Monday, March 27, 2006

NiceUp Tracks Of The Week

Take It Easy – Mad Lion

In 1991, US-based artist, Mad Lion, teamed up with hip-hop legend KRS-One, and a musical partnership was formed which has seen the two produce some of the most innovative and skilful hip-hop reggae in recent years. Mad Lion has recorded with some of the best dancehall reggae labels of today, such as Super Power, Jammy’s, VP Records and Massive B and has his own label, Killa Pride Productions. This track was released in 1994 and is off the Real Ting album.

No Funny Trick - Early B

Early B came to prominence for his skills as a vocalist in the late 70s and early 80s. Some of his albums include For Wheel No Real (1984), Clash Of The 80s Vol. 2 – Josie Wales meets Early B 1982-84 and Send In The Patient 1982-85. He was also part of the Jamaican soundsystem, Kilamanjaro. This track comes off the album, Triston Palma Meets Early B The Doctor. Very sadly, Early B was shot in 1994 in the US.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh dear lord.. Killa killa tunes!

10:08 PM  

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