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|1.||"Talk 2 Me (Consent)" (5:28)|
|2.||"Short Dick Man" (7:27)|
|1.||"Fuk Me FTB" (Da Bomb mix) (4:21)|
|2.||"Rhodes Rec" (4:54)|
What constitutes "Sex Music"? According to DJ DR 660, it's not seductive slow jams or mildly cheesy '80s soul, but rather deep and bassy-heavy cuts that effortlessly join the dots between ghetto-tech, booty bass, R&B and slick, soulful deep house. He touches on all of those styles on more across these admittedly sensual and groovy four tracks. Our pick of the bunch is undoubtedly the snappy, ghetto-electro opener "Talk 2 Me (Consent)", where an unidentified vocalist whispers sweet nothings over punchy beats and rumbling bass. "Fuk Me FTB (Da Bomb Mix)" offers razor-sharp beats and DJ Godfather style looped vocal sleaze, while "Short Dick Man" goes far deeper (musically speaking, we mean) than you'd expect for a track with a title like that.
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