Release date: Monday 13th August 2012. Hazardous Muzik are proud to bring to you the mighty Dangerous EP by Jayline featuring collaborations from the man himself alongside bad man producer Papa Gee. If you’re not already familiar with the pure unadulterated Drum and Bass filth that Jayline has been composing over the past several years then this is a great opportunity to show you just what this man is capable of.
Following up from the success of his other releases and returning from a sabbatical in Canada, Jayline never fails to deliver those dance floor smashing tracks that shake speakers from studios to radio stations across the globe. The Dangerous EP opens with the dynamic Dancehall Ram, an energetic and vibrant track that sees the first collaboration between Jayline and Papa Gee. The opening sample of Reggae inspired singing, ‘I am dangerous’ echoes in your ears before the filthy warping bass line comes into play and causes some serious damage!
Next up we have the ominously named Hour of Doom, a much more relaxed affair with stripped back production and a distinctive slower pace that makes it perfect for the early hours of the rave. A scientific like feel is evident in the dripping samples used here and the broken drum pattern creates a relaxed atmosphere. Distorted vocals splice through the track adding that something extra.
Jayline’s next collaboration with Papa Gee is the suggestive Bun It which opens with a bang and some more Reggae inspired vocals before launching full throttle into aggressive jump up which has fast become a trademark of Jayline and Papa Gee’s production. You simply can’t help but move your body to this track.
The last track on the Dangerous EP is the mellow but fast Overexposed which provides a calm ending to an exciting collection of tracks. With this liquid inspired composition, Jayline has switched it up again and demonstrated his skill and versatility at Drum and Bass production covering a variety of sub categories within the genre.
As soon as you unleash the fury of the Dangerous EP, the only immediate danger will be the damage to your bank account after you rush out to pick up Jayline and Papa Gee’s back catalogue of releases after hearing how amazing this release is!