The confusingly named B&B (it's a lone producer, not a combo) takes a break from making tasty house for Crosstown Rebels and Hot Creations to deliver some sneaky bootleg cuts. The loose theme is R&B and hip-hop, with rap samples making an appearance on each of the four cuts. The title track turns Donnie Hathaway's conscious soul classic "Little Ghetto Boy" into a slo-mo soul burner, while "Nuthin But A G-String" and "Rock Me Like It's Hot" impressively fusse bottom-end bounce, house and hip-hop. EP closer "It Was All A Dream" is decidedly deeper, but still rocks to low-slung basslines and cut-up rap hits. Odd but very, very good.
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