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Riddim Magazine #95 incl. Riddim CD
Free At Last! In the last Newslettah of the year, we would like to point out the new RIDDIM, whose cover is none other than Buju banton ed. The issue in Jamaica deals among others with the State of Emergency, which has been imposed on parts of the island since the beginning of 2018 and still leaves travelers insecure. It's about how it feels Gangs through the years changed and have escaped the control of the state and police. In addition, the phenomenon of the Lottery scammers lit up for several years Montego Bay unsettling and increasingly affecting dancehall. Another special is about traveling in the Caribbean, once in the Jamaican Treasure Beach and once after Dominika to the World Creole Music Festival.
Musically, the 95 has. RIDDIM edition of course also has a lot to offer: The dancehall artist Spice is a sexy feminism attested - or was it feminine sexism? Kumar explains why he got off at Raging Fyah. The bass voice of TOK, Bay-C, talks about his solo debut. Various King Addies-Selectors from Danny Dread to Babyface to KingPin review the last 35 years of sound history. The death of Joseph Hoo-Kim is occasion, the history of his Channel One Roll up studios. Manudigital explains how he thickened his digital compositions with contemporary references, without neglecting the vintage idea. Felukés Dealing with his cancer has manifested on his "Insight" EP to a motivational speech. newcomer Koffee tells of her major deal, her priorities, her responsibilities and who needs whom more, Jamaica she or she Jamaica.
Buju Banton - Free At Last
Made in Jamaica
Gangster, swindler & the police
Riddim CD #95 - Tracklist
01. Buju Banton - Mighty Crown Dubplate Mix
02. Reemah - Givwe Thanks Every Day
03. Kumar - It's Alright
04. Bay-C - My Love Away
05. Feluké - Revolution
06. Teka & Cali P - Baddest
07. Bermooda - Immortal
08. Spice - Black Hypocrisy
09. King Addies - Dubplate Mix
10. Manudigital feat. Red Fox - Bye Bye Boom Boom
11. Dub Spencer & Trance Hill - Jingle Bells Dub
12. Heavyball - Internet Detective
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