a/ Sugar Minott - Praise His Name
b/ Ticklah - Dub His Name
Release Date: 6th October 2017
a1. Ranking Joe - Give Thanks (Duppy Walk Mix)
a2. Duppy Walk - Give Thanks Dub
b1. Ranking Joe - Give Thanks (Von D Mix)
b2. Von D & The Bongo Brass Band - Give Dub
Release Date: 20th October 2017
a1. Navigator - Sound The Alarm (Ft. Skarramucci) (Serum VIP)
a2. Johnny Osbourne & Marcus Visionary - Jah Promise (Jungle VIP)
b1. Soultrain & Phantom Warrior - Heavy Like Tank VIP (Ft. Navigator)
b2. Bunny General & Marcus Visionary - Soundwar (Dread Mix)
Hot on the heels of his last epic single, Navigator and an all-star cast of Jungle leaders strike again with the 'Junglist Sound' EP taken from his forthcoming debut solo album aptly entitled ‘Alignment’. This EP release is a consolidation of classic lyrics, beats and artists that have been assembled by virtue of their current relevance in Navigator’s reality.
Transforming real life into lyrics is Navigators musical forte, and this is very well demonstrated on "Chatty Mouth" featuring London hit-maker David Boomah, backed up with rolling beats and a melodic baseline from Liondub & Marcus Visionary. The original DJ veteran Ranking Joe cameos on the title track "Junglist Sound" allowing Navi to show his gratitude and pay homage to one of his inspirations from back in the good old days of the Jamaican/UK sound system era, when Navigator was a young up and coming MC. "Meditation Time" is another solid example of Navi's lyrical mastery supported by the classic breaks laden sound of Birmingham based Junglist producer extraordinaire Aries. Lastly, Navi's conscious messages and lyrical prowess are once again showcased to great effect with Miami's Bass Nacho on "Kingston 11," a previously released track smoothly re-translated by way of Potential Badboy’s slick, laid-back, jazzy production magic. So there you have it, the complete package, yet another serious example of songwriting, Reggae Junglist style, and modern day musical Jungle production at its finest that we’re sure you’ll appreciate. There is no doubt that this release will make a serious impact on dance floors and radio alike, so please feel free to enjoy it at your leisure, for your ultimate listening pleasure.
Don’t forget, keep your eyes peeled for the EP remixes dropping in September with heavy hitting dance floor bangers all courtesy of Liondub-ODTmuzik.
a1. Junglist Sound featuring Ranking Joe
a2. Meditation Time featuring Jah Lingua (Aries Remix)
b1. Kingston 11 featuring Bass nacho (Potential Badboy Remix)
b2. Chatty Mouth featuring David Boomah
Confirming his gratitude by way of his musical contributions to the new frontier of Jungle music in 2015, Navigator continues to push his unique vocal skills further with this infectious Jungle anthem. 'Sound The Alarm' signifies the start of the campaign for the imminent release of Navigator's debut solo album on the Liondub-ODT Muzik imprint, a new and visionary collaborative label forged by New York Jungle ambassador Liondub & the veteran Navigator himself.
Addressing current global social issues while at the same time paying tribute to the immortality of Jungle music globally, this song sends out a strong message aimed towards peaceful change. Featuring Skarra Mucci, a much loved Jamaican reggae artist who has laid groundwork for years within the European music community, and produced by legendary German Junglist figurehead Bassface Sascha, this package is ready to tear up dancefloors and the airwaves worldwide.
First off, the mighty Serum hits the London Junglist g-spot with a tribal bassline stomper. Supported by select top DJs already, and featured on the latest Bryan G podcast, this one's in high demand and is accompanied by a remix video. Lost City chip in with a melee of beats and bass; a fresh fusion of Jungle, One Drop, EDM and Trap elements are used to great effect on this next-level remix. UK young gun Sticky Joe delivers melodic bass riffs, an Augustus Pablo-esque harmonica and classic dub fx in his one drop reggae remix. Finishing strong, Original producer Bassface Sascha rewinds again with a big, bad & epic VIP remix that starts off on the roots tip, then suddenly switches into a rolling driller that is sure to be another hi energy crowd pleaser.
More power reaching out to all Junglists worldwide, let's Sound the Alarm Maaaassive!
a1. Sound The Alarm (Serum Remix)
a2. Sound The Alarm (Sticky Joe Remix)
b1. Sound The Alarm (Lost City Remix)
b2. Sound The Alarm (Bassface Sascha Remix)
a1. Jah Cure - Never Find (Interface Remix)
b1. Jah Cure - Never Find (Marcus Visionary Remix)