Welcome to Anything Goes World Tour Jamaican Dancehall by DJ NYCEE

Track list

1 RiDe On Me Alkaline
2 SLAVERY DEXTA DAPS
3 ALL THE WAY KY-MANI MARLEY
4 NOWADAYS FRIEND I OCTANE
5 NUMB (SKUNK) TOMMY LEE SPARTA
6 DON'T MESS AROUND JAH VINCI
7 THINKING OUT LOUD KHAGO
8 ENCHANTING VYBZ KARTEL
9 CAN'T GIVE A FUCK [RAW] KRANIUM
10 ADDICTED TO YOUR LOVE GYPTIAN
11 ADDICTED TO YOUR LOVE GYPTIAN
12 NOBODY IN THE WORLD (JOHN LEGEND COVER) KONSHENS
13 NOBODY IN THE WORLD (JOHN LEGEND COVER) KONSHENS
14 MAD ME [RAW] POPCAAN
15 MAD ME [RAW] POPCAAN
16 ANSWER ME [RAW] MASICKA X ISHAWNA
17 PRESSURE VYBZ KARTEL
18 PRESSURE VYBZ KARTEL
19 Nuh Like Da Style Deh - [Raw] Bugle
20 Hurt By Friends I-Octane
21 Herbs (Sensimena) Tarrus Riley
22 I'm A Big Deal Chris Martin
23 So Me Seet - [Raw] Mr. G & Blakk Man
24 7Eleven - [Raw] Dexta Daps
25 LOST KEYS RIDDIM [INSTRUMENTAL] ADDE PRODUCTIONS
26 I PROMISE YOU [RAW] VYBZ KARTEL
27 BOTTLE SERVICE RDX
28 GHETTO LIFE [CLEAN] BUTTA & JADAKISS
29 LIVE BLANKET [CRANK IT] MAVADO
30 ABOVE DEM (A WE DEM NUH LIKE) [RAW] ALKALINE FT MAVADO & I OCTANE
31 Gyal Bruk Out Alkaline
32 So Mi Like It (Raw) Spice
33 CHANGE MI VYBZ KARTEL
34 Vybz Kartel (YKC REC) Shawnie
35 MORE THAN HAPPY [RAW] ALKALINE
36 PRETTY PLEASE [RAW] AIDONIA 1V
37 MY HEAVEN MY HELL VYBZ KARTEL
38 HAPPY HOUR RIDDIM [INSTRUMENTAL] CHIMNEY RECORDS
39 BADMIND PEOPLE [RAW] BEENIE MAN
40 A BAGGA TINGS [RAW] ALKALINE
41 MR. VSOP RDX
42 NAH USE DEM [RAW] MAVADO
43 MI NUH TRUST PEOPLE [RAW] VYBZ KARTEL
44 FREE UP TARRUS RILEY FT. ZAGGA
45 WAY UP STAY UP CHI CHING CHING x POPCAAN
46 GYAL TING I OCTANE
47 LIFE TOO SHORT [RAW] CHILANDO
48 MY GIRL [RAW] VYBZ KARTEL
49 MORE THAN YOU [CLEAN] ALKALINE
50 THE ROAD VYBZ KARTEL
51 BORN BAD POPCAAN FT FREDDIE GIBBS
52 VROOM VROOM (RAW) ISHAWNA
53 WHO SHE WANT STYLO G FT. GULLY BOP
54 #TEXT MESSAGE BUSY SIGNAL

Welcome to Anything Goes World Tour Jamaican Dancehall

by DJ NYCEE

New mixtape series. Ting called world tour, going around di world musically starting with back a yard. Dancehall is named after Jamaican dance halls in which popular Jamaican recordings were played by local sound systems. These began in the late 1940s among people from the inner city of Kingston such as Trench Town, Rose Town and Denham Town—Jamaicans who were not able to participate in dances uptown.[5] Social and political changes in late-1970s Jamaica, including the change from the socialist government of Michael Manley (People's National Party) to Edward Seaga (Jamaica Labour Party),[3] were reflected in the shift away from the more internationally oriented roots reggae towards a style geared more towards local consumption, and in tune with the music that Jamaicans had experienced when sound systems performed live.[4] Themes of social injustice, repatriation and the Rastafari movement were overtaken by lyrics about dancing, violence and sexuality. www.djnycee.com www.rasfm.com www.fleetdjs.com

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