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Producers @SOSDynamikz & @KingBNJMN Featured On New @SmokeDZA x @TPain Track


When you see the names SOS Dynamikz and BNJMN, just know that some dope music was made. Having found themselves putting in the work in recent years, they are only climbing up to the ladder of success, and getting all that comes with it. With SOS contributing to Koffee’s Grammy winning “Rapture EP” and Chronixx’s Grammy nominated “Chronology” Album, and BNJMN working with the likes of Future, Stalk Ashley, Dave East and more, they have a lot of tricks up their sleeves. One of the surprises is their work on Hip Hop Artist Smoke DZA’s new project, “A Closed Mouth Don’t Get Fed“.

Contributing to the track, “Dark Web” featuring T-Pain, SOS Dynamikz and BNJMN lend their sounds along with Producer Super Miles to a track that is sure to get a lot of streams. With Smoke DZA’s signature sound and T-Pain’s Auto-tuned delivery, may this track be one of your favourites this year. While major placements are nothing new to the Jamaican Producers, we still congratulate SOS Dynamikz and BNJMN, and we look forward to more.

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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 (Buy It Here)“, 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.

Kung Fu Fighting” didn’t start off as a hot single, and received no airplay five weeks since its release. After that it started gaining popularity in dance clubs and helped to make its entry into the UK Singles Chart at #42. After a while it rose to the top of the charts and stayed there for 3 weeks while it made its way to the US Billboard Hot 100 where it made it to #1. “Kung Fu Fighting” also went #1 in other countries including France, Austria, South Africa, Germany, and many more. It has been placed at #100 of VH1’s “100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders”, #1 in Channel 4’s “50 Greatest One-Hit Wonders” and was a part of a great moment in Pop Culture. In 1974 it was certified Gold, received a Grammy for “Best Selling Single“, played a role in the popularity of Disco music, and became one of the best selling singles of all time selling over 11 Million records worldwide.

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