Ragamuffin Hip Hop - Asher D & Daddy Freddy Reviews
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In 1988 came the debut of Asher D & Daddy Freddy with "Ragamuffin Hip-Hop". A landmark release, it saw the first direct fusion of Hip Hop and Reggae Dancehall for a full album and finds Peckham's Asher D (not not be confused with the So Solid Crew member) and Kingston's Daddy Freddy collaborating with an album that both raises the scale of UK Hip Hop and shows off Jamaica's Ragga scene to the masses. 1. "Ragamuffin Hip-Hop" They set it off well as they drop a tune that has them showing just how strong the pair's chemistry is and how well the sounds of both styles work together. It makes for some powerful material that you ... Read the complete review
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