Dusty funk bliss from Greece's one and only Kill Emil. Touching down in Latin America, both cuts are steeped in South American soul. "O Jogo" plays the game in style thanks to its sunset horn section, yearning vocal and precision laced percussion while "Tambo" shakes with a little more of an upbeat carnivalian energy that switches into a stunning evocative piano groove and swings on a delightful party-tickling drum arrangement.
It's more than ten years since the phenomenon of the bootleg mash-up became 'a thing' thanks to the likes of Richard X and yet people still come up with fresh interpretations of the genre. People like Booty Fruits, who have now reached number five in their ongoing series of booty compilations. We get four sizzling tracks here including the cut and scratch ragga-hop of "The Dopest", and 'Minnie', which sees Lone Drum following in Jean Jacques Smoothie's famous footsteps by utilizing Minnie Ripperton's "Inside My Love".