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Steve Netshishivhe – Deep Roots of Dub | Album Review

Deep Roots of Dub Album

By: Ras Phumudzo Maba

Steve Netshishivhe went to studio for a third time and came out with a dub album titled “Deep Roots of Dub”.  A 14 tracks (66 minutes) album that provides a much needed space for deep meditation. As the name suggests, the album carries 12 massive dubs spiced with 2 vocals where Steve gives the listeners a taste of his rough sketchy voice.

The album opens up with ‘Biko’s Painful Story’ which takes the listeners back to the injustices faced by Steve Biko at the hands of the then apartheid government of South Africa. Lyrically, the track is though provoking and can easily bring tears to your face, however the dub effects heals the soul and reassures listeners that this is a dub album.

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