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Album Review

Nice modern roots reggae from a talented young singer who is flourishing under the guidance of Mad Professor, who produced this debut album. Chukki Starr works primarily in a declamatory sing-jay style that is most effective on "The Almighty One" and "Ghetto Youth's Livity," though he also moves easily into more straight-ahead toasting on tracks like "Want to Be Free" and "Words of Malachi." Fine as the singing is, though, the success of this album is due in large part to the rock-solid support provided by the Robotiks band and Mad Professor's bass-heavy but sensitive production. Mafia and Fluxy provide backup on two tracks, and there is an excellent hip-hop remix of "The Almighty One," not to mention several good dub versions.


Born: 1975 in Harlesden, London, England

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

b. Anthony Williams, 1975, Harlesden, London, England. Chukki began his career when he formed his own Echo Tone Hi Fi sound system, performing as Chukki Brown. The DJ’s debut, ‘Goodas Gal’, was produced by Stonehead of the UK-based Volcano sound and signalled Chukki’s emergence from the UK dancehall scene. His distinctive style led to recording sessions, primarily with Everton Samuels of the Ruff Cut Band. In 1994 he released a series of hits as Chukki Star, including ‘Career Time’, ‘Evilous System’,...
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Ghetto Youth's Livity, Chukki Starr
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  • €8.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: 10 November 1998

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