Double Up Crew on Kingstone Records!
A new crew has set itself up under the name of “Double Up” from deep in the ghettoes of Kingston. Young, dynamic and with a dash of humour but still clearly focusing on the overall message.
The reggae label Kingstone has once again produced a party hit par excellence with “Money” that fittingly starts the year with a bang. The fact the boys are hardly known (to date) makes the penetrative nature of this song all the more energetic. A bit of electronic music here, dubstep spice there and this basic set-up offers a perfect dancehall beat. In this way producer Ben Bazzazian once again proves his ability to select a rich variety of base elements which he unerringly brings together and integrates the voices of the Double Up Crew with surgical precision.
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- Y-Titty § Fest der Liebe
- Teddy-O ft. Ying Yang § All Around The World
- Y-Titty § Der letzte Sommer
- Denham Smith § Come Wid It
- Kingstone Sound § 15 Years Kingstone
- Tamika § Piece Of Mind
- Ce'Cile § Hey
- Double Up Crew § Money
- Stacious § Do You Like It
- Ce'Cile § Singing This Song
- Ce'Cile § Jamaicanization
- Ce'Cile § Step Aside
- T.O.K § I Don't Care
- Ce'Cile § Talk Talk
- Jahcoustix § Crossroads
- SOJA § Born in Babylon
- Kingstone § Cognition Riddim
- Ce'Cile § Hot Like We
- Kingstone § Ghetto Bounce Riddim
- Ce'Cile § Bad Gyal
- Ce'Cile § Goody
- Dr. Ring Ding § Nice Again
- Dr. Ring Ding § Ruff Like A Rock
- Genral Degree § Generally Speaking
- Kingstone § The Truth Riddim
- Kingstone § Senorita Riddim
Do You Like Stacious?
This new number is an additional party song by the young Jamaican dancehall lady Stacious which was only cobbled together to hammer away the bass controllers in the world’s clubs to remind them what their job in the evening is really all about!
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Second album realised in Kingston, London and Berlin - OUT NOW!
17 progressive reggae tunes featuring the Jamaican star Agent Sasco (aka Assassin), Christopher Martin (protégé of Gentleman) and Million Stylez, the top act from Sweden!