Saturday, December 17, 2011

Dreadsquad's Sleng Teng Gone Outernational!

Poland's Dreadsquad an' Superfly Studio have been churnin' out di digikal scorchers dis year, in the footsteps of their Answer riddim recut as the Question riddim- here is their Sleng Teng dubbed di Sleng Teng International riddim. Crucial computah style, top vocalist all di while! The hottest 3 versions follow, 'longside a JStar original Casio beat remix of Natalie Storm's version, offa di new Dreadsquad & Natalie Strom Remix EP. Dreadsquad's digikal sound a truly outernationally bound!

King Kong & Deadly Hunta - Paro Dem Paro (Dreadsquad 2011)

Rub A Dub Market - Digital Dancing Mood (Dreadsquad 2011)

Natalie Storm - Beat That Chest (Dreadsquad 2011)

Natalie Storm - Beat That Chest (JStar Remix)

Mr Patze's Di Dutch Bwoy Mixtape

Mr. Patze outta Arnhem, NL makes his latest boom chunes available for free on his Di Dutch Bwoy Mixtape. Wicked productions from all over Europe an' beyond, a well fresh sound Mr Patze a bring- bridgin di gap from yard to foreign, hot collaborations truly carry di swing - yuh future a well promising! Download Di Dutch Bwoy Mixtape here an nah forget to share!

Mr Patze - Bad Bwoy Business (Gun Down Riddim Dredda Records)

Mr Patze - Can't Get Me Down (R. D. Musiq)

Mr Patze & Joggo - Be Done (Youthman Production)

Mr Patze - Nuff Time (Question Riddim Dreadsquad)

JStar Drops Anotha Vinyl Banger!

Last year's One Life Riddim, featuring a refix of Roots Manuva's Witness by JStar gets a vinyl release an' to top it off Sly & Robbie's Unmetered Taxi riddim gets reworked with Jeru's vocals as a B side. JStar, yuh mashups a toppa tops, keep up di vinyl drops- boom!

Roots Manuva - One Life One Hope (One Life Riddim JStar Refix)

Jeru The Damaja - Taxi Damaja (Unmetered Taxi Riddim Refix JStar)

Computer Paul A Juggle A Likkle Sha La Laa!

Bootcamp Records inna combination with Paul Henton AKA Computer Paul drop this scorchin version of Coxsone Dodd's You Should Have Known riddim, inna fresh 2011 stylee. Teflon an Stevie Face team up for a BIG anthem, Warrior King sounds bettah den eva, Toronto's Exco Levy shows great promise an other versions might just be on di way - as this is a part one release. Check CiviliNation's riddim mix below, let di good vibes dem flow!

CiviliNation - Sha La Laa Riddim Mix (Computer Paul)

Daddy Rings - We Build
Mikey Spice - Jah Guide Di City
Steele - One More Chance
Brown Sugar - Good Wife
Warrior King - Watching You
Stevie Face Feat. Teflon - Sha La Laa
Exco Levi - Life Is Great
Make Boyz Cry (MBC) - In The Arms Of The Angels
Richie Stephens - Butterlies
Jack Radics - Time And Attention
Sha La Laa Jugglin Mix - Computer Paul

Monday, October 31, 2011

Chase Vampire Riddim A Get A Wicked Relick!

Wicked revamp of the riddim used by Sancho for Chase Vampire. Cisko relicks dis oneya for Belleville International outta France, pairing his fresh take with top vocalists, the likes of Lone Ranger, Chronicle, Joseph Cotton, Jigsy King an' fellow Frenchmen Guive and Azrock. Check di megamix video courtesy of Patate Records, dem a handle di record sales too - 7" a sell off fi true!

Belleville Intl's Chase Vampire Riddim Tracklist:
Lone Ranger - Johnny Pram Pram
Chronicle - Murder A Soundboy
Joseph Cotton - Gold Spoon Society
Azrock - Demago Dem
Jigsy King - Blaze Marijuana
Guive - Protect Me
Cisko - Chase Vampire Dub
Cisko - Nosferatu Dub

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Protoje & Da Professor's Digikal Skank...

A likkle taste of Da Professor's new album, due to drop soon. Nice combination 'longside Protoje with Don Corleon on di mix, droppin' a chunky 80s digikal riddim. Skankin' & Rockin'- reggea music dem droppin', it a mash up down a yard an' it a mash up a foreign- Boom!

Junie Ranks Brings Back Di Love!

