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Bass Heaven: Congo Natty + Tenor Fly + Reggae Roast DJ Collective + DJ Spoony + Nicky Blackmarket + Klashnekoff + DJ Sk
Aka the Rebel MC of 'Street Tuff' fame and one of the true pioneers of Jungle music.
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Tenor Fly was a British singer and rapper who rose to prominence in the ragga movement of the early 1990s. Born Jonathan Sutter, Fly had been a member of Freestylers and worked as a solo artist.
He died suddenly in June 2016.
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Reggae Roast have steadily built up a reputation for hosting one of the most vibrant monthly Reggae events in London that is all about creating a respectful atmosphere where people can enjoy the best reggae music Recently Reggae Roast have been in high demand, playing at clubs across the UK including regular sets at Fabric, spreading their message of conscious roots music and positive vibes. Over the past 3 years Reggae Roast have hosted some of the biggest names in the business, including: Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Collie Buddz, Sly & Robbie, Finley Quaye, Mad Professor, David Rodigan, Suggs (Madness), Mungo’s Hifi, Channel One Sound System, Iration Steppas and Adrian Sherwood.
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Top UK DJ and member of Radio One's Dreem Teem. Winner of the Best UK Club DJ, Mobo Awards 2001.
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A drum'n'bass DJ with Blackmarket Records in Soho whose ability and knowledge is self evident.
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One of the UK's rising hip-hop stars. The founder member of the Terra Firma crew, Klashnekoff, (Pronounced, k-lash-nek-off), is a Hackney born and bred father of two, whose west-Indian roots have proved to be a strong influence on his music. He chooses to leave the labelling of his style to the masses, but does admit to drawing inspiration from a bank of talent that reads like a trans-genre hall of fame, with appearances from the likes of David Bowie and Bob Marley. Wherever or whatever his brand of Hip Hop there is no doubt that it has definitely quenched the underground's thirst for something new.
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