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REGGAE / 42 www.guestlist.netDANCE HALL Issue 52 / 2013 GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS Stlyo G Album of the month: Here Come The Kings It's not through self-imposed accolades that Morgan Heritage are dubbed as Reggae Royalty. If its's a new sound you're looking for to blast through your speakers at your next house pary, Guestlist recommends: Instead, it is through hard work and passion that they have earned great respect from music lovers and have gained dedicated fans over the years. From playing in front of hundreds of thousands of people in various places throughout Europe, Africa and the Caribbean Islands and various number one hits they've made quite a name for themselves over the years. Made up of five family members from Jamaica, Morgan Stylo G, also known as Jason McDermott is the new face of reggae dub. Originally from Jamaica he moved to the UK aged 15 to pursue his career in music. As a familiar face in the underground urban scene, Stylo mixes sounds of traditional Jamaican vibes to heavy dubstep beats, perfectly combined through unique music editing. Following in his father's musical footsteps Stylo has been influenced by the heritage of Jamaican sound; to this day he continues to work hard and strive for perfection. In 2004 Stylo released his first track 'My Yout' which Heritage has released many albums, their newest one being Here Come the Kings which is released on the 6th June. This fabulous album contains some of their best songs yet, with warm vibes perfect for summer garden gatherings and the underlying, classic reggae tone they carry through all their music which makes it so memorable, it really is a album to add to your collection. became a hit through Radio, TV and online. In 2011 he released his underground smash mix "Call Mi a Yardie" he 's now preparing for the new album, which includes a track from Wretch 32 and is due for release later this year. Stylo G was recently recognised for supporting London's 2012 Olympics celebrations where he performed at Puma Yard in August alongside Usain Bolt! Stylo has big plans for the future working with the likes of: Giggs, Chipmunk and Sneakbo. Not to mention he was announced this week to be playing the Reading and Leeds festival on the 1Xtra stage alongside some of the biggest names in music. With such a huge reputation already behind him Stylo G is definitely one to keep an eye on . The song proves to be amongst some of his best work, which brings together both dub and dread heads, at last. We think we 'll be hearing a lot more from Stylo G in the future. For more infomation: June releases Reincarnated Snoop Lion The hands that thieve Streetlight manifesto Charly Blak Ft Etzia Here come the kings Observing the star house in dub The Orb & Lee 'Scratch' Perry Mr soul of jamaica (greatsest hits) Morgan Heritage We Found Love Again Alton Ellis TBA Misha B LA SI DA Cas Hayley John Brown's Body Kings and Queens Mixpak presents:inna style N' Fashion Ep VA Soundbwoy EP Stylo G Rebel Massive Dubmatix

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