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The Dubplates continues to do well on the...
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Harry Toddler and the Down Sound Force wow Western Consciousness Featured

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Harry Toddler and the DownSound Force kicked off the dancehall segment with high energy, and got an immediate forward from the enthusiastic Sav-la-mar crowd during the recent Western Consciousness show over the weekend.

Harry Todldler began the set appropriately with Don't Run in with a swag that only The Blond Ras could deliver. He then went into a quick medley of previous dancehall hits such as Hand Me the Fire, Dance the Angel, and Certain Bwoy that got the crowd buzzing. He then turned the energy down a notch to make an appeal of 'No More Killing' and the crowd rocked along to Toddler's conscious lyrics. Then he introduced G Warren who wowed the crowd with Pressure from the newly released riddim Spirited from DownSound Records.

Toddler also introduced another red hot rookie Tempricher who sang his Mama song getting the full attention of the audience. Toddler then ended the segment with Pray fi Dem to loud cheers from the audience.

The DownSound Force Force was in full effect.

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