Sunday Rankin Archive

Sunday Rankin Vol. 23

Posted by: noble savage on 16/08/2015 in Music, Sunday Rankin

popcaan weed is my best friend

The 23rd edition of Sunday Rankin comes courtesy of Popcaan and his new record, “Weed Is My Best Friend”, which is his contribution to the Life Support riddim. After a very chill cottage weekend getaway with the homies, this song feels incredibly appropriate.

Sunday Rankin Vol. 23

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Sunday Rankin Vol. 22

Posted by: noble savage on 10/05/2015 in Music, Sunday Rankin

delroy wilson better must come

We really need to get better at making more Sunday Rankin posts, so thank the hot weather in the city for inspiring this one. The 22nd instalment in the series is a classic roots record from 1971 called “Better Must Come”, by Delroy Wilson. Play this and go for a walk outside – the day is too nice to just let it go by.

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Sunday Rankin Vol. 21

Posted by: noble savage on 12/10/2014 in Music, Sunday Rankin

sevana bit too shy

The 21st instalment of Sunday Rankin comes courtesy of Kingston’s Sevana and her debut single “Bit Too Shy”. Happy Thanksgiving to all our fellow Canadians!

Sunday Rankin Vol. 21

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Sunday Rankin Vol. 20

Posted by: noble savage on 06/04/2014 in Music, Sunday Rankin

Sunday Rankin returns, and for Vol. 20 we bring you a rocksteady classic from 1968: “My Conversation” by Slim Smith & The Uniques. Toronto, if you haven’t taken a stroll outside today, put this in your headphones and GO – it’s beautiful out there.

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Sunday Rankin Vol. 19

Posted by: noble savage on 02/03/2014 in Music, Sunday Rankin

For the 19th edition of Sunday Rankin, we bring you the 1978 rocksteady classic, “Love Me Forever”, by Carlton and The Shoes, produced by the legendary Coxsone Dodd.

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Sunday Rankin Vol. 18

Posted by: noble savage on 19/01/2014 in Music, Sunday Rankin

Wow it’s been a long time since we’ve done a Sunday Rankin post, but I’m going to make an effort to do these on a weekly basis from now on. For the 18th edition, we bring you “Is It Worth It? (Gun Man World)” by Damian Marley, a track featuring some powerful lyrics over the chilled out Rootsman Riddim.

Sunday Rankin Vol. 18

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Sunday Rankin Vol. 17: Kling Klang Riddim

Posted by: Λnthony V on 22/07/2012 in Music, Sunday Rankin

Mixpak Records presents Dre Skull’s new Kling Klang Riddim with voicings from Beenie Man, Popcaan, Deva Bratt, Suku and Tifa. The Beenie and Popcaan tings are especially big.

1 Beenie Man – Super Model
2 Deva Bratt – Hot And Ready
3 Popcaan – So We Do It
4 Suku – Mad Sumaddy
5 Tifa – Champion Bubbler
6 Dre Skull – Kling Klang Riddim

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Sunday Rankin Vol. 16

Posted by: Λnthony V on 15/07/2012 in Music, Sunday Rankin

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Cutty Ranks – Stick It Up

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