Supreme reflection in the dance
Every so often in dubstep comes along one of those tunes that steps everything up a gear. When and if released, it’s often in the form of a white label, making it even more special. In this case, it happens to be a remix by Montreal-based DJ/producer Jacques Green (fresh off the Radiohead ‘Lotus Flower’ rework). I have this on repeat: Jacques Greene - Motivation Granted, the...
Earth A Kill Ya
King Midas Sound - Earth A Kill Ya (Mala Remix) More to follow on this…
Joseph Stepper - Wife (Mama Riddim) Appreciation of Toni Sweets
Yuh don't need no riddim fi the intro!
Joker in the pack Sani Showbizz records his sardine/fart rant. Wittydancehall. It’s as good as Major Mackerel singing in Japanese… Major Mackerel in the studes recording Above: Major Mackerel recovering after his attack from a jealous neighbour with a samurai sword…maybe he chanted the following in a high pitched voice? Major Mackerel - Nuh Run Dun Man!
A mashup with style
Since Brooklyn dancehall producer and founder of label Mixpak, Dre Skull, dropped his best riddim yet with Kartel, ‘Go Go Wine’, it seems a lot of vocalists and DJs have been drawing inspiration from the banger. Relatively unknown MCs such as Makala (who’s got a Spanish ting going) and Trigga have made some (alright) cuts, but what got me sitting up real straight was a mashup of...