Diary Of An Afro Warrior - Benga Reviews
Description:Genre: Pop / Artist: Benga / Audio CD released 2008-03-10 at Tempa / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Zero M2 2 Night - Benga ... more
Newest Review: ... mellowing vibe. **Three Stars** 4. "E Trips" I found that with this one, the more you listen to it, the better ... more
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by - written on 15/04/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Benga released "Diary Of An Afro Warrior" in 2008. It was the first official album from the man who many accredit to being one of the most influential people in the mergence of the Electronica sub-genre, Dubstep, which took on the characteristics of the production in House, Grime and 4X4 Garage to come out one of the biggest underground sound in the UK today. He is a London producer, and the sounds can be heard throughout the country since emerging around 2006. 1. "Zero M2" Starting the album off, yopu have a track which has him apparently attempting to sum up what this album is about what what yuo tend to encounter in Dubstep ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/08 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Diary of An Afro Warrior is definitely one of the most influential debut albums i have heard in a long time. Benga is one of London's most promising young talents and has more than exceeded the high expectations of Dubstep aficionados worldwide. For those unfamiliar with the rapidly expanding Dubstep genres, it is one of the freshest and most exciting musical fusions to have emerged since Drum 'n Bass twenty years ago. It is a carefully balanced mix of dark basslines and syncopated and experimental beats. In this debut, Benga has produced an album that the genre can be proud of. Here is a more in-depth analysis of each song: 1. Zero M2 - 3:53 This track ... Read the complete review
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