Turbulence

Do Good

2007-03-12

Turbulence (born Sheldon Campbell) is an up and coming artist from Jamaica. Featuring sounds ranging from seventies style Roots Reggae to Dub to Dancehall, 2Step, and Trip-Hop, Do Good is full of energy and colorful vibrancy. While his influenced by artists of the past, Do Good is a Reggae album for the 21st century and, in places, is equipped with swirling sound effects, crisp, clear vocals, and modern electronic instruments. Drug references on 6 & 14 Seth Allgaier

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