In 1997, Massive B released the “Cuss Cuss Riddim”
New York-based Sound System Massive B is probably the most influential Reggae Dancehall Sound and independent record label of the USA. The movement was launched by Bobby Konders in the early 1990’s, later joined by Jabba who became the voice of Massive B. The New York Sound System has toured the world and worked with many artists such as Anthony B and Burro Banton among others.In 1997, Massive B released the “Cuss Cuss Riddim”, featuring Anthony B, Burro Banton, Triston Palmer and more. It’s a remake of a riddim of the same name, which would have been produced for the very first time by Harry “Big J” Johnson in 1969. However, the Massive B‘s version is a lot closer to the dub version produced by in the 1980’s. Overall, it’s a very good riddim. Listen to it. Share and comment if you like it.Track list:01 – Anthony B – Warrior02 – Burro Banton – Tek A Set03 – King Kong – Rumble Jumble Life04 – Little John – No 1 Better05 – Shinehead – Promisses06 – Triston Palmer – Cuss CussDOWNLOAD
Lloyd Robinson – Cuss Cuss produced by Harry ‘Big J’ Johnson
King Tubby’s version
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