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Thursday, Sep 26 2013 | 21:31
Image: 1584155 Widely regarded as one of the most original, respected lyricists in the game, David Boomah debut album ‘One World Many Cultures’ has already caused shockwaves across the bass music scene. Now V Recordings is proud to present this single 12’ release from an album full of bangers.

Kicking off the release is the Serum produced ‘Soundboy Robber’. Combine raga influence, jittering percussion and earthshaking bass with the lyrical prowess of Boomah and Juxci Dnero and you have a track full of character.

On the flip is ‘We’re One’. A track designed for the dancefloor, after a airy intro and stand out performance from Boomah - We’re One transforms into a track designed to slay the rave. Featuring a bold bassline, hard drums and top level production - expect this one on a dancefloor near you.

With support and spins from a variety tastemakers such as Radio 1‘s Rob Da Bank, Radio 1Xtra’s Crissy Criss, Rinse FM’s Uncle Duggs, Choice FM’s Woody, XFM’s John Kennedy and Kool FM’s Billy Daniel Bunter as well as the legendary Sir David Rodigan, ‘One World Many Cultures’ is already regarded as one of the most thorough, diverse and most importantly soulful Bass music projects of the year.

LABEL MARKETING: Features on V Recordings shows on Ministry of Sound Radio and Origin FM, Dedicated newsletter to 35,000 V Recordings subscribers. 50,000+ Facebook reach through label controlled Facebook and Twitter. as well as press on websites across the globe.

TRACKLISTING:

A: Soundboy Robber (Feat Juxci Dnero)
B: We’re One’ Available from 06.09.2013
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