Dub Cmd & Sistasara Follow The Bassline (7inch dubplate cut)

[DUB026] Dub Cmd & SistaSara - Follow The Bassline copy
[DUB026] Dub Cmd & SistaSara - Follow The Bassline copy


CAT. NR: DUB026 // GENRE: ROOTS REGGAE / DUB / DUBWISE / STEPPERS TRACKLIST: 01. Follow The Bassline / 02. Follow The Dub / 03. Version RELEASE DATE: 30th NOV 2020 ON ALL DIGITAL PLATFORMS

Being the most prolific producer of 2020, Dub Cmd is back with his third single. Debuting in 2019 with the EP Moonsteppa & the first collaboration EP Deeper Understanding with the Italian born producer & singer SistaSara, the UK based producer from Poland releases in 2020 a series of crucial vibrations: The 2-part EP Way To Zion ft. Sister Maki, the singles Leaving Babylon Behind ft. SistaSara and Blessed ft. Soul Fire and the compilation Explorations In Dub Vol.2 / Lockdown Dub, in which he was actively involved as artist and executive producer.

Follow The Bassline is Dub Cmd’s new release and the last one in a series of three singles. Once again he collaborates with SistaSara on a riddim presented in three versions, which has all ingredients that trademarked his heavyweight dub style: inspiring vocals, heavy basslines and deep steppa grooves.

CREDITS: Production & Riddims – Dub Cmd (UK) / Vocals & Lyrics – SistaSara (ITA) / Mixed and mastered by Dub Cmd @ Mission Control (UK) / Artwork by Art-c-soundala.

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