Ragga jungle is a genre of music that emerged circa 1989-1990 and is is credited with engaging the black community within the UK's Jungle scene, and contributed to the 'bad boy' or 'rude boy' subculture within the UK. There was a large amount of rudeboy/guntalk reggae being produced at that time which influenced the ragga jungle sound greatly. Some tracks featured samples of gangster movies, gunshots, and samples of Reggae sound clashes.
Dub-step, Groove Damage 2, by Suroor Goodenough. Funky, bouncy, fun. Wild and crazy track with intense groove and varying moods-at times has a rasta/reggae feel, especially with the subdued male background vocals, at other times is in more of a funk-pop vein. Instrumental, UK Bass, Ragga Jungle
Experimental electro dub track with a reggae feel. Great for anything that needs a heavy groove and lots of edge. Good for corporate productions, commercials, cartoons, movies/film/TV, radio productions and video games. Instrumental, UK Bass, Ragga Jungle