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Music Review “Check it out ya`ll” - Funktastic Players

Music Review “Check it out ya`ll” - Funktastic Players 
By Yami Cabrera 

The music brand, Funktastic Players of Maryland, USA, is promoting their newest production “Check it out y'all Remix.” The band is led by music producer David Williams and focused on unveiling a different sound for both, this song and the style of urban music.
Funktastic Players is a new artistic project that aims to promote a modern musical fusion. They combine classic Funk sounds with elements of modern American Hip Hop. The brand is focused on their music reaching a diverse audience, but close to the environment of instrumental Jazz-Funk.
“Check it out y'all Remix” is an attractive mix of different sounds from musical genres such as Jazz, Soul, Funk, and Rap. The song reveals the musical taste of each musician involved in the recording. The funky groove of the drums, the bass, and the guitar give the track a very pleasant and peculiar sound. The jazzy turns of the saxophonist and the harmonic combinations of the piano create a unique and exquisite atmosphere.

This remix revives with good vibes "Check it out y'all", one of the most relevant songs in the American Hip Hop repertoire, popularized by bands like 2 Live Crew. In addition, the project glorifies their excellent artistic influences from bands like Sly & The Family Stone, De La Soul, Vulfpeck, The Brand New Heavies, MF Doom, and James Brown. 
Hip Hop flow is the perfect guiding thread for “Check it out y'all Remix”. The small interventions of the MC are totally consistent with the artistic objective of this new remix.
The Funktastic Players proposal is just the beginning of a project that promises to achieve an important position in the music industry. Hopefully they will continue to surprise us with new unique musical combinations such as the one presented in “Check it out y'all Remix”.
La marca musical Funktastic Players de Maryland, USA están promocionando su más reciente produción “Check it out y'all Remix”. La banda dirigida por el productor musical David Williams está enfocada en develar una sonoridad diferente tanto para este canción como para el estilo de la música urbana. 
Funktastic Players es nuevo sello artístico que pretende promover una fusión musical moderna que combina sonidos clásicos del Funk con elementos del moderno Hip Hop norteamericano. El proyecto está enfocado en hacer llegar sus producciones a una audiencia diversa, pero cercana al ambiente del Jazz-Funk instrumental. 
Check it out y'all Remix” es una atractiva mezcla de diferentes sonoridades de géneros musicales como el Jazz, el Soul, el Funk, y el Rap. La canción revela el gusto musical de los músicos involucrado en la grabación. El funky groove del drums, el bajo, y la guitarra le ofrecen al track un sonido muy ameno y peculiar. Los giros jazzísticas del saxofonista y las combinaciones armónicas del piano crean una atmósfera única y exquisitas. 
El remix  glorifica sus excelentes influencias artísticas de bandas como Sly & The Family Stone, De La Soul, Vulfpeck, The Brand New Heavies, MF Doom, y James Brown. Además el proyecto revive con buenas vibras Check it out y'all”, una de las canciones más relevantes del repertorio de Hip Hop norteamericano. 
El flow del Hip Hop es el perfecto hilo conductor de Check it out y'all Remix”. La pequeñas intervenciones del MC son totalmente coherentes con el objetivo artístico de este nuevo remix de esta canción popularizada por bandas como 2 Live Crew
La propuesta de Funktastic Players es sólo el comienzo de un proyecto que promete alcanzar un puesto importante en la industria musical. Esperemos que nos sigan sorprendiendo con nuevas combinaciones musicales únicas como la presentada en “Check it out y'all Remix”.

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