|Single by Brick|
|from the album Good High|
|B-side||"Southern Sunset" (7")
"Music Matic" (12")
|Released||July 6, 1976|
|Format||7" single, 12" single|
|Genre||Disco, Funk, Jazz|
|Length||3:23 (radio edit)
5:35 (full version)
Robert E. Lee
"Dazz" is a hit song by R&B/funk band Brick. "Dazz" is a combination of disco, funk and jazz, hence the title, "Dazz," a combination denominator for "Disco Jazz." Released in 1976 from their Good High album, it would become their biggest hit, spending four weeks at the top of the R&B singles chart and reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. This song has been heavily sampled by hip-hop artists including MC Lyte in her "Cold Rock A Party" single, Ice Cube's "No Vaseline", Dana Dane "Cinderfella Dana Dane" (1987) and Snoop Dogg in his song "Snoopafella" (1999).
- Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 78.
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