Little more than a year after the release of his 'Good Day' EP, Brummie producer Sticky Joe returns with 'Kingston Connection', another EP. Horseman, Cheshire Cat (who, together with Earl Sixteen and Solo Banton, can be heard in the great opener 'Don't Stop The Music') and Macka B once again signed present, and especially the latter manages to charm once more with his 'Lyrical Chef', a song perfectly fitting in with the Wha Me Eat Wednesday-movies the singer weekly posts on his Facebook page. In addition Sticky Joe this time also managed to entice veterans like Horace Andy, Johnny Clarke and Robert Dallas and from that trio it was mostly Dallas who could convince with 'World Corruption', a song over a revamp of Jackie Mittoo's In Cold Blood riddim. All aboard the Kingston Express!