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  • Audio CD (8 Dec. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dharma
  • ASIN: B000096FN2
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With the massive smash of "Mundian To Bach Ke" behind him, Panjabi Mc is the latest Anglo-Indian to smartly mix hip-hop, garage and reggae. The Album sets out to capitalise on his success but Rajinder Rai is no newcomer, having been on the circuit for over 10 years. In 1999 he made the biggest-selling bhangra record ever: that was Legalised, his third album. The Album is a sort of greatest hits record that catches Panjabi MC in transition from bhangra singer to urban rhymer, and his early attempts at gangsta rap such as "Soundz of the Des" and "True MCs" sit at odds with his latest work. As "Mundian…" was based on the Knight Rider theme, so "Jatt Ho Giya Sharabee" rides on top of the theme from Magnum. "Jugni" dips deep into the bhangra and breakbeat back-catalogue to pull up something truly unusual whereas Jay Z's remix of "Mundian…" is essentially the US rap superstar rhyming over the top of the same beat. It's not revolutionary, but Jay Z is a big name for a Coventry artist to get on board and certain to bring in extra fans. --Jake Barnes

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