An easy-paced groove chugs along with a hip-hop-ish vibe that could prove accessible to crossover and urban formats.
Is real reggae still being made, with all those pale-faced pretenders around? Yes here, with all the dub production gadgets and all.
Charles Aaron from Spin said: "Producers Steely and Clevie's quirked-up remake of the reggae classic made my speakers rumble and swoon when a radio DJ finally wised up. Penn's mesmerizing voice plea is so precise and self-possessed that you figure she'll be fine whether her baby asks her to get down on her knees and pray or not. Inspiration for Luscious Jackson's masterfully strokin' "Daughters of the Kaos. They wrote: " Emotional masochism never sounded so sweet. She sings it well enough, but it adds nothing to the original literally.
British music DJ's Hexstatic included a mix of the song on " Mr. Bajan recording artist Rihanna recorded a cover version of the song as a duet with dancehall recording artist Vybz Kartel , for her debut studio album Music of the Sun English recording artist Lily Allen sampled the song for her " Shame for You ", included on her debut studio album, Alright, Still Lucy Davies for the BBC reviewed the song, writing "Many of her reggae-fused songs stick in your head whilst you desperately suss out why they're familiar, but she rips off her influences with a comic acknowledgement, like 'Shame for You', which blatantly lifts the chorus hook from 'You Don't Love Me No No No ' by Dawn Penn".
In , American rapper Ghostface Killah covered the song on his compilation album, Hidden Darts: Special Edition , which consists of his rare album B-sides, unreleased songs and mixtape tracks. Raymond In , electronic music artists Ed Solo and Deekline produced a drum and bass remix of the track, which was subsequently remixed by Serial Killaz.
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