Cubiculo Records 7002 – 7″
November 2013

European Dancehalls will be ablaze as soon as this third release from Cubiculo Records drops. In a wicked comeback tune, Jah Screechy is back on the case with ‘Think Me Did Gone’, on this tuff digi killer riddim called ‘Tortuga’.

Currently part of the hugely talented camp of MCs attached with Kris Kemist and Reality Shock Records, Screechy is most well known for his smash hit in the mid-80s, ‘Walk and Skank’.

Straight down to business on this tune, the lyric banton Screechy reminds all and sundry that he is back. He sends out a warning to all sound boy in the area, dialing up a cool, entertaining delivery of funny and conscious lyrics, in his naturally free flowing fashion.

Tortuga, a heavy, busy, digital riddim, takes one straight to Jammys and Unity Sounds mid-80s productions. Built by Italian digital specialist Marco Doc of Strictly Sounds, this collaboration is bang on for me.

Marco has been providing loads of free releases on his SoundCloud over the past few years, including lots of quality remakes of classic riddims, and also some new ones of his own. Like fellow digital producer Raggattack, he has had some wicked collaborations with London MC Sammy Gold. This includes ‘Everything Gone Digital‘, which I believe is the first cut to feature on the Tortuga riddim.

Cubiculo Records has done it again, get in quick before these fly out the door.

More info:
Strictly Sound SoundCloud
Jah Screechy Facebook
Jah Screechy – the story of of ‘Walk and Skank’ on Trust in Wax
Cubiculo Records