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Boomkat Product Review:
Swiftly following up November's ace "Montegod Riddim" pack, Bokeh Versions throw Portmore's RdL together with Mexico City's Jessica Smurphy once more for another absolute burner.
'Streets' is another Bokeh outing for Duppy Gun youngblood RdL, who impresses rambunctiously, circling Jessica Smurphy's Molly-dub riddim with ecstatic autotuned vocals that highlight Jamaica's contemporary flow. Smurphy's beat is already tough (and gets its own time in the spotlight here on 'DesertK&QLove Riddim'), but the vocal version is just a perfect union of vocalist and producer, sounding like an alt-universe nugget of off-kilter pop perfection. Smurphy's lightly discordant production sets yer mind in the danger zone, while RdL takes things back to earth, grounding proceedings with tales of Portmore's grimy reality.