Thursday, December 4, 2008



WWW, November 2008 - A more-than-up tempo Steppers, two vocalists and a Dub: This must be Roots Ministry's presentation of the JAH Army Riddim and so it is!

It takes the German based Sound System just five minutes to get us straight into the groove of this militant, hard hitting Steppers tune.

Jah Melodie and Zoro chant down Babylon once more and once again, after which we go deeper with a small portion of the energizing DUB version in which the minimalistic Drumbeat becomes even more harder than before.

Keep an eye on this riddim: there must be more and more who want to chant some more!


1. Jah Melodie - Jah Army
2. Zoro - Killing Fields
3. Iyah One - Version



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