by Roots Manuva
Released: Oct 2011
Label: Big Dada
After over a decade of groundbreaking releases like 2002's Run Come Save Me, Roots Manuva's blend of dancehall reggae, grime electronics and U.K. rap sounds as comfortable as a favorite pair of shoes. He keeps 4everevolution from getting stale with strong material, including "Here We Go Again," the Toddla T hit "Watch Me Dance," and "Who Goes There?" The album lasts nearly an hour, and Roots doesn't have enough quality songs for it all, but even on weaker tracks like "Skid Valley," he sustains himself with his unique vocal phrasings, social insights and deep lyricism.
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