Nuff great info inna diss hearticle from Cecelia Campbell-Livingston writing for the Jamaica Observer-

Junie Ranks who reigned in the 80s with songs such as Cry Fi Mi Boops is today singing a different tune. Known for risqué songs, the female deejay who is now based in the United States is all about bringing back the love in dancehall.

Released on her own J-Ranks label, Bring Back De Love is said to be receiving a lot of buzz on the international scene.

In an interview with Splash, Junie Ranks says the track is about the days when dancehall was full of love -- when it was all about the love of the music and not the bling every time new artistes buss," adding that "nowadays it's all about guns and war with each other."

Junie came up with the hook for the song about three years ago but just could not seem to come up with the right lyrics for the song. That is, until she heard a song by fellow artiste Ed Robinson entitled Heroes - a song about icons in the business.

"As I heard his song, the words just hit me. I took up my pen and book and said what's on my mind. I did not call anyone's name but if the cap fit just wear it -- mi throw mi corn mi never call no foul," Junie said about her latest single.

"It hurts my heart to see how the sweet reggae music has turned into violence music, so Bring Back De Love is about calling back the foundation artiste to build peace and love inna the dancehall," she continued.

Junie says she has a lot of respect for young artistes, but is saddened by the fact that they seems to have no real love for each other. "They are too thin-skinned. Music is love not war," she pointed out.

On the subject of clashing, Junie Ranks was swift in her reply. "I would not clash with Lisa Hyper or Spice, or any other female artiste that's under my age group. They could be my daughters. You have to give respect to get respect. What happened to lyrical war? Not bad word cussing on stage, but a friendly clash like Four the Hard Way -- back then with me, Lady G, Sister Charmaine and Lady Junie. Look at Ninja Man and Shabba Ranks -- Ninja Man and Shabba used lyrics against each other but I never see one raise a hand at the other, and when the clash was over we all are friends again," she mused suggesting the direction clashes need to go again.

If this New York-based artiste has her way then it will be all about love in the dancehall again and not war.

Looking ahead Junie is hoping to hit the local stage one day soon as she needs to "put my name back out there".

"Although I am no stranger to dancehall, I am a stranger to the younger generation. A lot of them never heard about me. They might have heard my songs but don't know who sing them, so I have to let my voice be heard again," she told Splash.

June Evans aka Junie Ranks was born in Kingston, but grew up in Old Harbour, St Catherine. At a young age she fell in love with deejaying listening to artistes such as Lady Ann, Sister Nancy, Sista Verna and Mama Liza among others.

Junie Ranks soon started to make a name for herself deejaying on the local sounds ET Sound System and on Technique Disco where she initially got her first big break.

Junie Ranks got the break she was seeking when she was introduced to producer Winston Riley, who was so impressed with her talent when she auditioned for him that he took her to the studio the same evening.

Over the years Junie Ranks has recorded singles such as Big and Ready, Dibby Dibby Man, Naw Stop Ge Bun, Sweetest Girl a combination with Wayne Wonder, Lick Out 'Gainst De Man Dem and Sea of Love featuring John Mouse which went to number one in Canada in 1990, and gave her the Female DJ of the Year title in that country.

Currently affiliated with DASK Entertainment, Junie is busy working on some new material for her upcoming album scheduled to be released sometime this year.

The video for Bring Back De Love was released at the B-Hive Lounge in Brooklyn and has appearances from a lot of foundation artistes such as Wayne Smith, Tony Tuff, Michael Palmer, Sammy Dread, Lady Ann, Ed Robinson, Al Campbell, Courtney Melody, Ansel Meditation, Johnny Osbourne, Mikey Jarrett and more.

Certain Law Vegas & Toddler A Deal Wid!

Q45 & MV Music team up for this remix of Mr. Vegas' Certain Law pon di Barbwire Riddim. Harry Toddler AKA Blond Ras is featured 'longside Mr. Vegas, soundin' like one a dem wicked 90s dancehall chune, but brand new fi true!

Max Tannone's Mix A Echo!

Max Tannone's Echo is a crucial foundation style mix for UK's Oki-Ni Mix Series, here is a description in his own words from the Oki-Ni website:

'I got really into dub reggae after my Mos Dub project. The historical and cultural factors that engendered this sound are recounted in Lloyd Bradley's outstanding book 'Bass Culture'. I watched films like 'Roots, Rock, Reggae, Babylon', and 'Dub Echoes' and dug through YouTube for clips of Jamaican and British sound systems.

