Apr 21, 2014
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Posts tagged: Walshy Fire

Mixtape Mondays: Walshy Fire, Toddla T, Stingray Disco

Words by DJ Theory—

2013 is in full swing, and we’ve got some serious mixes to keep things rolling. Dancehall, lovers rock, and much much more set the tone for just another week here at Mixtape Mondays.

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Mixtape Mondays: The Best Mixtapes of 2012


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No Ice Cream Video: Watch Major Lazer’s “Jah No Partial” Featuring Johnny Osbourne

Words by Jesse Serwer—

Major Lazer Roots Picnic

When Major Lazer dropped “Jah No Partial” in October, featuring its sample of Johnny Osbourne‘s “Mr. Marshall,” we wondered how this would benefit one of our favorite artists of all time. Johnny has managed to stay current in more eras than almost any other reggae artist we can think of: Could he be headed for another reinvention in the dubstep era?

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Mixtape Mondays: Major Lazer Presents Chronixx + Walshy Fire’s ‘Start A Fire’ World Premiere

Words by Jesse Serwer—

LargeUp Chronixx Start A Fire

This week on Mixtape Mondays we’ve got a big big premiere from Major Lazer and Chronixx, the new culture artist who’s been making a big impression in Jamaica and worldwide of late.

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Audio: Rising Reggae Star Chronixx Gets Free With Major Lazer

Words by Jesse Serwer—

Major Lazer x Chronixx x Walshy Fire

For its second-ever collaborative mixtape (the first being Lazerproof, with British synth-pop group La Roux), Major Lazer has teamed with up-and-coming Jamaican artist, Chronixx. While some of you may be going “who?,” it’s a savvy move for Diplo and crew, as the singjay has quickly risen from obscurity to become one of JA’s most talked about new artists.

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Inna Dubstep Style: Major Lazer Meets Johnny Osbourne on “Jah No Partial”

Words by Jesse Serwer—

Major Lazer Jah No Partial

Amidst hyping their upcoming Free the Universe single, Major Lazer has revealed that the tune features vocals from none other than our friend, “Dancehall Godfather” and one of Jamaican music’s most historically consistent artists, Johnny Osbourne. In a promotional clip for “Jah No Partial,” (which was co-produced by dubstep beatmaker Flux Pavilion) Diplo explains that the vocals come from an acapella of Mr. Osbourne’s 1981 tune “Mr. Marshall,” given to him by King Jammy. Watch the video below for insights into the genesis and concept of the track from Diplo and Major Lazer (and LargeUp) crew members Walshy Fire and Jillionaire, hear what we can only presume is an unfinished leak of the tune here, and look out for “Jah No Partial” on iTunes Oct. 22.

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