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D-Bridge - Bring Da Flava / Keep It Real album mp3


Tracklist

That Side
A Bring Da Flava 5:20
This Side
B Keep It Real 6:29

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – TOV Music
  • Copyright (c) – TOV Music
  • Produced At – Trouble On Vinyl Studios

Credits

  • Written-By, Producer – D. White*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TOV 12022 D-Bridge Bring Da Flava / Keep It Real ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Trouble On Vinyl TOV 12022 UK 1996


D-Bridge - Bring Da Flava / Keep It Real album mp3
Performer: D-Bridge
Genre: Electronic
Title: Bring Da Flava / Keep It Real
Country: UK
Released: 1996
Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle
MP3 version ZIP size: 1763 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1492 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 901
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Agagamand
Essential weaponry for any D&B DJ. If you want to start sumtin in the dance, this plate will get it rockin. Both are dangerous beasts to unleash on a PA, with chest pounding subs, fat crunching breaks and tons of swagger, these beats will get the club hot and sweaty quick time.
cyrexoff
Trouble on vinyl are a classic drum & bass label, and this track is no exception. Both tracks are heavily hip hop influenced. I was instantly drawn to Bring da flava when Micky Finn played it on 1 in the Jungle. It has good chunky steppa drums (That remind me of Nelly Furtado’s Promiscuous girl. It just shows how pop music is years behind drum and bass.), and a deep bassline. What gives the track a really hypnotic quality is the way the vocals have an echo effect on “I bring the flavour flavour flavour to your ears ears ears. Don’t stop don’t stop. Yeah yeah yeah.” Keep it real is an unsung classic that I nearly always play live. It has a bassline that keeps changing and getting harder. If you play it through your stereo it sounds good, but live through a P.A system it creates a wall of sound, that leads to pandemonium on the dancefloor.