Ras Jammy and Addis Pablo are a mighty
duo on the rise. Fittingly known as Suns of Dub, they shine a light in the direction of a global dub scene that a majority of Jamaicans today have no clue about. Furthermore,
Addis is the son (“sun”) of Augustus Pablo, a founding father of the genre. The progeny carries on the work with similar temperament and also performs with a melodica, his father’s instrument of choice. Suns of Dub decided to collaborate with Major Lazer, the USA-based outfit that has taken keen interest in Jamaican culture for some years now, to put out their debut mixtape. It is simply titled, Major Lazer & Walshy Fire Present Suns Of Dub. Walshy Fire, a Jamaican DJ based in the States, is a member of Major Lazer and also the brother of West Indies cricket legend, Courtney Walsh. He previously did another mixtape for Chronixx, which helped to launch the young artist into the international spotlight. So far, Suns of Dub is enjoying a similar boost in global recognition since their project emerged last week. The mixtape features a host of
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Chronixx, Protoje and Jah9. It is not completely dub as Walshy makes it a multi-genre affair, but we anticipate much more works from Suns of Dub in the future. In the meantime, press play and turn up your speakers! Suns
of Dub are also the subjects of a new short film series called Meditations, a 3-part glimpse into the livity that fuels their movements. In it you will also see the heavily featured Jesse Royal, plus a sweet vibes at Inna Di Yard with Jhamiela Smith, Jah9 and elders
Ras Michael and Kiddus I. All three parts of the series are below. Fuljoy!