DUBROOM VIDEO REVIEW
WWW, November 2008 - In this video, we meet Black Uhuru with Sly and Robbie and a whole lot of other musicians in the studio. The vibe of the 1980's is perfectly captured, where the music could have been played today as well.
Sly and Robbie have been using their cooperation with the vocal group Black Uhuru to produce some of the most progressive Reggae at the time. It captured the vibe of the time, just like Burning Spear and Bob Marley had done before, which led them to introduce Reggae to a new audience.
When they produced "Bull In The Pen", Sly Dunbar was heavily involved in the digital drum kit, which he used in ways nobody had done before. We see him playing along with Robbie Shakespeare and a lot of other crucial musicians.