Monday, August 9, 2010




WWW, August 2010 - Memories for one, essential Reggae Dancehall history for the other: it doesn't matter who you are, when you love Reggae the two gems offered by the UK based magazine "From the Wire" should be considered two very nice surprises. From the 1980's, when Rub a Dub turned into Ragga into Dancehall into what it has become today: two classics by the man Cutty Ranks.

The unmistakable early digital sounds from 1980's Jamaican Music shows just how far contemporary Dancehall has strayed from the iriginal concept of Reggae Music: to mention the fact that the sounds in this two crucial tunes was back in the days described as totally non-Reggae where the Roots is clearly recognizable today in 2010.

Cutty Ranks - Pon Mi Nozzle MP3
Cutty Ranks - Press The Trigger MP3

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