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J Boog - Wash House Ting

J Boog - Wash House Ting

J Boog - Wash House Ting

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Solid third album from J Boog.

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Samoan-American singer J Boog has one of the best voices in the reggae business. Such great energy and passion. He grew up in Compton, LA, and later relocated to Hawaii where he teamed up with Wash House Productions.

J Boog - Wash House TingHe dropped his debut album already ten years ago, but it was in 2010 he broke big with his Let’s Do It Again on Don Corleon’s Major riddim. His second set Backyard Boogie was released the year after, but since then he has only released occasional singles and cuts on one riddim compilations.

Until last year. In early 2016 he dropped the five track EP Rose Petals, which has been nominated for a Grammy in the reggae category. It was the predecessor to his third album Wash House Ting.

This 14 track set features several previously released cuts, including two songs from Rose Petals. It also includes collaborations with top names such as Chaka Demus, Gappy Ranks, Buju Banton and Gramps Morgan from Morgan Heritage.

Wash House Ting is a solid set – although the sonic landscape could have been more powerful – with sweet melodies and catchy hooks and J Boog shines as usual. And he’s at the top of his game on slightly more militant songs like Lock It Off, Vex Me and Raggamuffin.

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