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Ty - We Don't Care

Ty We Dont Care
Ty - We Don't Care
(12") Big Dada BD049, 2003-03-31

Tracklisting :
A1. We Don't Care (original) B1. We Don't Care (Lotek relick) B2. We Don't Care (original instrumental)

Press Release :
"It's the retun of the one man army"

London MC, poet, dancer and musical maestro Ty returns to the fray to warm us up for his forthcoming second album, due this September. "We Don't Care" was, for many, many people the standout track from Big Dada's critically-acclaimed compilation "Extra Yard," which came out in October 2002. Over an utterly devastating, squelching funk beat, Ty lays it out straight to all the doubters, wannabes, wankers and doublethinkers. Handling production duties himself alongside Drew, Ty has undoubtedly discovered a tougher edged, more contemporary sound, which is set to find fruition on his forthcoming, as yet untitled album (let's just say there's just a little mixing left and it's sounding blinding).

But that's not all. The original tune is now complemented by a laid-back soul-jazzy epic courtesy of Wayne Bennett, the man behind Lotek HiFi and one of the hottest production names in the UK's hip hop scene right now.. And watch out for the great new video from Torriano Salvatory, quickly establishing himself as a gritty alternative to US bling-video tactics…


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