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Check out Congo Natty's new tracks, 'Dragon Slayer' and 'Binghi Man'

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  • Niamh Ingram
  • 21 August 2022
Check out Congo Natty's new tracks, 'Dragon Slayer' and 'Binghi Man'

Having announced his first album since 2015 last month, Congo Natty has returned this month with two new singles: 'Dragon Slayer' and 'Binghi Man'.

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.

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'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

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