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Sneakbo ft. Mavado - Warn Them

Once again, Sneakbo on a dancehall riddim. He's making a fair few of these and I love it. Sneakbo has the streets on smash right now. Big him up all day.



All the punks that don't usually blog or care about dancehall are fully on him. Sort of thing that annoys me about the music industry, its just bandwagons. The amount of times I've had convo's about tunes that if it has a familiar face on it "That tune's sick", if it doesn't they don't have no time for it. This is why I say the music game is all smoke and mirrors. And it doesn't help that the so-called "real" dancehall DJs don't play these tunes.

I featured the Gully Bomb in it's original form last year on a mix CD I made. It was just my favourite tunes 'til that point but it sounds more like a best of 2010 that was made in about October. Sick CD if I do say so myself. Catch the download from here



These two tunes on the riddim are big as well

T'Nez & 3 Star - No More Tears ("Me nah gwaan like mi nuh like mi life/ Man ah survivor so we ah fight di fight... No more tears inna mumma eye fi cry")



Bugle - There For You ("Real friend is always there for you/ Them nah stop care fi you")

Dancehall Takeover will not be televised, but you can guarantee it will be right here on Marvin Sparks dot blogspot dot com. RIP the half-Jamaican Gil Scott-Heron

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