Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - East 1999

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - East 1999

Top track from E 1999 Eternal album!! Feel free to rate & comment this tune. Regards, BasslineMusic2008

Plastician - Japan

Plastician - Japan

Album; Tracklisting: 1. Intensive Snare (feat. Skepta) 2. Symptomatic 3. Shallow Grave 2006 4. I Can't Believe Its Not Benny 5. Real Things (feat. Chronik, Skepta, Tempa T, Frisco, Esco) 6. Hocus Pocus 7. Vio-Lent 8. Walk In The Carpark 9. Badboy 10. Japan Is now OUT on Terrorhythm Recordings on CD & Download, with vinyl singles following including remixes of the tracks and new B sides. Terrorhythm will now be distributed by ST Holdings (www.stholdings.co.uk) Buy the MP3 Release Here: Bleep.com: http://www.bleep.com/?bleep=TERRCD01 Here are some links to buy the CD: Chemical Records http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/se ... k=TERRCD01 Zavvi http://www.zavvi.co.uk/plastician-Plast ... 10.1/p.jsf Boomkat http://www.boomkat.com/item.cfm?id=110402 HMV http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDet ... sku=829916 UK Record Shop http://www.ukrecordshop.com/item/plasti ... iffer.html Uptown Records http://www.uptownrecords.com/store/prod ... ts_id=3059 Blackmarket Soho http://www.bm-soho.com/store/StockID/17 ... /to/differ Rooted Records http://www.rootedrecords.co.uk/catalog/ ... ts_id=1207 Catapult http://www.catapult.co.uk/products/CDs/ ... +to+Differ http://www.myspace.com/plastician Chris Reed, also known as Plastician (formerly Plasticman), is a grime and also dubstep DJ and producer from Thornton Heath in the London borough of Croydon. Plastician has played a role in the popularity of the genre thanks to his participation in the Rephlex Grime compilations, his primetime pirate radio shows and his recent BBC Radio 1 Residency slot. In addition to his worldwide DJ schedule, Plastician has released records on labels such as Rephlex Records, Soulja, ROAD, Slimzos, A.R.M.Y. and Southside Dubstars. His musical style connects east London grime to the south London dubstep scenes. Plastician also runs his own label; Terrorythm Recordings. He has a passionate love of chicken and can often be found in south London eateries, Morley's and Mazzi. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Plasticman controversy -------------------------------- Plastician came to fame under another moniker: Plasticman. As he gained in popularity, Reed was threatened with legal action by Canadian techno artist Richie Hawtin who had prior use right on the name "Plastikman"; this prompted Reed to change his name from Plasticman, to Plastician to avoid any legal tangles.

Skream - Summer Dreams

Skream - Summer Dreams

One of my fav from Dubfiles Album!

Barrington Levy - Under Me Sensi

Barrington Levy - Under Me Sensi

Barrington Levy (born 30 April 1964, Clarendon, Jamaica) is a reggae and dancehall recording artist. Career: In 1976, Levy formed a band with his cousin, Everton Dacres, called the Mighty Multitude; the pair released "My Black Girl" in 1977. Levy established his solo career the next year with "A Long Time Since We Don't Have No Love"; though the single was a failure, the fourteen year old was a popular performer at Jamaican dancehalls. Soon, Levy met Junjo Lawes and Hyman Wright, both record producers, and recorded several singles with the Roots Radics, including "Al Yah We Deh", "Looking My Love", "Englishman", "Wedding Ring Aside" and "Collie Weed", all of which became hits and established Levy's career. Levy's next few singles were similarly successful, including "Shine Eye Girl", "Wicked Intention", "Jumpy Girl", "Skylarking" (by Horace Andy), "Disco Music", "Reggae Music", "Never Tear My Love Apart", "Jah", "You Made Me So Happy" and "When You're Young and in Love". Levy then recorded several duets with Toyan, Jah Thomas and Trinity, and appeared at Reggae Sunsplash in 1980 and 1981. Although albums were not terribly important in Jamaica at the time, Levy released four albums before 1980: Shaolin Temple, Bounty Hunter, Shine Eye Gal (United Kingdom) and Englishman, a critically acclaimed record. By the 1980s Robin Hood, Levy was one of the biggest Jamaican stars, and saw his international fame growing as well, especially in the United Kingdom. Taking a break from albums, Levy then released a series of hit singles, including "Mary Long Tongue", "In the Dark", "Too Poor", "I Have a Problem", "Even Tide Fire a Disaster", "I'm Not in Love", "You Have It", "Love of Jah", "Under Mi Sensi", "Tomorrow Is Another Day", "Robberman", "Black Roses", "My Woman" and "Money Move". He returned to LPs with Lifestyle and Money Move, followed by a British hit album called Here I Come; Levy received the Best Vocalist prize at the British Reggae Awards. The late 1980s saw Levy, now in his twenties, slow down his output, though he continued to perform and record until 1988. In 1993, Levy tried to break in the United States with Barrington, but Levy and his label, MCA Records, did not have a good relationship and he soon left. In the 1990s, Levy continued to release periodic hits in Jamaica, and more rarely in the UK, although his vocals were sampled and used in many underground and released jungle tunes. In 1998, he released Living Dangerously, which included a collaboration with one of Jamaica's most prolific deejays, Bounty Killer. The release was one of Levy's most successful singles since the start of the 1990s, and allowed him the opportunity to be identified by members of the younger generation of dancehall patrons. After the death of Sublime's Bradley Nowell in 1996, Barrington and the remaining members got together to record several songs and toured. Levy was only involved in a handful of shows, but his contribution to their 1999 release "Right Back", under the new moniker Long Beach Dub All Stars was considered the best of the album. He was featured on a 1999 track by the Rascalz titled "Top Of The World", also featuring K-os. Levy also appeared on two singles by rapper Shyne (notably Shyne's 2000 debut single, "Bad Boyz"), and on a track for drum and bass artist Aphrodite's 2000 album Aftershock. In 2004, he contributed to a track on the album White People by Handsome Boy Modeling School, a project by Prince Paul and Dan the Automator. He also did some collaborations with Slightly Stoopid on their 2005 album Closer To The Sun. Most recently, Levy made a guest appearance on the single "No Fuss" by Red-1 of the Rascalz, from his 2007 album Beg For Nothing. "Here I Come" is also featured in Saints Row 2 and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.

