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Boomkat Product Review:
Major play from Big Dada, weighing out the ruckus of 'Jungle Revolution' by UK bassbin pioneer, Congo Natty. In an age when the sound's roguish lickle sibling, D&B, is topping the charts (Tinie Tempah/Rudimental/DJ Fresh), and its spirit haunts Michael West aka Congo Natty comes to redress its cultural roots with a mixture of classic and up-to-the-minute production applied with honourable intent and party-wise impact. With On-U Sound legend, Adrian Sherwood at the mixing desk, the Rebel MC gives a ten track volley of rhythms blending dubstep, hip hop and his sacred roots reggae with a spectrum of junglist breaks, ramping from sweetened steppers' vibes in 'Jungle Souljah' to the London-centric soundsystem pride of hardsteppah, 'UK Allstars' with Tenor Fly and Top Cat to the dubstep-jungle flex of 'Jah Warriors', 'Nu Beginninz' and 'London Dungeons' to the skanking highlights of 'Jungle Is I And I' and the explosive 'Rebel', before tipping out with the dread declamation, 'Micro Chip (Say No)'.