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OLDIES SUNDAY: @RealMunga – Flipping Rhymes (2006)


Happy New Year! We hope 2019 will be an amazing year for you and yours. How about some Oldies Sunday? Kicking off the new year, we had to bring some energy, and today we went back to the year 2006 with Dancehall Artist Munga Honorable’s track “Flipping Rhymes“! Produced by Don Corleonie on the “High Altitude Riddim“, this was one of the tracks that got Munga’s name buzzing and kicked off a streak of hits. On the track he showcased an aggressive flow blended with an Autotuned delivery that became his signature sound for quite some. With Don’s production, the song became a hot track, and rapidly placed him as an Artist to watch.

Munga continued to release singles over the years with some being moderate hits. While he has had some issues in his career and life over the years, he has been toiling his way back on the scene, and earning respect from many. For those who remembered the Gangsta Ras’ buzz back in the day, or those who are new to his music, check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @PuppaChezidek – Leave The Trees (2006)


In recognition of yesterday’s “420” celebrations, today I feature a song from Reggae artist Chezidek. Titled “Leave The Trees” and produced by Hugh “Bunny Dan” Miller for Our Promotions in 2006, Chezidek warns us about the effects of drugs and alcohol while proclaiming that Marijuana is beneficial to the people and should not be discarded by the law enforcement as burning it harms the environment. He also sings about the positive effects of Marijuana where it is medicine and can be made into clothing and proceeds from selling it could support families.

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