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Dubbing is a must !

Jah 9 is a new strong female voice coming out of Jamaica. This album is a furry of Dub and conscious lyrics. A devout Rastafarian stands strong with the title track " New Name " . Gratitude is one of the strongest tracks on the album, because its got that King Tubby feel. as in super dubby ! " Preacher Man " is built on a classic riddem that true collector will recognize. If I was going to compare this women to any one in reggae music, it would be Burning Spear " Avocado " nails this to the floor. Her vocal style is jazz meets dub and it works greatly especially with some of the horn driven riddems. One of the catchiest tunes on this album is " Jungle " the riddem cuts like a Roots Radics tune. " Legitimate " with its haunting bass and long echo's which features Projecto. I really don't think anybody has released a album that can even come close to this in the last 30 years . The production is amazing, thanks to master selector, producer of Rory " Stone Love " Gillian

Loving this album

I can't stop LISTING TO IT, every time I try to put on something else I come right back to this album


Love the vibes of this sistren


Born: Falmouth, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With a thick and rootsy sound, but an edge that suggests she's a Burning Spear or Mutabaruka for the 21st century, Jamaican singer and songwriter Jah9 was born Janine Cunningham in the Western rural town of Falmouth. College brought her into town, the campus introduced her to Rastafarians, and the Rastas introduced her to dub, roots reggae, and artists like dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson. Taking her childhood nickname of Jah9, she became a staple of Jamaica's progressive poetry scene, while recording...
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New Name (Deluxe Edition), Jah9
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: Feb 26, 2013

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