Part Armand Van Helden, part Ron Jeremy, the Miami-based porn star (allegedly)-turned-DJ has been snapped up by Hot Creations to deliver some swinging Floridian ghetto funk to pasty-faced Europeans—although we're damned sure that "Jesse Don't Sport No Jerri Curl" is little more than an amalgam of Doug Lazy's 1989 hip-house classic, "Let It Roll," and Sugar Bear's "Don't Scandalize Mine." There's no denying "Jerri Curl" is fizzing with energy, but hip-house's first coming was a short-lived phenomenon for a good reason. It was mostly pretty arse.
"Dejen De Comer Tanta Pinga" (Spanish is not my forte, but I think it means "Stop Eating So Much Dick"), is infinitely more palatable, despite the name. Spinning around a marching bass loop, a baritone voice repeats the title between a compressed synth squelch and the thunk of the cowbell. It proves that behind the one-track mind and potty mouth, there is something to work with here.