Turbulence I Believe
This notorious natty MC/singer with a lyrical lisp not only delivers fire but also cools […]
This notorious natty MC/singer with a lyrical lisp not only delivers fire but also cools the tension as well, with a dose of cultural love songs added to this 12-tracker. Production-wise, only two joints use revived vintage Studio One rocksteady riddims-Skylarking on the song “Mama Don‘t Cry” and Queen of the Minstrel on the tune “Sweet And Pretty”; the rest of the production (by former Xterminator crewmen and Roots Radics bandmates Steven Stanley and Paul Danny) is luxurious. What Turbulence lacks is any difference from his other rasta brethren‘s subject matter, but he still penetrates his points with relentless repetition. Turbulence is a rising talent. Believe that.