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OK THEN!

That long awaited, much anticipated follow up to the killa ‘Miro Tape’ from the one Duppy Gun Productions is here now, in full force alongside Jamaica’s hotly tipped Sikka Rhymes – Vybz Kartel giving it the ‘what it is’ from the pen’ – and you can believe it too, Sikka lets the lyrics flow with a similar ease and restraint to Duppy Gun’s produckies: half-time, twice-speed lyrics burst out across hacked up dancehall-not-dancehall, gunfinger-inducing warped bassline and that otherworldly, kinda tropical-from-outer-space freeform arrangement and application of melody and frequency, Sun Araw style.

Subtle vocal autotune and harmonics send the warning signal already on Seh Dem Bad, the first track – which uses gun reloads along laser licks and metallic lightspeed hi-hats to deadly effect… This is a bogle for the 2020 crew. The rest just aren’t ready yet.

Shake Ya Body, the 2nd cut (styled as Fission Riddim) kinda comes with a kind of warped & chopped, shoulder-rolling response to the anthemic Playground riddim (Zim Zimmer!), again for the 2020 crew. Or maybe even 2021? this one’s ahead, either way.

Grime meets half-time DnB in a Kingston space station with Love Di People, alongside John D, and this cut marks a new direction into frantic, wicked & wild dancehall abstraction for the following cut ‘Hot’ which comes like a Black Ops vs Autechre riddim with an RnB / Dancehall twist.

It’s quite likely that your head will feel kinda mangled after the first four cuts on this one, so it’s a good thing that this record, in true Kingston tradition, comes with a version excursion to cap things off –
Shake Ya Body get’s a re-lick on the Pumpy Riddim and Love Di People get’s twis’d up in a Cakedog Version, finishing of this 6 tracker in a big, bashy way.

Leaning with one shoulder into the future, gunfingers in the air, Duppy Gun and the crew found their perfect home on Bokeh Versions >>

TRACKLIST:
1. Seh Dem Bad
2. Shake Ya Body (Fission Riddim)
3. Love Di People (ft. John D)
4. Hot
5. Shake Ya Body (Pumpy Riddim)
6. Love Di People (ft. John D) [Cakedog Version]

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