Ini Kamoze’s self-titled debut album is an essential one to understand the early ‘80s roots. The new evolution of the reggae beat was created by the rapid fire of hard rhythms. This sound fits perfectly with Ini’s unique voice and perspective. He was observing the ghetto culture like a journalist, writing down what he has seen. The album is produced by the famous duo Sly and Robbie and the six songs were recorded at the Channel One Studio in one hour. The single "World-A-Music" became a classic and the rest of the albums material is pretty much related. It’s the heavy reggae that attracts most of the people. This one can’t be missed in any Reggae collection.