The next round of Colonel Mustard’s grenades are ready to be launched, with two veteran raggamuffin deejays riding military-grade riddims developed by Naram and disrupt.
First up, original Wild Apache legend Junior Cat unleashes a rapid-fire lyrical assault on those who fail to respect the foundations and culture of real dancehall music. “See Di Bobo Dread” shows the cat is still in fine form, riding the depth-charger bassline of Naram’s Feline riddim with gruff finesse.
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I very like Rankin Ann's version. We need more of those messages in the dances and radio shows! The chorus is stuck in my head. And the riddim is very nice! Unfortunately they missed the oppurtunity to mix both songs into the dub version. reggae_radio