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Configa - Configaration Volume 1 LP [SLAMJamz Records]
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Written by Esh   
Sunday, 10 December 2017
Configa - Configaration Volume 1 LP [SLAMJamz Records]Configa has been deep in the trenches for several years and has finally emerged with an album the world needs to hear. Having refined his production process, Configaration Vol 1 can rightly be called a Magnum Opus (he wont mind me saying!) due to the quality of the music and selection of features who do not disappoint, from the endorsement of Public Enemy's Chuck D, to the Godfather of rap, Spoonie Gee, to Juice Crew legend Craig G, a banger with Reks, a welcome introduction to a dope emcee called Vietnam and even a feature from the late great Sean P!

If that wasn't enough, Configa hasn't forgotten where's he from and got some of the UK's greatest emcees on here as well, Si Phillie and Skriblah to name a couple of them. Just to be sure he's hit every target, Configa also includes a great RnB track with vocalist Sulpacio Jones 'U Make My Day' and turntablism from Turntablist Karisma. Configa has really pulled out all the stops for this one, he should win an award or something. Massive!

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