Funky Flavor (feat Emcee Originate & Sam I Am) (4:13)
Do Better (feat Feevah) (4:37)
Dunk Of Funk (1:23)
Review: Funk professor and beat provider to the likes of Xzibit, Kokane, Big Sono, Supafly and many more, the big Mofeezy slides into our souls this season with his first full debut LP of solo work. A total dedication and homage to the talkbox flexing, floor zapping heritage of Longbeach and everything that's riffed off it, Drunk Of Funk pays homage to all things G-funk, P-funk and every-other-letter-in-the-alphabet-funk. From the deep yearning sleaze of the opening track "Playa" to the last Moog squiggles and jitters of the finale title track, Mofak has created an authentic and timeless body of work that pops back in time just as effectively as it pops on the floor. Proof you can never be too drunk on funk.
Review: Taken from their debut album of the same name, "Boogie Diaries" takes two of the album's many g-funk / electro boogie highlights for this limited 45. The A-side is all about Moniquea's soaring vocal as she makes things clear over a fat, Bootsy-flavoured bass. Meanwhile on the B "Dreaming" takes us even deeper into the block with a bulbous Zapp & Rodger style street sweep. Authentic funk.