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21. Machel Montano - Go Down (Loudspeaker Riddim)

  • Published: 2012-05-17T13:29:15Z
  • By Mixpak
Machel Montano - Go Down (Loudspeaker Riddim)

Nearly a year after producing Vybz Kartel’s “Kingston Story” and fresh from delivering Popcaan’s “Get Gyal Easy,” Dre Skull returns with a brand new riddim, featuring four original vocals from some of the biggest Caribbean artists. The Loudspeaker Riddim, which is not just a name but also a serving suggestion, is a powerful and emotive track, with lingering echoes that build and fold over each other until the dancehall bassline kicks in and a minimal synth-stab leaves the track wide open for the vocalist to shine. King of the Dancehall, Beenie Man, sets the riddim alight with his fast- flowing ode to the female form on “Hot Like Fire,” while Mixpak family member Natalie Storm delivers a classic braggadocios take on “Rock The Runway.” Normally found voicing the upper echelons of bpm, Soca Monarch Machel Montano makes a rare appearance on a dancehall riddim, keeping his energy intact for an expressive tune dedicated to winery – “Go Down.” Popcaan rounds off the release with 'The System', an epic, conscious track that sees the young deejay describe the trials and struggles of ghetto youth in the face of the system. The Loudspeaker Riddim is not only a testament to the versatility of the artists featured, but to dancehall itself, a proud addition to the ever-growing Mixpak dancehall catalogue.

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22. Popcaan - Cool It (Produced by Dubbel Dutch)

  • Published: 2014-06-10T00:20:46Z
  • By Mixpak
Popcaan - Cool It (Produced by Dubbel Dutch)

Where We Come From is the debut album from Jamaican superstar Popcaan. Executive produced by Dre Skull and featuring productions from Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jamie Roberts, Anju Blaxx and Adde Instrumentals, Popcaan's first full length offering sees his signature melodies and uplifting tones on thirteen original tracks. As musicologist Wayne Marshall writes, “Where We Come From” gives voice, as the best reggae does, to the contradictions of life in a society rife with inequities and yet so rich. Whether odes to the ghetto or the good life, Popcaan's lyrics bring realist portraits and utopian visions into dynamic tension. Songs about struggle and sex and happiness occupy the same space because they do. And whatever the topic, Popcaan's infectious positivity comes through.” Read the full essay: http://www.popcaan.mixpakrecords.com/ Buy the album now: http://smarturl.it/WWCF

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23. Popcaan - Ghetto (Tired Of Crying) (Produced by Dre Skull)

  • Published: 2014-06-10T00:20:45Z
  • By Mixpak
Popcaan - Ghetto (Tired Of Crying) (Produced by Dre Skull)

Where We Come From is the debut album from Jamaican superstar Popcaan. Executive produced by Dre Skull and featuring productions from Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jamie Roberts, Anju Blaxx and Adde Instrumentals, Popcaan's first full length offering sees his signature melodies and uplifting tones on thirteen original tracks. As musicologist Wayne Marshall writes, “Where We Come From” gives voice, as the best reggae does, to the contradictions of life in a society rife with inequities and yet so rich. Whether odes to the ghetto or the good life, Popcaan's lyrics bring realist portraits and utopian visions into dynamic tension. Songs about struggle and sex and happiness occupy the same space because they do. And whatever the topic, Popcaan's infectious positivity comes through.” Read the full essay: http://www.popcaan.mixpakrecords.com/ Buy the album now: http://smarturl.it/WWCF

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24. Popcaan - Get Gyal Easy (prod. Dre Skull) preview

  • Published: 2012-01-02T17:32:36Z
  • By Mixpak
Popcaan - Get Gyal Easy (prod. Dre Skull) preview

