Again, New Roots Selection with 16 pre-release jamaican singles. 40 minutes of conscious lyrics!
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-Arranged and produced by Bobby ‘Digital’ Dixon on a Java version from 2003, going into the new millennium. Everlasting!
Live My Life – Bushman
Chase Them Away – Morgan Heritage
If Jah Was Like Man – Buju Banton
Why Should – Sizzla
All Whats Going On – Anthony B
-The Horace Andy Skylarking, produced by Slam, engineers: Bulby & Fatta. A press from 2000, made in Jamaica.
Love Triangle – Anthony B
No Corruption – Anthony Red Rose
Judgement – Sizzla
Rise – Sugar Minott & Flourgon
-The Channel One classic “No Vacancy” on the Boot Camp label. A 2001 production by ‘Computer Paul’ Henton. Sufferah’s Music.
No Vacancy Pt. 2 – Sugar Minott & Louie Culture
Cycle – Cocoa Tea
Jealousy – Morgan Heritage
Foreign Crazy – Tony Rebel
-A 2000 riddim call Scorcher, on the 321 Strong label, produced by Syl Gordon & Gregory Colin ‘Causion’ Bailey.
Smile – Taffari
Blood A Run – Cocoa Tea
What Is To Be – Buju Banton & Anthony B
A Cultural Selection of some pre-release singles from 2001 and 2002. 20 Tunes in 42 minutes of musical pleasure.
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First the Babylon Riddim, mixed by Bubblers, produced by K. Edgehill and N. Joseph. A UK production from 2001 on the label Sirius Records.
Babylon – Errol Bellot
Must Get Free – Selah Collins
Make a Plan – Nereus Joseph
Strengthen the O.A.U. – African Simba
Then come Love Me For Me riddim, on the Village Roots Label. A Ian Samuels production from 2002.
Bad Mood – Luckie D
Jah Teach Dem – Sugar Minott
Rise Up – Natural Black
You Better Know – George Nooks
Third selection on the mix is the One In Ten riddim, a Jamaica production from the year 2002 on the Black Diamonds label.
One in Ten – Luckie D
Rise Up – Junior Reid
Why Must I suffer – Buju Banton
Top Shotta – Yami Bolo
And the last riddim, Swing Easy. A Chucky Million production from 2001 on MacDada label.
Jah Give Life – Yami Bolo
Freedom – Lukie D & Sugar Roy
Mountain Side – Norris Man
Whe Dem A Try – Jah Mali