Techniques Records fuels rebirth with a ‘Bam’ in the UK Dancehall Market
In the midst of restoration efforts to preserve the legacy of world renowned producer and Techniques label executive Winston Riley; Sons, Andre and Kurt Riley, are excited with the new release effort by Jamaican born European Dancehall artiste Stylo G and noted Jamaican female DJ, Sister Nancy. The track ‘Badd’ on the 3Beat Records Label features Sister Nancy on the remix to her Techniques label recorded tune ‘Bam Bam’ from the 1980’s.
This isn't the first time the Techniques Label’s single has garnered international attention, the track had also been famously sampled by Lauryn Hill on her album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill released in 1998.
Stylo G had also collaborated with Sister Nancy earlier this year with ‘Soundbwoy’ which peaked inside the UK Top 10 Charts. The St Catherine (Jamaica) born London recording artiste is also nominated for 2 Mobo Awards this year in the best Newcomer and Reggae artiste categories.
Techniques Records Label Directors Andre Riley and Dj Kurt Riley are proud that Techniques Records 1980’s recorded singles are still powerful and relevant in 2013 and see this as yet another way that Winston Riley’s legacy will continue to live on.
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