Kultur Mix #9

A Set From Easybabasound

Easybabasound started DJ-ing back in 2003 with his school mate Aiman. Together they were known as Assault & Battery. Packed with attitude, they entered the Juice Magazine DJ Quest in 2005, and walked away as competition champions. Heavily influenced with the sound of Drum and Bass & Jungle, Assault & Battery has been playing around the city of Kuala Lumpur, highlighting for many club nights, parties, promoting the scene and opening for many international DJs. 

Upon rastafari calling, Easybaba dived in deeper into the music and went back to roots music. Where all sounds leads back to reggae music, and the mission to spread the message has been ongoing since. Easybaba then moved to Langkawi Island and met up with King I back in 2011. They played many nights in Babylon, Langkawi. Ever since that he has collaborated with other MCs such as Miroll, Joe PV & Illya Sumanto.

Please dive into these deeply selected tracks straight from Malaysia by the one and only Easybabasound!
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Tracklist:

  1. Tippa Irie -Sensi (easybabasound dubplate)
  2. King I & The Easybabasound – Aku Sayang Sensi
  3. U roy – Mr War Officer (Dee-Jay Version)
  4. Easybabasound – Duyung Berenang (Feat. Illya Sumanto)
  5. Sugar Minott – Genuine Dub 
  6. Linval Thompson – Ganja Man
  7. Cornell Campbell & Soothsayers – Jah Jah Me No Born Yah (Ticklah Dub Mix)
  8. Easybabasound meets Miroll – Lord
  9. Moa Anbessa – Everliving (Feat. Prince David)
  10. King I & The Easybabasound – Running Away
  11. Kibir La Amlak – Dub like you
  12. Joe PV – Irieman (Easybaba Dubplate)
  13. Nucleus Roots – One fe de soundman
  14. Gregory isaacs & Alpha Steppa – Officer Dub
  15. Mungo’s Hifi Feat. Daddy Freddy & Sugar Minott – Raggamuffin (Easybabasound dubplate)
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