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On this night in 1993 you were listening to... Snow

A Friday Flashback to get your weekend started…

“INFORMER, YOU KNOW saddemesnow is nottoblayam a lickey boom boom down”.

That, my friends, is what we think Snow is singing in this glorious 1993 one-hit wonder.

A Canadian musician, this track was all about his incarceration, though we suspect he may have not been accompanied by women in a sauna while behind bars.

The song emerged at a time when commercial reggae, produced by the likes of Ini Kamoze and Shabba Ranks, was beginning to get hugely popular, and Snow’s infectious chorus meant that this song went to number 1 in Ireland in March 1993 – and hung around the charts for 15 weeks.

A lickey boom boom down indeed.

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On this night in 1995 you were listening to… Ini Kamoze>

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