RIP Gregory Isaacs

Gregory Isaacs will be missed. Here are some of our favorites to remember him by:

“Night Nurse,” 1982
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“Hush Darling,” 1981
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“Material Man,” 1982
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Rocky Dawuni “Walls Tumblin Down (J-Boogie Remix)” + MP3

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Rocky Dawuni‘s recent album Hymns for the Rebel Soul spurred a bunch of great videos and remixes, including the above video for “Walls Tumblin Down.”  Along with the remixes by DJ OBaH, DJ Drez and Jeremy Sole with Ticklah and Blitz the Ambassador, we just received this free download for the new J-Boogie remix of “Walls Tumblin Down,” suited up for the global dancefloor.

Rocky Dawuni – “Walls Tumblin Down” – (J-Boogie Remix) [MP3]
 

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International Remix Contest: “Why Did You Go?” ft. Onili & Laroz

All you remix masters: check out this contest put on by “electronic duo,” OniliDownload the a capella version, send your remixed version of this reggae infused track by Onili and Laroz to iwantyou@onili.com before the deadline (August 15), and the listening session will be streamed live on Justin.tv and picked apart by to-be-determined celebrity judges. If you win, you’ll receive a “free linktone for the remix,” and “a full PR campaign to Israeli music media and in the U.S. by The Bloom Effect.” You’ll also get a free registration to the CMJ Music Marathon, which would normally run the bill at 495 smackers – so remix like you’ve never remixed before.

Tricky’s Knowle West Boy Remixed by South Rakkas Crew

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Tricky Meets South Rakkas Crew comes out today, a version excursion of ten tracks from Tricky‘s Knowle West Boy, where electro-dancehall collides with Tricky’s whispering ‘sprechgesang’ lyrical style to create a dancehall filler, radio killer, soundtrack thriller that seems to touch on all the happening urban sounds from around the globe. We’re talking hip-hop, reggae and rock inna dubstep dancehall style that’s left-of-center pop for the 21st century. As Tricky says: “We come in peace and leave you in pieces.”

Get a free download of “Numb” here.

Tricky Meets South Rakkas Crew – “Numb”
 

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