Here I Come (album)

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Here I Come
Here I Come (album).jpg
Studio album by Barrington Levy
Released 1985
Recorded 1984 Channel One Studios, Kingston, Jamaica
Genre Dancehall
Label Greensleeves
Producer Paul "Jah Screw" Love

Here I Come is a reggae album by Barrington Levy. The music was recorded at Channel One Studios in Kingston, Jamaica. It was released in 1985 on LP on Time I Records,[1] and once again in 1988 on CD.

The album was well-received, with Jack Barron of Sounds giving it a three and three-quarter star rating, calling it "a deviously diverting record".[1]

The track "Here I Come," from this album, is featured in Saints Row 2 and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas.

The track "Here I Come" was also sampled on "Harlem World" from the album Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version by Ol' Dirty Bastard produced by Big Dore.

The Track "Here I Come" was also sampled by Shyne in "Bad Boyz"

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Here I Come"
  2. "Do the Dance"
  3. "Under Mi Sensi"
  4. "Vibes Is Right"
  5. "Real Thing"
  6. "Cool and Loving"
  7. "Struggler"
  8. "Live Good"
  9. "Moonlight Lover"
  10. "A Ya We Deh"
  11. "Give Me Your Love"
  12. "Don't Run Away"



  1. ^ a b Barron, Jack (1986) "Barrington Levy - Here I Come", Sounds, 11 January 1986, p. 17