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Category Archives: Dancehall
Buju Banton – Can’t Count (Shaolin Temple Riddim) This doesn’t seem to be on the CD and is probably a few years old but I’ve been enjoying it lately. I also fuck with Kung Fu flicks pretty hard and while … Continue reading
DJ Posh E – Dada Supercat Bubbling Remix 2006ish It’s a shame the last 30 seconds don’t go on for about 10 minutes longer.
Vybz Kartel – Thank Yuh Jah 2010 Dude has been sick with the slow jams lately.
DJ Moortje – Nobody Get Hurt (from I’m Back 1997) This track is really interesting to someone like myself who never had a background in Drum and Bass, yet listens to plenty of music that was affected by it’s existence. … Continue reading
Vybz Kartel – Weed (Gutter Riddim 2009) I recently started paying more attention to the Riddims from the other islands in the Caribbean and this one out of Grenada is solid. Something about the down tuned xylophone with the muted … Continue reading
Cuss Fix Riddim (2009) Cuss Cuss was first preformed by Lloyd Robinson in 1969 and since has been one of the most versioned riddims in Jamaican history. The 80s Roots Radics version was actually the first early Dancehall song I … Continue reading
DJ Moortje – Money This is my shit right now. So is this. And this. Moortjewatch 2.5.
Lady Saw – Get Over (Rainforest Riddim 2009) I’ll be the first to admit it, there is a ton of very misogynistic music on this site. I don’t know if I’m just too desensitized or what, but the serious lack … Continue reading
Busy Signal – Whine Up Whine Up (Round of Applause Riddim) 2009 This riddim has an interesting drum palette and is perfect for Busy. Synths are replaced by little falsetto outbursts. On a Jamaican snap music tip. If you haven’t … Continue reading