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.@TootsMaytals’ “Country Roads” Cover Featured In “Glass Onion: A @KnivesOut Mystery”!

Over the Holiday weekend, the sequel to the popular “Knives Out” Film series was released on Netflix. Titled “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery“, the Film follows master Detective Benoit Blanc (Played by Daniel Craig) as he takes on a new case revolving around a Tech Billionaire, and his old friends. Fans of the previous “Knives Out” gave positive feedback for the new release, and with a heavy soundtrack throughout, a familiar song from a Jamaican Icon was featured.

Featured in an early part of “Glass Onion” was Toots & The Maytals’Take Me Home, Country Roads“. Produced by Chris Blackwell and released through Island Records in 1973, the track is a cover of John Denver’s 1971 Gold-selling hit. “Country Roads” was featured on Toots & The Maytals’ 1972 album, “Funky Kingston“. The late Toots Hibbert has had music featured in various Films and TV Shows, and numerous Commercials including a Coors Light Commercial in 2019. Those who are in need of a mystery, check out “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” now on Netflix!


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OLDIES SUNDAY: Lone Ranger – Natty Dread On The Go (1977)

How are we doing today? While a lot has been happening in the past few days, the music continues to flow. Oldies Sunday, will always show up when needed as well. Today’s selection comes from Recording Artist Lone Ranger with the track, “Natty Dread On The Go“!

Produced by Sir Coxsone Dodd and released through the Studio One label in 1977, Lone Ranger steps out with some melodic deejaying on “Natty Dread On The Go”, and displayed a musical style that started to grow in those times. With his “A1 sound“, Ranger kicks off clever lyrics that were sure to entertain the listener. “Natty Dread On The Go” was featured on his debut album, “On the Other Side Of Dub“, which was released in 1977. The track gained new life recently when it was featured in season 4 of the popular Netflix Sci-Fi series, “Stranger Things“.

Since the release of “Natty Dread On The Go”, Lone Ranger went on to release more music, lived between the US, UK, and Jamaica, and made a return to his Sound System roots. His “Natty Dread On The Go” single looks to connect with a new generation of music lovers, and open up the doors for more to discover his music.

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.@MusicalYouth30’s “Pass The Dutchie” Featured In @Stranger_Things Season 4!

On May 27, the popular Netflix series “Stranger Things” premiered its 4th season. The series finds a group of kids experiencing various supernatural beings and events in 1980s Indiana. The new season was highly anticipated, and has been one of Netflix’s most watched products. While season 4 highlights plenty 80s aesthetic, the soundtrack also highlights some of the hits from that decade. One of the hits however, is a Reggae classic.

In episodes 4 and 6 of “Stranger Things” season 4, British boy band Musical Youth’s 1982 hit, “Pass The Dutchie” was featured. Produced by Peter Collins, this is a song about facing extreme poverty. This song was redone version of the Mighty Diamonds’ hit “Pass The Kutchie. More info on the track can be found here. The single has been been a historic one as it helped with Musical Youth being the first black group to have appeared in a Studio segment on MTV. We previously highlighted the track being featured in a South Park episode.

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.@DuttyPaul’s “Get Busy” Featured In @NetflixFilm, “Along For The Ride”

Have you been watching any good movies lately? Here’s something that appeared on our radar recently. Netflix recently released the film, “Along For The Ride“. Starring Emma Pasarow, Belmont Cameli, and Andie McDowell, this is a Romance/Drama film that finds two Teenagers meeting up nightly to help one experience the fun, carefree teen life before heading off to College. The main reason for this post however, is the fact that a Dancehall classic was featured in the film!

During a few minutes into the film, Sean Paul’s 2002 GRAMMY nominated classic, “Get Busy” was featured. Produced by Steven “Lenky” Marsden on the “Diwali Riddim” (you can find a Playlist dedicated to this Riddim here.), Sean Paul’s “Get Busy” was the summer Dancehall anthem around the world, and was featured on his GRAMMY winning seanmultiplatinum album, “Dutty Rock“. Sean Paul has had some of his music featured in films before, and we highlighted the inclusion of his Sia collaboration “Cheap Thrills” last year in the “Black Widow” film. The “Along For The Ride” film is available for viewing now on Netflix.

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Sister Nancy’s “Bam Bam” Featured In New @Netflix Series, “Maid.”

It’s always good to hear some of our favourite songs in TV and Film, especially when you’d least expect to hear Dancehall, Reggae, or even Soca music in them. Known as one of the most sampled Dancehall track, Sister Nancy’sBam Bam” is still doing its rounds. This time around, it has made an appearance in Netflix’s newest series, “Maid“.

Featured in episode 3 of “Maid”, “Bam Bam” was produced by Winston Riley and released in 1982. It created history as it put Sister Nancy on the map for being the 1st Female Dancehall Artist, and the first to tour internationally as one. To check out content on Sister Nancy and “Bam Bam” including our Playlist highlighting the many times it has been sampled, click here. “Maid” is a Netflix series about a young mother who finds a job cleaning houses in order to provide for her child and build them a better future after fleeing from an abusive relationship.

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Barrington Levy’s “Broader Than Broadway” Featured In New “The Harder They Fall” Trailer

The minute you start watching this trailer for the upcoming Netflix Film, “The Harder They Fall“, you’ll hear that easily recognizable “Here I come” line from the legendary Barrington Levy. Once again, Jamaican music has popped up in something that we know many are going to love. Black Cowboys are the order of the day in this Jeymes Samuel directed Film starring Regina King, Delroy Lindo, Idris Elba, Jonathon Majors, and many more!

As previously mentioned, music from Barrington Levy was featured in the form of a remixed version of his 1985 classic, “Broader Than Broadway” a.k.a. “Here I Come“. Produced by Paul “Jah Screw” Love, the single was released through the Thunderbolt Label, and is one of Levy’s biggest hits to date. Also featured in the trailer for “The Harder They Fall” (which borrows a lyric from another Jamaican Icon, Jimmy Cliff from his 1972 classic, “The Harder They Come), is Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti’s 1971 track, “Let’s Start” featuring Ginger Baker. Mount up when “The Harder They Fall” is released in Fall/Autumn 2021! Shoodilley-waddliley-diddley-diddley woh-oh-oh

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