When you hear the whistle, you know you’re gonna hear a big tune! Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from Recording Artist Hopeton Lindo. Stepping in like a General, we check out “Slaughter“! Produced by Mikey Bennett, the single was released through Two Friends Records in 1991. On the track, Hopeton kicks it off with his famous whistling before delivering some bad bwoy lyrics to those who think they’ll get the upper hand when they confront him. A song that’s fitting for any Sound Clash, Hopeton Lindo was ready to send all opponents to the cemetary when they step into his area for battle. “Slaughter” was a popular track for Hopeton, and was featured on his critically acclaimed debut album, “The Word” in 1992.
Since “Slaughter”, Hopeton Lindo went on to make more music, and did some production as well. He was responsible for penning the classic JC Lodge “Telephone Love“, and Deborahe Glasgow’s “Champion Lover” with Co-Writer Home-T. Once again, when you hear the whistle, you’re gonna hear a big tune! Kuff him!
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