Weekly Power Soca Mixes from New York City Mixing

September 23, 2019

Old School vs New School // Reggae + Dancehall + Riddims = Podcast MiX // #nycmixing

This week we start off in the Dancehall session with the man who strikes terror in Dancehall, the one and only, the butcher of Dancehall, Cutty Ranks. We throw in classics like Hot This Year, Kimbo King, and Ring The Alarm by the late and great Tenor Saw, who knows how to rock the Dancehall, and this couldn't be a true Dancehall clash without the original Wild Apache, Super Cat. You might need your bulletproof vest for these Dancehall hits! We even throw in some Hip Hop influenced tracks such as Girlstown and so much more. 90's reggae featuring rappers like Method Man. We even get x-rated with some heavy Dancehall tracks by Shabba Ranks. Old School Dancehall and Reggae mixing wouldn't be complete without Buju Banton! Remember this is no Second Class mixing. Big up to Beenie Man fans, Girls Dem Sugar! Old School Reggae setting the Foundation for New School! We take you way back in time, remember Pose Off in those pum pum shorts? Cause Screechie Dan does. We even throw in tracks by General Degree, yes before he dropped General from his name. Remember Terror Fabulous told us, No Retreat, No Surrender! We are definitely blocking Traffic with these hits! Shout out to the Uber and Lyft drivers in NYC. Big up to all of the Spragga Benz fans!

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