Sham Shui Po Riddim produced by Heavy Hong Kong features two French reggae singers : Tomawok and General Huge
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Heavy Hong Kong
Influencing Hong Kong’s bass music community, the Heavy crew constantly pushes sounds forward since 2006, with Jungle and Reggae. Building from nights at local bars and progressing to multi-genre festivals, Heavy promotes local talents while presenting a delectable array of international heavyweights such as Iration Steppas, Tippa Irie, Top Cat , Brother Culture, Lady Chann ,Nanci & Phoebe , Mungo’s Hifi and Charlie P, Dub Phizix, Tes La Rok , V.I.V.E.K ,RSD and many more – Big, Bad and Heavy.
After 2 street tapes “Lyric’Hall” and ‘Don’t clash the Apache”, Tomawok first album got released in 2012 “Wakanta. 18 tracks reggae, raggamuffin, dancehall, ska, dub… Some amazing featuring like Yellowman, Perfect Giddimani or Takana Zion. Tomawok likes to mix fast style raggamuffin with good vibes and conscious lyrics, using mostly French and Spanish, but with a touch of English and Mambara ! All this in Apache sauce of course !
General Huge is a Ragga, Reggae, Dancehall singer, songwriter and beat maker. During the early years of his career, the General previously recorded two albums in France, one with the French singer Matt and a solo album. He was part of a band in Beijing: Ultimate Band Crew (UBC). He toured the whole China with UBC between June and September 2016. UBC also brought Perfect Giddimani for a China tour with them on November 2015, thanks to IMCG Global. He is also the co-founder of DB Bros Records, the first and exclusively dedicated to reggae, record label ever built in China. He exported the concept of “One Riddim Album” in China by having different famous reggae artists singing on his label productions such as Perfect Giddimani, Richie Spice, Jah Defender, Chuck Fendah, Naptali, Elijah Prophet, Aima Moses, Lutan Fyah, Mikey Wild and many more. On stage, General Huge made several cooperation during his career, either alongside his band UBC or solo, opening for Jamaican superstars Anthony B, Skarra Mucci, Perfect Giddimani, I Kong, the Chinese reggae band 龙神道 (Long Sheng Dao), ChaCha, Far East Lion, but also for the UK dancehall stars Tippa Irie and Ras Demo as well as Nancy and Phoebe from Congo Natty, or Lady Chann, the UK dancehall queen. He also worked with the one and only Heavy HK, the old raggamuffin veteran U-Brown as well as the French reggae singers Don Camilo and Taiwan MC.