Jeen Bassa – All My People
- 22a 005
- 12" EP
- EU - Reissue
2019 Repress - Limited to 300 copies!
Jeen Bassa’s 2015 debut mini-LP ‘All My People’ gets a timely and long overdue repress from the 22a stable.
‘All My People’ takes listeners on an electronic journey through hip hop, soul, jazz, funk and pan African sounds, hugely influenced by Bassa’s Mauritian roots.
Hot on the heels of Tenderlonious' "Thoughts Of You EP", Jeen Bassa's first solo offering is another strong release from London's most talked about musical collective, 22a. One of the three outrageously talented Deenmamode brothers (Mo Kolours & Reginald Omas Mamode IV), Jeen Bassa has remained the most elusive of the 22a collective until now. Raised in the west-country but currently residing in South-East London, Jeen Bassa's warm and woozy productions stand out in a world saturated with bland Dilla-esque pastiches. Reminding me a little of Al Dobson Jr's solo debut on Rhythm Section, and Manchester's Be, "The Seven Movements" from last year; it’s another one of those schizophrenic musical offerings which moves around an organic theme quickly and succinctly, keeping you hooked till the end through a series of dynamic tracks and infectious skits.
|A1.||Audio Visual||Jeen Bassa|
|A2.||Herb & Rhythm||Jeen Bassa|
|A3.||Poets House||Jeen Bassa|
|A4.||My People (7 seas)||Jeen Bassa|
|A5.||Body Talking||Jeen Bassa|
|A6.||The Landscapes||Jeen Bassa|
|B1.||Do The Do||Jeen Bassa|
|B2.||Latin Fingers||Jeen Bassa|
|B3.||Cocoa Lotion||Jeen Bassa|
|B4.||Ode To The Funk||Jeen Bassa|
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