David Boomah – One World Many Remixes on V recordings

David Boomah One world many remixes

David Boomah is widely regarded as one of the most original, respected lyricists in the game, and has become a byword for stunning vocals, ever since bursting on to the UK jungle scene alongside Shy FX with the 1995 classic ‘Who Run Tings’.

Working in the studio and touring with the likes of Rebel MC, Shy FX, Potential Badboy, Benny Page, and collaborating with artists like Tenor Fly,  Topcat, Navigator, and UK Apachi, Boomah has maintained his creative passion, and kept his links strong in both his passions – Reggae and Drum and Bass.

Afrer his debut album ‘One World Many Cultures’ on the legendary V Records – an imprint responsible for landmark releases from Jungle and DnB institutions such as Roni Size, DJ Die, DJ Marky and Artificial Intelligence. A first for V Recordings, ‘One World Many Cultures’ breaks the mould, journeying through a mix  of Reggae/Dancehall, Dubstep, Breaks and of course Drum & Bass and Jungle – for a truly international mix.

Featuring a range of producers from all genres as well as guest collaborators, David Boomah has joined forces with artists such as Tenor Fly, Solo Banton, Harry Shotta, Serocee and YT – lyricists at the top of their game in wildly different genres. Throw in crystal clear production from established beat makers Serum, Rob & Robbie, Benny Page, as well as Aries & Gold amongst others – and the result is another landmark V album. With support and spins from a variety tastemakers such as Radio 1‘s Rob Da Bank, Radio 1Xtra’s Crissy Criss, Rinse FM’s Uncle Duggs, Choice FM’s Woody, XFM’s John Kennedy and Kool FM’s Billy Daniel Bunter as well as the legendary Sir David Rodigan, ‘One World Many Cultures’ is already regarded as one of the most thorough, diverse and most importantly soulful Bass music projects of the year.

Now here comes the remixes with Calibre, Rowpieces, Aries, L-Side, Unreal, DJ Chap, Serum, Von D, Cotti and Killer Kuttz.

Get your copy herehttps://vrecordings.databeats.com/download/plv041dd



Bio from V recordings website – http://www.vrecordings.com/artist/david-boomah

Photo courtesy of www.freestyleam.com


Will Taylor Profile – BMX Team

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Will Taylor from Norwich, UK. Will is 17 years old and has been on the team since 2013. He helped us build our indoor BMX/skate park in Norwich giving us input on ramp design and layout while testing the flow. He has also been doing demos up and down the country for Cool flo BMX demos with riders like Tom Justice and Martin Cooper, Will competed at NASS last year and was one of the youngest riders there aboard his custom made Limit BMX Frame, custom built in Norwich, UK. check them out http://www.limitcycles.com/

Will is also sponsored by Hitch http://www.hitchuk.com/ helping him get to parks and comps across the country.

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Joe Roofe Profile – BMX Team

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Joe Roofe from Kings Lynn UK, joined the Charge BMX team in 2013. Joe is 19 and has competed at Xfest, NASS and Boardmasters. He is also sponsored by Impurity bikes, Australia. They supply him with custom frames to his own specification. Check them out here – http://www.impuritybike.com/


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Barney Pauley Profile – BMX Team

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Barney Pauley from London UK, joined the team in 2012. Barney is only 17 and has competed at Xfest, ridden at NASS and won local comps at a very young age. He is planning on entering FISE, Nass and Simple sessions this year… bp flair photo


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Charge clothing spring/summer 2014 streetwear range coming soon.. Designed and printed in the UK, using organic garments including salvage materials to keep giving that ethical touch to our streetwear brand.


Charge Unit Bmx/Skate Park


Charge Unit – Charge clothing Opens an Indoor BMX/Skate Park in Norwich.


Enquiries Tel – 01603 404698







New Charge Unit Bmx/Skate Park is almost finished


4 months hard graft and we are almost there. featuring one of the biggest if not the biggest indoor jump boxes in the UK, dubbed the “rhino Box” it has a 6ft take off to almost 8ft high humped landing, the humped landing makes it safer to try big tricks. The rhino Box is has had it’s fair share of use already in perfecting the beast, back flips, cliff hangers and double tail whips have been the favourites.

The main run starts off with a 11ft roll in, hitting a 5ft to 6ft mini Rhino box, then straight after that is the big 8ft Rhino box, then there is a 16ft Vert Wall. After riding the wall  you can choose your line over a smaller 5ft jump box to spine back to 8ft quarter or hit the hip to the 5ft midi ramp and street section .

The street side has a long two level hubbas, going down two levels.  The other side has a 5.5ft flatbank and in between there is a double level ledge and movable pieces like manual pad, small rail, and kickers.  Plus small jump box and spine for beginners that can be moved.

There will also be a foam pit built at the back soon, at the front there will be a mezzanine floor for viewing and relaxing with a cafe, video games, pool table and other entertainment. There will also be a shop for spares and accessories.

We hope to open on the 1st May and soon after hold demos and competitions inviting the Pros to ride the park putting on show for the locals.




Powerband Racing Team Video

Powerband Racing Team

Top Youth Moto X Race Team, Powerband Racing video by Toofast media


Team Profile – Brett Wheeler


Hi my name’s Brett wheeler I’m 26 years young and I’m from Bournemouth in Dorset. My whole life I have had 2 wheels between my legs, at 2 i was riding push bikes with no stabilisers and at 4 years old my dad bought me a Yamaha PW50.
For the next 20 years my life was Moto X doing all the major youth nationals then progressing to the adults where my racing improved winning 8 local championships, 1 south west champs and having a 7th in 2007 125 British champs and a 6th in 2008.
I then took up mountain bike dirt jumping in 2011 and progressed quickly picking up some good sponsors and in 2012 I was competing in major UK competitions. Unfortunately at round 1 I badly broke my leg and had to give up the dirt jumping. In October 2012 I was introduced to downhill mountain biking and really enjoyed it, it gave me the feelings I used to get when I raced motocross. There’s such a rush racing through trees fast and riding through rock gardens at high speed. At the end of 2012 I entered some races in the seniors with each race progressing with better positions.

October 2012 – Southern champs – 18th place
November 2012 – UK bike park series rd1 – 3rd place

My 2013 season has been going a lot better having raced 3 more races in the seniors,

Woodlands winter series rd 1 – 4th place with 40 riders in my class
Forest of dean – 8th place with 90 riders in my class
Woodlands winter series rd2 – 6th place with 36 riders in my class
Forest of dean rd 2 – 8th place with 90 riders in my class

I am really enjoying racing downhill and after 5 months of riding I’m happy with my progress and can hopefully keep on progressing to the front and will also be riding the first British national at Combe Syd in Devon in April.

I would like to thank some guys that have come aboard and will be supporting me in 2013
Alex and James at muc off , Andy at charge clothing, Paul shires for sorting me out with herbalife and Gary chambers at dogcam these guys have been a great help so far.

Hopefully see you guys at the races

Brett wheeler


Charge Clothing Premier Jam 2012

Barney Pauley and Paulo Carvalho at Premier Jam 2012.

Here the video of Barney Pauley and Paulo Carvalho representing Charge Clothing and throwing it down at the PremierBMX Jam in Skaterham Skatepark.

Barney came 2nd in U18’s and Paulo Just missed out on a podium in the Over 18’s

Filmed and edited by Amari Joel Brown – Amari BMX