Download: Dubbel Dutch Hyperwine Refixes

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After dropping his edit of Popcaan’s ‘Naughty Girl’, Dubbel Dutch has delivered an entire EP of Hyperwine Refixes. Sprinkling a bit of Caribbean spice over songs by Tinashe, Ellie Goulding, Brandy, and Gyptian as well as Popcaan, Dubbel Dutch has featured some of these remixes and edits in his live sets, but now you can relive all of those halcyon moments, and stream these songs online as the ‘summer on tap’ winds down.

From his interview with The Fader:

This EP is a selection of previously unavailable remixes and edits that I created for mixes, live sets, and just to share with friends. All the tracks are Caribbean influenced and intended to summon uplifting, energetic, and motivational feelings in the listener. “Hyperwine” just felt like a good description overall for that sort of sound. I like to imagine them as warp-speed tools for transporting people to bacchanalian ecstasy. Hopefully, they’ll also help some ravers cure their post-labor day carnival comedown.

Download: Dubbel Dutch “Naughty Girl” Remix

We all know about the winning combination of Popcaan & Dubbel Dutch. As part of The Fader’s Caribbean week (which also includes an excellent interview with Lady Saw and a piece on women’s sexuality in the dancehall), he’s just dropped his edit of Popcaan’s ‘Naughty Girl’. As they say, it’s ‘summer on tap’, download for free now.

Popcaan on Bobby Shmurda “Reggae Remix”

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Bobby Shmurda lines up JA stars Mavado, Junior Reid, Jah X and Popcaan for the ‘reggae’ remix of the tune taking over NY right now: ‘Hot N***a’! Out in the streets, they call it…

Popcaan at Scandinavia Reggae Festival

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Popcaan plays live with the Dub Akon band at Scandinavia Reggae Festival this weekend in Copenhagen! Tickets and info here.

He was also recently interviewed by Hattie Collins for Red Bull, discussing his album, to perceptions of Jamaica and shooting The System video:

’Nuff people say Jamaica is the worst place. We have a saying where I grew up, ‘The best come from the worst’. It’s a small place, very small, people say all kind of bad things about it. But I feel it’s how people try to paint a bad picture about Jamaica – why? So much positive things come out of Jamaica. They say Jamaica is a violent place. People come and party and they say ‘If you go to the garrison people will come shoot you’. It’s people trying to say bad things – why, when we have good vibes?

Read in full here.

Wildlife! – Dancehall 101 Volume 2

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It was only a couple of months back that Wildlife! dropped his first Dancehall 101 mix, and now he has a follow-up of nearly 2 hours of brand new dancehall. Tons of Alkaline, Mavado, I-Octane, Konshens and of course support for Popcaan!

Popcaan Press Round-Up

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Thank you to everyone supporting the Popcaan album and pushing it up the iTunes charts! If you are in Jamaica, be sure to check his party next week at Tracks & Records. Here is a quick round-up of all the great things happening. #WWCF

Myspace: ‘Popcaan has found a way to address universal issues of sufferation that resonate all the way from Kingston to Kuala Lumpur’

V Magazine: ‘the body of work not only proves lyrical prowess and a razor-sharp ear for infectious melodies, it subtly reveals the exceptional vibrancy of Poppy’s worldview’

iD Magazine: ‘The new album shows off his sense of humour, his wicked way with words and his ability to put out a sex-laden party track (singing “Ya pussy pretty like the building dem a Canada” in Love Yuh Bad), but there’s a core of socially conscious anthems here that also establish him as a sensitive and smart singjay for the ghetto, most especially its youth’

Rinse choose it as their track of the week

Complex: a powerful piece of work

The Guardian: the one album you should listen to this week

Mass Appeal hang out with Popcaan for a photo essay

Cover story in Germany’s Riddim Magazine

Review froms Reggaeville & United Reggae

Buy the album now >>