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Album Review

The title track of Here Comes the Hotstepper was Ini Kamoze's big pop crossover hit. Also featured on the soundtrack to Ready to Wear, the song lifts a line from "Land of 1000 Dances" and places it on an infectious dancehall beat — it's a great single that deserved to be a huge hit. The rest of the album isn't as strong, but there are enough first-rate tracks to make it enjoyable for most fans of the single.

Customer Reviews

Back in da days...

Brah back in da days me and dis song used to get down...instant classic...

Too bad someone is soo greedy, now they get nothing

I was going to buy a song, but unfortunately, the 1 out of 12 songs on this album isn't the one I want. You know whoever decided to put such a restriction on this album should take a few lessons from Wal-Mart's customer approach strategy.

Just a great song to get down to!

But this wasn't released in 1983....try 1995...


Born: October 9, 1957 in Port Maria, St. Mary, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

For Ini Kamoze, the road to success has been arduous and he has undergone many substantial changes musically and physically since he burst onto the music scene in 1983 with his highly successful eponymous debut album for Island. Known as "The Hotstepper," Kamoze advocates change through what he calls "intelligent and constructive militancy" rather than random acts of violence. Kamoze made his recording debut in the early '80s with a 12" single "Trouble You a Trouble Me" on Taxi and found immediate...
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