Kardinal Offishall ft. Barrington Levy & Busta Rhymes - Numba 1 (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
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Producer:
JD Dready
Album:
Not 4 Sale

Three weeks ago, DJBooth featured the first of two remixes to Kardinal Offishall’s current Keri Hilson-assisted single, Numba 1 (Tide Is High), boasting Dutty Sout influenced rhymes from David Banner and Alfamega.  As promised, the second remix has arrived, and it includes guest contributions from Busta Rhymes and the recently-featured Barrington Levy (see No War).  Over slightly tweaked production from UK producer JD Dready, Kardinal spits a completely brand new opening verse, while Levy and Rhymes both put in performances close to their vests.  So, what’s next for the Toronto emcee? In late January, Kardi will release the T-Pain-assisted Go Home With You as Not 4 Sale’s third official radio single.

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