Despite the fact Kingstonian Colah Colah (born Stephan Bygrave) already released three albums, the young singjay remains relatively unknown in Europe. Dutch Basco Sound urgently wanted to change this and supported Colah in the production and promotion of 'Networks'. Colah has been blessed with a great natural talent but the quality of the recordings clearly shows a lack in funding. The album is driven by a number well-known slightly digital sounding riddims - Please Be True ('Survival'), Real Rock ('Dem Nah Real' featuring Turbulence and Kananga), Rockfort Rock ('Can't Stop This One') and Mad Mad (the brilliant 'Put Yuh Trust In The Most High' featuring Fantan Mojah) - but the addition of David Mast's jazzy trumpet adds some extra color and that simplicity works somehow. Promising new talent.