There is nothing you can do that make me run away from this clash yah...

4.4.07

1992 // KILLAMANJARO VS. STONE LOVE


This clash took place in 1992. Quite possibly the last recorded clash where live deejays defended a sound. I mentioned recently that Ricky Trooper was briefly criticized online for racial comments during his clash with Blunt Posse, but this is nothing new in dancehall as evidenced by Hammermouth's 'it takes ten coolie mek one nyaga man' speech. Between Charlie Chaplin, Hammermouth and later Panhead who counteracts Stone Love's Panhead dubplates, most cassette freaks give the win to Killamanjaro. Almost every dubplate selected by Ricky Trooper for Killamanjaro is a brutal soundboy killing dub (especially for 1992), whereas Stone Love played 50% bashment dubs. Jaro also had custom lyrics on their side, Stone Love's selectors end up getting very vexed at Jaro's comments and tries very hard to diss Charlie Chaplin telling him to trim his dreads. Stone Love plays 3 Nitty Gritty dubs that are FIRE on side A and several hard hitting clash dubplates including Shaggy Wonder 'Rush Dem', Tiger 'Yu Dead Now', and other favorites.... So decide for yourself who won...