Almost always held down by a huge bassline, DJ Frass’ productions are pretty distinctive, from Big Dog to Hotta Clapz riddims to Assassin’s chart-topping ‘Talk How Mi Feel’. Though seemingly not recognized much as a star producer, he’s been consistently releasing quality riddims over the last few years. His newest riddim is . . . → Read More: Pop Style Riddim
Here are some big tracks to ease those post-carnival blues from your pals at Shimmy Shimmy.
If you’re hungry for hot new riddims this week, you can’t go wrong with the Food Time Riddim from Bread Back Productions. There are some huge cuts from man like Capleton, Lutan Fyah and Sizzla but it is . . . → Read More: Something For The Weekend
This month has been big for the soca and uptempo tracks, not to mention some huge remixes and takes on old classics.
1. Urban Knights feat. Blackout JA – Step On Dem
Big garage-tinged offering from Urban Knights with vocals from Blackout JA, who needs Buju?
2. Busta Rhymes & Vybz Kartel . . . → Read More: May Chart
This month has almost been so packed with new music it was hard to compress it to just 10 songs. Here are *some* of the latest and greatest:
1) Ninjaman & Kiprich – The Gorgon Is Back
Don number one: the Gorgon is finally out of jail and apparently recording dubs like a madman. . . . → Read More: April Chart
This one is brand new from the Big Ship camp, courtesy of SS favourite, Stephen ‘Di Genius’ McGregor. They’re not giving much away here, but with I-Octane, Sasco, Aidonia and Mavado on the voicings, you know when it drops it’ll be good. Aidonia is going in with some Supercat-esque rhymes in the verse, and . . . → Read More: Tenement Yard Riddim