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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Track of the Day: Terry Lynn and Johan Hugo

Posted By on Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 11:52 AM

Terry Lynn
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Summer is sneaking into the schedule here mid-week, so it's time for a song that could double as an anthem for the sunny season. "Jamaican Girls" by dancehall heavy Terry Lynn and Johan Hugo (aka one half of London's Radioclit) combines Lynn's thick Kingston accent and lightning singsong rapping style with hard-edged dance beats, providing a Caribbean clubbing hit that with a ladies-first attitude. The song is part of Fader's free Jamaican music collection, "It Was Written," available for download so long as you click the pulldown folder putting your age as over 21 (beer sponsors gotta watch their backs).

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