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Anthony B "Dem Can't Stop We From Talk" Dubmatix' Rude Boy rewind

SubatomicSound on January 13, 2012 22:16

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    "If the defiant fire of his words doesn’t make the hair stand up on the back of your neck, then you have been on the Internet too long" -- MTV Iggy

    OUT digitally on BEATPORT, Feb 21 (advance release) wide release on iTunes & everywhere on March 6, 2012 ; ;

    SUBATOMIC SOUND is back with our hit high energy political scorcher from Jamaica's massive dancehall reggae star Anthony B on Subatomic Sound System & Nomadic Wax' re-upped "NYC-2-Africa" riddim, recorded in Africa, NYC, and Jamaica. Remixed by producers from around the globe in twelve amazing versions we couldn’t have imagined, from cumbia to tropical to dubstep twist ups as well as vintage rude boy roots, hip hop, and dancehall reggae!

    Anthony B, Subatomic Sound System, & Nomadic Wax "Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk"
    1) Subatomic Sound System & Nomadic Wax' ( NYC-2-Africa riddim)
    2) SaBBo's Talkbox Riddim remix
    3) Frikstailers' BA-2-Mexico remix
    4) Dubmatix' Rude Boy rewind
    5) Stereotyp's 800 Pound Gorilla remix
    6) Dubblestandart's Kingston Riot riddim remix
    7) Bleepolar's Bogota Cumbia remix
    8) Ancient Astronauts' Dem Bow remix
    9) Fuzzy Logic's Tropical Bass remix
    10) DJ Child's PGM Valley of Death remix
    11) Chicus' Redbud remix
    12) Process Rebel's Afro-dub remix
    13) Nate Mars' Lightas Up! remix
    14) NYC-2-Africa riddim instrumental
    15) Dubblestandart's Kingston Riot riddim dub

    VIDEO ;


    "Producers Emch of Subatomic Sound System and Benny Beats of Nomadic Wax put their heads together (in association with People’s Records in Kingston, Jamaica) to give the NYC-2-Africa EP to the world — and possibly to set it on fire. This is a project so explosive...The heavy, heavy riddim EP starts with “Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk,” an incendiary track from Anthony B of Jamaica.... If the defiant fire of his words doesn’t make the hair stand up on the back of your neck, then you have been on the Internet too long”
    — MTV Iggy

    “Check this transatlantic collab from NYC’s Subatomic Sound, African hip hop label Nomadic Wax and Jamaican label, Peoples Records… Brilliant voicing from Anthony B, serious political lyrics and big bass."
    — Mixpak Records

    "There’s a detailed and interesting backstory behind this one, but I’ll just tell you about what you’ll hear - This riddim is insanity and there is an Anthony B song on this release, ‘Dem Can’t Stop We From Talk’, which is MADNESS! That song is just RIDICULOUS …also there’s the usual remixing and dubbing you’ve come to know from Subatomic."
    — Achis Reggae Blog

    WHERE: digitally on the web at
    JUNO ;
    and more.

    vinyl available worldwide from the
    in NYC @ Halycon, Deadly Dragon, & Miss Lily's Variety Shop

    Released by: Subatomic Sound
    Release/catalogue number: SS022
    Release date: Feb 21, 2012


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