numa crew and killa s army join forces on this banger that will represent the first release of the brand new label numa recordings. the first release of numa recordings is all about a mediterranean and jamaican alliance, an explosive blend of grime and reggae vibes.
, killa s army is a crew from london formed by killa p, irah and long range, one of the most powerful trios in the contemporary uk grime scene, their own original style is distinguished by a -heavy- jamaican dancehall & reggae influence. the italian collective numa crew has developed their unique sound over the years, ranging from dubstep to jungle, through a limitless exploration of the different styles in the wide spectrum of genres in the uk underground scene. in the production of -we nuh tek talk- lies the essence of this musical journey. the main theme of the tune is the legendary motive of courtney melody s ‘ninja mi ninja chorus, adapted to a modern day grime beat. backing the title track is the we nuh tek riddim version by numa crew, the beat and the bassline are simple and heavy at the same time. it will be fire in the dance
new heavyweight moonshine 12inch comes courtesy of italian numa crew known mainly for their set of bootleg releases on the erba imprint and recent full length album new underground massive alliance released on liondub international. this set of 3 deep dubwise killers will bring the heat to any dance. supported by the ones of radikal guru, rsd or dj madd just to name a few.
dub-stuy welcomes up and coming producer blind prophet for a conscious dub release in collaboration with russia’s tenor youthman and italy’s numa crew. long island, new york s blind prophet makes his debut on dub-stuy records alongside the vocal talents of tenor youthman , one of the founders of russia’s lion posse sound system. ‘ marijuana burns capitalism ’ is a deep and meditative social statement sure to move the dance and stimulate the heads. on ‘marijuana burns capitalism’, blind prophet lays down a solid riddim, with a deep driving bassline and a bubbly harpsichord skank, for tenor youthman to sing about the liberating properties of hemp in fighting the evils of mass production and capitalism. the result is a simple and effective cut backed by a sparse dub that lets the drums and bass roll out to full effect. the flip side sees florence’s numa crew deliver their own fire for the dance with another straight to the chest dub version that focuses on the bassline and tenor’s unique vocal style. a 12” for the massive that continues the uplifting sound system music dub-stuy is known for.