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Bio: '93 started, playing drums in some punkbands '96 made me convert to reggae and dancehall as an MC/selector '99 'treaty' finally took da mic... '05 was to be the end of a fruitfull career, wich included various albums and featurings, winning every single battle i participated in and playing for u...See Full Bio
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“It's obvious that A Thomas (formerly known as Treaty), who worked with Belgian bands like Calabash, ASAP en Sunscape, tries to showcase his versatility as this album features a variety of riddims including one-drop modern roots, hardcore dancehall, and vintage sounds. A Thomas possesses a powerful, mature voice, and although his lyrics are far from original -- in particular when he rides the infectious Jamaica produced dancehall riddims -- certain songs such as our personal favourites "Soundbwoy" and "Belgium" are worth hearing. Things get started in real fine style with "Feeling Good", before "This Is What You Came For" and "Warning" drop to create a strong dancehall vibe. "Soundbwoy" on African Beat's "Cherry Pie" (aka "Cherry Oh Baby") riddim is simply great to hear. Next up is the decent "Waan Some" over one of Stephen "Di Genius" McGregor hit riddims. And then the solid "Guide Over Me" comes across the Romain "Sherkhan" Chiffre produced "Sufferah" riddim.”