Aussie producer Slynk makes his debut on the evergreen Ghettofunk label with Boomin' - do expect rambunctious beats and samples aplenty across the four jams here. Lead track "Boomin" deftly reworks a jeep beat classic from Mr Kenny Dope, and slips in plenty of rap standard drops atop the digital bass line bump. The familiar vocal refrain of method Man opens up "Poppin' It" a self explanatory call and response hip hopper, whilst "Smoothness" contains a brilliantly elastic bass line and plenty of Jigganometry. Finally "Break It On Down" adopts the kind of slinky block rocking poise that you will hear filter a Krafty Kuts set.
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