MC ZULU - "Check The Frequency" official hd video - directed by Writers Wednesday (Q HEFNA) "MC ZULU x TOP BILLIN - Check The Frequency [official HD video]"
Originally from Panama and now residing in Chicago - Chicago Based Dance Hall/Reggae artist MC ZULU soundcloud.com/mczulu https://twitter.com/MCZulu has teamed up with Writers Wednesday (Q Hefna) twitter.com/WRITERWEDNESDAY
for his latest visual for his hit song "Check The Frequency"
Having achieved worldwide acclaim for his off-brand variety of Electro-driven Reggae, MC Zulu continues to push the sonic envelope.
He deliberately chooses rhythms with a worldly, yet uncategorizable feel to them as the backdrop for his rapid fire, randomized cadence.
The press describes MC Zulu's work as “ a sneak preview of what dancehall reggae is likely to sound like ten years from now ”. He is known throughout the world as the voice of experimental Reggae.
Zulu's prolific catalog boasts a wide-ranging list of releases for labels such as EMI, Warner, NinjaTune, and Planet Mu. The trademark megaphone makes him instantly recognizable, but his one-of-a-kind delivery combined with various forms of Global Bass Music, is what makes him unforgettable.
Beat Science / Kool Keith / Black Silver / Griffen / DJ C / Freak / Don Yute / Bionik / Earatic Static / Aceyalone / Rubber Room / The Drastics / Ghislain Poirier / David Last / Kush Arora / Liquid Stranger /
" This impressive, extremely well-produced album laces pounding hip-hop beats with ethereal background strings and atmospheric enhancements interwoven over Zulu's impeccable flow ."
- Global Rhythm -
" After listening to “Call Red Alert,” we really think MC Zulu and Poirier should start a riddim collective called Tha Supa Socas."
- RCRDLBL -
"MC Zulu launches into "Go Ballistic." The beats head off in a more syncopated direction and before you know it, the room is bouncing to soca."
- AOL Music News -
" His lyrical flights of fancy range from good-time party tunes to songs with a socially conscious beat. "
- Natl. Public Radio -
"...as the show-stealing Chicago MC Zulu urges here, the best antidote is to "fight the pressure with bass and treble."
- EXCLAIM -
" Paired nicely with dub or dubstep music, Zulu took performances that were already awesome and gave them a glossy veneer of lyricism."
- MXDWN -
" If you want a sneak preview of what dancehall reggae is likely to sound like ten years from now, this may be as good a guess as any."
- All Music Guide -
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