Kromestar - Dub Conspiracy

Kromestar - Dub Conspiracy

Chilled out tune by, "Iron Soul aka Kromestar". Off my Mixing Rec 100 Grime & Dubstep Instrumantals Vol 3 Rate + Comment this track, cheers! http://www.myspace.com/iron_soul_aka_kromestar

Roll Deep - We Roll Deep Regular

Roll Deep - We Roll Deep Regular

A track off my Roll Deep Grimey Vol.1 (2006) :-) Enjoy...

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony E 1999 Eternal - Mo' Murda

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony E 1999 Eternal - Mo' Murda

Ohhhhhh myyyy giddy giddy goshhhhh!!

Barrington Levy Collection - Shine Eye Gal

Barrington Levy Collection - Shine Eye Gal

Barrington Levy (born 30 April 1964, Clarendon, Jamaica) is a reggae and dancehall recording artist. Career: In 1976, Levy formed a band with his cousin, Everton Dacres, called the Mighty Multitude; the pair released "My Black Girl" in 1977. Levy established his solo career the next year with "A Long Time Since We Don't Have No Love"; though the single was a failure, the fourteen year old was a popular performer at Jamaican dancehalls. Soon, Levy met Junjo Lawes and Hyman Wright, both record producers, and recorded several singles with the Roots Radics, including "Al Yah We Deh", "Looking My Love", "Englishman", "Wedding Ring Aside" and "Collie Weed", all of which became hits and established Levy's career. Levy's next few singles were similarly successful, including "Shine Eye Girl", "Wicked Intention", "Jumpy Girl", "Skylarking" (by Horace Andy), "Disco Music", "Reggae Music", "Never Tear My Love Apart", "Jah", "You Made Me So Happy" and "When You're Young and in Love". Levy then recorded several duets with Toyan, Jah Thomas and Trinity, and appeared at Reggae Sunsplash in 1980 and 1981. Although albums were not terribly important in Jamaica at the time, Levy released four albums before 1980: Shaolin Temple, Bounty Hunter, Shine Eye Gal (United Kingdom) and Englishman, a critically acclaimed record. By the 1980s Robin Hood, Levy was one of the biggest Jamaican stars, and saw his international fame growing as well, especially in the United Kingdom. Taking a break from albums, Levy then released a series of hit singles, including "Mary Long Tongue", "In the Dark", "Too Poor", "I Have a Problem", "Even Tide Fire a Disaster", "I'm Not in Love", "You Have It", "Love of Jah", "Under Mi Sensi", "Tomorrow Is Another Day", "Robberman", "Black Roses", "My Woman" and "Money Move". He returned to LPs with Lifestyle and Money Move, followed by a British hit album called Here I Come; Levy received the Best Vocalist prize at the British Reggae Awards. The late 1980s saw Levy, now in his twenties, slow down his output, though he continued to perform and record until 1988. In 1993, Levy tried to break in the United States with Barrington, but Levy and his label, MCA Records, did not have a good relationship and he soon left. In the 1990s, Levy continued to release periodic hits in Jamaica, and more rarely in the UK, although his vocals were sampled and used in many underground and released jungle tunes. In 1998, he released Living Dangerously, which included a collaboration with one of Jamaica's most prolific deejays, Bounty Killer. The release was one of Levy's most successful singles since the start of the 1990s, and allowed him the opportunity to be identified by members of the younger generation of dancehall patrons. After the death of Sublime's Bradley Nowell in 1996, Barrington and the remaining members got together to record several songs and toured. Levy was only involved in a handful of shows, but his contribution to their 1999 release "Right Back", under the new moniker Long Beach Dub All Stars was considered the best of the album. He was featured on a 1999 track by the Rascalz titled "Top Of The World", also featuring K-os. Levy also appeared on two singles by rapper Shyne (notably Shyne's 2000 debut single, "Bad Boyz"), and on a track for drum and bass artist Aphrodite's 2000 album Aftershock. In 2004, he contributed to a track on the album White People by Handsome Boy Modeling School, a project by Prince Paul and Dan the Automator. He also did some collaborations with Slightly Stoopid on their 2005 album Closer To The Sun. Most recently, Levy made a guest appearance on the single "No Fuss" by Red-1 of the Rascalz, from his 2007 album Beg For Nothing. "Here I Come" is also featured in Saints Row 2 and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.

