Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Lyrikill - Flow Production - SpringlineJamaica

Lyrikill. Out Now!

Pictured : the pre release disc available at budget price from the on title above to go to store..Also available with full artwork..more info below..

Voiced by Lyrikill - Rhythm tracks by Flow Prod - Produced by Paul 'Gibsy' Gibbs

"Constructive Seduction" the debut album on CD available our store.

Get it before it's released to the stores!

The album will also be available in mp3 download at iTunes & Amazon in October

Lyrikill inna da place

Presenting Lyrikill "Constructive Seduction" SJ008

Available on CD in 2 presentations .. at 2 prices ..
Complete with artwork in Jewel case or just fully printed CD in paper sleeve. Signed to SpringlineJamaica a few months back ,SpringlineRecords presents the debut album from Matthew 'Lyrikill' Davis. Featuring 13 top tunes covering a variety of reggae groove and genre with good old rubba dub style and lovers roots fashion through to soca and goodtime swing
with Lyrikill riding pon the superb Flow Prod riddims. This album has already been receiving wide acclaim and support in Lyrikill's home state of Georgia in the US. He's currently playing out live and direct each weekend at a well known venue in deejay style and in the process securing dozens of orders for the pre release album disc (only available at the Springline store) This is one top cool ruling album to buy for your queen and princess. It's dancing in fine style. Look out for the album press pack that could be finding it's way to your inbox shortly featuring a selection of tunes from the album and info.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Rankin' Joe – The Bionic DJ

When mentioning the pioneering DJ's of the 70's, usually the names of U-Roy, Prince Jazzbo, King Stitt, Dennis Alcapone, and others spring to mind first, but Ranking Joe is another of these artists that deserves better recognition for his talent and contribution to reggae music over the years.
Born Joseph Jackson, in Kingston, Jamaica, July 1st, 1959, he was introduced in to the music business while at Tarrant Junior Secondary School in Kingston, where he performed in the school concerts and won local talent contests back in the mid-70's. As he grew up he participated in stage shows and parties in different Jamaican parishes for veteran singer/promoter Jackie Brown. His first performing name was as "D.J. Jolly", and he performed with well know artists like Horace Andy, Dennis Brown, Bingy Bunny, Bongo Herman , and Keith Poppin. At the age of 15, he went to one of Studio One's Sunday auditions and what resulted was his first big hit "Gun Court", using the Larry Marshall "Mean Girl" riddim, and produced by Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd. This release also came with a name change to "Little Joe". The success of this recording led to more producers becoming interested in his work and as a result he cut more records for different producers such as Bunny Lee where he did "Old Tradition". "Honda 750" he cut for Pete Weston. "Psalm 54" and "Jacket" were recorded with the help of Watty Burnett. "Stop Your Coming And Come", came courtesy of Sly and Robbie and "Natty BMW" he did with Bunny Diamond. He also cut "Shine Eye Girl" and "Natty Never Get Weary" for Sonia Pottinger's famous High Note label. After these he went on to record for 'Prince' Tony Robinson who advised him to again change his name, and so he became Rankin' Joe. He worked alongside Robinson and had hit records such as "A You Mr. Fennigan", and made an LP of the same name. Through his association with Robinson he was also introduced to the King of DJ's U-Roy, and left Ray Symbolic Hi Fi were he had been DJing with Jah Screw for the past few years, to work on U Roy's legendary King Stur-Gav Hi-Fi Sound System, the most popular sound system in Jamaica at that time. It was here he developed his original style of fast rapping and tongue twisting that is known as Bang-Dilly.
Joe's string of successes kept rolling with an introduction to Joe Gibbs next, for whom he did the singles "Leave Fe Me Girl Arlene" and "Bald Head Bridge", which was a collaboration with Culture. The latter was released as a disco 12" 45 record and is one of the best extended mixes of the "rockers" period of the late 70's. In 1977, he was voted the most popular DJ of that year, both for his records, which were constantly in the charts, and his performances on King Stur-Gav. In 1978-79 he was approached by top dancehall producer Henry 'Junjo' Laws for the Volcano Label. Here he recorded an album titled "Saturday Night Jamdown Style", which was released by Greensleeves and VP Records to much success.
1980, was a busy year with the release of "Dub It In A Dance", a self produced LP, "Natty Superstar" for Gibbs and "Shaolin Temple Zion High" with Black Uhuru and Dennis Brown, who also produced, while King Tubby did the mixing. He was also offered a deal to tour London for the first time with original soundsystem Ray Symbolic alongside promoter Errol Dunkley and Jah Screw the Selector. In 1981-82 he toured America, Canada, Germany, and the West Indies. He then married and moved to New York where his musical output dropped off with just some sporadic releases and production work such as Frankie Paul & Leroy Sibbles "The Champions Clash" in 1985.He remained rather quite for the next 20 years until in 2005 he released "World In Trouble" after enjoying something of a resurgence thanks to Blood and Fire's 2003 release "Zion High", a collection of some of his vintage tracks, plus the good work he had performed with the Version City Rockers, as well as the Easy Star Allstars, where he appeared on two tracks of their ambitious remake of Pink Floyds "Dark Side of the Moon" titled "Dub Side of the Moon". Off the back of these successful releases he has started back working more regularly with a host of new and diverse reggae artists such as Jah Warrior, Twilight Circus, Jahtari and my personal faves Mungos Hi Fi.

