Breakestra: Hit the Floor (Vinyl LP)

Breakestra: Hit the Floor (Vinyl LP)

Ubiquity Records

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Released on Stones Throw in 2001 The Live Mix part 2 put the Los Angeles-based live funk band Breakestra on the map. In 2005, their new album Hit the Floor (Ubiquity Records), a new single featuring members of Jurassic 5 and People Under The Stairs, and recent performances with GZA, Guru, Raekwon, Digable Planets and de la Soul (at New York's Summer Stage) will launch the band further into the public eye. While their debut album and legendary live shows predominantly paid homage to old school breaks n' beats gone by, Hit the Floor goes a step further as Breakestra create an album featuring all-original compositions and songs. The funk flavor is as strong as ever and Breakestra's main man Miles Tackett explains the transformation from a cover band into one flaunting their own material as the obvious next step, While hip hop dj/medley inspired covers are the foundation of Breakestra, it is only natural we'd want to express our own soulful proclamations, he says. I've been releasing original funk cuts before putting out The Live Mix Part 2. The first Breakestra single was an original song called Getcho Soul Togetha Stand Up!, Gotta Let Me Know, Hiding, Burgundy Blues - Breakestra James The Penguin King, You Don't Need a Dance, Gettin' to It, At the End of the Day, Reconize, Keep on Playin', See Sawng - Breakestra Chali 2Na Munyungo Jackson, Family Rap - Breakestra Chali 2Na Munyungo Jackson Soup, How Do You Really Feel/, Show ; Prve, Hit Tha Flo!