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If you are going to roundup this year there is now way you can get around the gay activists blazing fire pon the dancehall!

Anyway, followers of this site know that I’ve been questioning how wise all this batty bwoy bashing has been, but my own conclusion has been that, unfortunately, it has probably made artists more popular and positively effected their sales. I still believe that is might very well be true, but what happened over the last year was that this whole thing turned in a completely different direction.

Gay activists suddenly decided to see if they could do something about this. These people are not stupid, and easily figured out where the week spot were - the local promoters around the world. Outside JA and perhaps also NYC, local promoters setting up reggae shows also do a lot of other music and events. And the owners of the clubs hosting reggae events do too. The last thing they wanted to be associated with is people expressing thoughts not accepted in society as a whole and just about all of their customers. Particularly as these people represent a fraction of their business. So why attack the artists when the Gay community so easily could undermine the whole infrastructure that makes dancehall available to the consumers? I didn’t see this coming, and I’m sure Buju, Bounty and Capleton didn’t either.

So all these tuff dancehall stars rolled over on their backs in the most humiliating mannor asking the gay world to forgive them. And the gay world just laghued in thier face. Of course. Well, one way or another they had it coming...

I'm sure this is sending messages. My guess is that we will not hear much on gays from the upcoming JA stars in the future, not on records at anyway. As a matter of fact, look at the last 6 months of releases and you’ll se very few Batty bwoy tunes.

Anyway, the sad thing is in this whole business is that dancehall took another blow.... Once again :(.

One of the artists that tried to make some form of excuse (while at the same time trying not to make it sound like an exccuse...the whole thing sounded really cryptical actually) was Caplton, here featured on the Copa with Who You Call A Nigga. Popular tune on a decently popular riddim. No one riddim on this though as far as I know.


:-) Selecta

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Comments (latest first):

Comment:
V.I.P aint for everyone...big up notch




Comment by: Mila A Date: 2008-12-20


Comment:
Riddim Driven Kopa CD:

1. Straight Up - Sean Paul
2. V.I.P. (Get Back) - Notch
3. Kill The Dance - Kardinal Offishall
4. Hot!! - Tami Chynn
5. Father Elephant - Elephant Man
6. How Much Gyal Yuh Wah So - Macka Diamond
7. Wuk Gyal (Pharmacy) - Busy Signal
8. Hot Like Fire - Sizzla
9. Turnin Me On (Black Chiney Remix) - Nina Sky feat. Cham
10. If You Wanna Ride - Nicky B
11. Love How You - Delly Ranks
12. Who Yuh Callin Nigga - Capleton
13. Four Seasons - Vybz Kartel
14. Ele Melody - Elephant Man
15. Version - Supa Dups (Instrumental)
16. Shake That Booty - Krumpa Remix - David Banner & Elephant Man




Comment by: therealnick Date: 2007-08-12


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wah yuh call mi bwoy a nigga.sound it selectah.capleton a big in dis riddim




Comment by: Date: 2007-06-30


Comment:
Big Chune!!!




Comment by: Date: 2006-12-24


Comment:
VIP and Who U Callin Nigga r hooooot




Comment by: Scoobay Doo Date: 2006-08-28


Comment:
BLAZE IT UP MY BREDDA & BIG UP




Comment by: Dj Menace Date: 2006-08-16


Comment:
how come u dont have the [WINE YU WAIST RIDDIM] that riddim is sick




Comment by: the m@ster Date: 2006-05-16


Comment:
kopa kopa ye men.that riddim was the hottest riddim in the clubs in 2004.This riddim was like the DIWALI riddim of 2002, you heard that riddim in every party every club everywhere you went that riddim was spinning.that riddim was one of the reason why i started listennig really really hard to reggae again.NINA SKY CAPLETON AND SEAN PAUL did their things, but ele took it to another level




Comment by: the m@ster Date: 2006-04-30


Comment:
The Kopa Riddim was the freshest new riddim!!! I think this riddim has pretty much the same riddim as the "Coolie Dance Riddim"




Comment by: Jayson Date: 2006-04-07


Comment:
DIs riddim souns much better on Dj Tony Tempo's (Trinidad) Soca Remix




Comment by: Date: 2006-04-03




This version database contains Pupa Vlados Original Reggae Riddims Dot Com (+34 000 songs) and Robert Camphouse's Camphouse Riddim Index (+4000) songs:

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ArtistChuneRiddimOriginalYearProducerLabel
Bounty KillerFree Up The AtmosphereKopa2005Black Chiney
Busy SignalWuk GyalKopa2005Black Chiney
Chin, TamiHotKopaBlack chineyBlank
Delly RanksLove How Yuh / Macka Diamond - How Much GyalKopa2005Black Chiney
Elephant ManEle Melody / Busy Signal - Wuk GyalKopa2005Black Chiney
Kevin LyttleAfter PartyKopa2005Black Chiney
Macka DiamondHow Much GyalKopa2005Black Chiney
Sky, NinaTurnin'me onKopa2004Black ChineyBlank
TimberleeBoom Wine / Kevin Lyttle - After PartyKopa2005Black Chiney
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