NEW ALBUM – SEPTEMBER 2022
BARE STAMMINA RIDDIM
(PROD BY: BUCKY JO)
1) TIPPA IRIE – TEACH DEM IN THE DANCEHALL
2) PAPA LEVI – HAVE AH VOICE
3) DADDY FREDDY – NAME HAFFI CALL
4) MARSHALL LEY – NEW WORLD ORDER
5) REAL AFRICAN – CAAN GET WE OUT
6) RICKY RANKING – WIN SOME DOLLA
7) RAS TRIUMPHANT – GIMMI SOME HERB
8) ISTAN – DEADLY SPOT CHECK
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Greetings, my DJ family.
I wanted to share some new music with you from some HOT new stars outta the UK. This is a new lovers rock tune that I produced from the Empress Shniece called “Can’t Be With You Tonight.” Video soon come!
Also, check this new full album from a shiny new star from the UK, Ricardo King.
Click the links above for your private DJ download.
2021 has been a big year of new projects for me as well! Get ready for a brand new full length album from Yours Truly to be released before the end of 2021. It’s called “I’m An African” and features collabos from several amazing artists. It will be one for the record books. And in 2022, my official autobiography will be released through Jacaranda. Cyaan stop Jah works!
Out 25th June 2021
An album of reggae collaborations with artists spanning four continents and seven decades of recording experience, featuring House of Shem, Tippa Irie, BLVK H3RO, Inner Circle, Pablo Rider, KIOKO, Gilly G, Slinger, Winston Francis, Leno Banton and General Zooz (Reggae Rajahs)
Following 2019’s critically acclaimed original album ‘For The Many’, on 25th June UB40 release Bigga Baggariddim, an incredible celebration of the genre they love and a seminal reggae collaborations album.
Over 35 years after the original Baggariddim album, UB40 have reunited with artists who appeared on the 1985 album and collaborated with new, diverse reggae talent from around the world, who sing and deejay over cuts of the same rhythms. It was in cities like UB40’s hometown of Birmingham where people from different ethnic backgrounds first learnt to live with one another, giving rise to multi-cultural Britain. It’s therefore natural for UB40 to collaborate with artists of differing nationalities, ages and cultural backgrounds, as well as those sharing the same roots as themselves.
“We really enjoy collaborations and this is a natural progression from the original Baggariddim, only more international, and a perfect companion to our last album For The Many because it uses the same rhythms/backing tracks, but features some of the reggae friends we’ve met and worked with around the world.” – Robin Campbell, UB40