My latest mixes have been dedicated to certain themes such as one drop hip-hop and modern ska.
My new mix – Riding the Reggae Train in 2010 – is instead a lot more diversified and ranges over several reggae genres and offers a little something for everybody. One drop, dubstep and dancehall all comes together for this treat.
The mix is built on six different riddims from producers hailing from Switzerland, Denmark, France and the Netherlands. The artists are both veterans and newcomers and are mainly from Jamaica with a few exceptions.
As usual – Riding the Reggae Train in 2010 is a continuous mix with no full tracks and some added sound samples. If you like what you hear, please support the artists and the labels and purchase the tunes. Most of them are easily available as mp3, vinyl or CD.
Artist – song title (label – riddim)
1. Fantan Mojah – The Majesty Don’t Please (Weedy-G – Jaguar)
2. Luciano & Spectacular – Be Yourself (Weedy-G – Jaguar)
3. Skarra Mucci – Jah Blessings (Weedy-G – Jaguar)
4. Mystic MC – Water Drop (Burton – Water Drop)
5. Alec Burton – Water Dub (Burton – Water Drop)
6. Konshens – The Way Life Goes (Bombist – Hustlin’)
7. Peetah Morgan – Di Government (Bombist – Hustlin’)
8. J-Boog – Coldest Zone (Bombist – Hustlin’)
9. Benaïssa – Sodom and Gomorra (JahSolidRock)
10. Mikey General – Jah Jah Have the Handle (JahSolidRock)
11. Mikey General – Jah Jah Have the Handle Dub (JahSolidRock)
12. Alborosie – Rainy Day (dubstep remix) (Soul Vybz – Sunrise)
13. Luciano – Business Lock (dubstep remix) (Soul Vybz – Sunrise)
14. Soul Vybz All Stars – Sunrise Version Dub (dubstep remix) (Soul Vybz – Sunrise)
15. Konshens – War Straight (Roots Survival – Protection)
16. Polyfamous & Gyptian – It’s Amazing (Roots Survival – Protection)
17. Mr. Diamond – Be Careful (Roots Survival – Protection)