Gully Bop | Rumours

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Rumours

by Gully Bop

This EP recorded and mixed at Dainjah’s Grab Dem studio, Kingston Jamaica - YU LARGE!
Genre: Reggae: Dancehall
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Change Will Come One Day
2:16 album only
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2. Gwan Go Wash Yuh Hand
2:50 album only
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3. She Telling Me This and That
2:28 album only
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4. Nah Follow Dem (And Drink Tia Maria)
2:02 album only
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5. Island Girls
2:54 album only
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6. One Bag a Rumours
2:58 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes

Here it is, the long anticipated EP from Gully Bop. Gully has decided to venture out, singing different styles of music (To The World!!), and he has been to lots of places, in the world.

In his opening track, he is almost pleading urgently for the ‘change’, you feel a stab of empathy, then he sings how ‘You Mind Dutty Like Inna Me Cyar Engine…”

Gwan Go Wash Yu Hand is Gully Bop’s anthem to all the ‘nassy people’ out there...One has to wonder whether he means literally or metaphorically.

He goes from the relaxing sounds of (She Telling Me This And That) to the unyielding sounds of ‘Tia Maria’.

Island Girls is an almost carefree and tropical dance tune, reminding us of days long gone, or days yet to come.

With ‘One Bag A Rumours’ he rides the riddim, exclaiming That ‘The ‘Bwoy A Carry Feelings ‘Tru Him Gyal Inna Me Lap’ (displaying his exuberance) many would run for cover or stumble and fall, but not Gully Bop, he goes round the little obstacle.

He has something for everyone no matter their background but of course, he stays true to his love of Reggae Music. Gully Bop will canter and gallop, then trot, without a break; his voice can give the impression of sounding almost strained and raspy, then suddenly he can break into a melodious, genial timbre which will surprise you. The record buying public will hear Gully Bop has reached and overcome a plateau.

This is a great album for seasoned and newcomers to Dancehall reggae, there is something for everybody here, and I trust you will love Rumours!

Blessings.



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