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The Traffic Jam by Stephen Marley

Album

The Traffic Jam

Stephen Marley

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Album

The Traffic Jam

Stephen Marley

Play on Napster
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Label: Tuff Gong P/S, Stephen
The lyrics rip a familiar page from the big book of cops-confiscate-weed stories, but the song's subtly is in its sonic stitching. From the beat-boxed beat to the ragga rap delivered by the Marley brothers, the sound is percussive, primitive future shock, re-imagining the sparseness and spirit of roots reggae for those glued to dancehall's propulsive rhythms, making this another sure shot from the team behind "Welcome to Jamrock."

About This Album

The lyrics rip a familiar page from the big book of cops-confiscate-weed stories, but the song's subtly is in its sonic stitching. From the beat-boxed beat to the ragga rap delivered by the Marley brothers, the sound is percussive, primitive future shock, re-imagining the sparseness and spirit of roots reggae for those glued to dancehall's propulsive rhythms, making this another sure shot from the team behind "Welcome to Jamrock."

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About This Album

The lyrics rip a familiar page from the big book of cops-confiscate-weed stories, but the song's subtly is in its sonic stitching. From the beat-boxed beat to the ragga rap delivered by the Marley brothers, the sound is percussive, primitive future shock, re-imagining the sparseness and spirit of roots reggae for those glued to dancehall's propulsive rhythms, making this another sure shot from the team behind "Welcome to Jamrock."