Any Type War / Various
Hey Reggae Lovers, Check out 'Party all night' by Dre, it was voted the #1 party song. Also check out the controversial hit by Bookman called 'Stepping Razor'. Yes this was the song where he said: I am a stepping razor don't you watch my size I am dangerous I am only 5'8 but my gun is big like Jennifer Lopez's butt Colin Powell is nothing but a republican smut He went from a strong Black man to George Bush's little slut The war instrumental by DJ Smooth is also there: So go get some tunes now and help drive these hot reggae songs up the chart: Then there is the anti R. Kelly, anti child molesters track called 'Legal couchie' by Exile where he comments: I want some legal couchie to get a legal nut I don't need underage girls so the feds could lock me up I want a girl who is legal Give me Janet Jackson, burn Steven Segal Vineyard is also hitting hard with the weed man's anthem 'Higher Grade Marijuana'. Hotter, hotter, higher grade of marijuana, legalize the herb so we can ship it from Jamaica. If you love an occasional puff of the good Jamaican weed then you will definitely love this song: We sell weed to eat, like rice and wheat And we smoke weed to sleep And we stay high seven days of the week The weed got me krunk on the beat For all the hot ladies who don't go to the club unless they are dressed in the latest gear then 'Pradda and Gucci' by Viper is the track for you. When was the last time you heard a true sound boy killing reggae tune, well Dr. Serious got one for you on this album. On the track 'Gotta Go', Dr. Serious unleashes his lyrical venoms on all sound boys, DJs or MCs who dares try to occupy his space. Take Tampa's illest MC Big Mook, team him up with Jah Child and Exile, the result is the wickedest reggae/hip hop track you ever heard, 'One Eyed Cyclops' will definitely have both reggae and hip hop fans bouncing in the clubs and their cars. Of course we could not leave out the rude boys, Joe Grind and C4 teamed up to bring you the hustler's anthem 'Over You'. Then you also have the two Rastafarians King Jango and Jah Child, they burn so much fire you would think it is Sizzla Kalongi or Capleton. In 'Any Type War' Jah Child states No, we don't like war But we will fight war Once it's equal justice and rights war Then in 'No Trespass' King Jango is a definite source of inspiration for all the street soldiers: These ghetto youths are filled with dedication We only need to firm up our meditation We taking over using determination Been through so mush frustration, it became an inspiration If you are a reggae or hip-hop fan then this album is a definite must have. But just in case you don't want the whole album, you could download your favorite individual songs at any of the major online download sites. These songs are available at Napster, Rhapsody, Itunes, MusicNet, Sony... well you get the idea... it is everywhere because it is that hot. Make sure you get it!!!