Dope Ammo and Mix Ten are on one serious link up with Nicky Blackmarket’s Kartoons label. Not only did they bring legendary vocalist Jasmine Knight to the party but also a whole host of remix producers. It’s a package only Dope Ammo and Blackmarket could conjure up and the diversity on offer is certainly one of a kind.
Both Dope Ammo and Mix Ten simply shine alongside Jasmine Knight and the original provides plenty of commercial crossover whilst retaining a huge element of dancefloor pressure. It’s no doubt one for the car and one for the festivals alike. Sublow Hz retains the big area vibes and adds a ton of mid range gritty bass to the mix, making what was once a pretty safe affair, seem more of an attack on the senses.
Jamie S23 reverts back to ‘96, chopping up vocals like a shredder on max output whilst rocking an MA2 bomber jacket in the process. Relative newcomer to the scene, Max Baker demonstrates that you don’t have to be born in the 90’s to represent the ethos of Kartoons and does a fine job about it to boot. Wrapping up this release, AN chuck a technical hard stepper into the mix, growling and twisting through Knight’s silky smooth vocals.
Looking for different mixes to represent the mood of the dance? Look no further.
Sublow Hz Remix
Jamie S23 Remix
Max Baker Remix
AN (Alexander Norman) Remix
Artist: Dope Ammo & Mix Ten
Vocals: Jasmine Knight
Remixes: Sublow Hz, Jamie S23, Max Baker, AN
Catalogue Number: KARDIGI026
Release Date: 04th September 2020
Press Release: Dubplate Creative
Juno Download Review
"Fresh off the factory floor from Dope Ammo and Mix Ten, How Did It Go Down starts with an original number (feat. Jasmine Knight on vocals) and moves rapidly into a series of top class remixes that all build on the original in one way or another. Dope Ammo and Mix Ten's rendition is far from outclassed, however, and the pair have channeled the history of 170 to produce a roller that's both soft in the high ends and destructive in the lows, and we especially love the breadth of its bassline; a proper wallower. Jamie S23, of Drum&BassArena fame, steps up and cuts up, a percussive masterpiece that sets a new groove and injects a heady dose of bouncing brevity. Max Baker flips into it a liquid number, AN chops things into jungle sized pieces, and Sublow HZ adds a jug of jump-up energy. Wicked stuff."