With “Rap Da Silva” Daniel Haaksman releases the first single from his “Rambazamba” debut-album, which will be released May 16th, 2011.

“Rap Da Silva” is a classic baile funk tune, originally sung by Bob Rum. In the Daniel Haaksman version sung by Brasilian MC Bani Silva, the Brasilian anthem gets its 2011 update. With a funky offbeat, a 1980s synth line and the great, deep voice of Bani Silva, the classic receives an amazing new treatment.


The single comes with a banging remix from French beatmaitre BIG DOPE P from super ghetto label Moveltraxx. Another remix is provided by Paris and Berlin based analog wizards ACID WASHED from Record Makers, who shaped „Rap Da Silva“ into a deep Italo Disco shape. The bonus track is “The Bass That Ate My Mami” – Haaksman´s ode to the low-end sound legacy of Miami Bass.


ARMAND VAN HELDEN “Big Dope Remix and The Bass That Ate Miami – FTW!”
DIPLO: “Haha, classic! Nice job, Dan!”
CROOKERS: “Po po po!”
SINDEN: “Great vibe, this is a jam! I love it!”
FEADZ: “Been playing the original a lot – it´s a hit”
MIXHELL: ” Daniel still represents Baile funk essentials with credibility!”
LARRY TEE “Original Is Smoking!”
EMYND: “Good stuff!”
RITON “Love the Big Dope P remix”
CHERNOBYL “Really like the EP”
JERRY BOUTHIER: “Love it! Will try to use in one of Vivienne Westwood shows – she loves Baile Funk

Get Daniel Haaksman’s “Rap Da Silva” ft. Bani Silva for free on the Man Rec Facebook page! http://tinyurl.com/6cqnzx5


    1. Yeah..unless you gonna pay us to do a an analysis of it..lol…man, this blog is about paying dues to stuff we like, we ain’t journalists, just mere bloggers but all is <3 dude..

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