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Parly B - This Is Digital CD

Parly B - This Is Digital CD

SCOBNET003-CD

 


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SCOBNET003-CD


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Parly B - This Is Digital CD

 

01. Serious time ft. YT
02. Can't stand if ft. Warrior Queen
03. Bike rider ft. Pupajim
04. 31st Century song ft. Soom T
05. Thousand style ft. Mr Williamz
06. Animal dance ft. Speng Bond
07. Thinking of an island ft. Soom T
08. Slavery ft. Marina P
09. Dancehall school ft. Solo Banton
10. Nice it up ft. Charlie P
11. Gunman posse ft. Peter Metro &  Squiddly 
12. Overcome ft. Blackout JA
13. Traveller ft. Charlie P
14. Babylon a come ft. Parly B
15. Jah say love ft. Cornel Campbell

01. Rudeboy skank ft Tradesman

02. Hot like pepper ft Subactive

03. This is digital ft Mungo's Hi Fi

04. Know bout style ft Tradesman

05. Lock off ft Chief Rockas

06. Babylon a come ft Mungo's Hi Fi

07. Duppy ft FLeCK

08. What a time ft Tom Spirals & Escape Roots

 

 

Parly B first held the mic as a teenager in the 90s, inspired by dancehall legends such as Capleton, Papa San and Cutty Ranks. He got involved with his local scene in Doncaster mainly hosting Jungle nights, so he is as much at home in a rave as in a dancehall session. In fact, he only burst into the dub and reggae scene relatively recently, but with a vibe and distinctive sound that producers are hungry for, so he has quickly amassed a large catalogue. Scotch Bonnet Records felt it was time to put together a collection of his work on the label and it was hard to decide what to leave out.

 

Fellow Yorkshireman Tradesman was the first to release tunes with Parly B on Scotch Bonnet with Know bout style and the Springbox riddim causing a sensation in 2013.

Subactive Sound from Strasbourg were also working on a modern dancehall tip, being responsible for the pumping Peppa dem riddim.

The title track, This is digital, is produced by Mungo’s Hi Fi in homage to King Tubby’s firehouse label. The riddim was originally made as an alternate dubplate cut for Top Cat’s Herbalist vocal, and has since seen a release on YT’s No wata down ting LP.

Babylon a come - taken from the album ‘Serious time’ and featuring a weapons grade sub that you need to hear on a soundsystem.

Lock off is a brand new track from Chief Rockas for whom this is their first work on Scotch Bonnet.

What a time has been produced by Escape Roots and features Walk n Skank’s prodigious resident MC Tom Spirals. The track has kindly been licensed from their More free vibe label.

Duppy is a brand new track produced by Greece’s no.1 Junglist, Fleck, here flexing on a rare deep dubwise tip.

 

 

Indubitably the nicest rudeboy you are likely to meet.

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