Marking it the 11th CD release, the “unstoppable” Diggy Down Recordz label released today Mr. Skinny - Uncharted Waters (Trey Way), their first ever G-Funk album. Mr. Skinny is a west coast rapper from Paramaunt, CA. He grew up playing drums in church at 5 years old. Since music had a special place in his heart, he started rapping, scratching records, writing songs and singing in a church choir at a young age. He literally tried it all, but now, as he got himself developed into a rap artist, he tries not to sound like everyone, which his rap influences are 2Pac, NWA, Ice Cube, Scarface, Nas…
Right on the Valentine’s Day, Diggy Down Recordz is coming up with a gift, the album by Jovan Benson, an American singer, songwriter, producer & song arranger from Vallejo, CA. After a year and a half in the making, Jovan finally release his album “Not Made For These Times” as a collection of 17 songs written by him & composed by various producers including Djay Ness D & Goz (of The Touch Funk), Sick-So aka Sovan, Wadz, T-Groove, etc. with 9 songs produced/co-produced by Jovan himself. It’s a perfect album for all the disco/boogie/funk/soul lovers, with nice soulful vocals & well-crafted music.
It’s not the first time that we hear Jovan on Diggy Down: he was previously featured on this label’s releases: Rene Rose – Funky Attitude (2016) & T-Groove – Move Your Body (2017).
One of our most favorite labels, Diggy Down Recordz, has been really active recently relentlessly dropping some real nice vinyl and CD releases. This time they’re back at it with a highly anticipated debut full-length album by the Japanese disco icon, T-Groove aka Yuki Takahashi. It’s like his album title “Move Your Body” is trying to hint that it’s all about disco music, and it’s really the case! The album is 70 minutes long and densely packed up with modern disco joints that would be perfect for any disco party or dance floor. T-Groove produced tracks feature guests like B.Thompson, Winfree, Diane Marsh, Leon Beal, Enois Scroggins, The Precious Lo’s, Jovan, Sammy and others.
Pre-orders have already started @ DIGGY DOWN RECORDZ WEBSITE where you can also listen to the albums trailer (after hitting the play button beside the respective album pic). The orders will be shipped from France worldwide.
Dd Lahouve Production is back again with another wonderful 12″ 45Rpm Maxi vinyl: Saskia – We Found Love/Secret Lover to be released on February 6th 2017. Saskia is a female singer from Germany. All in all, this release was a collaborative effort of a few real good professionals: music was produced by Magoo (France), Saskia vocals recorded by Sergio Doc Barone (Germany) at PurpleRoom Studio, artwork designed by DJ Ness D of The Touch Funk (France) and mastering was done by Wadz (France).
Pure 80’s funk style:
A1. We Found Love ( Extended Version ) 7.22
A2. We Found Love ( Main Version ) 5.11
Mid Tempo 80’s:
B. Secret Lover ( Vocal ) 4.53
Make sure to check & buy this beautifully crafted vinyl with was obviously made with love (and it’s about love too) at DIGGY DOWN OFFICIAL WEBSITE
Hurry up with your order, this vinyl is limited to only 200 copies!!
A new record released by Diggy Down Recordz is scheduled to get released on 6th July and pre-orders has already started. This time it’s Boogie Funk 12″ 45T Maxi vinyl single by the female singer Rene Rose “Number One” / “Dance Floor”, each side of which consisting of 2 tracks: vocal + instrumental version. What make it even more special is that the press is limited to 100 copies only and they’re all numbered so it won’t take much time for this record to become sold out like it was the case with their preceding release of 100 copies Enois Scroggins – Steppin Out / What Can I Do 12″ which got sold out pretty much fast.
Diggy Down Recordz keep bringing us heat non-stop and this time they’re releasing a brand new album of J.Marie, a singer from USA, called “I Want It All” and consisting of 14 hot tracks. This album is J. Marie’s tribute to the 80’s and 90’s music she grew up on with the first song “Boy Toy” bringing back memories of Vanity’s “Nasty Girl.” Maybe some of you remember she was featured with that song on Wadz “So Smooth (The Funk Album)” back in 2010.