Buy the Get Gyal Easy T-Shirt here: http://bit.ly/1f3zSLy After blasting onto the scene in 2010 on the biggest dancehall tune of the year, “Clarks,” Portmore's Popcaan has since proved himself as one of the most talented up-and-coming vocalists in the genre. Coming up as Vybz Kartel's protégé, this year the 23 year old has lent his distinctive voice to an arsenal of bashment hits, from ghetto laments to party smashers. Most recently, this past fall Popcaan was the first dancehall artist since Sean Paul to have his track playlisted on the BBC and big things are set to follow for the “Raving King.” 2012 sees Popskull team up with Dre Skull for a series of Mixpak releases, the first being the single “Get Gyal Easy.” Dre Skull's shaking bass crescendos and minor key string stabs provide the backbone for an emotional gallis anthem, a slow-burning and euphoric bashment tune that showcases Popcaan's versatile singjay style. BBC 1xtra has tapped the single to feature in their Hot 20 of 2012 special airing on January 1st and will follow by keeping the track on their playlist – a strong start for 2012. This is Mixpak keeping its bond with Jamaica as tight as ever.

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25. Palmistry - Lifted

  • Published: 2016-04-28T21:57:31Z
  • By Mixpak
Palmistry - Lifted

The second single from "PAGAN", Palmistry's debut album. Out now digitally: smarturl.it/PAGAN And on special blue vinyl! : smarturl.it/PAGANvinyl

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26. Popcaan - Evil (Produced by Dubbel Dutch)

  • Published: 2014-06-10T00:20:45Z
  • By Mixpak
Popcaan - Evil (Produced by Dubbel Dutch)

Where We Come From is the debut album from Jamaican superstar Popcaan. Executive produced by Dre Skull and featuring productions from Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jamie Roberts, Anju Blaxx and Adde Instrumentals, Popcaan's first full length offering sees his signature melodies and uplifting tones on thirteen original tracks. As musicologist Wayne Marshall writes, “Where We Come From” gives voice, as the best reggae does, to the contradictions of life in a society rife with inequities and yet so rich. Whether odes to the ghetto or the good life, Popcaan's lyrics bring realist portraits and utopian visions into dynamic tension. Songs about struggle and sex and happiness occupy the same space because they do. And whatever the topic, Popcaan's infectious positivity comes through.” Read the full essay: http://www.popcaan.mixpakrecords.com/ Buy the album now: http://smarturl.it/WWCF

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27. Palmistry - Memory Taffeta

  • Published: 2015-05-26T15:03:23Z
  • By Mixpak
Palmistry - Memory Taffeta

OFFICIAL VIDEO BY DANIEL SWAN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVmyo3-ujkg Following up “Catch” and “Protector SE5,” “Memory Taffeta” is the third single from Palmistry on Mixpak. Forever playing with the idea of musical and physical texture, the London vocalist and producer explores the intricacies of his dancehall-inflected pop - bringing moments tender and poetic, melancholic and uplifting.

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28. Vybz Kartel - Half On A Baby

  • Published: 2012-08-04T20:14:49Z
  • By Mixpak
Vybz Kartel - Half On A Baby

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29. Vybz Kartel - My Crew

  • Published: 2012-08-04T20:14:50Z
  • By Mixpak
Vybz Kartel - My Crew

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30. Popcaan - Hustle feat. Pusha T (Produced by Dre Skull)

  • Published: 2014-06-10T00:20:46Z
  • By Mixpak
Popcaan - Hustle feat. Pusha T (Produced by Dre Skull)

Where We Come From is the debut album from Jamaican superstar Popcaan. Executive produced by Dre Skull and featuring productions from Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jamie Roberts, Anju Blaxx and Adde Instrumentals, Popcaan's first full length offering sees his signature melodies and uplifting tones on thirteen original tracks. As musicologist Wayne Marshall writes, “Where We Come From” gives voice, as the best reggae does, to the contradictions of life in a society rife with inequities and yet so rich. Whether odes to the ghetto or the good life, Popcaan's lyrics bring realist portraits and utopian visions into dynamic tension. Songs about struggle and sex and happiness occupy the same space because they do. And whatever the topic, Popcaan's infectious positivity comes through.” Read the full essay: http://www.popcaan.mixpakrecords.com/ Buy the album now: http://smarturl.it/WWCF

