FloFilz – Transit [Beat Tape]
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02. Arcade feat. Alfa Mist
03. Lanai Gardens
04. Hoxton Hoops feat. K Le Maestro
05. Ramen For Breakfast
06. The Don
07. Telegraph Hill Park
08. Crepuscule (Interlude)
09. You & Me feat. Barney Artist
10. Bad Self
11. Camberwell feat. Alfa Mist
12. Tube Trouble
14. Lucid Daze
15. Inside Out feat. Biig Piig
16. Montclare St.
18. Far Off
FloFilz – Transit
Also Available On: Gatefold LP (with 20 page photo booklet)
“Transit” is FloFilz’ third album for Melting Pot Music. It is deeply inspired by the UK jazz and hip-hop scene and features collaborations with Alfa Mist, Barney Artist, Biig Piig and K, Le Maestro.
FloFilz previous albums “Metronom” (2014) and “Cenário” (2016) were dedicated to the cities of Paris and Lisbon. The visuals for all albums have been created by acclaimed photographer Robert Winter.
“Transit” is available digital and on LP (limited gatefold edition includes a 20-page photo booklet by Robert Winter).
“Jazz (We’ve Got)” was the title of the second single from A Tribe Called Quest’s iconic album “The Low End Theory”. It was released in 1991, the same year FloFilz was born. Similar to Tribe FloFilz resurrects jazz for a new generation. He has been doing this for a while now and is pretty good at it, as you might know if you are familiar with his previous works “Metronom” and “Cenário”.
In 2019 things have changed. Today jazz is not only about diggin’ old records and learning about Bird and Trane. Jazz is very much alive and the city of London has become one of its epicenters. The UK jazz scene is happening because it is deeply connected with hip-hop, soul and club music. A perfect setting for FloFilz. Over the last 18 months, he has collected serious Eurostar miles, heading from Aachen to London – going to gigs, hanging out with musical allies and recording new material.
This is why he calls his new album “Transit”. Through 18 tracks FloFilz translates the current London vibe in his very own style and fashion and I dare to say that “Transit” may be the best album he has treated us with so far.
– Olski, April 2019