DUBROOM VIDEO REVIEW
WWW, November 2008 - A Video Clip with DUB Poet Linton Kwesie Johnson is kind of rare. When it's played on MTV, it's even more rare.
But here it is!
When LKJ entered the scene, the music that came with his poetry was deep, and hard. DUB effects and everything was there. In fact, it was LKJ's "Five Nights Of Bleeding" that got yours truly hooked on Reggae, somewhere in the early 1980's.
In 1992, the vibe had totally changed. Dennis Bovell, the musical genius behind LKJ, had taken himself and his musicians to higher grounds and they started to experiment with other styles, which they integrated with Reggae.
The result could be an upfull, ska-ish track with Africa style guitar licks.
Like "Di Good Life".