Tuesday, February 24, 2009



WWW, February 2009 -In this extremely danceable 1980's tune, we can hear how Jamaican Dancehall was fusing with American Hip Hop.

It was a time, wherein digital technology had entered the Jamaican studio's. A time, wherein Rub a Dub style had become Ragga had become Dancehall. An era that was introduced to Reagan's "War on Drugs" with the result that Jamaica was flooded with cokane and violence on an unprecedented level.

It was a time, wherein singer Papa San had not yet joined to so-called "Gospel Reggae Industry" and was making a name for himself in the then relatively new Dancehall/Rap market.

Dancehall Good To We is a true classic from that time and will be remembered by many.

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