Track 14 On the “Electro Track Therapy” album… It’s really weird, but it makes crowds go BANANAS. There really is no genre that it can be classified within, especially related to Reggae; and that’s JUST the aesthetic I am always going for.
This song was remixed by Top Billin records with tracks from Australia’s Mat Cant, Chrissy Murderbot, and Sir Nenis from Top Billin. The remixes have been released as a collective E.P.
Check The Frequency…
Time again for some bashment vibes, you know how we do! This newest offering from the Top Billin camp comes produced Top Billin studio masters Sir Nenis and JM with vocals by the rudeboy himself, MC Zulu.
With banging drums and deep basses and Zulu’s aggressive and always catchy vocals makes this a must have if you play that dancehall/bashment vibe.
While many of his Dancehall contemporaries, finding themselves in unfamiliar musical territory, adhere to a more classic Reggae songwriting style, Zulu enthusiastically breaks rules. He routinely channels a variety of artists which have nothing to do with Dancehall to create his intriguing sound. Remixes come from Scattemusic Australia front man Mat Cant and the ghetto track master Chrissy Murderbot (name says it all).
Time to check that frequency! Pack also includes instrumental versions.