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STEP OUT

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Step Out
  2. Where I'm From
  3. Everybody Busy
  4. That Bad
  5. I Love Uh
  6. Do The Maths
  7. Badman Place
  8. Bare Tings
  9. Love Me Not?
  10. Ava Interlude
  11. Mammy
  12. Born And Grow
  13. Guns Fi Drugs Interlude
  14. Full Clip
  15. Realtionship Interlude
  16. Since U Been Away
  17. Full A Talk
  18. Not Going Down


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 24, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Greensleeves
  • ASIN: B000HC2OMI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #471,905 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Roughly every 4 years or so the fraternity of dancehall elite will open its doors and welcome a 'new' member or 2. These artists aren't typically NEW at all, however, they have now reached a level of popularity and (usually) ability which warrants their promotion in the dance. A few years ago it did so and in walked Vybz Kartel and Assassin. A few years before that there was Ward 21, TOK and Ce'cile.

This year its the turns of Busy Signal and Idonia. And it just so happens that Busy is up to bat first. Busy, hailing from St Ann's (home!) has somewhat followed in the steps of Kartel: An indepth idolizing of Bounty Killa, followed by a meeting with the Warlord, a few years on the underground and finally hitting the big time with his mega boomshot, Step Out. He also signed a deal for his debut (and i believe 2 followups) with UK reggae giant Greensleeves. His style could even be perhaps best described as a combination of the Killa and Kartel (as you could probably best describe Kartel as a combo of Killa and Madd Anju), and he has had much much fanfare over his seriously top notch skill.

While not as lyrically dexterous as Kartel (and who is) Busy has an almost blind aggressive command over a track which makes all of his tune, if not at least worth the price of admission, then definitely worth listening. However, what he shows on his debut, which you couldn't have imagined Kartel showing. . . even until recently, is a soft spot.

Taking in account that Step Out is Busy's debut full length album (and he produces it) it is well impressive. The best tune is definitely That Bad. That Bad is an ultra-clever ode to the rest of the dancehall (and even some out of the dancehall) taking lines from nearly everyone from Kartel to Killa; and from Kalonji to the Fugees!
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To be perfectly honest, I only like one song from this album so far. It might take some time before It starts to grow on me. But so far, I just like "I Love Yuh" with Alaine. That is my favorite song on the album. The problem with the song; however, is that it is too short. It needs to be at least 30 seconds longer.
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Roughly every 4 years or so the fraternity of dancehall elite will open its doors and welcome a 'new' member or 2. These artists aren't typically NEW at all, however, they have now reached a level of popularity and (usually) ability which warrants their promotion in the dance. A few years ago it did so and in walked Vybz Kartel and Assassin. A few years before that there was Ward 21, TOK and Ce'cile.

This year its the turns of Busy Signal and Idonia. And it just so happens that Busy is up to bat first. Busy, hailing from St Ann's (home!) has somewhat followed in the steps of Kartel: An indepth idolizing of Bounty Killa, followed by a meeting with the Warlord, a few years on the underground and finally hitting the big time with his mega boomshot, Step Out. He also signed a deal for his debut (and i believe 2 followups) with UK reggae giant Greensleeves. His style could even be perhaps best described as a combination of the Killa and Kartel (as you could probably best describe Kartel as a combo of Killa and Madd Anju), and he has had much much fanfare over his seriously top notch skill.

While not as lyrically dexterous as Kartel (and who is) Busy has an almost blind aggressive command over a track which makes all of his tune, if not at least worth the price of admission, then definitely worth listening. However, what he shows on his debut, which you couldn't have imagined Kartel showing. . . even until recently, is a soft spot.

Taking in account that Step Out is Busy's debut full length album (and he produces it) it is well impressive. The best tune is definitely That Bad. That Bad is an ultra-clever ode to the rest of the dancehall (and even some out of the dancehall) taking lines from nearly everyone from Kartel to Killa; and from Kalonji to the Fugees!
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