Dub Rockers/VP Records have compiled a 7-track EP of smoker anthems in anticipation of the 4/20 holiday. The EP, fittingly titled Reggae Dubs Dabs, becomes available April 15th, 2016.
Included on the selection is a mixture of reggae’s most relevant reggae artists from the US, Europe the Caribbean, each singing their ode to cannabis.
The EP kicks off with with Alborosie‘s reggae-dubstep tune “Fly 420.” Next, Kingston’s Raging Fyah present “Raggamuffin,” an unreleased track from their forthcoming studio album, Everlasting. Mystic Revealers and Chronixx teamed up for “Herb Must Legalize Now,” a straightforward message demanding for the worldwide legalization of marijuana. Reggae Dubs Dabs then moves on to “Pass The Herb” by Fortunate Youth featuring The Green and Marlon “Ganja Farmer” Asher, a major hit off their 2015 album Don’t Think Twice.
The EP closes out with 3 East Coast bands in Soul Rebel Project, Stick Figure, and The Movement. “Good Burn” by Massachusetts outfit Soul Rebel Project comes off their 2014 album Higher Place. “Smokin’ Love” by Stick Figure featuring Collie Buddz also made the cut. Last but certainly not least is “Habit 2016” from The Movement, a rejuvenated version of their 2008 song “Habit.” Collie Buddz also appears on the song with The Movement.
Heavily featured on Reggae Dubs Dabs, Stick Figure, Fortunate Youth, and Raging Fyah are all currently touring together. You can catch them on their U.S. tour, which continues until the end of April.
Dub Rockers – Reggae Dubs Dabs Tracklist
1.) Fly 420 – Alborosie feat. Sugus
2.) Raggamuffin – Raging Fyah
3.) Herb Must Legalize Now – Mystic Revealers feat. Chronixx
4.) Pass The Herb – Fortunate Youth feat. The Green Marlon Asher
5.) Good Burn – Soul Rebel Project
6.) Smokin’ Love – Stick Figure feat. Collie Buddz
7.) Habit 2016 – The Movement feat. Collie Buddz Bobby Hustle
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Article By: Brian Winters
Listen: Raging Fyah – “Raggamuffin”
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