Alborosie – Escape from Babylon

Don’t know what your opinion is of white singers trying at emulating their black singing inspirations, but Italian reggae artist Alborosie, since moving to Jamaica, has established himself as a highly credible artist in this field. This album is a follow up to last years “Soul Pirate”, which apart from ‘Herbalist’ I’m afraid to say I’m not familiar with.
The LP much like Buju Banton’s new release (reviewed back in June) sees Alborosie taking a trip back in time to the classic roots and dancehall days of the late 70’s with inspiration coming from the likes of Bob Marley, Burning Spear, Steel Pulse and Black Uhuru while giving it a modern twist. Lyrically the LP is a mixture of political comment ‘America’ and ‘Money’ (complete with Horace Andy ‘Root of all Evil’ sample), unity ‘One Sound’, the ‘erb ‘No Cocaine’ and fun ‘Mama She Don’t Like’, which is a down tempo, ska style track. This track indeed given enough airplay in the right quarters could easily crossover I feel and become one of the sounds of the summer.
Overall a good LP and I liked Alborosie’s wide range of vocal delivery which helps to keep the listeners interest.
Oh and I just love those cartoon style covers

Cymande - Funky Souls

Cymande (Sah-mahn-day), were a diverse band who released three LPs on the Chess Records Janus subsidiary between 1972 and 1974. The group first formed in 1971 in London, England, and contained musicians from Guyana and Jamaica. They had a funky style, infused with calypso rhythms, jazz, African music and soul with just a touch of rock for good measure. The name Cymande is derived from a Calypso word for Dove, which symbolizes peace and love, and perfectly encapsulated their "rasta/hippie philosophy".
Cymande were discovered accidentally by the producer John Schroeder, who was probably best known for his work on Helen Shapiro's 'Walking Back to Happiness' and Status Quo's 'Pictures of Matchstick Men' in a Soho, London club where they were rehearsing. He had turned up at the club hoping to catch a rock band he was interested in but the gig had been cancelled, and so he stumbled upon this unique collection of musicians instead. Suitably impressed he soon the band signed and recorded their initial single "The Message". The single was released and the track peaked at number 20 on the US R&B and Pop charts, unfortunately the single didn't fair quite so well here in the UK. This single was then followed by Cymande's self titled release in 1972.
On the strength of the success of "The Message" and subsequent LP release in the US they traveled to New York, and began a tour of the US supporting Al Green, as well as sharing a few bills with the Latin funk ensemble Mandrill. They also appeared at a few important venues, including The Apollo, and played a gig on US TV's popular Soul Train.
The band released two more LP's for Janus, "Second Time Round" and finally "Promised Heights", which shows Cymande developing their distinctive chilled funk/jazz sound, and was surprisingly not released in the US where they had achieved their initial success. "Promised Heights" included one of their best tracks, "Brothers on the Slide," along with "The Recluse," the down tempo jazz/funk of "Changes" and the slow funk churner of title tune "Promised Heights." Failure to build on the initial success of their first LP sadly meant that in 1974 the band decided to call it a day go their separate ways.
It wasn't until some 20 years later that they reaped any financial rewards, as their music became popular and widely sought-after by DJ's and funk aficionados alike as a source for samples and also with the emergence of the Rare Groove scene in London, to the point were they are one of the most sampled bands around. The track "Bra" has being sampled by De La Soul on "Change In Speak" from the seminal 3ft High & Rising and used as a breakbeat by the godfathers of hip-hop DJ Kool Herc and Grandmaster Flash, and "The Message" has been used by Brothers Like Outlaw, MC Solaar, King T, Kings Of Swing, Masta Ace, RRA, The Coup and Manchester's Ruthless Rap Assassins to name but a few.To say though that Cymande are just a great band for samples would be a complete injustice to the music that they have created and left behind. I find that they can be both energizing and calming (check out "Dove" for 11mins of pure chilled funky bliss) in equal measure, plus their lyrics are always searching for the positive and uplifting to the spirit, they always improve my day anyway. So don't just search out Cymande like some train spotter looking for their breaks, but listen to them as whole and take delight in their pure ratsafied, funky, soulful, jazzed up sound.....oh with a healthy splash of Africa thrown in....pure musical brilliance!


