Yaadcore, Jah9 & Subatomic Sound System – Police In Helicopter

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Yaadcore, Jah9 and Subatomic Sound System - Police In Helicopter
Yaadcore, Jah9 and Subatomic Sound System - Police In Helicopter

Yaadcore collaborates to manifest his version of “Police In Helicopter”, originally sang by John Holt in 1982. Also featured on Yaadcore’s Debut LP Reggaeland.

Yaadcore & Jah9 – Police In Helicopter

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Police In Helicopter Vocals: Yaadcore & Jah9

Percussion: Larry McDonald

Saxophones: Troy Shaka Simms

Beats, FX, Guitar, Bass, Melodica: Emch

Label: Yard Birdz Records/ Subatomic Sound Video

Director: Emch

Shot By: Tizzy Tokyo & Ash Mswaki

Editor/Animator: Miguel Hernandez

Produced, Mixed, & Mastered by Emch at Subatomic Sound

Written by: John Holt

Publisher: Downtown DMP Songs OBO Keep on Moving Music

Copyright: 2021 Yard Birdz LLC / Subatomic Sound

ISRC code: USA2P2110614

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