Mon, 1 August 2016


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Label: Run Tingz Digital
Catalogue Number: RTZD013
Release Date: 19.08.16 (Juno Download Exclusive)
Format: Digital

1. Serial Killaz & Run Tingz Cru - Murder Ya Sound ft. Tenor Fly & Blackout JA (Serum remix)
2. Run Tingz Cru - It's a Junglist Ting ft. David Boomah & Blackout JA (Levela Remix)
3. Run Tingz Cru - Took My Breath ft. Solo Banton & Lady Fyah (Gold Dubs Remix)
4. Run Tingz Cru - Drop Call ft. Tenor Fly & Lady MC (Koznik & Khavy Remix)

Volume Two has arrived. Four Run Tingz tracks get the remix treatment on RTZD013 just in time for summer. Featured are some of the most successful tracks in the label's history, harking back as far as the fifth release on wax back in 2011. The boys have enlisted the capable talents of Serum, Levela, Gold Dubs & Koznik & Khavy to give their take on four classic riddims that shaped the label over the past half-decade.

D&B heavyweight Serum takes on the undeniable might of the late Tenor Fly's vocal onslaught in his remix of Serial Killaz & Run Tingz Cru's 'Murder Ya Sound' - his trademark stabs accompany, what could be described as, an unconventional beat. This one's been sitting in the wings for a while and it's great to see it finally get a release.

Next up, Levela applies what can only be described as twenty first century savagery to 2012's 'It's A Junglist Ting'. The skill in successfully utilizing the top notch vocal talents of both David Boomah & Blackout JA on a Jump Up track is not something that should be taken lightly; Levela delivers big time with this ferocious number.

Recent label regular Gold Dubs provides the rolling Jungle vibes for his remix of 'Took My Breath'. One of the best tracks from the Bristol back-cat gets a fresh lick of paint and it does not disappoint in the slightest! Lady Fyah's iconic hook is preceded by rumbling analogue sounding bass that plays out over the drop following a hair raising reggae-skank-laden intro. Contender for pick of the bunch.

Belgian duo Koznik & Khavy provide us with our second dose of Jump Up. Super tight drum work and inventive use of Tenor Fly's vocal make for a captivating intro - come the drop though it's head nod central as the EP is rounded off in upfront style.



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