Bigga Haitian-BIGGA FIYAH MIX by Dash Eye

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BRAND NEW MIX BY DASH EYE (From San Diego’s Tribe Of Kings Sound)
Download The New Mix For Free By Clicking Here

Press Release:
In advance of Bigga Haitian’s upcoming release “Sak Pasé” due out March 3rd on Walkup Records, we are proud to announce the release of the brand new mix CD:

Tribe of Kings Presents: Bigga Fiyah Mix – Strictly Vibes, Vol. 3 (hosted by Bigga Haitian / mixed by Dash Eye)

A long time in the making, the mix features exclusive tracks by Bigga Haitian and many of the top reggae tunes in recent times by artists such as Sizzla, Gyptian, Alborosie, Akon, Khari Kill, and some nice surprises. You’ll also get a sneak preview of the new Bigga Haitian album at the end of the non-stop mix. Track list available upon request. Huge thanks to the mighty Dash Eye and the Tribe of Kings crew (San Diego, CA).

We appreciate all the support. Please pass along the link to anyone who might enjoy it. Stay tuned for the highly anticipated release of “Sak Pasé”, and in the meantime, here is an album description:

Sak Pasé, Bigga Haitian’s highly anticipated follow-up to 2000’s Binghi Mon, showcases the legendary reggae singer reaching new vocal and spiritual heights on an eclectic mix of tunes, covering ground from roots to dancehall to hip-hop Creole and back.

Recorded from 2006 through 2008 in New York, Israel and Taiwan, and released internationally by Walkup Records in early 2009, Sak Pasé features many outstanding musicians, including an all-star horn section consisting of Clark Gayton (Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Prince, Steel Pulse), Cedric “Im” Brooks (Light of Saba, Skatalites, Bob Marley) and Kevin Batchelor (Steel Pulse, Skatalites, Shaggy), who last appeared together on the multi-platinum Rihanna album A Girl Like Me.
Bigga’s ganja anthem, “Gi Me Da Weed,” released ahead of Sak Pasé

, is currently enjoying airplay on more than 50 radio stations around the world and has sold units in nine countries. The next single, a cover of the White Stripes’ “My Doorbell,” has already impressed the few DJs who received advance copies, generating positive feedback and rotation on reggae radio nationwide.

Bigga Haitian is known as the first Haitian singer to break into the Jamaican reggae scene, tearing down national and cultural walls and paving the way for the next generation of Haitian artists.
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