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Download Yannick Do & Richie Reach's 'Jamafrica' Mix For Jamaican Independence Day

Download Yannick Do and Richie Reach's "Jamafrica" mix for Jamaica's 52nd Independence Day.


Today marks Jamaica's 52nd Independence Day. To celebrate, Weareblindtv's African mix project came out with its first "Jamafrica" tape. Selected by Paris DJs Yannick Do and Richie Reach, the 5th volume in the series features cuts from Okayafrica favorites Wizkid, Banky W, Sarkodie, Castro (R.I.P.), and Yemi Alade plus Cameroonian legend Manu Dibango and young Ivorian trap lordz Kiff No Beat alongside LargeUp heavy hitters the likes of Mavado, Beenie Man, Popcaan, and Baby Cham. Listen and download Yannick Do and Richie Reach's "Jamafrica" mix below. For more from Jamaican Independence Day catch up on LargeUp's list of the Top Fifty Great Jamaicans.

Weareblindtv's Jamafrica - African Mix Vol. 5 Tracklist

Kranium - Nobody Has To Know (Dub Richie Reach edit)

Stylysh - Cree (Raw)

O - Money Pull Up

Baby Cham - Sell out

Spice - Dun Wife

Vybz Kartel - Pretty Face

Demarco - Ride

Cecile - Put It Deh

Skit: Ian Salmon - Jamaican accent

Guru - Alkayida (Al Quaeda)

Charly Black feat. J Capri - Whine & Kotch (Jim Craane ext. mix)

Kaakie - Pon Tongue

Wizkid - Only Man She Want

Mavado - Give Her Everything

Beenie Man - Feeling Good

Popcaan - Number One Freak

Eme ft. Wizkid and Banky W - Roll It

Stonebwoy Bueniton feat. Kaakie - Push It

Manu Dibango - Belzebuth

D-Black feat. Joey B - Vera

Yemi Alade - Johnny

Sarkodie feat. Castro - Onyame Ehyira

Skit: rastaman blowing horn in the hills & pray

Kiff No Beat - Tu Es Dans Pain

Zaza Twins - Instru Coupé Décalé

Conakry All stars - La Paix

Photo by Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez

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