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Stooshe - 'My Man Music'

Features painful references to a Jamaican dancehall move

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“I could be at a dubstep rave, skanking all night but I still love classical”, sing London trio Stooshe, emphasising their eclectic music taste. That a group this in love with every genre going would express this feeling over a cheesy ska-reggae number featuring painful references to a Jamaican dancehall move is baffling.

David Renshaw

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