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Great riddim, I love this one. Prolific producer Christopher Birch/Birchill (Tunda Clap, Gangsta Rock, the excellent Military and loads more) is the man behind this. Few versions, but the riddims was popular as the jamrid voting showed, at number ten.
Sean Paul dis. This is the type of fast riddims that Sean Paul excels on. Another good year from Sean Paul. He’s incredibly consistent, keep a standard on his releases that is impressing, hardly no fillers, each tune has something. In that sense it’s only Assasin in my opinion that has the same qualities, but Paul us so much more versatile. On the other hands, his “lyrics” is a joke, particularly in comparison with Assassin. But I guess SP doesn’t se himself like a “conscious” artist :).
Comments (latest first): Comment: This is the first Sean Paul tune I could really appreciate. He's great on this one. Usually I tune him out but this one makes the cut! I actually listen to it & him as well, all the while tapping a foot. Ah-ha!
Comment by: the Jewel of Reggae- RUBy Date: 2008-03-14
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