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Their grooves become as familiar to us as our own heartbeat. Try hearing the two compilations together with another recent anthology, Step Forward Youth , on the venerable reggae label VP, which unites tracks that inspired the scrappy mids alliance between British punks and Rastas. These three collections clinch the significance of one Caribbean island in altering the evolution of pop. They also function as a focus for debate: Who gets to reap the rewards when creativity spreads and mutates? And, above all, who should—and does—get paid when an underground sound rages around the world? But was seeing Sheeran in a Caribbean context really that big of a detour? Since I began in the s, people have claimed they own the rights to my music, when they never wrote a line, and I never signed anything with them. Traditionally, musicians would perform in an onboard band for foreign promoters, or make a few shekels by playing at the foot of a cruise ship gangplank to welcome tourists being funneled into a consumer experience. To fulfill his ambition of making a global hit with a homegrown Jamaican project steered by a local executive producer, Contractor used the alternative currency of relationships. His years in music marketing and promotion laid the foundation for the projects.
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Ed Sheeran's dance pop track Shape of You has become the most played song ever on Spotify , ending the month reign of Drake's One Dance. The English songwriter's easygoing song about looking for love at a bar has been heard 1. Shape of You came out in January as one of the first songs on Sheeran's chart-topping album Divide.
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Their grooves become as familiar to us as our own heartbeat. Try hearing the two compilations together with another recent anthology, Step Forward Youth , on the venerable reggae label VP, which unites tracks that inspired the scrappy mids alliance between British punks and Rastas. These three collections clinch the significance of one Caribbean island in altering the evolution of pop. They also function as a focus for debate: Who gets to reap the rewards when creativity spreads and mutates? And, above all, who should—and does—get paid when an underground sound rages around the world?

But was seeing Sheeran in a Caribbean context really that big of a detour? Since I began in the s, people have claimed they own the rights to my music, when they never wrote a line, and I never signed anything with them. Traditionally, musicians would perform in an onboard band for foreign promoters, or make a few shekels by playing at the foot of a cruise ship gangplank to welcome tourists being funneled into a consumer experience.

To fulfill his ambition of making a global hit with a homegrown Jamaican project steered by a local executive producer, Contractor used the alternative currency of relationships. His years in music marketing and promotion laid the foundation for the projects. Step Forward Youth spotlights Jamaican inspirations alongside bands that were not only British, but black. Britain became far more diverse after Afro-Caribbean postwar migration from the former colonies. Punk was the first time that black, white, and mixed bands had performed together in the UK.

The roll call includes ska, which has inspired waves from punks to surfers, through to the vast tribe of children of Jamaican dub music—the first sound to use the recording studio as an instrument—that helped spawn electronic dance music. Thus it should be no surprise that when juxtaposing the Tropical House Cruises and Hip Hop Cruises collections, we hear two cultures clash.

The former really does sound like a nice mellow vacay compared to the hip-hop collection, which suggests the listener had better be on guard all the time. Tropical House Cruises indicates that the genre is indeed basically a fancy name for Jamaican dancehall lite; the sweeter sister of the ruff, tuff groove that arose after the death of Bob Marley.

Yet the way Tropical House was marketed, snubbing its roots by never mentioning Jamaica, enraged many, prompting charges of cultural erasure. The pragmatic Contractor has his own take on the topic. A lot of the artists were getting into trouble. The idea had deep roots. Hip-hop would not exist without us. But not every rapper on the album has a direct connection to the island.

Although the tracks on Hip Hop Cruises are not necessarily new, their assembly reflects the current moment—a society in danger of tumbling into the ever-widening gap between the rich and the rest of us. They are a reminder of how the survival hustle tries, without necessarily succeeding, to sweep away the old reggae idealism. The struggle to get there, to be able to be comfortable and provide for yourself and your family.

American rappers and Jamaican artists tend to express the struggle through music, and if they have not made it, they feel the struggle even more. Creatives today want their voices to be heard, freedom of expression, and I believe we are creating a new more eclectic type of music and music consumer.

Are we solely our inherited DNA, or are we more than the sum of our plasma? Can we use culture as a tool to build a more constructive future? The combined energy and significance of these three compilation releases suggests that we can. By Madison Bloom. By Evan Minsker. By Noah Yoo. By Pitchfork. By Mankaprr Conteh. Get Hot Links A daily roundup of the most important stories in music.

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