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Producer Kareem Burrell remixes Ini Kamoze's slept-on '90s dancehall gem "Hill and Gully Ride," originally produced by his father, Philip "Fattis" Burrell.
The super-producer remembers how a song made for the "jerk chicken spot on Flatbush Avenue" became a global hit sung by the Smurfs in Swedish.
The author's third novel centers around the 1976 assassination attempt on the life of Bob Marley.
Words by Jesse Serwer— Coming out of NYC's Duck Down camp, DJ Prince makes hip-hop with a reggae- and dancehall-influenced point of view. Think "Sound Bwoy Bureill" by Smif N Wessun mixed with Busta Rhym... Read More...
Words by Natalie Weiner— Chronixx is getting everyone hyped for his Dread and Terrible EP, dropping April 1st—remember the the health-conscious track "Spirulina" from last week? Well, today he's offering... Read More...