Mixtape Mondays: LargeUp Premiere of Wrongtom’s “Linn Inna The Dance” Mixtape

October 1, 2012

Words by DJ Theory —

Wrongtom LargeUpMix-Linn Inna the Dance

Watchyanow, this week we’re juiced to share an exclusive premiere of pure mixtape niceness from London rudeboy Wrongtom. Repping the big league Tru Thoughts label, the mix dips into crucial 80’s reggae, dancehall and digital bizness, while also giving you a taste of what to look forward to with his newest original project In East London longside UK deejay Deemas J. Following up his last album with LDN heavyweight Roots Manuva, Wrongtom—and Deemas—let their 80’s reggae influence shine on In East London, with some of those essential selections making their way into this mix, alongside vintage gems from Horace Andy, Courtney Melody, Sanchez, Ninjaman and a slew of lesser names, too. 80’s dancehall lovers should have a field day with this one.

Purchase the album here, you can also cop a free download of “Riot Ting” as well here. Haul and pull up the Linn Inna The Dance mixtape below.


1. Django Niceness – Use to Be Your Love
2. Mark From Inner City & Vicious Irie – Present
3. Mama Lolo – Live Pon It
4. Sugar Black – Man Of Many Seasons
5. Tullo T – Mampie Size Drama
6. Bert Lancaster – How Yuh So Strong?
7. Sister Charmaine – Have Fi Get A Job
8. Horace Andy – Come Again
9. Courtney Melody – Ninja Mi Ninja
10. Conroy Smith – Dangerous
11. Sanchez – Old Friends
12. Roots Manuva Meets Wrongtom – Proper Tings Juggled
13. Wrongtom Meets Deemas J – South London Dubplate
14. Wrongtom Meets Deemas J – Suzy Hangs Out
15. Ninja Man – Long Fi Release
16. Courtney Melody – Touch Me
17. Rappa & Tippa – Waistline Bubbler
18. Tony P Tight Clothes
19. Carl Meeks – Youth Man
20. Daddy Lilly – Slackness Dead
21. Junior Vibes – I’m In Love
22. Clement Irie – Kolo Ko
23. Deman Rocka – Hard Drugs