Walshy Fire’s Decades Dancehall Oldies Mixtape


You know what you need in your life? More mixtapes with 96 songs on them. Not 96 Papoose freestyles but 96 dancehall classics and rareties blended like Appleton, pineapple and coconut milk by extended FADER fam Walshy Fire of Black Chiney Soundsystem and spread to the world by Frank151. Walshy explains the mix after the jump under the tracklisting, so we won't, but we will now go make evening pinas (pause) [SIKE NO PAUSE AT ALL].

Download: Walshy Fire's Decades Dancehall Oldies Mixtape




Decades - "the year to year cd!" From the cd starts the fire starts blazing.
Fire pon a weak heart reggae dancehall lover on this one.The first Major
flame is the Beres Hammond "Till You've got love"....bassline like how
dancehall suppose to be.

After that it goes into the Everybody Bawling riddim mixed with a Beenie
Man that the entire world is use to on a completey different riddim in its
original style...the same riddim as barrington levys "murderer".
Mixed after is dancehall icon Nitty Gritty, but its the next big fireball..Malibu
"My friends" performed live on stage shows a million times in the live
entertainer days. This 45 is completely hard to get and for many, never heard
before on wax.

Forward to the Death in the Arena riddim for my new yorkers then over to
the "Kuff", "Devil Send You Come" riddim. Little Kirk burns a massive fire
with "Suffer not the little ones" (sorry about the quality of it, but i had to put
it on for di original Little Kirk fans) mixed in with the "Fresh" riddim di ting
get mad!

But truss me, the undisputed biggest track on this cd is track #45! IT NUH GET
NO BIGGA! Di original Murder she wrote 1988 on the Fresh Riddim. I've had
more people ask me for this song then any song i have ever had...period!
Pliers wasnt even using the name Pliers at the time. Forward to the "Mud Up"
riddim and then into the 2000s with "Wanted" riddim.

Truss me di cd Mad! year to year, more like month to month imma drop a new
volume, not for anyone but us, the people that love to hear those classic
dancehall oldies!

Walshy Fire’s Decades Dancehall Oldies Mixtape