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31. Popcaan - Where We Come From (Full Album)

  • Published: 2014-06-10T00:20:47Z
  • By Mixpak
Popcaan - Where We Come From (Full Album)

Buy on double vinyl here: https://store.mixpakrecords.com/products/popcaan-where-we-come-from Where We Come From is the debut album from Jamaican superstar Popcaan. Executive produced by Dre Skull and featuring productions from Dre Skull, Dubbel Dutch, Jamie Roberts, Anju Blaxx and Adde Instrumentals, Popcaan's first full length offering sees his signature melodies and uplifting tones on thirteen original tracks. As musicologist Wayne Marshall writes, “Where We Come From” gives voice, as the best reggae does, to the contradictions of life in a society rife with inequities and yet so rich. Whether odes to the ghetto or the good life, Popcaan's lyrics bring realist portraits and utopian visions into dynamic tension. Songs about struggle and sex and happiness occupy the same space because they do. And whatever the topic, Popcaan's infectious positivity comes through.” Read the full essay: www.popcaan.mixpakrecords.com

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32. Vybz Kartel - Wine Pon Me

  • Published: 2012-08-04T20:14:51Z
  • By Mixpak
Vybz Kartel - Wine Pon Me

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33. Palmistry - Club Aso

  • Published: 2016-04-07T15:47:52Z
  • By Mixpak
Palmistry - Club Aso

Watch the official video here: https://youtu.be/TfiIZeD6Xog "Club Aso" is the first single from Palmistry's debut album, PAGAN, out on Mixpak on June 17th.

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34. Konshens - Don't Worry (Prod. Dre Skull)

  • Published: 2016-10-13T16:41:21Z
  • By Mixpak
Konshens - Don't Worry (Prod. Dre Skull)

WATCH THE OFFICIAL VIDEO HERE: smarturl.it/DontWorryVid As one of the most pre-eminent contemporary dancehall artists, Konshens shows his striking ability to find hit records across a diverse riddim range year in year out, from “Do Sumn” to “Gal A Bubble,” “Pull Up to Mi Bumper” to “Bruk Off Yuh Back.” With hooks that earworm their way into the fabricof dancehall culture worldwide, his impressive songwriting and champion delivery have made him an important artist that continues to rise and rise. On “Don’t Worry”, Konshens delivers a sensual vocal that floats above Dre Skull’s slow wine inducing riddim as he pledges allegiance to his flame. An exploration of the space between sex and love, this one reminds us Konshens is for the lovers.

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35. Konshens - Gal Ting (feat. Patoranking)

  • Published: 2015-08-24T19:49:12Z
  • By Mixpak
Konshens - Gal Ting (feat. Patoranking)

Just in time for Notting Hill Carnival and Labor Day Parade, Konshens' 'Gal Ting' gets a remix with a guest verse from Nigerian dancehall star, Patoranking. Produced by Brooklyn's Dre Skull, this is an international affair uniting different dancehall continents under the same 110bpm roof.

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36. Popcaan - Body So Good

  • Published: 2018-05-11T16:11:32Z
  • By Mixpak
Popcaan - Body So Good

Popcaan announces his long awaited sophomore album, Forever, due this summer, with the release of the first single “Body So Good”.   In the time since his debut album, Where We Come From, and his early days as Vybz Kartel’s protege, Popcaan has risen to become the Caribbean’s most vital contemporary voice. Revered and approached by artists in all genres the world over, Popcaan has found a fan and supporter in Drake, been sampled by Kanye, provided anthemic features for Jamie XX, The Gorillaz and Davido all while he continues to dominate his home turf of dancehall. Now a global star, his new album Forever is set to further cement him as an inimitable force and an icon of his generation.   “Body So Good” is a leaf out of Forever’s book, a glimpse of the craft to come. Popcaan’s signature infectious songwriting and unique tone sits afloat an effortlessly breezy dancehall riddim, with shimmering guitars and a throwback ragga post-chorus.   With “Body So Good,” Popcaan weaves together several concurrent musical threads; finding the sweet spot where pop meets its afro counterpart and dancehall future meets dancehall past,. “Body So Good” is a sublime summer anthem from the artist who has the world in his hands.