What was it really like at Lee Perry's mysterious Black Ark recording studio? Or to be under the stars dancing to roots tunes driven through King Tubby's Hometown Hi-Fi? Although this brief snapshot of history has come and gone, the musical foundations laid by its founders are everlasting. Dub is the architect of the modern remix, and its ties to contemporary hip-hop and electronic music are innate.

This mix, Echo, is a selection of my favourite dub and roots tunes. It also includes some deejay toasting (a vital element of early Jamaican sound systems) and the beginnings of "digital dub", which saw the influence of digital recording equipment and instrumentation. Echo is an amalgamation of what I love about dub: Heavy bass and drums, haunting yet beautiful melodies, humor, and an underlying sense of hope and determination. Find a sunny spot, put some ice in your glass, and enjoy the echoes of this rich musical history that are still reverberating today.'

- Big respect Max, gwaan let di music play!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Necessary Dancehall Style All Di While!

Dancehall Style Riddim, Da Grynch AKA Curtis Lynch's freshest production for Necessary Mayhem a well rammed wid promisin' vocalists an' wicked sounds. Check di liner notes an' riddim mix below, choice production fo sho... As Mr Williamz a say - Necessary Mayhem nuh follow trend, dem a set di standard!
Sizzling new riddim from Curtis Lynch Dancehall Style Riddim: Showcases some of the finest UK artist from genres including Reggae, Dancehall, Grime & Hip Hop. First up is the title of the riddim from Tippa Irie with "Dancehall Style" where the Saxon DJ lists as many reggae artists from all over the world in a old school dancehall style. Red Fox & Chico duet with a take on the Heptones "Baby Be True" hit record from the 60's while new Necessary Mayhem artist "Stush" tells us of her phone constantly ringing from guys in the industry (Very funny tune). Original Necessary Mayhem artist "Dready" is back with his usual energy and swagga with "Fly Ish", while current UK star Mr Williamz "Sets The Standard". Big Fris from big grime group Boy Better Know loves reggae and loved this beat and his MC style is show to wow both the reggae and grime crowds. Leah Rosier from Holland is the suprise package on this serial. "I heard her tunes on youtube and thought she would be Irie for this riddim" described Curtis. "There is something very special about this artist and this tune..."

Dancehall Style 10 Piece LP OUT NOW on Vinyl @ & on ITunes September 13th

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Tippa & Di Colonel Once Again!

Third release from Japanese record label El Ricallan, continuin' in their digikal 80s style & pattern, revisiting di Boops / 54-46 Riddim. UK's Saxon International veteran vocalists Tippa Irie an' Daddy Colonel are back again, gwaan tell yuh friend!

Tippa Irie & Daddy Colonel - Tippa & The Colonel Once Again

Monday, August 29, 2011

Wrongtom's 90s Dancehall Mix A Real Brainer!

UK DJ / producer Wrongtom collabs with Brainer Magazine for this well fresh 90s dancehall mix - Brainer Mix Vol.2 Nineties Trample fee true an a free download too!

Wrongtom - Nineties Trample (Brainer Magazine 2011)
Beenie Man & Angel Doolas - Skettel Tune
Daddy Freddy - Baba Loo Baba La Baba Loo Baba La
Buju Banton - Talking
Elephant Man - Many Many
Super Cat - Don Dada
Tippa Irie - Leaf Branch & Stem
Capleton - Number 1 Pon The Look Good Chart
Chicken Hawk - Hawk De Pon De Mike
Daddy Freddy - Rather To Die
Little Lenny - Gun In A Baggie
General Levy - The Wig
Red Dragon - Cock Up High
Country Speng - Shot Too Dear
Determine - Give The Poor The Blame
Top Cat - Tell Me What U Want
General Levy - Original Length & Strength
Capleton - Stay Far From Trouble
Mr Vegas - Western End
Crissy D - Hot Gal
Little Kirk & Alley Cat - Nineties Trample
Beenie Man - Damsel Ship

Singin Gold's Riddim Tuffa Still!

Outta Edinburgh, Scotland a slew of sick 80s digikal inspired productions have been dispensed by Riddim Tuffa Sound. Now on to their 9th ifficial release on their Tuffa Dubs record label, they seem to be gathering steam working with the likes of Robert Lee, Little Kirk, Lt. Stitchie, El Fata, Blackout JA, an' others still. Singin Gold & Symbiz's Marchin On gets reworked in fine digi-fashion, wicked production - well worth di mention... Riddim Tuffa kno how fi ride computah!

