Nine Lives | Whatever It's Dubbed As

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Whatever It's Dubbed As

by Nine Lives

Genre: Reggae: Dub
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Friend in Deed Dub
3:49 album only
2. Cruising Dub
3:52 album only
3. Dub Mary J
4:18 album only
4. Essex Girls Dub
4:36 album only
5. Extradite Dub
4:48 album only
6. Gun Crime Dub
4:36 album only
7. High Rise Dub
3:41 album only
8. Inner City Heaven Dub
3:31 album only
9. Revelations Dub
3:38 album only
10. The Mess Pot Dub
3:36 album only
11. Wicked Dub
4:36 album only
12. World Cup 2018 Dub
3:41 album only
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Album Notes
Whatever It's Dubbed As is the début dub album from Nine Lives, Top Cat's producer alter ego. Having been the brains and inspiration behind some of the hottest beats released over the past 2 decades this is now Nine Lives first solo dub album featuring some of the creativity he has become known for in the many music genres of one of the underground music capitals of the world. London. All tracks were composed recorded and produced by Nine Lives and range from roots, to Dance Hall to Dub Step to Urban, Hip Hop. Whatever It's Dubbed As, it has the lot. Need some beats to flow over with no vocals? Want to shake the place until your neighbour wants to get up in your face, as they can't take the bass? Make sure you check out this album

Outta The Catacombs is the brand new album for 2012 from Top Cat produced by his alter ego Nine Lives and featuring collaborations with David Boomah and Demolition Man. Coming at you in a reggae and dance hall style, Top Cat once again shows how he is versatile, giving us a lyrical performance that is both entertaining and thought provokingly educational. World re-known for his herbalist songs, the collaboration with Demolition Man "Give Me The Weed" could well be another massive anthem, "When God Made You" is a rub a dub thriller, yet the album contains topics as diverse as "No Justice" a point of view from the people living in the inner cities where riots took place back in the summer of 2011, that isn't about looting but about the purpose on the whole, straight without diluting. Top Cat certainly pulls out a lyrical feast from out of his catacomb of lyrics. Make sure you check out this.



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