Sep 02, 2014
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Posts tagged: Dubplates

Mixtape Mondays: Screechy Dan, BRNGTN, The Freshest, King Addies x Buju Banton

Words by Deejay Theory

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Serious business this week at #MixtapeMondays with dubplate pressure, dancehall comedy, ruffneck lyrics and throwback heat all rolled up in one big-head spliff a badness.

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Mixtape Mondays: Jam Central, Chi Ching Ching x Silent Addy, Ape Drums, Coji from Mighty Crown

Words by Deejay Theory

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Soca-meets-dancehall-meets-bass-meets-dub this week at Mixtape Mondays with an assortment of vibes from the roots to the rave. Blaze up below

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Mixtape Mondays: Federation Sound, Ackeejuice Rockers x Top DJ, DJ Trends

Words by Deejay Theory

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The summer flow continues at Mixtape Mondays with heavy new tapes from the merciless to the mellow. Raw dancehall and heavy bass meet breezy remixes from NYC to Italy to the beach and back again. Run chune below.

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Mixtape Mondays: Jahdan Blakkamoore, Bass Odyssey x Buju Banton, Tribe of Kings x Mighty Mystic

Words by Deejay Theory —

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Another week at hand at Mixtape Mondays with more new and timeless music to share. Some insane dubplates this round from one of the pioneering soundystsems in reggae and dancehall history, plus more original music from some big voices in modern roots and beyond. Check the vibes below

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Mixtape Mondays: Renaissance Disco, Million Vibes, CeeJay

Words by Deejay Theory 

MM 31

Currently wrapping things up out here on the Far East side (Singapore at the moment) the mixes cyan dun as always with straight dancehall running the show this week. Dig into some history from Jamaican and quality juggling from Europe below.

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Watch The Nuh Fraid Riddim Video Medley Feat. Mr Vegas

Words by Saxon Baird—

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Four years since it originally appeared as “Duppy Nuh Frighten Vampire” on Spragga Benz‘s Shotta Culture LP, the throwback sound of producer Jah Snowcone‘s Nuh Fraid riddim has found forwards and a new life recently, with a new round of tunes.

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