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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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Wiz Khalifa · That Plane (Whole-Z Remix)

with a BONUS remix of Limp Bizkit's "Nookie"

Still surprised I haven’t gotten into Kahlifa more. I guess it’s just that need a remix situation and that remix is this. Whole-Z brings out Khalifa’s steady rap and vocal highs with synths that touch just right. Just shows the range Whole-Z puts on his remixes compared to his Edward Sharpe remix.

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Edward Sharpe · Home (Whole-Z Remix)

A hypnotic bass buzzer with a few electro-glitches on top.

This isn’t that complicated of a remix – a hypnotic bass buzzer below with a few electro-glitches on top – but it makes the vocals in it all the more soothing. I love what bass//electo music does to folk songs… as long as they don’t go too far with it.

What do y’all think Got any other Edward Sharpe electro-remixes in ya pocket

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