We always love hip hop with horns in em. Don’t know why but will always do. Prouced by Kingz Nation this Portugese anthem just rumbles along at such a pace that you can’t help but to be caught up in it.
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With this series we hope to increase appreciation for dancehall riddims and instrumentals as we feel that in dancehall the productions and producers don’t often get the props they deserve.
Once again we reach out to Manchester and Bacchanal Ronin provides us with a mix that darts around dancehall, soca and SA house. Sit back listen and bust a skank.
Spanning the full Oh Bacchanal! spectrum; bashment, R&B, hip hop, soca, afropop, afro house and tarraxinha; the point of the mix is how much fun it is to weld all these styles together. Overall, the mix feels tactile with an emphasis on melody. I favoured riddims with novel sounds and samples that make them seem complete and charaterful without a voice… although, feel free to add your own vocals if the urge takes you.
Download the mix here
Last thursday we returned to London’s own Radar Radio and had the pleasure of Joya Bravo join us in studio. Make sure you check out her interview and amazing live performance. Bashment on a Violin are you dizzy bruv?
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I’m a bit done with Pharrell and his smoothed out r and b, none of that Snoop Lp really sits beyond a few listens. However teaming up with Overdoz is what i needed, not only do i love both parties collaborating but the different voices sitting on the same beat works so well. Also Kent Jamz handling the chorus is a nice touch. This is a new
Ahh these two guys, once again showing us that life can be a barrell of laughs. Seriously though SA looks amazing, shout out the massive odd looking Nelson Mandela statue in Sandton.