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Silver Bullit - Afrikans In Denmark (feat. Afrikan Boy)
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£4.49

Silver Bullit

Afrikans In Denmark (feat. Afrikan Boy)

UrbanWorld

Released: 10th June 2013 | 9 track uk funky ep

Silver Bullit teamed up with the London based mc and singer Afrikan Boy known for his featuring on M.I.A.'s song Hussel and DJ Shadow's I'm Excited and also for his own hits One Day I Went To Lidl and Amala Azonto, which was BIG on the UK afrobeat scence. The first track Burning is a very catchy afro dancehall tune, with a tight snare drum that gives it danceabllity, and remixed by no other than the legendary Mad Professor and ELO, who is also a big name in the UK afrobeat scene following his collaboration with the FOKN BOIS. Afrikan Boy is burning up Copenhagen in the video - doing the culture clash of two African tourists in Denmark - which is produced by the one of the most hyped Danish music video producers Jamel Sundoo.

For the second track Shokoto Afrikan Boy brought in his mate Dotstar for a verse, already well known from his many big hits on the UK afrobeat scene, like Stick Up or Xpensive. Okay Funky takes the remix in a UK funky direction. Shokoto is UK afrobeat with a touch of azonto and very addictive lyrics. Rounding of the EP is Show Me What U Made Of, increasing the energy to a funky house sound, and guest staring Spoek Mathambo for a verse. Two upcoming producers from the states Kush Arora and Chief Boima brings the party global, with Kush's mix of west coast bass and grime and Boima's club banging azonto version.

"Totally digging this release!! Chock full of super burners! Def going in our sets!"
Fort Knox Five / Thunderball, Fort Knox Recordings, USA
"One that jumps out straight away is the original of Shokoto which I'll definitely be playing. Proper updated afrofunk. One foot in 70s Fela territory and the other firmly in the present."
Griff, JellyJazz, UK
"Silver Bullit rocks man. That is slamming. I just checked the mad professor remix! Fucking sick!"
Afrolicious, Eightteen Street Lounge Music, USA
"Fresher than boxfesh sneakers and not gathering any dust on these tracks"
JStar
"Dispelling misconceptions of what African music could only be, this EP offers a wide variety of variations on three African themes. Excellent!"
Disco Comfort