The UK’s only Reggae, Dub and Electronic Music Festival is back for 2009
After phenomenal success in 2008, organisers of the One Love Festival have announced that it is to return for a second time in 2009. Due to One Love Festival overwhelming popularity, East Sussex is now the proud home of UK’s only annual Reggae Camping Festival, bringing together the best in reggae, dub and electronic music and set in some of Sussex’s most spectacular landscape. Created in recognition of one of the worlds greatest ever rock gig, Bob Marley’s famous 1978 One Love concert, the One Love Festival is one of the highlights of the summer calendar and a one-of-a-kind experience.
One Love Festival is to be held from the 21st – 23rd August 2009, at their new home Blackstock Farm, Hellingly set deep in a valley in the heart of the countryside, against the spectacular 360 degrees backdrop of the South Downs. Just an hour’s train journey from London, and 5 minutes drive from the a22 so travel couldn’t be easier. One Love Festival is set within 70 acres of organic countryside that has a Farm Shop selling local farm produce and daily papers for the morning campers, with farm tours, and country meadow walks, Blackstock farm is a perfect new venue for One Love to grow year in, year out.
One Love will see the gathering of music fans to listen to 100’s of performing artists and visual DJs, playing a selection of Reggae, Dub, and Electronic music. Staged amongst four music areas, the festival will also bring a whole host of additional entertainment, including a new healing and green field area, body and soul tent, spoken word area, workshops and market stalls selling a range of craft and wares. With a huge variety of food and drink representing some of the world’s finest cuisines will be on offer.
This exciting new site also offers more 24-hour secure camping, doubling the campsite from last year. If you bring your kids along, there’s a separate family and quiet area that is secure and facilities include our award winning compost toilets.
One Love organiser Dan Wiltshire commented: “We’re delighted to have found a new home at Blackstock Farm and to be bringing the festival back as a annual event due to such overwhelming support and great feedback from our customers, we intend to grow the festival year in, year out, representing some of the UK’s biggest names in the genre, in such spectacular settings. This year’s festival will be bigger and better, with even more music and entertainment to suit all of our festival goers. We can’t wait!”
One of the most diverse and unique festivals in the UK, the One Love Festival offers something for everyone and is an experience that should not be missed. Bringing together all the facilities and allures of a large-scale event but with the personal touch of a small, independent occasion, it will be a weekend that won’t easily be forgotten. for further information

The Aggrolites IV - Review

The Aggrolites return with their mammoth 21 track 4th album, and if you thought they might of tired of that late 60’s early 70’s funky, reggae sound .…..well you’d be wrong. If you’ve had the pleasure to hear anyone of their previous 3 offerings then you can expect more of the same. I for one love ‘em and although their previous endeavours have never quite matched them for the thrills of catching them live, this one hits the mark more for me. So sometimes they can be a bit on the cheesy side, but this band isn’t here to change the world, they just wanna get down and party. Like they say ‘the band is playing, people are singing, gonna have a party tonight’ in ‘Wild Time’. IV I feel is their best LP yet, with minimum cheese and certainly their most soulful, which lends it‘s self well to lead singer Jesse Wagner’s style. Pick of this bunch are the Stax flavoured funk of opener ‘Firecracker’, instrumental groover ‘Soul Gathering’, ‘The Sufferer’ and the sweet rocksteady of ‘By Her Side’.
All in all a great blend of ska/funk/soul and reggae for people who like to party.

