Toppa Top 10: The Best Caribbean Albums of 2011

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9. Midnite, King’s Bell (I Grade)

Already regarded by many as one of the best touring reggae bands in the world, St. Croix’s Midnite released an album to quiet non-believers in King’s Bell. Working for a first time with a Jamaican producer (Andrew “Bassie” Campbell), the group tapped Leroy “Horsemouth” Wallace, Earl “Chinna” Smith and Sticky Thompson, among other JA session legends, for musical contributions, and even released their first video (for “Mongst I&I”), while Vaughn Benjamin’s lyrics on the New World Order provided much food for thought on songs like “Pon A Watchlist.”

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“Pon A Watchlist”

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  • good song

  • Zebee

    +Yeah man nice surprise, never the song but sounds real good !