Singin Gold & Symbiz - Marchin On (Riddim Tuffa Sound 2011)

Riddim Tuffa Sound - 80s Digital Dancehall Mixtape

Don Corleon Dubs In HD!

Whaa?! A serious dubbin' dis... Don Corleon presents Dub In HD, a full length compilation revisiting many of his biggest riddims: Major, Drop Leaf, Seasons, as well as versionin' some recent singles such as Protoje's Dread an featured below is a top ranking version of Pressure's Ghetto Life with Tenor Saw? vocals prominent inna di mix- BIG!!

Don Corleon - Ghetto Life Dub (Baltimore Riddim)

Nuff Time Mr. Patze A Question Riddim...

Mr. Patze a bring back di Question Riddim AKA Answer Riddim by Upliftment Int'l & Dreadsquad. Wicked version, nuff time mi a play dissya oneya- Gwaan Mr. Patze!

Mr. Patze - Nuff Time (Question Riddim)

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Selector Dominique's Digikally Murderous Mix!

WestSide Massive's Selector Dominique cranks up di heat inna throwback digikal style an' fashion. Pure niceness a gwaan, inna top a top live vinyl mix session!

WestSide Massive Presents Selector Dominique's Digikal Murdah Mix
P.O. - Intro Dubplate
Midnight Riders - Wanted
Earl Anthony - Sensi Man Rock
Tony Roach - Entertainer
Anthony Selassie - Busy Body
Banana Man - Musical Murder
Kandy Man, Pluggy Terrible, Mikey Melody, Comanchie, John Mouse & General Leon - Ina Disa Sound Clash Dubplate
Pad Anthony - Murder
Robert Lee - Come Down
Junior Delgado - Run Come
Dennis Brown - The Exit
King Kong - Can't Ride Computer
Tenor Saw - Lots Of Signs
Chuck Turner - We Rule The Dancehall
Wayne Smith - E20
Micky General - Kuff'n Dem
Wayne Smith - In Thing
Little Kirk - Don't Touch The Crack
Supercat - Too Greedy
Philip Myers - Ghetto Struggle
Selah Collins - Pick A Sound
Selah Collins - Try Try
Errol Bellot - What A Wonderful Feeling
Kenny Knotts - Watch How The People Dancing
Kenny Knotts - Run Come Call Me
Wayne Marshall - Gunshot
Little Kirk - Killer Sound
Dixie Peach - Pure Worries
Conroy Smith - Original Sound
Banana Man - Take A Lick

Jah Army A Tuffest Ghetto Youth Riddim!

Ghetto Youths International AKA Damian, Julian & Stephen Marley a come well heavy pon dis one, revisiting Stephen & Damian Marley's Jah Army's riddim wid di hottest vocalists dem - Jah Cure, Buju Banton, Tarrus Riley, Spragga Benz, Ward 21, Pressure, Chris Ellis an' more still... Stephen Marley production' with Spragga mixin'- ruff a tuff soun', Ghetto Youths a lock it down!

Dj RobRyder - Jah Army Riddim Megamix (Ghetto Youths Int.)
Jah Cure - Look Both Ways
Tarrus Riley - Eye Water
Ward 21 - Take A Wif
Pressure - It Haffi Go Suh
Dead Prez - Dead Man's Shoes
Chris Ellis & Gappy Ranks - Knockin' At My door
Spagga Benz - La La Lah
Stephen Marley & Damian Marley - Jah Army

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Dj Frass Got Hotta Clapz Still!

Dj Frass drops a scorchin' dancehall riddim - Hotta Clapz a bring on di summer heat... Assassin, Tifa, Jah Vision 'longside Flexxx, G Starr an' Kiprich blaze di fyah pon dis one. Dem clapz a well hot, Dj Frass yuh productions' a top shot!

Assassin - Cruise An Go Round Dem (Hotta Clapz Riddim)

Tifa - Informa (Hotta Clapz Riddim)

Kiprich - Dem A Change Up (Hotta Clapz Riddim)

Flexxx & Jah Vision - No Joke Ting (Hotta Clapz Riddim)

G Starr - Dweet Again (Hotta Clapz Riddim)

Mr. Vegas' Informer...

Self produced banger on Lady Ann's Informer, Mr. Vegas is back with an ol' time soundin' ting, livicated to di one Buju Banton (currently serving a 10 year jail sentence).

