October 15, 2015
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Nyahbingi Sound – Set Yourself Free (Mix)(October, 2015)

NYAHBINGI SOUND PRESENTS HIS REGGAE ROOTS MIXTAPE “SET YOURSELF FREE”

It was the end of nineties when artists like Sizzla, Jah Cure, Anthony B or Capleton were giving their best over already nowadays classic riddims like Buss Up Barriers, Mount Jerusalem or Drum Song. A fresh sound called “new roots reggae” was leading jamaican charts, and we just were turning crazy trying to get the best tunes before vinyls sold out. This is just a little tribute to one of the best conscious sounds period ever going outta Jamaica. Strictly roots & culture!

Selected and mixed by Pep Cool Steady /Design by Miss Van Wine

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  • ARTISTS : Various Artists (V.A)
  • LABEL : ©2015 Nyahbingi Sound
  • DJ : Nyahbingi Sound
  • RELEASE DATE : October, 2015
  • # TRACKS : One Track
  • DURATION : 01:23:00
  • FILE SIZE : 179 Mo
  • SERATO READY *:
  • BPM :
  • (*) All Files are tagged and ready for djs.

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Nyahbingi Sound [Spain] Always in touch with jamaican music, Nyahbingi Sound offered his first show in Barcelona after three years at the pit stop at Sant Antoni Reggae Splash Festival in january. Formed 15 years ago, this collective from Barcelona was one of the first spanish “sounds” that crossed the borders of their country to play at diferent european diferents clubs and festivals, sharing stage with artists like Alton Ellis, Bitty McLean, Ziggi, General Levy o U-Brown entre d'altres. Nyahbingi Sound are Pep Cool Steady, Leggo, Rochisteady, Miss Van Wine and Chalsbwoy. Do the reggae!
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It was the end of nineties when artists like Sizzla, Jah Cure, Anthony B or Capleton were giving their best over already nowadays classic riddims like Buss Up Barriers, Mount Jerusalem or Drum Song. A fresh sound called "new roots reggae"...

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