Full Tracklist:

Firecracker What A Complex
Wild Time
Feelin' Alright
The Sufferer
It's Time To Go
By Her Side
Brother Jacob
Musically On Top
Reggae Summertime
Ever Want To Try
Keep Moving On
Tear That Falls
Gotta Find Someone Better
Lick It Up
The Least I Could Do
Runnin' Strong
Precious And Few
Soul Gathering It's Gonna Be OK


The London Posse - British Hip Hop's Greatest?

Having aired a piece on the influence reggae had on the birth of hip hop in the US the other month reminded me of British act the London Posse, formed by Sipho the Human Beatbox, along with his friends Rodney P, Bionic and DJ Biznezz. They were one of the earliest groups on the British hip hop scene and first came to prominence as hip hop had a bit of surge in popularity in around 1987, along with the likes of fellow UK artists Derek B, the Cookie Crew and the Wee Papa Girl Rappers. Whilst Derek the Cookies and the Wee Papper Girls went for a more commercial sound the Posse had more of a ‘street’ edge and were strongly influenced by reggae, not just musically as heard in Bionic's ragga-tinged flows in particular, but also by the attitudes evident in the British reggae scene. "The Saxon Sound DJs always stressed the difference between England and Jamaica," Rodney P explains."The reggae thing was, 'We're English Jamaicans, our flex is different'. Men like Tippa Irie had already represented that, so we had their lead to take, and we just brought the same argument to Hip Hop."
When the band originally formed they could not come up with a name but whilst out on the road, appearing as a support act for Big Audio Dynamite, a moniker finally arrived. Rodney P recalls... "We didn't have a name when we went on the road, but we went to New York with Big Audio Dynamite, and we got called 'The London Posse' because we were the only group of English black kids in New York, and it stuck."
On their return, they released the single London Posse (Big Life, 1987), produced by Tim Westwood, which spoke of their experiences, and had a cover photo of the band taken in Leicester Square tube station.
After its release the Posse went back out on the road, and although all were happy with the single, cracks began to show in their relationship with each other. Sipho, the instigator of the bands making was ironically the first to jump ship, after receiving a job offer from Derek B. Next a deal with Big Life for more records fell through, followed by Biznezz slopping off. This left the Posse now as a duo of Rodney and Bionic to their own devices. "In a way it was a good thing," the rapper recalls, "because it got me and Bionic to focus back on the music. We were hungrier than ever. So we linked with Westwood again and made 'Money Mad', because that was the mentality at the time."
The single was recorded by Jive Records in-house engineer Bryan "Chuck" New at his home studio and compiled by the engineer from samples and song fragments brought to him by Bionic and Rodney, with the single becoming something of a calling card for the band.
On release the single caught the attention of Island subsidiary Mango, and led to the band being offered a chance to produce an LP. The duo were perhaps not quite ready to make an LP but jumped at the chance anyway. Rodney confesses, "We went in to do the album without knowing what the fuck we were doing. We had an idea of what we wanted, but we just got as close to it as we knew how, which wasn't really that close! When we left the studio every night we were happy with what we did, but it was never quite right. We recorded it in little bursts but over a quite concentrated period of time – maybe a month, month and a half. It didn't take very long. A lot of it was written long before we got the chance to record it. We had a million lyrics, literally. Lots and lots and lots of lyrics!"
The London Posse released 'Gangster Chronicle' in 1990, it was recorded cheaply by a band that hadn't demanded an astronomical advance, and as such returned a significant profit for Mango. The success of this LP also helped to bring a raft of their contemporaries to Mango, including Black Radical Mk II and Demon Boyz. Unfortunately despite this, and for whatever the strange reason the label was dropped by its parent company not long after. With the labels demise though, as a gesture of good will, Mango gave the masters back to the group.
London Posse then moved to Bullit, run by their manager Errol Bull. The group recorded a second album but could not afford to release it, so it was permanently shelved. This was because any money they received for their work was ploughed back into the record company instead, they released a selection of singles: "How's Life in London" (Bullit, 1993), "Supermodel" (Bullit, 1993) and "Style" (Bullit, 1996). Bionic moved into drum and bass, while Rodney P continued as a solo artist. He formed a partnership with DJ Skitz to host a BBC 1 Xtra radio show and released a solo album.
In 2001, Word Play Records reissued the album ‘Gangster Chronicles’, adding some later material such as "How's Life in London" and "Pass the Rizla".
It has to be said that the London Posse have to go down as one if not the most popular UK hip hop crews ever. This is despite only releasing only one album and having officially broken up way, way back. Over the years their popularity has not diminished, but rather a kind of mythology has grown up around their memory. At the time they first came out UK hip hop was flourishing in its first mini boom. Gunshot and Hijack were making big inroads into Europe and British artists were pioneering a distinctive sound, and fighting hard to be looked on with credibility and not as just some quirky gimmick compared with US artists. The London Posse went along way to breaking down those conceptions by bringing the more professional production values of New York and stepping up the UK's game, and in so doing gave British hip hop one of its most inspiring, enduring and memorable moments.

