“Crucifixion of the Ghetto” Chapter 2 “To Get a Hit…(You haffe fit)”

In Chapter 2 of “Crucifixion of the Ghetto” dancehall culture takes front stage. To get a hit “You haffe fit” loosely translated from Jamaican patios means to get a hit you have to be fit. During that fist year of recording at Studio K, those lyrics from the 1985 Black Uhuru song “Fit you Haffe Fit” had become a mantra, a catch phrase at the studio to always be alert, aware, attuned to both mentally and physically. Now that Henry K and Bigga Staar are venturing into the world of Dancehall Music, those lyrics are more useful than ever.

Produced by Henry K in association with Voice Boxx Studio Red Hills, Jamaica

Guest vocals by Patrick “Curly Loxx” Gaynor, Hayden “Bush” Campbell Steve “Bigga Staar” Briskman

Intro by Michelle “Kim” Yamaguchi

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featured songs: “Fit you Haffe Fit Dub” Black Uhuru courtesy of BMG music

“Fit” feat Bradly Brown Bigga Staar & Delly Ranks