Salim "BruceLim" Brown x Robert "Dubwise" Browne - "My Mind = Made Up" on 13thStreetPromotions.com

.@SalimxBruceLim Rocks Out With Dad @RobertDubwise On “My Mind = Made Up”


Musician/Producer Salim “Brucelim” Browne like many musicians, has been channeling his feelings through his Instruments. The Bassist has been crafting beautiful sounds for quite some time, and may be the secret weapon you need in a Studio session. With a handful of releases showcasing his production prowess, he takes a task that finds him collaborating with an Icon. That person is legendary Musician/Producer Robert “Dubwise” Browne, also known as his Dad! Together they make a beautiful moment called, “My Mind = Made Up“.

Armed with their many analog and digital Instruments, Salim and Robert Browne give us the father/son tag team with a diverse range of sounds. Originally an Instrumental with an Artist in mind, Salim scrapped the idea after not seeing any progress, and extended the beat with the help of his Dad. If you like the production, you may want to reach out for a chance to rap/sing/deejay over the beat. The father/son dynamic is no stranger to the music scene, as we have seen collaborations with Vybz Kartel and his sons Likkle Addi and Likkle Vybz, Burro Banton and Leno Banton, Buju Banton with his sons Jahazeil and Markus Myrie, and most recently Tommy Lee Sparta and his son Skirdle Sparta. We hope this opens the door for more father/son collabs, and we look forward to more from Salim “Brucelim” Browne!

(Editor’s note: Big up the Browne family! Generations of talent. Check out this classic.)

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Baba Brooks And His Band – Guns Fever (1965)


One of the key elements to a good song is its production. While lyrics can do so much, the rhythm channels them to those who can hear. Today on Oldies Sunday, we want you to move to the rhythm. Going back in time, we check out legendary Trumpet Player Baba Brooks and his Band’sGuns Fever“.

Arranged by Baba Brooks and released through Treasure Isle and Island Records in 1965, this Ska number was purely instrumental sprinkled with bits of scatting and gunshot sound effects. Baba signature Trumpet could be heard throughout the high tempo track that you can’t help but dance to. No words, just vibes. “Guns Fever” went on to become one of Baba’s well known releases, and Baba and his Band went on to work with the likes of The Skatalites, Derrick Morgan, Stranger Cole, Alton Ellis, and many more. The 60s was filled with beautiful instrumentals, and Baba Brooks had a hand in plenty of them.

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.@BoomDrawOfFizix Blesses The Internet With Some “Jamaican Nujabes”!


Where are the Anime lovers? Were you one of those folks who subscribed to CrunchyRoll and tuned in to Cartoon Network’sToonami” segment? What were your go to Anime shows? Inspired by the production of the late Japanese Producer Jun Seba a.k.a. “Nujabes“, Jamaican Producer BoomDraw steps out with his first Dancehall Riddim in over 3 years titled, “Jamaican Nujabes“.

A Riddim that you can really deliver some thought provoking lyrics on, BoomDraw shared that the melodies were inspired by the works of Nujabes as he produced the soundtrack for one of his go to Anime shows, “Samurai Champloo“. One of Boomdraw’s favourite Producers, he wanted to channel the Nujabes’ eclectic approach to putting together sounds, and inject into his Dancehall creations. Boomdraw went on to say, “I wanted the track to feel very vibrant and transport the listener into a carefully constructed soundscape that would bring feelings of euphoria. I feel very satisfied with how the final product turned out and I’m very excited to share it with the listeners.” This production is a follow up to BoomDraw’s Juss Beats” compilation he released in January.

Think you can drop a song on the beat? The Riddim can be found below, and will be available on popular Streaming platforms on Friday February 8.

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25DaysOfChristmas: Byron Lee & The Dragonaires – White Christmas (Day 20)


Byron Lee & The Dragonaires take today’s spot in my 25DaysOfChristmas with their instrumental rendition of “White Christmas“. If you are familiar with the song you can sing it along with the instrumental. No snow here though, unless you have the machine. R.I.P. Byron Lee. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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