Squash the 6ix Crew boss who was recently incarcerated, comes through with another smash hit, “Trending.” The deejay who was arrested and detained in a spot check in Spanish Town, during the state of emergency in parts of St Catherine, picks up the story after his release in this club banger produced by Onetime Music but originally released back in July.
After dominating 2018 with “Touch Down’ remix linking Nicki Minaj and Vybz Kartel, Stylo G is back with the first release banger for the year 2019, “Whoop Whoop” and the Jamaican star continues his reign on daring dancehall riddims and this ‘Whoop Whoop’ has Usain Bolt dancing to it and heck, he got it on a dubplate style.
Jamaican dancehall prodigy Popcaan shares a heartfelt love gratitude with ‘Bless.’ Seaview Garden home boy, Dexta Daps continues with his mission of spreading songs of sexy happiness and joy with a hat-trick of hits including the 21 and over ‘No Underwear,’ ‘Push Back’ featuring Christopher Martin produced by ZJ Chrome and introduced the Kingston Jamaica based Dunwell Productions’ latest riddim release, Supreme with the tune ‘Squeeze.’
The Supreme Riddim features this week include cuts from Dexta Daps, Shane O, Unruly’s Jafrass, Popcaan and Masicka on the power hour special.
Good Good Productions heats things up with their latest production, ‘Monument’ performed by Rygin King. The Montego Bay star takes on his critics on this song, namely Masicka and Alkaline although the song was not put out as a diss track but fans on social media have labeled it as a diss track. “War head inna your forehead spend shell / The autopopsy read a no sickle cell / The dunce dem lef’ a clip inna him mango head / A close casket ’cause me no see no dreads,” Rygin King deejays.
Produced by Romeich Entertainment, Ding Dong links up with Popeye Caution on ‘Good Ting Dem.’ Dancehall entertainer Ding Dong teams up with Bassick Records on his the single titled “Mayweather.” Last week, Silver Star Sound dropped the full riddim and this week we find cuts from Runkus, who floats like a butterfly with ‘Muhammed Ali’ and Munga stings like a bee with another gyallis anthem, ‘Survey.’
On the Reggae one drop pleasure flip for you and yours, Charly Black and Munga are going to keep succeeding with the tune, ‘Downfall’ on the Multi Talented produced Believer’s Riddim. Deep Jahi is after the bad-minds, questioning whether someone is a true friend or a ‘Mannequin’.
Chimney Records first riddim release for the year 2019 is the St. Andrew Riddim. Tarrus Riley’s ‘Jamaican Proverbs’ recalls the good old days that he would listen to the proverbs and lessons he learnt from his Grandmother and Grandfather. Pressure Busspipe urges us to keep putting in the ‘Work.’ Morgan Heritage ‘don’t Want Dem’, we don’t want the haters, the badmind people and the fake friends around us. Tony Rebel is not your sugar daddy but he is a ‘Big Man.’ Queen Ifrica breaks the outlook of what Jamaican men love ‘To See’ in women and how this negatively affects the women. A certain ‘Melanin’ beauty has mesmerised Romain Virgo and he can not help but sing praises for her. Silver Star DJ, Gussy might be the same man Alaine sings about when the world is driving her crazy. ‘You Give Me Hope’ and he gives her the drive to keep going through the struggles.
The second riddim from Jordan and the full crew at Chimney Records takes us from St. Andrew parish to Kingston with the Kingston Riddim. Gussy got Alaine feeling in a type of way and she is is dedicating this track to her ‘Man Crush Everyday.’ Bounty Killer might be tough but not when it comes to his his queen and when he is in a love mood, they are ‘Inseparable’. When it comes to cupid, You can ‘Search All You Want’ but you won’t find someone like Christopher Martin. Bounty Killer’s prodigy, Busy Signal questions exactly ‘What Is A Friend?’ In a world full of badmind people haters and manipulators, where is your friendship loyalty. In search of ‘Progress’ this year, Romain Virgo is not stopping until when he has achieved success and a bagga money. Being selfish and individualistic is ‘Heartless’ to Shenseea who urges us to make sure that we take care of our friends and family.
Ever since he took the producer’s helm at Maximum Sound, label boss Frenchie has had a string of great reggae riddims to his credit. The intoxicating backdrop of the 2018 Twilight Riddim this week opens with a a Duane Stepehsnon ‘Play That Song’ Silver Star Sound dubplate before the brand new remix collaboration from a fine vocalist and the man who has the ‘Winning Right Now’ formula, Duane Stephenson and Agent Sasco do it again with the party vibed “Play That Song” remix. The versatile Mr. Vegas has often successfully worked with Frenchie and with “Black Princess” Silver Star Sound dubplate version, they continue that streak of amazing releases. Lukie D, delves into lovers territory lamenting with “Treat You Better,” another Silver Star Sound dubplate version. Christopher Martin’s excursion pon the version, “Bun Fi Bun” remains one of the riddim’s most standout cut. Krysie’s ‘I Did You Wrong’ lets this riddim set and the show as a whole come to an end in a perfect style.