Brooklyn-based Jahdan is a man currently smack in the center of our radar (and in the Artists to Watch section of our March issue). The MC—who got his start with the Boot Camp Clique—originally hooked up with Dutty Artz’ Matt Shadetek on the track “Brooklyn Anthem,” and since then, he’s stayed in good company with both Shadetek and the label (co-owned by DJ/ rupture).
Shadetek gathered numerous tracks featuring Jahdan’s fine lyrcial flow and mashed them into Jahdan Blakkamoore Full Hundred for the XLR8R Podcast. It’s a mere 22 minutes long, but Shadetek packed an impressive amount of music into that time, and if you had musings over just what tropical bass mashed into melodic dancehall and hard-hitting dubstep sounded like, here’s your mix.
Jahdan Blakkamoore Full Hundred
01 Jahdan – “Full Hundred Intro”
02 Jahdan Blakkamoore – “The General” (Produced by Matt Shadetek & Liondub)
03 Jahdan Blakkamoore – “Long Road” (Produced by Liondub, rmx by Matt Shadetek & Liondub)
04 Noble Society – “How We Gonna Get There” (Produced by Ovaground)
05 Iron Shirt – “Gave You All My Love (Zomby Bassline Remix)”
06 Iron Shirt – “Gave You All My Love (Cauto Dubstep Remix)”
07 Iron Shirt – “Gave You All My Love (Matt Shadetek Gave You All My Dub Remix)”
08 Jahdan Blakkamoore – “Fever” (Produced by Peter Gunn)
09 Jahdan Blakkamoore – “Nice Green (Ghost Library Riddim Mashup by Matt Shadetek)”
10 Noble Society – “Mama So Divine (Marcus Visionary Sub Soca Mix)”
11 Team Shadetek – “Brooklyn Anthem Feat. 77Klash & Jahdan (Ghislain Poirier Remix)”
12 Team Shadetek – “Brooklyn Anthem Feat. 77Klash & Jahdan (Scatta Riddim Mashup by Matt Shadetek)”
13 Team Shadetek – “Brooklyn Anthem Feat. 77Klash & Jahdan (Marcus Visionary Remix)”
14 Noble Society – She Told Me Feat. 77Klash (Cassava Riddim by Nokea, Mashup by Matt Shadetek)”
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