REPOST: D IS FOR DJUM DJUM

 

From December 2008:

I had thought that Djum Djum was Leftfield working with a vocalist. I was half right. Djum Djum was the vehicle for rapper Neil Cole, the son of Professor Stanley Unwin. He adopted the stage name of Djum Djum in 1976. The name derives from the sound made when chewing an elastic band. Djum Djum sings in a variation of his his father’s Basic Engly Twentyfido language, although it can sound like a strange African language the way he sings/raps it.

But he did get production help from Leftfield for the “Difference” release in 1990 and provided vocals for Leftfield’s Afro-Left EP in 1995. 

Da Lukas Vs Leftfield Feat. DjumDjum – Difference (Bootleg Mix)

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~ by acidted on April 8, 2012.

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