Archiv für August, 2012

[Video] Konshens – Gunshot a fire

Veröffentlicht: 31 August, 2012 in 4. Miscellaneous
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Konshens new video to Gunshot a fire.

Stereo Steppers from Sweden, well known for their awesome Garnett Silk Tribute Mix, did it again! A brandnew one artist Mixtape dedicated to the Wild Apache aka Super Cat!

Download it via Soundcloud, you won’t regret it!


1. Intro
2. Boops
3. Big & Ready
4. Experienced Lover
5. Deejay Daddy
6. How Cat Go America
7. Dance Inna New York
8. Mandela Land
9. Dolly My Baby (ft. Trevor Sparks)
10. Oh It´s You
11. Terminator
12. Cabbin Stabbin (ft. Nicodemus, Jr Demus & Jr Cat)
13. How Yuh Pretty So
14. Sit Down Pon It
15. Too Greedy
16. Jah Run Tings
17. Love Got A Hold
18. Move Up
19. Pops
20. Come Down
21. Sweets For My Sweets
22. Think Me Come Fi Play
23. Under Pressure
24. Crazy Love
25. Jamaica Jamaica
26. Walkathon
27. Coke Don
28. Them No Care
29. Permit Fi Gun
30. Hell A Go Come
31. Cry Fi Di Youths
32. Trash And Ready
33. Don Dada
34. Tun It Over
35. Fight Fi Power
36. Bubble & Wine
37. Abc
38. Girlstown
39. Scalp Dem
40. Must Be Bright
41. Ghetto Red Hot
42. Nuff Man A Dead
43. Dem No Worry We (ft. Heavy D)
44. Sandokan
45. Chalice A Lick
46. Mud Up
47. Vineyard Style
48. Word, Sound & Power
49. Ride & Shut Off

Sentinel on the Summerjam 2012

Veröffentlicht: 31 August, 2012 in 4. Miscellaneous
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A little bit late with this, but maybe some of you haven’t seen this yet.

Sentinel turned this years Summerjam into a madhouse!

[Download] Beastie Revolution

Veröffentlicht: 31 August, 2012 in 2. Downloads
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Beastie Boys Remixed; 100% Reggae Riddims, Dancehall, Roots, Digital Dub.
Mixed by DJ i.e. of Up-Cut Sound. Giving proper respect to the legendary B-Boys,
inna Reggae flavor. Bridging the two powerful sounds of the Beastie Boys with the Power and Sound of the dub backbeat. All remixes were performed live and mixed down in a ‚dubplate style‘ with a hope to give an organic mash up without making it glossy and overproduced. House party style! It’s been a rough year with the passing of Adam Yauch so I found it necessary to celebrate life in the Rasta way, with Music.

1-Root Down x Water Scale Interigation- Prince Jammy
2-Looking Down A Barrel of a Gun x Drifter Riddim- King Tubby
3-So What Cha’ Want x Bonx It Version- Ganglords
4-Pass The Mic x Turtle Riddim- MAFFI
5-UNITE x Bronshoj Riddim- MAFFI
6-Body Movin’ x Killer Beez Riddim- Keepleft Records
7-Super Disco Breakin x Action Riddim- JAM2
8-Intergalactic x Yellow Monkies Riddim- Equiknoxx
9-Sure Shot x School Bell Riddim- Keepleft Records
Shake Your Rump x Bam Bam (the sequel) Riddim- Cliff Ray
10-Stop That Train x Stop That Train Riddim- Raggedy Joe
11-Car Thief x Hell Ago Come- Ottey’s All Stars
12-No Sleep Til Brooklyn x RDF Dub- Ragga Dub Force
13-The Move- Regentropfen Riddim- Soul Force
14-Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win x Cosa Nostra Riddim- Ward 21

Gabriel Heatwave gave Stylo Gs „Call Me A Yardie“ the special Heatwave treatment and refixed it on 15 different Riddims.


Nice exclusive interview with Salaam Remi by Large Up.

“Most people didn’t even know I exist, and I don’t want them to,” Salaam Remi says. “‘Know my name if you gotta write it on a check’ has been my motto for a long time.” Readers of album credits know the low-key Remi as the guy who put the Fugees, Amy Winehouse, Jasmine Sullivan and Miguel on the map with career-launching hits, and as Nas’ most reliable collaborator for the last decade. The son of Trini-Bajan music producer and veteran promotions man Van Gibbs, Salaam is also behind the most artistically successful hybrids of hip-hop and reggae, from his 1992 remix of Super Cat’s “Ghetto Red Hot” to his recent work with Spragga Benz, and his sublime flip of vintage Super Cat track “Dance Inna New York” on Nas’ “The Don.” His catalog is stacked with remixes so definitive that the originals are no longer even a thought (see Ini Kamoze’s “Here Comes the Hotstepper,” a U.S. No. 1 single after Salaam got his hands on it).

Raised in New York City, Salaam has, since 2001, been based in Miami. He recently invited LargeUp to the private studio he calls Instrument Zoo for a rare look at the creative den where he laid the foundation for Back to Black with Amy Winehouse, and crafted the tracks that make up the heart of Nas’ Life is Good. Head over to Okayplayer today for even more of our interview with Salaam, and get back with us tomorrow for the stories behind his most classic records.

Head over to Large Up to read the interview.

Brandnew Video to Chronixx‘ Tune Behind Curtain.