Ghetto Glitch is the new CD by Dope Sagittarius (aka, Luqman Brown, long-time front man for Funkface) and man, I love it. It’s a barrage of electro-funk, club, rap, reggae, pop and the rock is there of course. If you want to get a real glimpse of what it’s about, check out the Sin City style video for ‘Punkrapstarz’:
The centerpiece of the CD is ‘Break It Down’, which is poised to be the hottest song to come out just as the weather starts to heat up. It’s a brilliant update of the great Brit-pop/rock of the 80s (General Public comes to mind) and sports a chorus that will stay in your head like a tic. It’s pop music at its finest. Other great tracks include the electro-reggae jam ‘Free Again’, and the not-sorry-at all ‘Dirty New York’ with a ultra catchy refrain of ‘How you know them ho’s’. It’s destined to be a (strip) club classic!
To find out more about Dope Sagittarius, check out his Facebook and Twitter page. It’s a fun CD, so please support!