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Album Review

In a dancehall marketplace that often seems to actively discourage individuality and innovation, an artist like Turbulence comes as a real breath of fresh air. He's a DJ, but he can sing; he's a singer, but he doesn't settle into either a seductive croon or whiny emotiveness. Buttressed here by muscular rhythms courtesy of producer Phillip "Fattis" Burrell, Turbulence delivers a mature and stylistically varied album that fits nicely in the modern reggae mainstream while simultaneously blazing a new trail for others to follow. "Give Her Weh She Want" is a love song that effectively combines a slamming rhythm with a strangely plaintive melody; on "Friends Like These" he uses a halting, nyahbinghi-flavored backing track to warn against untrustworthy associates; "Rising" finds him in combination with DJ L.M.S. over an old-fashioned one-drop rhythm. On "I Don't Know," Turbulence's intonation is a bit questionable, but it's the only real weak point on a very fine debut. Highly recommended.


Formed: Mannings Hill Road, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s

b. Sheldon Campbell, Mannings Hill Road, Jamaica, West Indies. Turbulence is widely acknowledged as being discovered by Philip ‘Fatis’ Burrell, although his first recording, ‘Keep It Going’, was actually recorded with Sky High. Turbulence’s initial foray into the Jamaican music industry faltered and it was not until 2000 that he enjoyed notoriety with Burrell’s Exterminator crew having recorded ‘Word Wid It’ in 1999. Widely considered a ‘sing-jay’ he effectively combined ragga, hip-hop and R&B that...
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