Welcome to Play bar’s Benny Hinn & his ‘first edition’ of a weekly trawl through-out the world’s big wide web for fat beats.

You will be more than likely to hear a few of these tunes being spun by the Hinn & crew at Play Bar on any given weekend :)


I thought I’d start with this first tune from one of New Zealands finest, the man NORMSKI, fresh after his set at PLAY last Sunday. It’s a dope little number…

Classic little party number that again was dropped by Mr. Normski over the weekend… Got everyone movin’

Thanks to DJ T.Rice for this tasty reccomendation… Can’t go wrong with the Pharcyde…

The super tallented Qdup is back with a bit of a break thumpa :)

Qdup is no stranger to the Fort Knox Recordings family, he has appeared on multiple releases over the past few years, remixing the likes All Good Funk Alliance, Nappy Riddem and Fort Knox Five. Qdup has also become part of the Fort Knox stable of DJs, rocking clubs and festivals nationwide and throughout Canada. A well accomplished producer and remixer, Qdup also has releases on Bombstrikes, Goodgroove, ESL Music, Bombastic Jam, Ghetto Funk, Breakbeat Paradise, Royal Soul and his own Qdup Records.

Qdup’s, “Let’s Go EP” features DC native Flex Mathews on vocal duties to great effect. Flex’s old school party rocking lyrics on “Rock On It” are the perfect compliment to Qdup’s G-Funk meets Future Go-Go style beat. “Let’s Go” keeps the party vibe going with a funky, bass heavy hip-hop cut with clever rhymes and an infectious hook that’s sure to get people moving. Greek remixer Basement Freaks slowed down the tempo and turned up the horn-laden funk beats of “Rock On It”. Nynfus Corporation from Budapest, Hungary turn “Let’s Go” into a funky bass driven mid-tempo breaks banger. Texas’ own funky breaks master DJ Love pumps up the tempo on his remix of “Let’s Go” turning it into a head nodding funk workout.

The EP comes DJ friendly and ready to rock with full vocal and instrumental mixes on all of the tracks. As a veteran DJ himself, Qdup knows how to make beats for the dancefloor and this release has them all, from breaks and funk to hip-hop and future go-go, its all here.

Nice little re-werk from “Se7en Deadly Breaks” of Defkline & Red Polo – Superman

To finish up this week I stumbled across this little gem with some awesome key work, titled Drifting Back (Original Mix) by Genius Of Time… Have a great week :)