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A must listen

A clever, twisting Album. If in doubt, just enjoy Clear and Presnt Danger

Where are they now?

Great album. I love how they combine different musical genres to fuse some awesome beat's and tunes. I can't be.ieve this album was partially considered: 'A Flop'. Question is, where are this great duo now? I would like to know! They must get back recording and pleasing the people of Europe with their exceptional music. A few dull and droning track's on this album prevent it from five star's, but apart from that, this is a must have for fan's of Hip-Hop, Pop, Jazz, Blues, Reggae and even dancehall. Please return Mattafix. The music industry need's you in my humble opinion.


I discovered this group back in 2006; I was randomly watching MTV and the video of 'to and fro' was playing. I went and researched them. I can neither call myself a hip-hop nor a rap fan. However, there is something very compelling about this album probably due to the voice of the lead vocalist and infusion of many different genres of music.
My favourite songs are: passer by, to & fro, everyone around you, 555
I'm amazed that this album was considered unsuccessful; surely it is better than most stuff out there nowadays.
I'd recommend giving it a couple of listens and it will definitely grow on u.
My favourite tracks are: passer by, to & fro, 555


Formed: London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Though Mattafix's Marlon Roudette and Preetesh Hirji come from different backgrounds (Roudette grew up on the island of St. Vincent, where he studied the steel drums, while Hirji was born to Indian parents in London and was fascinated by the computer), as a band they play urban, poppy music that fits in perfectly on European radio. After meeting each other one day in a recording studio, the two became friends and decided to start a band. Calling themselves Mattafix, a derivative of the West Indian...
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