Isiah Mentor – Sus Dem Out

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Sus Dem Out is a heavyweight collaboration between Roots artist Isiah Mentor (formerly King Tubby’s Firehouse artist Lilly Melody) and Friendly Fire Music producer Robin Giorno, recorded three years ago in Birmingham and just unearthed from the Friendly Fire Music vaults.

 

We are glad to finally announce the long anticipated release of this ever- relevant Giddeon tune, aimed straight at the heads of governments, on a bass-heavy 808 re-lick of the classic Late Night Blues Riddim.

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