Mr. Vegas - Informer (Livicated To Buju)

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Necessary Mayhem A Showcase Mr Williamz!

Necessary Mayhem a gwaan again!!! Curtis Lynch Jnr. brings out some new productions 'longside some reworked an maybe overlooked hits, showcasing JA/UK top a top artist Mr Williamz. Fresh drops include Last Night the EP's title track on which Mr Willz saddles Treasure Isle's Ali Baba Riddim (courtesy of Chris Peckings) in fine fashion, followed by Shell Down featuring Clinton "Specialist" Moss on a wicked soundin' Entertainment Riddim - real soundkilla!!! - and Money Fi Spend on the Real Rock Riddim is an alternate version of the Money Friend dropped late last year. Ganja Smokin on the Shank I Shek Riddim was also released a likkle while back, but well worth revisiting. To top off this 5 track EP, Curtis fiyahs a scorchin' dubplate version of Williamz' Real General offa the reworked (Supercat) Come Down Riddim. Mr Williamz an' Curtis Lynch, don't forget 'bout releasin' dem 7"! Mr Williamz' Last Night EP - out already on iTunes an' elsewhere still on May 24th - is a vital selection an' a well tight production: sharp vocals an di ruffest bass- yah cyan stop from mash up di place!

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Manu Digital A Predominant Riddim Maker!

Hailing from Yvelines, France Manu Digital a tuffa tuff musician, producer and sound system selector has been droppin' some serious remix bombs. Manu's been releasing a high caliber remix every week offa him website (as free downloads) an' has also been doing riddim runs- of which this is the first. Aptly intitled Predominant this riddim a boss! Wicked production, beats an' pairin' a dem vocals- diss-a-one-ya no ordinary mash up, it a smash up! Check di Predominant Riddim ride below, gwaan link di Manu Digital website also... Hoping dem vinyls used in di video will get some release - mi a support it wid ease! ManuDigital a top dem all, yuh soun a mash up dancehall! Ils sont trop bons ces sons, quelles superbes productions!

ManuDigital - Predominant Riddim Mix
Capleton - Tour (ManuDigital RMX)
Beenie Man - Memories (ManuDigital RMX)
Super Cat - Vineyard Party (ManuDigital RMX)
Papa San - Predominant (ManuDigital RMX)

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Mossman's Rocksteady Mix A Well Crucial!

Outta Montreal an' following his works producing (musically) an' promoting outernationally the documentary Rocksteady: The Roots Of Reggae, selector, producer, collector Mossman drops this exclusive mix containing some ruggedly rare an' musically crucial selections. Nice dubplates an shout outs by Sister Nancy, Ken Boothe, Hopeton Lewis, Lynn Taitt an' U Roy - Mossman yuh soun' a foundation - solid mi seh, forward - no delay!

Mossman Sound Presents Rare & Crucial Rocksteady Vol. 1

Johnny Nash w. Lynn Taitt And The Jets - Reviens-Moi
Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Save A Bread
Prince Buster w. Lynn Taitt And The Jets - Human
John Holt & Leroy "Heptones" Sibbles - Let's Build Our Dreams
Tommy McCook - My Best Dress
The Paragons - My Best Girl
Max Romeo - You Cold
The Versatiles - You Just Can’t Win
Max Romeo & The Emotions - Heartbreaking Gypsy
The Uniques, Bobby Aitken & The Caribbeat - Gypsy Woman
The Soul Vendors - Ringo Rock
Winston Samuels - I Am The Greatest
Slim Smith - Rougher Yet
The Soul Vendors - Musical Happiness
The Heptones - Why Did You Leave
Dobby Dobson - Seems I`m Losing You
Joe White - My Guiding Star
Anthony Rocky Ellis - I Am The Ruler
Al Campbell & The Thrillers - Don`t Run Away
Jackie Mittoo - Evening Time
Basil Daley - So Nice Like Rice
Raphael Stewart - What A Hard Time
Romeo (Roman) Stewart - Walking Down The Street
Hopeton Lewis - Pressure A Sound (Mossman Dubplate)
U-Roy - Babylon Pressure (Mossman Dubplate)
Lynn Taitt - Gringo (Unreleased Instrumental Mossman Dubplate)

Return A Di Upsetter!

Crucial documentary on the life an' music of the one Lee "Scratch" Perry screening inna Montreal on the 14th of May, check website for later dates and eventual DVD release....

