Limited seven inch vinyl pressing. A tribute to Kid Frost and El Chicano (featuring El Dusty, Mellow Man Ace, NiÃ±a Dioz, Mexstep, Kool AD, Amaze 88). Austin-based Grammy-nominated psychedelic latin funk band Brownout debuted their remake/tribute to Kid Frost's 25 year old Latin pride hip-hop classic "La Raza," last year. Now, after many calls for a physical release, Brownout adds to the celebration of the heritage of Latin America and cultural heritage by releasing this limited run 45. Brownout are no strangers to hip hop, having backed GZA (Wu-Tang Clan) regularly, being DJ/tastemaker favorites and veterans of the international B-Boy battle scene, performing live at many battles over the last ten years. After knocking out a live reworking of the song, which contains a famous sample of El Chicano's "Viva Tirado," the band called on their peers and heroes alike." The flipside is an instrumental original that, as the title teases, has some Arab flare. The recipe for this cut seems to blend a dash of Cairo Jazz Band with a pinch of desert-psych funk groove, in turn creating a full, slow-burning groove that is sure to mellow and get heads nodding.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.