MC Eiht ‎– Which Way Iz West (June 30th, 2017)

It’s really hard to tell it better then Rodney Carmichael did in his write-up on this album (where you can also listen to all the tracks online), we still could not afford to overlook and not highlight it in our news blog. Being it a soooo long awaited album, Which Way Iz West (that we knew for years it was worked on and just pushed back all the time) but now our dreams have proven to come true and we are finally confirmed that MC Eiht finally drops this album, making it his first full-length solo album in a decade. Executively-produced by himself & DJ Premier, this album… Continue reading

Boogie Slice Vol.1 (9 Slices Of Nu Boogie & Modern Soul) 2017

After a lil’ break, the French-own Boogie Butt Records label is back with their first modern funk compilation featuring such artists Dee Nasty, Modogsta, Funkmaster Ozone, Parisian Soul, Lord Funk, SNS, Djazzafonk, Will The Funk Boss. This is their 13th release and it serves as the real nice & solid addition to their catalogue. This compilation was pressed on vinyl as an edition limited to 250 copies. It’s just been released & is already available for buying on DISCOGS, contact the label at their FACEBOOK for a copy or grab it @ BETINOS ONLINE SHOP. Continue reading

Star Child LP (Reissue) & Delicious 7″ by Dogg Master

After dropping O.C. Girl 7″ just recently and which was sold out real fast, Dogg Master is not letting us to relax for a minute and is back with 2 records almost at a time: Star Child vinyl Reissue & next 7″ single “Delicious” off his upcoming album both released on his More Bounce Records. “Star Child” is the reissue of his very successful album that he released in 2013. While the first press had a discobag cover, this new press is better quality sleeve with a 3mm border. And if you order on Dogg Master Bandcamp, then he additionally offer… Continue reading

Moniquea ‎– Blackwavefunk (June 2nd, 2017)

Moniquea has already established herself as one of the foremost female artists in the modern funk scene with her 2014 MoFunk Records debut album “Yes No Maybe”. With her follow-up, she continues exploring and expanding upon the boogie/modern soul sound of her debut, and at the same time, ventures bravely into a new sound inspired by the new wave and synth-pop sounds of the 80’s. Thus, the album title: Blackwavefunk. Executively produced by XL Middleton & Eddy Funkster, the album was mainly produced by the one and only XL Middleton with a little exception of one track “Knew It” which was produced by Turquoise Summers while other two… Continue reading