This is not Dirty Skank Beats first rodeo. Before the ‘Mad Combination Riddim’ he has remixed such luminaries as Capleton, Sizzla, Anthony B, Ninja Man, Dreadsquad, Lutan Fyah or Daddy Freddy.
This new assault on your bass bins comes with two versions and an instrumental. Version 1. ‘Step In Ya Face’ has an original vocal from Suku of Ward 21 who has collaborated with Major Lazer or Chase & Status to name a few while version 2. ‘Stamina’ sees the new up & coming artist Doubla J blessing up the mic. Mad Combination Riddim is what you might call Dancehall and Drum & Bass meeting in a sweaty little club, for a dance off.
01. Dirty Skank Beats Feat. Suku of Ward 21 – ‘Step In Ya Face’
02. Dirty Skank Beats Feat. Doubla J – ‘Stamina’
03. Dirty Skank Beats – ‘Mad Combination Riddim’
File under Drum & Bass / Jungle / Dancehall / Reggae
Release Date: August 11th, 2014 / Digital & Limited 10″ Vinyl
Worldwide Distribution by SRD UK
Dirty Skank Beats.
Dirty Skank Beats is a Producer fusing Dancehall and Reggae with Drum & Bass, Jungle and Electronic Music. The project started in 2010 when Dirty Skank Beats Remixed the infamous track ‘Clarks’ by Vybz Kartel, Popcaan and Gaza Slim, this track came out on 12″ Vinyl & Mp3 and was distributed worlwide from Uk to Japan and USA. The Remix also reached the Top 10 Reggae Charts on Beatport and Juno. After this release numerous Official Remixes started flying out the studio for Artists and Producers like; Sizzla, Capleton, Anthony B, Ninja Man, Bunji Garlin, Lutan Fyah, Daddy Freddy, Dreadsquad and Labels such as J Rod Records from Trinidad & Tobago, Supafly from Poland or Low Freq from Mexico.
Suku of Ward 21.
Member of Ward 21 crew from Jamaica that has 3 albums released on Greensleeves and produced countless tracks for some of the biggest reggae & dancehall artistes. Suku’s characteristic low voice tone can be found on records from the likes of Major Lazer, Chase & Status, Sean Paul, Mavado, Bounty Killer, Konshens, and many more.
Doubla J is known for his killer lyrics and live shows all over Europe, either on the stage or in the studio Doubla’s vocal always fit the different tracks he lays he’s voice on. He’s collabs with the likes of Dreadsquad or Schlachthofbronx show the versatility of this MC that is influenced by Dancehall, Hip Hop or Tropical Dance Music.