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Released back in 2007 on 2x12" Babylon: Volume 1 (Sub Soldiers Records), this homage to the roots of dub was one of two outstanding tracks on the Rusko's first EP.
Borrowing the melody from The Revolutionaries' Kunte Kinte, Jahova leant more towards dub than step and was one of Chris Mercer's last tracks in this style before moving from Leeds to London and embraced all things cockney.
Now concentrating on ravier, party tunes with humorous samples spliced in, the most obvious of these new releases was Cockney Thug. Based around a charming character called Bricktop, vocals implored the crowd to 'wake the fuck up' before Rusko's trademark dub sirens and bass-wobble came in to batter the dancefloor.
We say: Laaaarge. We also say if you want to make a track like Rusko, just click here. End plug.
J is also for:
Joker: One to watch alert! Bristol boy wonder obsessed with videogames and creating 'purple tunes'. Apparently, he sees tunes as colours.