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4.9 out of 5

20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Nuff Badness!!!!!!!!

The Dubtown Shockers

Dillavou's new solo EP 'Nuff Badness' is a bold new addition to the modern reggae genre. His message-driven lyrics of praise and struggle are backed by hard charging reggae riddims produced by Solomon Jabby. Dillavou's strong, soulful delivery is a testament to his amazing talent and the reason why he has worked with an impressive number of artists including Lecrae, Sonny Sandoval of P.O.D., Christafari, Jennifer Howland, Solomon Jabby, Benjah, Cam, Tedashii and many others.

This EP covers a wide variety of reggae sub genres. From the hip-hop/R&B tinged reggae chat track Faith In A Stranger (feat. Jennifer Howland) to the neo-roots stylings of Nuff Badness. Mary Don't You Cry features an early 80's era style production vibe accompanied by Dillavou's amazing arrangement of stacked vocal harmonies while Colors Of The Rainbow is a "Third World-esque" heavy roots harmony track that beautifully paints a verbal picture of Jahoviah's Mercy and His new covenant that is centered on Yeshua the Christ. The musical journey concludes with a dub version of Mary Don't You Cry (Solomon Jabby Dub) and allows the listener to unwind and digest with some heavy drum and bass. This is definitely a must-have release, support positive music!

A TIMELESS MASTERPIECE!

JamDownRockStone

Over the years, you’ve heard about Dillavou as he's partnered on tracks with artists like Lecrae, Benjah, Sonny Sandoval of P.O.D., Christafari, Jennifer Howland and Solomon Jabby. "Nuff Badness" is Dillavou's first-ever solo EP and it's a bold new step in the genre of gospel reggae. His message-driven lyrics of praise and struggle are backed by forward-thinking reggae riddims produced by Solomon Jabby. Dillavou's strong and soulful delivery is a testament to his amazing talent and unyielding passion for the Lord.

This EP covers a wide variety of reggae sub genres, from the hip-hop/R&B tinged reggae singjay track "Faith In A Stranger" (feat. Jennifer Howland) to the progressive urban roots stylings of “Nuff Badness.” "Mary Don't You Cry" features an early 80's era style production vibe accompanied by Dillavou's amazing arrangement of stacked vocal harmonies, while "Colors Of The Rainbow" is a Third World-esque heavy roots harmony track that beautifully paints a verbal picture of Jehovah's mercy and His new covenant that is centered in Yeshua, the Christ. The musical journey concludes with a dub version of "Mary Don't You Cry" (Solomon Jabby Dub) and allows the listener to unwind and digest with some heavy drum and bass.

Download your copy today and find out why 2012 is set to be the breakout year for this incredible vocal powerhouse!

Awesome Gospel Reggae!

lopezadam48

Dillavou always nails it man! These songs are just a mellow yet uplifting to your spirit and soul, and even better, has a Christ message in all of them. Keep serving Jesus the way you do Bro.

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