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18 Karat Ragga Ragga 2014

by Tcooo Artists

The hottest dancehall and reggae sounds out of Jamaica, featuring reggae greats like Luciano, Kirk Davis formerly known as Little Kirk, Vineyard and hot new comers like Jango Fresh and MasSicker.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Intro (Psalms 87) Sammecia
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1:05 album only
2. Ancient Warrior Kirk Davis
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3:39 album only
3. Look Around MasSicker
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3:32 album only
4. Look Listen and Learn Jango Fresh
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3:42 album only
5. Hit Them Hard Stapler
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3:55 album only
6. You Don't Have to Be Like Them Vineyard
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4:46 album only
7. Can't Take It No Longer Zeego Zaro
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3:25 album only
8. Praise Rastafari Luciano
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4:14 album only
9. We Are One Melodic
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3:01 album only
10. Set the Devil On Fire (Feat. Feat Kaya) Reynard Milner
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4:43 album only
11. Judgment Jango Fresh
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3:22 album only
12. Youths of Today Smurfy D
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3:12 album only
13. Ackee and Saltfish MasSicker
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3:36 album only
14. Weed Hustling (Can't Stop the Hustling) Jango Fresh
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3:57 album only
15. Hold the Faith Scorpian King
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3:04 album only
16. Gun Goes Off Again Jango Fresh
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4:03 album only
17. When My Day Come BMWA
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3:58 album only
18. Babylon Will Pay the Price Jango Fresh
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2:59 album only
19. Hit Them Harder (Instrumental) Instrumental
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3:56 album only
20. Outro (Ecclesiastes 3) Sammecia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With the purchase of GreenSleeves Records by VP Records, it is obvious that VP is trying to create a monopoly on the production and distribution of reggae music. It is obvious that a monopoly on reggae music is not good for reggae artists, it is not good for reggae fans and it is definitely not good for reggae music overall. Therefore, TCOOO Productions and BonFire Inc, have joined forces to make sure there will be no monopolization of reggae music. The first release from the merge of these two small labels is what could turn out to be a reggae classic, “18 Karat Regge: Global Warming”.

The title certainly fits the album as it is not only a gem, but it is packed with pure heat. The reading of Psalms 87 is the introduction to the album and from there it is just on to some of the best dancehall and reggae in the last few years. The man who was once known as Little Kirk but is now Kirk Davis starts things off with “Ancient Warrior”. Davis’s crisp vocals on top of a foundation beat will definitely remind the listener why Peter Tosh said reggae was music of Kings and Queens for Kings and Queens. Then there is the newcomer MasSicker who has been tearing up a North American tour with Chezidek, delivering a social commentary on a song called “Look around”.

To call a CD classic you need to have a legend on it, this CD boasts Luciano delivering “Praise Rastafari” also on a foundation beat. Then you have Jango Fresh the man who the Jamaican Star refers to as the hottest new artist doing his thing. While Jango Fresh rose to stardom with “Fat Pumpum” the artist shows that he is not a slackness artist and really delivers some roots and culture on “Babylon will pay the price” and “Judgment”. There have never been a TCOOO release without their ace artist Vineyard “the rebel priest” and “18 Karat Reggae 2008” is no different.

18 Karat Reggae: Global warming is available on Amazon, Itunes and CD Baby.


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