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Tag Archives: Gappy Ranks
Over the past decade, London-based sound system The Heatwave have built a solid reputation among 18 to 30-year-old dancehall fans as Britain’s premier party hosts. We’d planned to sit down and chat with DJ and founder Gabriel on several occasions, … Continue reading
Although the term ‘living legend’ has become something of a cliché, it’s a suitably accurate description for Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and producer Freddie McGregor.
Over the past 10 years, dancehall rapper Mr Midas has established himself as one of Britain’s leading MCs, releasing a series of underground singles and mixtapes and making his small screen debut alongside Jermaine Jackson in Channel 4′s hit reality … Continue reading
With over 10 years of hard graft to his credit, British rapper Gappy Ranks continues to fly the flag for reggae and dancehall with three new singles: Money Finger , Hello and Maybe , writes Nadine White.
Dancehall DJ and blogger Suze Webb aka The Large may be one of the hardest working women on London’s underground music scene.
Bashment Vibes: UK Reggae and Dancehall Mix 2003 – 2006 by Bashment Vibes on Mixcloud 70-minute throwback mix featuring 38 rare and mostly British reggae and dancehall songs from our old radio show on Itch FM between 2003 and 2006. … Continue reading
Been in Jamaica for the past five weeks and surprised to find that underground British music is more popular now than at any time since the early 1990s.
Strange but true: UK garage producer and rapper Megaman is the inspiration behind two of Britain’s leading dancehall crews, Suncycle and Warning (pictured, above).
Dancehall mix featuring 70 of the most popular songs played on London’s underground club and party circuit in 2012.