BANTU – OYA (Produced by Basement Freaks)


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In December 2012 New York based musician & filmmaker Siji and I decided to shut down the bustling Bariga market in Lagos for the video shoot of our song “Oya Oya”.
It was a guerilla style operation aimed at capturing the raw and spontaneous energy of the 20 million strong megapolis where anything can happen and one must always be open to the unexpected. In keeping with this spirit, we got real people to come up and dance, laugh, drum and shake with us.

Teamed up with top Hamburg based breakbeat producer BASEMENT FREAKS for this high energy dance track “Oya Oya”. Packed with funky horn riffs, an infectious groove and witty punch lines this tune is set to make you “Shake wetin your mama dash you”.

To Celebrate the release Bantu & Basement Freaks giving the track as a free download!
Shake wetin your mama dash you!

DELimentarys Bombastic Jam 4 deck mix Tips & Tricks



Here’s another hot 4 deck production from the nimble fingered Delimentary, slamming together the back catalogue from funky breaks label Bombastic Jam. All track info/remix credits can be found in the video.

A series of 5 tips and tricks will be posted soon that will give you an idea of how Del creates these complex mixes — so you can see just how it’s done.

If you like your music on the funky side, made with real pride and passion with unique twist then the Bombastic Jam label is for you!

Run by the enigmatic Greek breaks ambassador George Fotiadis aka Basement Freaks, and featuring productions and remixes from top artists such as, Dj Wood, Jayl Funk, Tom Drummond, Philly Blunt, Fuzzbox Inc, Hain Teny, Quasamodo, Busta, Umbo, Bad Monkeys, Pimpsoul and Telephunken the label is certainly defining the new sound that is “Ghetto Funk”

Many thanks to Mark at for his amazing filming and editing skills, to Ian Jordan, Delimentary’s Manager and to George at Bombastic Jam for asking Del to do it in the first place!


Tips & Tricks Vol 1

Tips & Tricks Vol 1