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The Pow Pow Triology

The Pow Pow Triology

The Pow Pow Triology

By Camille Monchicourt on Wednesday, January 16, 2008 - 3 comments

German Pow Pow productions presents its new riddims and comes back on his work with Anthony B, Jah Mason and Turbulence with this compilation due out in February.


The Pow Pow Triology coverGerman label and sound system Pow Pow is about to release a new compilation titled The Pow Pow Triology including its two upcoming riddims, Follow and Ruff & Tuff.

In 15 tracks, this 3 artist album features new songs from roots to dancehall as Turbulence’ Balance, Anthony B’ Come Back or Jah Mason’ I Gave You My Loving. The compilation also includes various Pow Pow 7’ productions from 2003 to 2006 with the 3 Jamaican singjays on vocals. A good occasion to come back on some of the best new roots productions of the major German reggae label including their first 2003 Shanty Town riddim, 2004 Blaze and Superior riddims, and 2006 First Sight.

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Posted by Ashera12k on 01.17.2008
juss wanted tu say a big thanks for the "heads up " on this release, someone had told me about it being in the pipeline a while ago, but that was all I'd heard..will definitely be lookin out for this ....

One Love
Stay Blessed..

Posted by Camille on 01.17.2008
Yes it is a good compilation that will be released the first week of February including their good productions on new roots riddims until 2003 with some new stuff. Big up Pow Pow !

Posted by CONRAD MONERVILLE on 03.24.2016
Dear sir/madame,i am a Jamaican living in Australia. Rastafari is my guide. Can you grant us your favor by achieving the Ruff & Tuff album? PowPow production owns the label. Can i also get the instrumental version as well? We promoting rastaman music overseas to a large audience not on money making prospects but,for recognition. Please,accept our requests to strengthen our roots and culture. Thank you in the name of highly I.

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