Though you might not be able to tell if you look out your window, it’s allegedly BBQ season, and this, as all things in life needs a soundtrack. Stepping up to the plate to give you all you need to make that Jerk Chicken all the sweeter are the boys from Booty Fruit, with their first volume of Dubplate Bullets
Featuring four choice cuts from four producers, two of which are new to me, this is a
Kicking things off is new boy, DJ Maars‘ cut, Loose Juice, which takes the well worn Notorious B.I.G ‘Juicy’ acapella and smacks it down over a sliced and diced version of The Upsetters ‘Return of Django‘, unless I’m must mistaken, followed swiftly byRoast Beatz TDK Titan, harking back to the days of recordable C90s over a swirling hammond line and crisp beat.
Track three turns the ‘full bore Reggae choon’ dial up to 11 for Kill Emil‘s World War, sounding like something that could dropped from the soundboard of Lee Scratch Perry sometime in the 70s, before rounding off with a track is from our old friend Cut La Vis whose track Chop Dat Riddim puts a summery spin on a favourite of mine, Milez Benjamins Chop That Wood, to great effect.
Find a preview below, and if you like what you hear, pop over to junodownload and chuck them some of your hard earned