Alice Russell - Pot Of Gold

Whilst the rest of the world has been wetting itself and worrying about the condition of a certain Amy Winehouse another UK soultress, Alice Russell from Framlingham in Suffolk, has been quietly going about her business and delivered a fine piece of work in the shape of her 4th LP ‘Pot of Gold’, released by Six Degrees records last year. In fact her voice is so good it beggars belief that the likes of the afore mentioned Miss Winehouse and others, like Duffy and Adele have been picked up and made it big while she still dwells in relative obscurity. Her voice is strong and powerful with a good range and reminds me a bit of Marva Whitney especially on the Funky JB style ‘Hesitate’ and mellow laidback ‘Hurry on Now’.
The songs are a blend of all things good, in the shape of Soul, Funk and Jazz, with a hint at times of gospel. Perhaps it doesn’t quite have the commercial sound of others, but don’t let that detract from what still is a great LP that deserves better airplay.
Miss Russell also writes a lot of her own material, with two of the best opening the set 'Turn And Run' and 'Two Steps', which both have that quick tempo, driving Northern feel, with plenty of strings and brass. As you know if you’ve ever read any of my other soul reviews I’m more a fan of the faster paced soul tunes, but this girl can do ballads with style. The highlight of these must be the restrained and stripped down cover of Gnarls Barkleys ‘Crazy’, which you feel, is always about to come to the boil and overflow before it simmers back down into its dark and brooding sound.
‘Pot of Gold’ is a real hidden and proof that if Miss Winehouse should self combust the UK has more to offer than Duffy and Adele byway of good strong soulful singers, if you are prepared to look.

1 Turn And Run
2 Two Steps
3 Living The Life Of A Dreamer
4 Let Us Be Loving
5 Got The Hunger?
6 Lights Went Out
7 Crazy
8 Hesitate
9 Universe
10 Hurry On Now
11 All Alone



Dave Hillyard & The Rocksteady 7 – United Front

Dave Hillyard, as you may or may not know, is the saxophonist with The Slackers and this little instrumental side project was released way back in June 2003 (still available via do the dog ), and also features Slackers trombonist Vic Ruggerio. So if you are a fan of the The Slackers I think it’s safe to say you’ll like this.
It is a fine album of mainly laid back chilled out rocksteady / reggae style tunes with a few Latin and jazzy touches, though never falling into the ‘5 guys all playing a different song at the same time’ extravagance that I feel you can get with jazz..
There is a very pleasant standard old style reggae cover of Bob Marley’s “Duppy Conquer”, while “Come & Get Me” picks up to a ska pace, and features a nifty, jazzy guitar solo. Other notable tracks are “Love is Something”, a good ol’ funky chugger and “Another You” which has a bit of a swing and features some vocals.
Perhaps not a pure reggae vibe that some might expect, but their are plenty of top quality touches to stop the album becoming boring and keep your musical taste buds bristling.

Full Tracklist:

01. Song Of The United Front
02. Dump Conqueror
03. Baby
04. Far East
05. Come And Get Me
06. Love is Something
07. Another You
08. Old Days
09. Hillyard St. 2002
10. Blues For Dumas
11. Percussion Procession

Pama International - Outernational

The new album Pama Outernational has been mastered at John Dents Loud Mastering (the man behind the mastering of Island Rcds classic such as Bob Marley, Lee Perry and one of our all time favourite cuts Junoir Murvin's Police & Thieves.) The 12 track album, billed as "the heavyweight dub sounds of now" runs like this...

