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.
Classic old school ragga jungle similar to Congo Natty, Remarc, A Guy Called Gerald etc. featuring reggae vocals from Don Goliath and Kamoflage, fractured mashup jungle breaks and spooky electro dub melodies. Edgy urban dance perfect for Action, Dance, Fashion etc, Male Rap & Vocals, 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
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