Released in 1983 on the label Personal Records, “Din Daa Daa” by George Kranz quickly became a hit on the club scene and the breakdance culture. This classic dancefloor anthem features a percussive-driven sound that perfectly suited the breakdance style, with its super catchy hook, fresh percussions, and Kranz’s dynamic vocal performance.
Upon its release, “Din Daa Daa” received widespread acclaim for its infectious rhythm and Kranz’s unique vocal delivery. The song climbed the charts, reaching number 3 on the US Dance Chart and number 22 on the UK Singles Chart.
The track instantly became a staple track for many breakdancers, the track’s unique rhythm and percussion providing a perfect beat for dancers to showcase their moves.
The combination of these sounds creates a rhythm that perfectly suited the breakdance style, which played a massive role in making it one of the most recognisable dance tracks of all time, and establishing it as an enduring classic.
Written by: HMR