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    that sizzla vid in ya sig is ill


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    this shit goes so hard live



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    yeah i relaly liked sizzlas style, i like the toasters theyre ill, their like rappers, u kno any albums thats like the old roots sound with toasters spittin on em?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasjit View Post
    you should check out mind control, its a great album, if im not mistaken it won the best reggae album grammy in 07 as well.
    straight up, stephen's production on this (and pretty much whatever else he does) is crazy. all the marley's are crazy with the lyrics as well, check into them all, i'd say all of damian's and stephen's first, but ziggy, kymani, juju, etc all come correct

    Half Pint- Greetings
    B. Levy- Orignal Ragga Muffin
    Black Uhuru- Guess Who's Coming to Dinner


    and that John Holt- Police in Helicopter stays in steady rotation always...

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    Check out

    Black Uhuru - Sinsemillia (must have)
    Bunny Wailer - Rootsman Skanking (must have)
    Bunny Wailer - Liberation
    Damian Marley - Halfway Tree
    Damian Marley - Welcome to Jamrock
    Gregory Isaacs - Cool Ruler
    Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse (check this one out for sure)
    Peter Tosh - Bush Doctor
    Peter Tosh - Equal Rights
    Peter Tosh - Mystic Man
    Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution

    I tried to only put albums that haven't been said yet. Check all these out though. You won't be disappointed. And if you're into dancehall check out:

    Mavado, Busy Signal, Vybz Kartel, Elephant Man, Mykal Rose (the singer from Black Uhuru), Spragga Benz, and Demarco.


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    Oh I forgot, check out the album Girls Fiesta by Ranking Dread and the album His Majesty by Massive Dread.


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    thanks for the reccomendations, does anyone know of any albums similar to black woman and child by sizzla, i like the toasting style a lot and that and welcome to jamrock are basically the only albums the artist toast. im lovin the albums so far, i still gotta dl the later recommended ones

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    Any albums with deep dub production that feature lots of toasting or ragga chants? I know Lee Perry/The Upsetters sometimes had toasters, but I'm out of my depth with this genre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NIKLZ View Post
    This nigga looks like Waka Flocka.


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    check out

    Junior Marvin
    Gregory Issac
    Barrington Levy
    Lee Scratch Perry
    I Wayne
    MUTABARUKA
    Burning Spear
    We do it for the people.


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    dope thread gotta check some of this out myself

    nice thread for the summer
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    If you like that classic roots reggae then I recommend EEK A MOUSE.








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    word the fuck up, im not a big reggae head, but Eek'll do it for me too...thats a good album^

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    Definately, that album is awesome, I bump it alot.



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