The connection between all things Electronica and Dancehall was established as early as 1986 with Sly & Robbie's innovative release "Electro Reggae". In the time since, several artists would touch on the idea with groundbreaking, hybrid material. It was MC Zulu, however who consistently reinforced the aesthetic, even referring to it as his primary genre.
Over the past decade MC Zulu released several full length albums and feature appearances dedicated to the Electro Reggae idea, certainly making him the most prolific artist in the category. His work was met with heavy scrutiny in early days, with his material often being referred to as "outlaw" before the eventual acceptance of genres like Dubstep and Moombahton.
MC Zulu and the artists from his talent pool remain a strong influence over several mainstream acts to this day. This project is an anthology of highlights, B-Sides and unreleased material.