David Zowie collaborator and all-round badman Da Fuchaman applies his gutsy, gravelly soundsystem sermons to the Run Tingz template for two savage drum-drenched jungle workouts. Gold Dubs switches the dancehall switch with a steppy, tripletty, stripped back jam while Levela jumps in and does what he does best... Smash the place to pieces. Authentic jungle business.
A firm face in the Run Tingz camp since 2013, Bristol ragamuffin J-Man gets lively with two of the most distinctive reggae vocalists who've crossed over to the D&B darkside; both Daddy Freddy and Blackout JA punch with real throaty gravel over J's shank-skanked rhythm to create in an ageless jungle jam. Looking for more punch in the bass department? Jump on Koznik and Khavey's potty-mouthed jump-up slapper. Think Konichi's style and you're not far off.
Bristol-based, Kingston born vocalist Da Fuchaman and champion jungle futurists Run Tingz are the perfect match. Following in a very similar vibe to Blackout JA, Fuchaman's gravelly toasting wraps itself round a 170 breakbeat like tar on a lung bronchiole - all sticky and dangerous. Gold Dubs' version maintains full use of the vocal while J-Man creates more space for his classic retro bubble bass licks. Both are serious skank-ups with an abundance of rewind potential.
You know the jungle will smash it up with a Run Tingz release and they haven't disappointed with this collaboration with the mighty Doubla J and Breakah. Still repping that sunny sunshine vibe the Run Tingz crew add their tropical tastes for the first remix in the pack. Coming up close behind, Levela destroys with a jump-up remix to end late night dancefloor fatigue for good. Also doing his bit to keep it jumping early into the morning, J man's jungle edit is on a true junglist hype. Rounding off with the dutty original and an alt mix thrown in just because, you've just met your new favourite crowd pleasers.
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