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Shimmy Shimmys The Large kam heute mit einem neuen Mix namens Fresh Fruit um die Ecke, der es mir sehr angetan hat.

Den Mix kann man sich ganz einfach über Soundcloud downloaden oder streamen. Viel Spaß!

Tracklist:

CHRONIXX – ODD RAS
MAVADO – TOUCH DOWN
CHAM – LAWLESS
BEENIE MAN – THE GUM
WARD 21 – CALENDAR
KONSHENS – DRINK & RAVE
I OCTANE – GYAL A GIMME BUN
XTC – FUNCTIONS ON THE LOW (MURLO REMIX) vs PROJECT PAT & JUICY J (LARGE REFIX)
POPCAAN – MEDAL (ZJ LIQUID REFIX)
DOUSTER – CAJON
SCHLACHTHOFBRONX – PASSA PASSA
DRAKE & SHAGGY – FIND YOUR LOVE REMIX
MR VEGAS – BARE TINGZ
SPICE – NINCOMPOO
BUSY SIGNAL – BEDROOM BULLY
MAVADO – MARCH OUT
SO SHIFTY – DARKAS RIDDIM
AIDONIA – FI DI JOCKEY
J CAPRI & CHARLY BLACKS – WHINE & KOTCH
ZOELAH – WINE UP ON ME (MURLO REMIX)
ALL GOLD EVERYTHING (HDD ALL MACHEL EDIT)
JUS NOW – TUN UP
MURLO, SAMRAI & FOX – DOWNTOWN / UPTOWN
BUNJI GARLIN – SAVAGE
MACHEL MONTANO – BEND OVER
BUNJI GARLIN – DIFFERENTOLOGY
RIZZLA – BATTYJACK
JUSTIN & BEYONCE – END OF TIME (BRENMAR REMIX)
SCHLACHTHOFBRONX & TIMBERLEE – BASSDRUM
DJ SLIINK – PUT CHA BACK IN IT
MEEK MILL – YOUNG & GETTING IT (NICK CATCHDUBS REMIX)
DOUSTER – WINE RIDDIM INSTRUMENTAL
WALTER EGO & TRIM – SET OFF
SIZZLA – GIVE ME A TRY (TOP BILLIN REMIX)

Just found this exclusive Interview with the legendary Bunny Lee, done by The Large, one half of the DJ Duo Jim Bones & The Large and editor of the incredible Shimmy Shimmy Blog.

Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee is one of the most influential and pivotal producers in the history of Jamaica, and the history of popular music. With a career spanning over 40 years, his contribution is undeniable: breaking some of reggae’s biggest names, having a literal and metaphorical hand in the creation of dub, and pioneering the deejay sound that would later form the backbone of rap music. I was asked to interview Striker a while back now by Westbury, his publisher, and after about 3 days of waiting round and re-arranging times due to Bunny’s hospital visits, we finally met up in a bar in Brixton. It turned out to be a pretty unbelievable afternoon – we were interrupted by Niney the Observer, only then to be gatecrashed by Tappa Zukie, and it all ended up with me singing ‘Natty Dread A Weh She Went’ in his face (he asked for it, literally). Dressed in a full red suit and his signature fisherman’s hat, the 70-year-old producer has some serious stories to tell. I have tried to touch the tip of the reggae iceberg…

Read the Interview over at Shimmy Shimmy.