6 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

London DJ Kevin Martin collaborated with ultra-cool dubstep singer Warrior Queen on this definitive track in 2007, a year before the pair toured the US together as the opening act for Nine Inch Nails. Featuring delayed beats and chanted verses that sound decidedly ancient, the song delivers all the promise offered by the idea of international hip-hop. Immediately accessible to anyone with a sense of rhythm, and inarguably tough, Poison Dart will appeal to people previously disinterested in dancehall, and even electronica itself. Warrior Queen, born Annette Henry, was raised on the mean streets of Kingston, Jamaica, and she sing/chant/raps with strength indicative of her origins.

EDITORS’ NOTES

London DJ Kevin Martin collaborated with ultra-cool dubstep singer Warrior Queen on this definitive track in 2007, a year before the pair toured the US together as the opening act for Nine Inch Nails. Featuring delayed beats and chanted verses that sound decidedly ancient, the song delivers all the promise offered by the idea of international hip-hop. Immediately accessible to anyone with a sense of rhythm, and inarguably tough, Poison Dart will appeal to people previously disinterested in dancehall, and even electronica itself. Warrior Queen, born Annette Henry, was raised on the mean streets of Kingston, Jamaica, and she sing/chant/raps with strength indicative of her origins.

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