Kardinal Offishall ft. David Banner & Alfamega - Numba 1 (Dutty Sout Remix)

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

As we reported last week, Kardinal Offishall has recorded two completely different remixes to his current hit single, Numba 1 (Tide Is High).  After replacing featured hook singer Rihanna (who is on the album version of the record) with Keri Hilson, the Toronto native has teamed up with David Banner and Alfamega for a ‘Dutty Sout’ remix.  Instead of reusing Supa Dups’ original beat, Kardi called in a favor from United Kingdom producer JD Dready, one of several international production talents he worked with on his domestic debut, Not 4 Sale.  Coming in December is the second remix, which will feature Barrington Levy and Busta Rhymes.

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