At last, 'The Ultimate Hussler' has finally arrived in our exclusive download store and is available only through judgementyard.org.
This show, which commemorated the earth strong anniversary of one of Judgement Yard's own, Part Two is a show that is not easily forgotten. After all, it represents a Judgement Yard and Alliance link up live, straight out of Judgement Yard. It just doesn't get much bigger or better than 'The Ultimate Hussler'.
Opening the show were a few upcoming local talents from in and around August Town who burned some serious fire, all the while setting the musical pace for the evening and paving the way for the bigger Judgement Yard stars to come.
Teflon arrived on stage to huge forwards from the August Town massive chanting, 'Well then di bugger dem guh, nyam off di pig and dem guh, nyam di bloody cow and dem guh nyam di lickle fish dem weh swim down below' from his chart topping tune on the 'Breath of Fiyah' riddim. The talented Bobo youth from St. Mary then began reeling off hits from his burgeoning catalogue from 'Rise Up' to 'Holding On'.
Upon Teflon's departure, Bobo David made his arrival and blessed the place before proceeding to chant 'Nah put mi head down deh, mi know seh it red down deh' while dashing a serious fiyah on the bowers. The capacity crowd in Judgement Yard demanded a forward for the blazing new track from Bobo David.
Bobo David connected with every tune he drew until it was time to usher in Congo Judah aka Ol' Gunz. The Marshal was obviously at ease on his own turf and commanded the stage well. He gave the people a taste of the 'Demerara' tune and transitioned well between crucial cuts like 'R'ollin' In' and a brand new track called 'Jam Rock Youth.'
Judah represented as the Marshal that he is until he called Joseph Shepherd on stage whose opening tune, 'Love Mi Chalice Cup' moved the show to a higher realm. Shepherd wasn't alone on the stage long before he called none other than Sizzla Kalonji on stage just at the right time to share in the glory of the star-packed evening.
Sizzla's presence brought the show to a feverish pitch and as his voice echoed through the August Town air it was apparent that the community was experiencing a truly special treat.
Dada blazed through a set of new, exclusive releases and freestyles until Bounty Killer could not help but to make his presence known in the midst of the pandamonium caused by Sizzla's superman like artistic ability and stage presence.
As soon as The Warlord touched the stage deejaying 'Bwoy ah guh dead and all di world mi ah tell' on the Stagalag riddim, lighers and torches lit up the evening as the community showed x amount of love to the Killer in return for his blessing them with his presence and his craft. From then on, it was pure joy as the stage began to fill up with artistes like Harry Toddler, Alozade, and Leego, who also contributed select numbers to the high powered musical assault.
'The Ultimate Hussler' like all other original, high quality merchandise offered by Judgement Yard is a must have. It is a show of love from the grassroots of the music, all the way to the top. On the grassroots side, August Town residents from Judgement Yard, Angola, River, Jungle 12, Vietnam, Bryce Hill and even adjacent communities like Hermitage came together in peace and love in a musical night of unity and solidarity for the community.
On the top side of the music, two of the most visible don dada artistes in the music for the past 10 years, Sizzla Kalonji and Bounty Killer came together in one love bringing together Judgement Yard and the Alliance in the whole glorious process.
Make sure to cop your own copy and you will be joyful for it.
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