And damn does Bobby C revive it with a classic feel, bringing out those funky instrumentals more than ever before. Which actually brings up my biggest qualm with hip-hop, like De La, from back in the day – the instrumentals never seemed to be fully expressed. Was it because that was the standard or just a lack of quality production Either way, Bobby C fully expresses it here.

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Neil Young · Old Man (The Funk Hunters Remix)

Of course it sounds strange, that's how it's suppose to!

At times this ghetto wobble sounds so damn strange for Neil Young’s “Old Man,” but once you start flowing along with that kind voice of his, the glitched-out funk gets a bit friendlier with this old timer.

I do completely understand why people can’t get into this style of funk, but they should understand that this is a real progress pusher in the music scene right now, and everything progressive gets shit on at the start.

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SoundKlout 21 : Bobby C Sound TV

Bringin the Ghetto Funk from Denver

I realized with these ghetto funk producers that choosin the right tracks doesn’t rely too much on the production as much as the choice of vocals. For the most part, if you pick the right producer that ghetto funk will be alive in every track, but their choice of singers & MC’s separates the good from the ghetto great.

Originally, this feature was going to be about the Ghetto Funk collective which Bobby C is a part of. Going through all their music, I realized half of my picks were from Bobby C. So I decided to give this post up to him and leave the rest of the Ghetto Funkness for later.

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SoundKlout 2 : Funkanomics

Funkifying the hip-hop game, one track at a time.

This trio, hailing from southern Germany, takes the hip-hop game and funkifies it with “beautiful crunchy bass lines, coupled with pumping grooves.” Never would I thought such funky-ass remixes could come from Germany, but they are definitely one of the top players in this funksta game right now.

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DJ Soo – The Message (Grandmaster Flash Remix)

Another classic tune electrofied for the future

Some of you may dig this for the nostalgic bring back of Grandmaster Flash’s classic anthem. This, however, brought me to attention when I heard Latyrx‘s “Lady Don’t Tek No, cut right from the start.

“Lady Don’t Tek No” brings me back to my first years in college. I may have been a little late on The Bay’s hip-hop scene, but Latyrx was one of my main introductions and I’ve been a big supporter ever since – just saw they finished a new track (album)

As far as what Soo brings […]

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