OLDIES SUNDAY – @FutureFambo – Kung Fu (1994)

Today’s Oldies Sunday selection requires you to only dance, not practice your chops and kicks. The selection comes from Dancehall Artist Future Troubles a.k.a. Future Fambo. Titled “Kung Fu” and produced by Roof International in 1994, we hear Future instructing listeners to do the Kung Fu Dance and aim to make it a staple at parties. In a time when new dances were being created, this was a hot single for the artist and created a buzz for him in the streets.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Carl Douglas – Kung Fu Fighting (1974)


Today’s Oldies Sunday Selection comes from Jamaican Recording Artist, Carl Douglas. Titled “Kung Fu Fighting“, this was produced by Biddu for PYE Records in 1974. At that time, Martial Art films (termed “Chopsocky“) were increasing in popularity worldwide (especially in Jamaica), and at a time during the rise of Disco music, Carl created it as a tribute.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: The Royal Routes – I’ve Got To Be Dreaming


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection will take you to church thanks to The Royal Routes. Titled “I’ve Got To Be Dreaming“, this was produced by Royal Routes & Co. and released through the Ephesus label. This group, led by Everet Dyce, proved that nothing can stop them from delivering the good message through song, not even Poliomyelitis. This song is an undeniable hit that has transcended generations and is sure to bring back memories for many. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Gregory Peck – Wey You Ago Do (1989)

Gregory Peck

Today’s Oldies Sunday selection is for all the Sound Bwoys and Sound Systems from Gregory Peck. Titled “Wey You Ago Do” this was produced by King Jammys and released in 1989. Here Gregory is sending a warning to all Sound Systems and Selectors that his sound will not lose and they should just retire all together. He also hurled insults and stated that they cannot win the audience with their selections and his sound was the winner in all clashes.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Top 5 Jamaican Mother’s Day Songs On The Radio


This goes out to all the mamas, the baby mamas, the grandmothers, the aunties…you get the drift. Did you ever notice every year on Mother’s Day you hear some very familiar songs on the radio? Well I can’t be the only one so today my Oldies Sunday selection focuses on 5 Jamaican songs that never failed in getting airplay on Mother’s Day.

#5 – Richie Stephens x Bounty Killa – Pot Of Gold

With a mix of Richie Stephens’ singing and Bounty’s deejaying, this tribute was recorded for the “Pot Of Gold” label and has been a staple every year since it’s release.

#4 – Anthony Cruz – Mama’s Blessing

Released in 2003/2004 on the “I SwearRiddim, Anthony Cruz sang about the hardships his mother went through to provide the best life for him. Never fails when it comes getting airplay this time of the year.

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