Words by Deejay Theory
Another week of #MixtapeMondays is at hand to help warm up your week ahead with some Caribbean heat. Dusty tributes and throwbacks combine with the big new riddims of today along with some custom remixes to close it out.
DJ Vadim, King Jammy’s Originaaal 80’s Reggae Mash Up: Special edition from the multi-talented bredda and veteran DJ/producer DJ Vadim. Vad’s crates run extra deep in countless directions but his deep love of reggae and classic dancehall shines through on this live DJ mix dedication to the one King Jammy and his endless discog of hits and b-sides. Known for breaking young artists and credited on some of of dancehall’s most iconic tunes, the legacy lives on and strong right here. Stream below
Duss Ova aka 220 Sound, Mi Bloodclat Mixtape: Moving into the current with the latest dancehall and bashment mix from Duss Ova aka 220 Sound out in France and Quebec. Taking care of all this weeks badness with this one via 75 tracks of straight and uncensored dancehall juggling from start to finish with no funny business. Stream and download below, tracklist here
Blackhart, The Realms of Bruck Up pt. 3: Brooklyn remix machine BlackHart just came thru with the third tape in his Realms of Bruck Up series, combining 90’s and aughtie’s dancehall with custom and exclusive remixes and blends. The classics combine with some unexpected twists and turns for a unique ride down dancehall’s memory lane. Stream and download below