Massive B Tun Golden Hen Platinum!

Massive B nah stop, heavy sounds still dem a drop. The documentary above sheds some light on the Massive B Soundsystem an record label - big tings a gwaan, solid from di foundation! The latest release a di Golden Hen AKA Diseases riddim reloaded... Bobby Kondors fiyahs pure shots with top ranking vocalist, makin dem chunes hard to miss. Yuh soun bigga dan big - a Massive B nicin' up di dance an' party!

Selecta Firlefanz - Platinum Hen Riddim Mix (Massive B)
Burro Banton - Hot Blood
Garnett Silk - Run Sound Boy
Majah Hype - Bad Like We
King Kong & Khari Kill - Such Man Say

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Bam Bam Riddim A Come Back Again!

Mr. Vegas' own Clifford-Ray Music brings back di Bam Bam riddim, made popular by the likes of Chaka Demus & Pliers' Murder She Wrote an' Bam Bam, on Sly & Robbie's Taxi label back in 1992. Well dis time around ya get Mr. Vegas, Mr. Lexx an' Gyptian all giving great performances - wicked vibes dem a spread. Clifford-Ray a produce dancehall di right way - from foundation ya nah stray!

Mr Lexx - Cyan Stop Yuh (Bam Bam The Sequel Riddim)

Gyptian - Yea Yea (Bam Bam The Sequel Riddim)

Mr Vegas - Black & Proud (Bam Bam The Sequel Riddim)

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Island Breeze A Scorcha Still!

Froggy, Maddsquad an' Taranchyla AKA Madd Spider Productions unleash di Island Breeze Riddim, wid a slew of top notch vocalists pon di riddim. Wicked dancehall jam, wid new vocalists an' veteran - Madd Spider yuh sound a champion!

Madd One - Who A Di Don (Island Breeze Riddim)

Buju Banton - Pedal Pusher (Island Breeze Riddim)

Sizzla - Gun Man Ting (Island Breeze Riddim)

Dextar - Island Breeze Riddim Mix

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Star A Star Riddim!

TJ Records AKA Linton "TJ" White a hit hard wid dis freshie from Yard. Big artist a gather pon di Star A Star Riddim an give their best inna well charged dancehall production. TJ yuh Star A Star a di sickest riddim run, igniting di dancehalls - dem a go bun!

Beenie Man - Good Body Gyal (Star A Star Riddim)

Mr Lexx - Clean (Star A Star Riddim)

Lady Saw - Wife A Wife (Star A Star Riddim)

Flippa Mafia - Star A Star (Star A Star Riddim)

Assassin - Dem Fear We (Star A Star Riddim)

Genesis A Twice As Much!

Duhty beat an' dark lyrics pon dis oneya. Kingston JA's Kalico Productions drop Twice As Much, featuring Scott Robotham AKA Genesis. Kalico Prod. a up an' comin sound, aimin to bring new artists to da front- like to hear more a dem pon dis riddim... Genesis a twice as much, wicked vocal and sweet production touch. Tun up di bass, it a mash up di place!

Genesis - Twice As Much (Kalico Productions 2011)

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Konshens' Fashion Addiction...

Nice likkle white label release from Konshens offa di Addiction Records label. Di riddim has a latin bubble that suits the topic proppa, but Konshens playful lyrics a di true toppa...

Konshens - Fashion Addiction (Addiction Records 2011)

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Gorilla Riddim A Cause Nuff Mayhem!

Curtis Lynch Jnr a mash up dance again, with a wicked riddim based on King Kong's No Touch De Gorilla offa di She Get Up And Scank label outta Tuff Gong Studios. Lynch AKA Da Grynch spaces out di riddim and broadens di scope of sounds with his signature digikal glossin' an nuff hot vocalists him a toss in! Gorilla riddim is out on vinyl 7" an' digikal formats March 14th, check Reggae Sound Network an' record distributors worldwide fe ya own a copy... Dis gorilla a di killa, gwaan Curtis- dem cyan touch dis!

Necessary Mayhem's Gorilla Riddim Mix

Tarrus Riley - La La Warriors
Cali P - Herbalist
Mr Williamz - Viva Marijuana
Chukki Starr - Locked Down
Franz Job - What's It Gonna Be?
MasSicker, Blackout JA & Askala Selassie - Proud To Be Rasta
Ziggi, Tippa Irie & Omar Perry - Jah Alone