Reggae has a rich history of releasing ‘head to head’ albums. And dancehall has a rich history of having styles that are replaced and out of fashion as quickly as they arise. And you have King Dragon Records from France for bringing you this amazing image of early 90s dancehall fashion and posing.
I don’t know much about ‘He-Man’, but Joseph Stepper has some notable hits in the early 90s with his biggest hit arguably being ‘Wife‘ (which isn’t on this album anyway).
So if Joseph Stepper is the ‘Badness’ side, then why is He-Man wearing the pirate hat, eh, eh?
Photo for the sleeve was by Howard levy and the sleeve design was by Monika Nicinski.
A1 He-man – Niceness
A2 He-man – New Slang
A3 He-man – Mi And Mi Gun
A4 He-man – Pound Wine
A5 He-man – Take Heed
B1 Joseph Stepper – Badness
B2 Joseph Stepper – Test
B3 Joseph Stepper – Ghetto Youth
B4 Joseph Stepper – Glam
B5 Joseph Stepper – Stick It Inna Body