Buju Banton - Boom Bye Batty Bwoy - VIP DUBMIX!!

Buju Banton - Boom Bye Batty Bwoy - VIP DUBMIX!!

sikkkkk tunee... rate disss !!!

Scareface - Money Makes The World Go Round (Christmas Upload 25/12/2009)

Scareface - Money Makes The World Go Round (Christmas Upload 25/12/2009)

Life and career Scarface began his career as Akshen (pronounced Action) recording solo for Lil' Troy's Short Stop Records, a local label in Houston. He would go on to sign with Rap-A-Lot Records and join a group who were collectively known as Geto Boys replacing one member who left, and released the group's second album Grip It! On That Other Level (1989), a highly successful LP that garnered the group a large fanbase, in spite of their violent lyrics keeping them from radio and MTV. He took his stage name from the 1983 film Scarface. The album Mr. Scarface Is Back was a success, and Scarface's popularity soon overshadowed the other Geto Boys. Scarface remained in the group while releasing a series of solo albums that kept him in the public view with increasing sales. This peaked with The Diary and The Last of a Dying Breed, which received overwhelmingly positive reviews and sales, and earned him Lyricist of the Year at the 2001 Source Awards.[2] In 2002, he released The Fix, the follow up to The Last of a Dying Breed and returned to the studio with the Geto Boys for their album, The Foundation. He was also featured on The Biggie Duets alongside Big Gee and Akon. He guest-appeared on Ray Cash's debut single "Bumpin' My Music". In addition to his career as a lyricist, Scarface has also been the coordinator and president of Def Jam South since 2000, where he has fostered the career of popular rapper Ludacris, whom he originally signed to the label.[3] Scarface has appeared on Freeway's album Free at Last and will appear on Beanie Sigel's album, The Solution. Scarface is currently planning production; he has produced three tracks on UGK's Underground Kingz: "Life in 2009," "Still Ridin' Dirty," and "Candy." Some of Scarface's early music videos ("A Minute to Pray and a Second to Die") featured community activist Quanell X in supporting roles. In 2008, Scarface collaborated with rapper Tech N9ne on his album Killer on the song "Pillow Talkin'". Despite limited commercial appeal, he remains uniquely popular amongst those in the industry, and has been described as "your favorite rapper's favorite rapper".[4]. On August 6, 2009 Scarface performed at the 2009 Gathering of the Juggalos. In 2005, comedian Chris Rock praised Scarface as one of the best three rappers of all time on his list of the Top-25 Hip-Hop Albums ever. "[5] Scarface was also featured on "Favor for a Favor" on Nas's album "I Am..." Media appearances Appeared in the Mike Judge film Idiocracy as a pimp named Upgrayedd. Judge also used the Scarface track "No Tears" and Geto Boys tracks "Still" and "Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta" in his 1999 movie Office Space. He has appeared in two video games: Def Jam Vendetta and its sequel Def Jam: Fight For NY. Discography Studio albums * Mr. Scarface is Back (1991) * The World Is Yours (1993) * The Diary (1994) * The Untouchable (1997) * My Homies (1998) * The Last of a Dying Breed (2000) * The Fix (2002) * Made (2007) * Emeritus (2008) Compilation albums * Greatest Hits (2002) * Balls and My Word (2003) * The Best of Scarface (2008) * Greatest Features (2009) Collaboration albums * The Other Side of the Law (with Facemob) (1996) * Mil Ticket (with A-G-2-A-Ke) (1998) * One Hunid (with The Product) (2006)

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