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Jafunk x DiRTY RADiO ‘The Baddest’ : Disco and boogie funk. Retro-tinted synths.

'The Baddest'

Having already teamed up on ‘Pleasures’, the Aussie — but Berlin-based — producer (Jafunk) and Canadian band (DiRTY RADiO) are now back to serve up another masterpiece, a laid-back and disco infused single named ‘The Baddest’.

Said Jafunk: “The beat for ‘The Baddest’ was inspired by a lot of the disco and boogie funk I was listening to at the time, artists such as Michael Jackson, Rick James, Charlie Wilson, Kashif, as well modern influences like Pomo, Anderson Paak, Mac Miller and more.”

Catchy drums, mesmerizing retro-tinted synths and a rubbery, vibrant bassline are balanced harmoniously against the funkiest DiRTY RADiO performance. Nothing but unique, ‘The Baddest’ is a record that draws on myriad of influences, from Funk & Soul, Classic Jafunk formula, to a synthesis of dance, R&B and electronic music that, as always, push the Vancouver-based duo above the rest; having labelled the DiRTY RADiO moniker on iconic labels as Spinnin’, Partyfine or Majestic Casual.

Mad dance is all you can do.

Song makes it easy, yo.

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