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37. Murlo - Jasmine (feat. Gemma Dunleavy)

  • Published: 2015-01-16T17:26:23Z
  • By Mixpak
Murlo - Jasmine (feat. Gemma Dunleavy)

OFFICIAL VIDEO >> http://youtu.be/MF7cWbsW3ls Mixpak is proud to present the first in a series of EPs from UK producer Murlo. Now a forerunner in the crowded and inspiring British underground, Murlo is known for his melodic imagination, his ability to make “music visual” and his trademark ability to expertly weave a number of elements from the contemporary UK club story. Though most recognized for his instrumental offerings in 2014, Murlo adds yet another string to his bow in 2015: his Jasmine EP for Mixpak is his first, full original vocal release, featuring up-and-coming Irish vocalist Gemma Dunleavy. Threading together influences from RnB, grime, dancehall and pop, the EP sits nicely in the UK tradition of female vocal underground records. The elusively-titled “Jasmine” hints at a dancehall riddim, with Murlo’s synths and piano lines serving as a powerful counterpoint to the emotional longing of Gemma’s songwriting. On the flip, “Deep Breath” reaches for a spacious but often intricately layered backbone that toys with sino-grime and wistful melodies, as her almost masochistic storyline takes the forefront. Despite different BPMs and sound palates, Murlo & Gemma Dunleavy manage to strike a delicate balance, maintaining an emotional and sonic thread throughout. This is new terrority for Murlo, but still familiar ground for his fans; his signature sound now comes with added catchy choruses. Constantly surprising, always progressing and forever adept as a producer, we’re excited for our coming projects with Murlo and this is a strong start.

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38. Vybz Kartel - Beautiful Girl

  • Published: 2012-08-04T20:14:49Z
  • By Mixpak
Vybz Kartel - Beautiful Girl

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39. Vybz Kartel - Freestyle

  • Published: 2012-08-04T20:14:51Z
  • By Mixpak
Vybz Kartel - Freestyle

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40. Vybz Kartel - Real Bad Gal

  • Published: 2018-02-16T15:57:12Z
  • By Mixpak
Vybz Kartel - Real Bad Gal

Almost 6 years after their collaboration on the now legendary Kingston Story album, Vybz Kartel & Dre Skull reunite for a one-off single: “Real Bad Gal.” Teased into the world by PartyNextDoor, who sampled the chorus on his Gold-certified hit single “Not Nice”, the original Kartel song is now available on Mixpak. An inimitable combination of Kartel’s throwback flow and Dre Skull’s minimal roughneck production that twists classic dancehall into 2018, the song is a dedication to a “bad and brave” woman, the original bad gal. ---- Vybz Kartel is Jamaica’s most revered contemporary artist, a household name in the Caribbean and a worldwide cult hero whose lyrical ability is matched only by his furious workrate and endless drive for excellent songwriting. In his 20+ year career, he’s had an untouchable influence on modern day dancehall and the pop world at large, working with Rihanna & Missy Elliott, finding fans in Drake and Jay Z and being instrumental in launching the careers of Jamaica’s newest generation of stars: from Popcaan to Spice. In 2011, he worked with Dre Skull to create the full length album “Kingston Story,” which gained unprecedented press coverage for an often overlooked genre, with features in Dazed, The New York Times, The Fader & more. The album, released on Mixpak, is now considered a classic, seeing its third vinyl repressing, and Kartel continues to release hit songs that dominate dancehall year after year.

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