These cuts offer another taste of what to expect from the forthcoming album, having already dropped three taster tracks, providing a boundary-breaking experience exploring jungle, drum 'n' bass, reggae, jazz and hip-hop.
Both 'Dragon Slayer' and 'Binghi Man' aid in the upcoming album's representation of the global diaspora, giving a voice to the people, and document the uprising and reflection on where mankind and culture is in the present year.
'Dragon Slayer' balances jungle-infused drums, featuring the reflections of Frighty and Martha Cecile, with 'Binghi Man' incorporating Footsie's bars over reggae-inspired basslines.
"Jungle is the avatar slaying all dragons and opening jah love chakra through a musikal portal," remarks Congo to Mixmag on the two fresh records.
With a discography spanning five decades, Congo's founding status and influential role shows no sign of ceasing with his continual output right now.
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You can check out Congo Natty's two new singles, 'Dragon Slayer' and 'Binghi Man' now.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter