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BINGIMAN: “You Girl” The Riddim and Dance EP!

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Posted April 26, 2012 by Peter Burns in Reggae

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Production
90%


Arrangement
90%


Songwriting
90%


Performance
0%


Appeal
90%


Total Score
72%


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Reggae artist Bingiman has been creating and performing for nearly three decades. Born in England (UK), Bingiman lived and grew up in a very multi cultural city called Birmingham, where the likes of UB40, Pato Banton & Ranking Roger also hail from. Bingiman practices an art form that unites different musical styles, with a mission […]

by Peter Burns
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Reggae artist Bingiman has been creating and performing for nearly three decades. Born in England (UK), Bingiman lived and grew up in a very multi cultural city called Birmingham, where the likes of UB40, Pato Banton & Ranking Roger also hail from.

Bingiman practices an art form that unites different musical styles, with a mission to encourage, uplift, inspire and motivate. This makes Bingiman’s material crafted for a larger scale audience. He is no longer just a Dancehall artist, but embraces other genres with a professional approach and versatility that allows him to easily slip into different styles of music.

Bingiman has just released his second EP entitled ‘YOU GIRL’ which is a mix of hit tracks he has written using different producers. The track list features 8 tracks , including his single ‘You Girl’ produced by J&G Records. The track is a shake-your-booty Sean Paul styled mover, with an added, cool and catchy T-Pain vocal effect.

On “Earn Dis Cash”, Bingiman takes his rapid fire rhyming style into Shaggy’s Bombastic territory. Showing that he knows how to to sing and rap his way across any beat and rhythm.

U.K. Reggae Artist – BINGIMAN

Other album highlights include the mid tempo reggae beater ‘Love Is A Message’ featuring Rose Capri. Rose is internationally known for ‘Passion’ a track she released in the 80’s.

‘Not Alright’, authentically expresses the famed rhythm sounds used by Jamaican legends like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer, and is certainly one of the better tracks on the EP.

My outright favorite track, is with out a doubt ‘Letter To The World’, produced by the Friendly Fire Band. Bingiman mixes Jamaican reggae rhythms with western flavored dance-pop, resulting in a sound very reminiscent of the mega hits produced by one of reggae/pop’s most successful bands of all time – Third World.

Bingiman has supported acts like: Gregory Issacs, Thiller U, John Holt, Gappy Ranks, Peter Spence, Vivian Jones, Macka B, Sandra Cross & Daddy Lizard. He is also a regular act at Reggae Baby Lounge held at the Drum Centre in his home city Birmingham UK.

On You Girl, Bingiman melds audacious dancehall riddims with a pop-dance club flair. So go and get it.

 


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