Myki Tuff and Jam Jah Sound Soundsytem Presents Burial Mixtape

Jam Jah Sound Burial Mixtape

Here’s a new mixtape by Myki Tuff and Jam Jah Sound.

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“Jam Jah Sound from outta the Badlands UK, presents a selection of 100% sound killing dubplates by lyrical murderer Myki Tuff aka the War General, straight to a soundboy’s head, with no apology”

Artist: Myki Tuff
Title: Soundsystem Burial Mixtape
Mixed by Jam Jah Sound

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