DJ Vadim & Jman

Heart Attack / Good Old Days

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Seizing on the success and popularity of their previous collaborations including three tracks on Vadim’s Dubcatcher Vol 3, Likkle More feels like the natural progression for two artists who have worked and travelled the world together. The title is a Jamaican slang for I’Ll see you later(Mi see yuh Likkle more) which is quite apt because this album feels like a journey beginning, something to which one will come back to. It is also music that challenges, music for change, turbulent times, for revolution, for standing Upright whilst remembering Everything’s bless. Working under the title J&V, the duo have been in the studio to focus their combined talents into one solid project, which acts as the perfect showcase for their respective skills on the mic and behind the boards. The Legendary DJ Vadim, sound design mastermind who’s been slaying turntables for the last two decades. Being a student of the Reggae / Hip hop sound, he has deep understanding for the culture and its roots, giving him a fine ear for creating his own original riddims wether they’re for Reggae and Dancehall legends Max Romeo and TOK from Jamaica, Fat Freddys Drop in New Zealand to UK / US Hip hop royalty Dilated People’s and KRS 1 just to name a few. Then we have Jman, recognised as one of the most dexterous and adaptable MC’s to come out of the UK, in terms of his lyricism and wordplay, as well as his ability to flow on almost any genre and style, from his infamous hip hop alias Babylon dead to devouring Grime raves, Reggae dances, Jazz band jams, Jungle sessions and beyond.

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Item code: XRPVYSI1901
Label: X-Ray Productions
Info correct on: 1/5/2019