This mix is compiled and mixed by Doc Holiday and Uwe Kaa, otherwise known as the Roots Rockers. It's a reggae mash-up of some killer tunes of many genres! Very well done too. Great tunes!
Just check out the tracklisting:
Ernest Grass - Intro Turbulence and Spectacular - High Grade Alice Russel - Hurry On Now (remix) J.Star - When I fall In Dub Ms Dynamite - When I fall In Love Super Cat - Girls Town (remix) Pharcyde - Passin Me By (remix) Black Twang and Jahmali - So Rotten (remix) Michael Rose and Shabba Ranks - Shine Eye Gal (remix) Buju Banton - Champion (remix) UB40 feat Sizzla - Red Wine To Gaze (remix) Mystic Dan - Yes Roots Rockers Top Cat - Gallist (remix) Nextmen feat Demolition Man - Piece Of The Pie Skibadee - Tika Toc Black Grass - Oh Jah Zagu Zar - Welcome To England (remix) Demolition Man and Tenor Fly - Loyal To The Game Method Man feat Lauryn Hill - Say C-Day - Kill Of A SoundBwoy Nextmen feat Cutty ranks - Silent Weapon Busta Rhymes - Dangerous (remix) Perfect - Hit Dem Top Cat - Sess Wen Yu Want (remix) Nextmen feat Dynamite MC and Demolition Man - Blood and Fire Marvin Gaye - Hear Me through The Grapevine (remix) Buju Banton - Tracks Kill People (remix) Colleen and Webb - Golden (remix) The Specials and Ol Dirty Bastard - Another message To Rudie (remix) Black Grass - Dont Leave Me This Way (remix) Collie Buddz - Come Fi Kill A Sound Zap Pow Last War The Dynamics - Seven Nation Army Onion Rings - Outro
P.S. There's no official cover for this (as far as I could find), so I whipped the above image together for us to use. ;)
This excellent mixtape was just released by The Real Frequency, Canada's longest running hip-hop radio show. 16 years to be exact. My man, Arcee's, concept behind this cd is to have 16 bars from 16 of Toronto's nastiest acts over classic beats from the past 16 years! DJ's P-Plus and Musiklee Inzane mixed it together, and what a great collection of MCs like Saukrates, Kardinal Offishall, King Reign (from BrassMunk), IRS, Theology3, and Ski (with my fave track! What up, Ski?! Get at me!), among many others!
Compilations like this make me proud to be a Torontonian!