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Prince Fatty Feat. Shniece / Horseman

Mercedes Benz

Prince Fatty's 'Mercedes Benz' with Shniece and Horseman is a rub-a-dub version of a 1970s hit from Janis Joplin that now gets a very special and very limited edition pressing courtesy of Lovedub Limited. The A-side kicks off with the spine-tingling and epic original vocal before disappearing into a world of reverb. At that point the dubby low end arrives and brings a different vibe to the stunning vocals but one that really makes a mark next to new bars from Horseman, police sirens and funky riffs. It's a tough sound system groove that is backed with a fine version and has been a firm fixture of Prince Fatty's record box for a while now.


Mercedes Benz
Mercedes Benz (Version)

Prince Fatty's new independent record label Lovedub Limited kicks off with a super 7" from the man himself. It is in fact something of an homage to the 1970s jazz-funk of Lonnie Liston Smith but with some hefty dub and reggae treatment. Shniece Mcmenamin stars on vocals and brings plenty of summer soul to the groove which is also lit up with free-flying flute lines over steady reggae rhythms that will sink you in deep to Winston "Horseman" Williams and Carlton "Bubblers" Ogilvie's drums, organ and piano. On the flip is the dub with the iconic Liston-Smith melody leading you through a lazy afternoon in style.


Matt says: A dubbed out version of the jazz-funk classic "Expansion"?! Yes please sir! Prince Fatty does this classic an incredible justice, transforming it into a daytime dubber guided by a mystic flute line.


"Expansions" (feat Shniece)
"Expansions" (Dub)

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Prince Fatty Meets The Gorgon In Dub

    Presented with a carefully selected set of digital multitrack master recordings from the archives of the iconic Jamaican Reggae Producer Bunny Striker Lee, next generation UK producer and dub engineer Prince Fatty (Mike Pelanconi) fed the audio into the analogue realm for mixing through a carefully built audio analogue system similar to that used by Osbourne Ruddock (King Tubby), producing 10 new dub mixes for the modern age.


    1. Jah Jah Dub The Conqueror
    2. The Invasion
    3. Press The Dub Along
    4. Don't Try To Dub Me
    5. Dub Is Shining
    6. Give Thanks & Dub
    7. Garden Of Dub
    8. Prophetic Dub
    9. No Dub In Their Heart
    10. Abudajonoi

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    In The Viper's Shadow

      After dropping ‘The Clone Theory’ in 2015 production connoisseur Prince Fatty has been paving the way for something very special ever since. 2019 sees him release his second solo album ‘In the Viper’s Shadow’. Featuring a whole host of reggae and dub royalty, this project boasts a who’s who of global talent including the likes of Cornell Campbell, Tippa Irie, Big Youth, George Dekker, Shniece McMenamin, Earl 16, Winston Francis, Marcia Griffith and Horseman.

      Renowned for flexing his studio muscle with some of the freshest and versatile dub sounds around, Prince Fatty’s blending old-school reggae with his own eccentric, futuristic twist, have turned industry heads for decades and ‘In the Viper’s Shadow’ is no exception. This album is 10 tracks of reggae goodness, produced to perfection in a melting pot of influences that span from multiple eras and stretch to just about every corner of the planet. Prince Fatty has worked with everyone from Lily Allen, Hollie Cook, Graham Coxon (Blur), Mungo’s HiFi, The Last Poets, The Skints, Gregory Isaacs to name a few.

      After moving from Brighton to live in Sao Paulo, Los Angeles and Thailand, he’s taken inspirational sounds from across the globe and has built up a reputation of being one of the go-to producers of recent times. With a knack for selecting the perfect collaborators, whether it’s an up and coming artist or a genre-defining hero, his ability to showcase foundation laying percussion skills, mesmerising vocalists, bass-heavy triumphs and everything in between has resulted in some of the most expressive sounds around, and ‘In The Viper’s Shadow’ is the perfect example of his commitment to the cause.


      Matt says: Modern reggae flagbearers Prince Fatty rarely write a bad riddim. And flanked by a who's who of voices from the scene, this is an essential set for lovers of global reggae.


      Two Timer Feat. Cornel Campbell & Tippa Irie
      Get Ready Feat. Big Youth
      & George Dekker
      Deep Sleep Feat. Shniece McMenamin
      Cassandra Feat. Earl 16
      Everything Crash Feat. Big Youth & George Dekker
      The Break Feat. Winston Francis
      Steppin’ Out Of Babylon Feat. Big Youth & Marcia Griffith
      Queen Of The Minstrel Feat. Cornel Campbell
      Tonight Feat. Big Youth & Earl 16
      Trouble Feat. Shniece McMenamin & Horseman

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