2 January 2020
"One of the most exciting debuts heard in ages."
(The Sunday Times UK)
"Lynn is the only person other than Grace Jones right now who we can imagine carrying off that immortal line 'this is my voice, my weapon of choice' "
(TIME OUT London)
"Chuck D called Public Enemy 'Black CNN'... this is Jamaican CNN"
(The Guardian UK)
"Stark, merciless electronic beats and noises ricochet like gunshots."
(The New York Times)
"...what a blend of compelling fresh riddims and insightful lyricism"
(IDJ Magazine UK)
"Terry Lynn has breathed new life into conscious roots reggae and updated it for the 21st century"
(DJ Mag UK)
"Terry di craziest ting outta yaad—after me, Major Lazer."
(Major Lazer via Complex Magazine)
"Might be the strongest release this year."
"Feel the difference biatch!" 9/10 Album of the month."
"This is reveting, polemical stuff."
"Touched by the hand of God."
"Spin Magazine's Top Videos of 2008 - #12"
(The System - Terry Lynn)
"Like Grace Jones but with guns and machetes."
(The Stool Pigeon UK)
"A buzz-bomb electro-rap debut, she poses and chats like she’s had to knife-fight for her dinner."
Kingston’s Waterhouse has long been a breeding ground for top-notch Jamaican talent, but it’s never produced anyone quite like Terry Lynn."
****/5 Staff Pick (XLR8TR)
"Hard…Arresting…Not to be overlooked."
"This is more than a well-crafted album from the Jamaican underground; it's a portrait of denizens from an unjust society that aim to break free of the dance-hall norm and enact change."
"FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK. WE SALUTE YOU!"
"It’s earnest but cool, which is tricky to pull off — and the fact that it’s such a cohesive record is even more impressive."
****/5 (EYE Weekly)
"Synthesizing new-millennium dancehall, electronica, dub reggae and American rap with a hardcore yardie sensibility, Terry Lynn is no joke."
****/5 (NOW Magazine)
"The music is great, but not so overpowering that it drowns out the message. Terry Lynn is going to be a star."
(Rollin & Scratching)
"Terry Lynn wields the politics of poverty with an electro-reggae mallet."
"Injecting electro beats with soul and traces of dancehall, while telling tales of social injustice and her country’s need for change."
Kingston Logic 2.0 blends Lynn’s reggae flow with MIA-style bangers.
"Pig slaughtering that is danceable as well? Sign me up."-System, Terry Lynn
"This track and video are so good they hurt!" -System, Terry Lynn
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