Life... That's the name of the game. And Jamie Irie wants to play it with you. Reflecting over the highs and lows of our time on the planet with longtime friend and collaborator Blackout JA, the west country boys ease back over a crisp sun-skanked riddim from Isaac Maya. Humming subs, sweet harmonies and raw truth. That's all you need in life, right?
West country troubadour Jamie Irie gets lively with Jamaican contemporary Don Goliath. The original is a digi-dancehall rump-shaker as the singers go toe-to-toe, chiming and harmonising over the busy synthetic beats. Junglists should jump on the remix as DJ Vapour turbo charges the stems with mechanical breakbeat magic and a low end texture so gully four seagulls die every time you play it.
Kicking off with the smooth sunshine tones of Aries' "Semsimillionaire Riddim" remix, each refix on this EP showcases some serious reggae vocal talents. Ternchtown's own Carlton Livingston's "Come On Come", is a smooth instant classic full of soul and fitting suavely with Aries' beats. Jah Mason adds his breakthrough vocals in "Mr Governement" in a call to action while a guest appearance from the one and only Daddy Freddy adds some teeth to Jamie Irie's "Words Can Be So Simple". Jungle never had it so versatile.
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