Mit ‘Adde Instrumentals’ getaggte Beiträge


Ich selbst hatte noch nicht die Zeit, in das Album reinzuhören, aber wenn Dancehall-Superstar Poppy ein neues Album auf den Markt dropt, dann ist das definitiv einen Post auf dem Blog wert!

Where We Come From is the debut album from Jamaican superstar Popcaan. Executive produced by Dre Skull and featuring productions from Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jamie Roberts, Anju Blaxx and Adde Instrumentals, Popcaan’s first full length offering sees his signature melodies and uplifting tones on thirteen original tracks. As musicologist Wayne Marshall writes,

“Where We Come From” gives voice, as the best reggae does, to the contradictions of life in a society rife with inequities and yet so rich. Whether odes to the ghetto or the good life, Popcaan’s lyrics bring realist portraits and utopian visions into dynamic tension. Songs about struggle and sex and happiness occupy the same space because they do. And whatever the topic, Popcaan’s infectious positivity comes through.”

Read the full essay:

Video for Popcaan’s huge hit „Ravin“ on Adde Instrumentals Riddim called Summer Time.

Everyones favorite Radio-Voice, Journalist, Dubplate-Engineer and Dancehallqueen Ursula „Munchy Münch did an Interview with Adde Instrumentals from Sweden, the man behind such big Kartel tunes like Summer Time, Bike Back and Open Up, for

He’s also known from the group Stockholm Highgrades.

How did you get to work with Vybz Kartel?
I sent two beats to different e-mail adresses I thought could be Vybz Kartel. I got a reply from one of them basically saying: „I want the beats, are you selling them? Please send me all the files“. I replied that if he was the real Vybz Kartel, then I wanted him to follow me on twitter. He asked me what I´ve been smoking and so on. Got a new mail a week after that was a demo of „Bike Back“ recorded straight to the mic in his macbook. Sounded so distorted I couldn´t even tell it was him. I thought it was a just an impersonator. A couple of minutes later I received a video of Kartel saying „stop acting like a child and send me the files“. And so I did. A few hours later, „Bike back“ recorded, mixed, and out on Youtube.

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