Jah Jah Have No Colour + Dub

by Yeyo Pérez

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Due to 15th June´s day against CIE´s (Foreigners Internment Centre), label Struggle releases a new tune by Yeyo Pérez, Fullmoon riddim featuring a Bass Cculture Players´ production previously edited on 12” vinyl by Tamrat Records (Italy).

Yeyo Pérez sings No importa tu color (your colour doesn´t matter) in response to one of the most tragic realities in Spain. A straight message from Yeyoman, as impudent as usual. Even those who already know their previous work will be amazed by Yeyo´s bilingual flow backed forcefully by the Players.

Puppa Shan completes this release with a dub, sharp and penetrating version. Musical weapons to tear down the smoke courtain hiding CIE´s, which aren´t more than illegal, immoral and unfair racist prisons. Europe finds its ghosts inside the borders.

Yeyo Pérez / Bass Culture Players - Jah Jah Have No Colour / Bash Dem Barriers Dub [Struggle D7 ST001]

Mixed by Puppashan @ Discoinferno, Madrid.
Mastered by Oscar Pablos "Ojah" @ Rollover Studios, London, Uk.
Produced by Puppa Shan, Madrid 2014.

Under creative commons license 3.0. Spain
Reconocimiento-No Comercial*-No derivatives
*Commercial use is allowed to street vendors that sell in their manta.


released June 15, 2014




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Bass Culture Players Madrid, Spain

Bass Culture Players is a roots music project settled in Madrid (Spain). Puppa Shan leads this approach to the different music styles and culture rooted and developed in Jamaica and U.K. during the 70´s and 80´s.

Discoinferno Studio is where music production takes place, using analogical equipment and traditional techniques.

We will be updating with own productions and collaborative ones.
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