Jus Eazy Productions presents “Frequency Riddim.” The star studded dancehall riddim features billboard charting star Busy Signal with “Shadow After Dark,” Chris Martin “Good Good,” Javada & Voicemail “Hooked On You,” Suku Ward & Jordanne Patrice “Scream,” Double X “Nah Tek No Chat,” D Major “Skallawah,” Point Zero “Never Run Weh,” Red Fox “Super Man,” Jesty “Bring It Come,” R&R “One Girl Army,” Dynasty “Pokemon,” Ajrenalin “Puff Up the Smoke,” and Craigy T “Star Treck.”
FREQUENCY RIDDIM is out on iTunes and all major online digital stores.
The recently released Heavyweight Riddim, produced by Reble World Records and Back 2Da Future Music, is now available for digital download from various music platforms. The dancehall compilation which features Peppery, Delly Ranx, Wayne Wonder, Baby Boom, Mykal Rose, Capital D, Froggy MaddSquad, Menny More and 90’s Fella, has been getting good rotation and support from selectors and bloggers alike.
Though the riddim was initially shared in early July, it only became available on several digital download sites recently. Persons may listen to the title track, Heavyweight, by Peppery HERE.
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Lock City Music Group’s latest contribution to Dancehall is the Autoban Riddim. Upon seeing the artwork for this compilation one would automatically assume that it is the deplorable type of riddim encouraging women to do all manner of things for money, but we are pleased to announce that the Autoban Riddim is definitely not that.
Make no mistake about it the male artists on this project are indeed “bigging” up women but they are not doing it in a derogatory manner. Listening to this compilation one may be taken back to Dancehall rhythms of the 90s that put you in a party mood. Autoban Riddim features some of Dancehall’s biggest names; Beenie Man, Konshens and Bounty Killer. The rhythm also has D’Angel, Iyara, Bling Dawg, Lukie D, K Queens, Mr. Melody, New Kidz and Stamma Tella.
Listen to a medley mix of Autoban Riddim here:
Biggy of the duo Razz and Biggy have released what can be considered a refreshing dancehall project in WOW RIDDIM. The compilation features some very talented established and emerging artists; Agent Sasco, Propa fade, Natel, Ninja Kid, Ranco, Tanto Metro & Devonte, Pamputtae and Kalado.
Unlike some of the recent dancehall releases, WOW RIDDIM does not have any disgraceful derogatory content that have unfortunately sunk dancehall music to what many say is its lowest level. Hats off to Biggy for bringing back feel good dancehall music. Anyone who does not enjoy this project is sadly damaged by the “new dancehall” or dance-fall. Itunes link to purchase all songs: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wow-riddim/id955909969
Have a listen and enjoy…