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I Don't Care (G Duppy Reggae Remix)
It nah go nice unless Jamaicans are on it! Today, Chronixx and Koffee combine their powers to deliver us a remix! While they give us that Dancehall Reggae vibes, Chronixx and Koffee basically own the song as Ed and Justin are left to just give us the chorus. Expect this one to make a lot of noise this summer. Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Lover of Art, music, fashion, social networks Just trying to reach the top of the bucket View all posts by swadedavillain. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
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What makes me select a certain track for my annual playlist, while another song that I otherwise like gathers dust in the queue? But that changed beginning in , when, for three consecutive summers, I recognized that one absurdly simple but extremely potent sound could give me a Pavlovian urge to crank up the volume, head to my nearest patio bar and order something boozy and frozen. It was the dembow rhythm — a syncopated, three-beat pattern that, when paired with the steady pound of a kick drum, sounds like a caffeinated heart with a sticky chamber: boom-ch-boom-chk. For a remarkable period between July and July , the dembow rhythm fueled a total of six Billboard Hot No. Though things have cooled off since, the sound remains ubiquitous on car stereos in my neighborhood in the cloudless months before Labor Day. I first heard it on Beats 1 radio while I was brushing my teeth in March.
Although artists have been mixing reggae with other genres from as early as the early s, no official term had been used to describe this practice. Artists such as UB40 were described using terms that joined the various genres they performed e. It was not until the late s when the term was coined. However, reggae fusion can be traced back to before the success of these artists, as far back as the late s and early s, where songs such as " Pass the Dutchie " and the band Third World blazed the trail finding international success with songs such as " Now That We Found Love " and "Try Jah Love". Although there were a few recognized reggae fusion artists in the late '80s to mids, such as the aforementioned acts in addition to others such as Sublime , Maxi Priest , Shinehead , , First Light, The Police and Inner Circle , their style of fusing genres was subtly done. As the subgenre began to take shape, the mid to late s saw artists becoming more innovative as many began to mix genres that were not similar nor typically associated with reggae, such as techno and house, leading to the subgenre gaining a more distinctive following and really beginning to grow. By the late s, dancehall had lost its footing in the American market as while initially an appreciated novelty, it had gotten too hardcore lyrically and started using even heavier Jamaican dialect and less standard English making it harder to understand what was being said. It had also come under heavy criticism from the international markets due to the homophobic lyrical content which sought to bash, condemn and instigate violence against the act as well as those who supported or participated in the lifestyle. Traditional dancehall acts, such as Shaggy and Beenie Man experienced commercial success in the American markets with the release of their albums in The sound was often called Euro reggae and became a trend of Eurodance music, including Mr.