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It’s interesting to see the range in what is today called dancehall music. From “riddims” like this, which is no more then an acoustic guitar, to chaotic rave tunes like Siren.
If you have noticed what is missing today is lovers, what issometime referred to as “grown folks music”. A lot of the smoother reggae was leaning toward that, but these days the smother reggae is leaning towards classic roots. Well, I prefer that, was never a fan of that love dovey stuff, especially not the super sugary UK flavour. I bet it’s still around, but it definitely out of the dancehall, and I hope it’s for good.
Villa - Leader
Mad Cobra - Live Your Life
Jammy Guns - Love
Bascom X - Danger
Sean Don - Corruption
Anthoy Cruz - Can't Stop You
Demo Page John 3 - Brighter
Ricky Ticky - On And On
Turbulance - Burn Them Up
Fantan Mojah - What Is This
Lukie D - Make A Chance
Nitty - Ghetto
Comments (latest first): Comment: This is possible one of the hottest riddims I've ever heard. Period !!!
Comment by: email@example.com Date: 2009-02-08 Comment: dis one nice cool out riddim
Comment by: .mzz.versace. Date: 2007-04-13 Comment: h
Comment by: h Date: 2006-07-04 Comment: BOOOOOMM turbulence is great yes more artists would be a pleasure
Comment by: well-nan Date: 2006-06-05 Comment: hot culture riddim right there,it didnt spin so much on the radio but it was still hot to me.I am really feeling that Fanton mojah [what is this],Ricky ticky [on and on],Bascom x [danger] and mad cobra [live your life].every artist did good on the riddim.I also agree,the riddim should hade more artist on it.
Comment by: the m@ster Date: 2006-05-29 Comment: i agree with the more artists on this riddim.
Comment by: stacie ov cardiff Date: 2006-05-18 Comment: I would have liked to hear more artists on this riddim. I agree it follwed the style, but it's one of the more pleasing to my ear.
Comment by: mac joynt Date: 2006-02-11
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