1.Equality & Justice For All
2.Dub A Disco
3.Are We Saved Yet?
4.I Still Love You More
5.Still I Wait
6.He's More Like His Father
8.Dub A Dance
9.Question The Answer
10.Trade It All For More
11.What You Do Now
12.Look Out Your Window

As the billing would suggest the mainstay of the albums direction is heavyweight dub sounds, but with Stax, Johnny Cash, Ken Parker, The Blockheads, Joe Gibbs & Peter Tosh also inspiring, you can expect a fairly mixed bag. Lynval Golding sings backing vocals throughout and takes lead on 'Question The Answer', whilst fellow member from The Specials, Sir Horace Panter takes bass duties on 'Dub A Disco' and also 'Question The Answer'.
After the success of last years 'Love Filled Dub Band' and having heard the great new single 'Happenstance', I for one am certainly looking forward to it's release!!

Pama Intl will be touring it Oct-Dec'09 to promote the album's release with dates just anounced at

October 2009
23rd - Poole Mr Kyps8 Parr St, Poole, BH14 0JY.
(01202) 748945

24th - Birmingham Sound Bar205-213 Corporation St, Birmingham B4 6SE.
(0121) 236 2220

28th - Derby The RockhouseBabington Lane, Derby, DE1 1SX.

29th - Sheffield CorporationTrafalgar Court, 2 Milton St, Sheffield, S1 4JU.
(0114) 276 0262

30th - Ulverston The RoxyBrogden Street Ulverston LA12 7AH. (0122) 958 2340

31st - Aberdeen Lemon Tree5 West North Street Aberdeen AB24 5AT.
(01224) 641122

Novemerber 2009

01st - Manchester The Deaf Institute135 Grosvenor St, Manchester, M1.
(0161) 276 9350

04th - London 100 Club release party100 Oxford St, London, W1D 1LL.
(020) 76360933

13th - Cardiff The Globe 125 Albany Road, Cardiff, CF24 3NS.
(029) 20230130

20th - Swindon 12 Bar179 Westcott Pl, Swindon, SN1 5HT.
(01793) 535 713

28th - Watchet The Mineral Line

29th - Bristol The TheklaThe Grove, East Mud Dock, Bristol, BS1 4RB.
(0117 929 3301)

December 2009
19th - Newcastle Live TheatreBroad Chare, Quayside, Newcastle, NE1 3DQ.
(0191) 232 1232

more tour dates hopefully tba shortly

Mungo's - To Release "Ruff Mi Tuff Riddim"

Released soon this month are 2 12"vinyl's featuring my fave riddim from the....
the first release includes the vocal from veteran Saxon Sound Boy....Tippa Irie.....with other vocals coming from.....
Omar Perry, Sister Carol, Bongo Chilli and Daddy Freddy
You can tune in now to "ThE sOUnD Of nOW" at live365 if you can't wait to hear these tracks, plus many more great tunes now!!
CAT NO: SCOB0018 & SCOB0019



Mungo’s Hi Fi ft. Tippa Irie – Ruff mi Tuff
Mungo’s Hi Fi ft. Omar Perry – Live in peace
Mungo’s Hi Fi – Ruff mi Tuff Riddim


Mungo’s Hi Fi ft. Daddy Freddy – Dread inna armagideon
Mungo’s Hi Fi ft. Sister Carol – Culture mi vote
Mungo’s Hi Fi ft. Bongo Chilli–Nuttin na gwaan

Other Forthcoming Releases Include:

Mungo’s Hi Fi – Fire Pon a Dubplate Itchy Robot – Playback [Release date – August 09]

Liquid Wicked ft. Joseph Cotton – The Governor Twisted – The Superpowers [Release date – September 09]


New to the internet airwaves is "BLESS UP RADIO" airing on live365.

It's a nice mix of revival and modern roots, hosted by Black Harmoney sound man Uncle Fee & Dutch Queen of Reggae Moni. In the near future Fee will be recording full radioshows with a bit of chat etc. Also they hope to enlist a few DJ friends, with shows on a Roots / Lovers style thing soon...

One of just a few of the killer new cuts that that can be heard on the station is Ratigan feat Mr Diamond 'Gun bag' it's really wicked, and is due to be released on 12th August, with a whole album to follow on the same riddim.....tune in to check it out first!

Other latest top sounds come from the likes of DJ Blackfoot & Junior Culture

"It's Time To Big Up the BLESS UP!!"


This dropped in to the office the other day go take a look
just click on the pic to go.....